On Sunday, January 21, 1945, this group of friends got together for some fun on a snowy day. They are sticking out their thumbs in the universal hitchhikers sign in jest, as a friend takes the picture. They were at the Mirota farm in Whitehouse Station, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. From left: Martha Vladich, Sophie Radomski, Matilda Vladich, Irene Radomski, Ann Kempf, and Mary Mirota.
In this picture, the photographer from the other shot has switched with another gal, so she could also be seen. Written on the back: “Top row: Martha Vladich, Junior Fletcher, Ann Kempf. Bottom: Matilda Vladich and the Radomski twins.”
Wordless Wednesday is a blogging prompt suggested by Geneabloggers. Hope you are enjoying a fun Wednesday. Stay warm!
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