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  • Tags: Maurine Mohr Holt

285 Christian Mohr family 1890s Maurine Holt.jpg
Christian Mohr and his wife Mary moved from El Paso, Illinois to El Paso, Kansas in the early 1880s.

Back row: Christian "Chris" Mohr, Mary (Horn) Mohr, Katherine "Katie" (Mohr) Pond, and Albertus "Bert or Bertie" Mohr.

Front row: Evangelineā€¦

29 Bridge with person in coveralls postcard photo 1908 Maurine Holt.jpg
A postcard photo of the bridge over the Arkansas River near Derby, Kansas. A boy in coveralls is standing on the bridge.

35 Porch family and neighbor postcard photo 6 March 1908 Maurine Holt.jpg
Left to right:

Neighbor woman and her son, Angie Mohr McBee and and her son, Merle Mohr, Harold Mohr, Mary Mohr, and Blanche Mohr

Back of the postcard

Left side:

Well Ma, how are you. I want you and Pa to come and see us now you can makeā€¦

158 Chris and Mayme Mohr and Angie and Charlie McBee 1901 Maurine Holt.jpg
Chris and Angie were siblings and Angie's name was actually Evangeline.

Back row:
Chris Mohr and his wife Mayme

Front row:
Angie Mohr McBee with her husband

273 Chris and Mayme Mohr 1900 Maurine Holt.jpg
Chris Mohr and Mayme Schlender married on January 3, 1900 at high noon in Moundridge, Kansas and made their home in Derby, Kansas.

27 Glen, Merle, and Harold Mohr with horse postcard photo 1910 Maurine Holt.jpg
Glen, Merle, and Harold Mohr with their horse around 1910.

31 Child on bike (Glen Mohr) on Mohr farm postcard photo 1913 Maurine Holt.jpg
Glen Mohr riding his bicycle on the Mohr farm around 1913.

33 Mother horse and colt Harold Glen Merle Mohr postcard photo  1913 Maurine Holt.jpg
Glen, Merle, and Harold Mohr wth their horse and her colt on the Mohr farm around 1913.

37 Mohr family and corn husker on farm postcard photo 1913 Maurine Holt.jpg
The Mohr family in 1913 with their cornhusker.

From left to right: Chris Mohr, Merle Mohr, Harold Mohr, Glen Mohr, unknown man, and Mayme Mohr.

39 Three boys, 3 bikes, and dog on Mohr Farm postcard photo 1913 Maurine Holt.jpg
Glen, Merle, and Harold Mohr with their dog and bikes around 1913.

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