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Image: Tom and Mary Levitzke Family Collage

These portraits were taken at different times, which you can see from the fashions worn. Back row: Jack, Gus, Auby, Stanley. Middle: Ernie, Tom. Front: Ivy, Flo, Mary, Richie.

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