Sibling Saturday: Hummel Sisters 1943

1943

(left to right) Betty Hummel, 17 and Mary Hummel, 13

 

These two were the only girls out of a family of seven. On the back of the picture it says “They said just a couple of blonde’s to look at.” Despite the age difference, these two got a long very well. My grandmother always talked about her older sister very fondly. Later, when Betty moved out of state, my grandmother would make sure to visit often as well.

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