Thu, 15 Jul 1999 14:40:47 -0700
email@example.com (Jean Murray)
My apologies for taking so long to respond to your letter!
|I am sending two attachments with this
a picture of a
group taken in SF around 1911-12. Many of them are Evanikoff family, and
it is one of my very favorite photos. The young boy, seated on the ground
at left, is my father, and he is holding what appears to be a Bible. The
other two boys are holding "ENGLISH FOR NEW AMERICANS".
The second attachment is a page sent to me by my cousin, John
Click on Pictures to Enlarge
Unfortunately, I could not open the Vereschagin art photos. I tried to
locate them on other sites but was unsuccessful. Incidentally, I spoke to
my cousin, Ann Vereschagin, a couple of days ago regarding some family
history questions, and she told me that she knows the Conovaloff's very
well and in fact, I believe she said that she was related to them.
I hope you are going strong on the map again! I really
I will later on send you a few more photos of my grandparents
One more question: have you ever researched and found info on
Can anyone help Jean identify these pictures taken by her grandfather in about August 1970, in Pitigorsk, Russia?
|Left to Right:
Date of origin: Approximately 1903/1904
| This photo ... was taken in May,
Elizavetopol. I am only sure about two people and am guessing at
a couple. I am hoping that a relative in SF to whom I have sent
photo might be able to identify them with certainty.
Seated, L/R: Nikolai Pavlovich Evanikoff (?), Great Grandmother Evanikoff whose name I do not know, Malina Pavlovna Evanikoff (married name not known), unidentified child, unidentified female.
Standing, L/R: Sasha Nikolaievna Evanikoff (?) , unidentified female, unidentified female, Nikolai Nikolaievich Evanikoff (?).
[But handwritten on the back-- "To all our dear relatives in America, from the Mikhailov family. City of Elisavetopol, May 1916." -- is evidence that this is NOT the Evanikoff family!]
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