Stufflebean-Baker Vintage Photo Plus a Mystery Picture

NOTE: The last RootsTech Day review will post tomorrow as I will be traveling later in the day and won’t have internet access.

I need some reader input today.

Stufflebean-Baker Photo

This is a picture we inherited from my father-in-law, Edward Stufflebean. He knew everyone in the picture and identified the young girl at the top as Mildred Baker, the other two girls as Irene and Lucille Baker and the little boy as his uncle, Glenn Stufflebean. Nolan was born on 10 August 1911. Mildred, Irene and Lucille were born in 1909, 1911 and 1912 so this photo looks to have been taken about 1917 or 1918.

Now take a look at this little girl. She is an unknown, only because I didn’t see the photo in time to ask Ed who she was.

Unknown Little Girl

Ed owned multiple photos of the Bakers as little girls. They were his first cousins, as their mother Myrtle was his father’s sister. I think this is a Baker child. It definitely isn’t Mildred. It could be Lucille, but I think she looks most like Irene Baker, the youngest girl in the photo above.

Opinions, anyone? Please leave your comments. Thanks!

2 thoughts on “Stufflebean-Baker Vintage Photo Plus a Mystery Picture”

  1. That’s a tough one. I feel like there’s a bit of similarity in the nose, but the eyes seem different to me (although it’s hard to judge considering the age difference and growth).

    Stufflebean is such an usual name. My great-grandmother was briefly married to a Willard Stufflebeam in 1926 in Oklahoma.

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