Childhood in Cramahe
Infants
Many aspects of childhood in Cramahe at the turn of the 20th century would be unrecognizable to children today. It was a life of no smart phones, no computers and no tv. Your friends came from next door or down the street. Travel was generally limited to the immediate area. Life was fairly stress free.
Two babies in a carriage at Griffis’ summer home
Two babies in a carriage at Griffis’ summer home Details
A young couple and baby at Griffis' summer home
A young couple and baby at Griffis' summer home Details
Father and child on the porch of the Griffis' summer house
Father and child on the porch of the Griffis' summer house Details
Mother and child resting on a porch
Mother and child resting on a porch Details
Griffis family photo of a woman and baby standing at a front door
Griffis family photo of a woman and baby standing at a front door Details
Griffis family photo of mother and baby in front of a window
Griffis family photo of mother and baby in front of a window Details
Frank Griffis and child
Frank Griffis and child Details
Griffis family photo of a mother, a child, and baby on a porch
Griffis family photo of a mother, a child, and baby on a porch Details
Baby in a wicker carriage on the Griffis? house porch
Baby in a wicker carriage on the Griffis? house porch Details
Frank Griffis with ?his children
Frank Griffis with ?his children Details
John Wolfraim
John Wolfraim Details
Griffis family portrait of mother and child
Griffis family portrait of mother and child Details
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