Presumably given to the family of my great grandmother, Olga, this photo postcard was from Marie Greinader, marked with a check and standing on the front right in the photo. The year on the back would indicate this was from 1912-1913 for the school year at the Williams School. I couldn’t quite figure out which school that might mean, but I know there is a Marie Greinader who lived in/around Coalport and Beccaria, PA in Clearfield County which is how she probably knew the family who also lived in Beccaria (they’re also only 3 pages apart on the 1910 census). Marie was 6 years older than great grandma Olga, so in 1913, Marie would’ve been 19 which was definitely old enough to be a teacher back then. The kids in the photo are holding a baseball bat, and are the 8th grade class that year. The class consists of 7 kids – 4 girls and 3 boys. I was able to find someone else who researched Marie on Ancestry.com which filled in more information about her life. It’s neat to be able to find the connection to people who aren’t related by blood in the photos great grandma saved. Neighbors and friends become part of a “found family,” especially as immigrants separated from their biological family by an ocean.