|Her Parents (and big brother)|
A handsome family, wouldn’t you agree? Grandma Alfaretta Neff (“Alfie”) and Grandpa Arta McLean Seely (“Artie,” or “Art”) married May 3, 1899, in the Salt Lake Temple.
In 1936, Grandpa wrote a two-page autobiography for the High Council of the Box Elder Stake, of which he was a member until his death 17 May 1945. I have it by the courtesy of my cousin Larry Richman, who has published it in his website RichmanFamily.org.
Separately, these portraits have been represented as wedding pictures; unless this image is some sort of artful pre-Photoshop composite, though, the presence of young Uncle Elwyn (born 1900) would suggest that they were taken just a bit later. As we understand it,
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