I am certain Royal Rosamond took these pictures of Eutropia Maude Kelly-Wieneke. One of Christine’s first works was titled ‘Muffy’. This is Eutropia’s granddaughter with her dog, Muffy. This is a universal image, especially to girls who wear glasses. This one of Rosamond’s finest.
The four Presco children met this little girl at least once. Her name escapes me. I believe she is Harold Kelly’s daughter. Her mother’s name is at the tip of my tongue. My grandfather could have taken the photos of her daughters. They are very professional, and thus I suspect a photographer for ‘Out West’ magazine took them. I include the images of Philip Boileu’s beautiful women. He was the son of Susan Benton, and nephew of Jessie Benton. Both women held salons in Paris and San Francisco. On the wall in back of Christine is her painting titled ‘Rosemary Circa 1950’. Rosamond used herself as…
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