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1: The Roblee Family | "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow."

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3: Melvin Roblee Nov 27, 1837 - Mar 28, 1911 | Josephine Large Aug, 1852 - ? | 2

4: Clayton Large Roblee Sept 19, 1889 - Dec 1967 | 3 | Clayton and his new car. | (right) Clayton Roblee, 1905, age 16

5: Florence Mulgrew 1898 - Mar 1933 | 4 | Florence and Fan

6: 5 | (above) Florence Mulgrew, age 16 or 17, in 1914. She had come to live with her brother John, the ball player. They lived on N. 11th St, a few doors south of Burleigh, where these photos were taken.

7: 6 | Florence Mulgrew, second from right.

8: 7 | August, 1920. Florence is on the left. | Wedding day for Clayton and Florence. The priest was Uncle Eddy Mulgrew.

9: 8 | 1918, Florence and baby June Mulgrew.

10: 9 | (below) Clayton and Florence on the left – at 3224 N. Fratny St.

11: A Mulgrew in Scranton, PA | Clayton Roblee, May26, 1941

12: 11 | Clayton Roblee, 2nd from left in middle row. He was the smallest guy on team. He was too small for lineman but he could run fast so he was the half back. 1908 Mankato High School "Duck Roblee" "The Pony Half Back”

13: 12 | Clayton Roblee class of 1908, chemistry class, Mankato High School. He is 5th from left (under the light)

14: 13 | "1939: I was 10 yrs old, Ted 14 . My Dad was 49 and in top form as sales manager of a bill board co. Hitler was about to loose his Wehrmacht on an impotent and ignorant Europe while the U.S. Army probably numbered no more than 100,000 men. FDR was still struggling with the depression. His efforts to jump-start the economy with 'wake work' programs had failed. Unemployment figures were higher than ever." [more on next page]

15: 14 | (below) Clayton Roblee, Harry Frank Mac, Kelly (cousins), Uncle Johnny Jerry, Ted 1939 | [cont.] "It was an insular and innocent America, oblivious to a host of evils about to be thrust upon her. I could not have understood these large elements shaping our family life then, but looking back I can better appreciate the forces my Dad had to face. These were happy years for a small boy but not what could be called easy ones for anybody." [written by Jerry Roblee] | (left) Aunt Fan Frank, unknown, unknown, Helen Roblee, Aunt Anna

16: 15 | Bob Roblee

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18: 17 | Harry and Fan Frank, Clayton and Ted

19: "To Jerry Roblee, from ‘Aunt Anna’ Feb 6th 1938” | (above) Ted and Jerry, possibly in June 1936, Indian Reservation – Shawno Wisconsin, Jerry 6 yrs, Ted 11 yrs (right) "Aunt Anna" and Jerry, July 23, 1934 (Aunt Anna was their housekeeper)

20: Florence, July 1934 or '35 Lake Winnebago, WI

21: 20 | Ted and Jerry at Lake Winnebago, 1934 | Jerry at Lake Winnebago, July 1934 | Clayton, Ted, Jerry and Florence Lake Winnebago, 1934 or '35

22: 21 | Jerry, 8 years old, Fond Du Lac, WI August 15, 1937

23: 22 | Jerry Roblee, 6 months old, June 1930 | Jerry, 15 months old | Jerry at five years of age, at Holton and Auer Ave

24: 23 | Jerry at 5 years old (picture was framed in souvenir frame on right)

25: 24 | Jerry Roblee on the extreme right (Teacher’s Pet) second row from top

26: 25 | Jerry Roblee is the first boy from the left on the second row from the top. He is 12 years old.

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28: Jerry Roblee, June 1939 First Communion Pictures 10 yrs old, 4th grade | 27

29: 28 | (below) November 1947 or January 1948. High School Graduation. "That was my first suit, bought for this picture. I was working in Schustus Dept. Store mailroom at the time."

30: 29 | Jerry Roblee and Dave Voganitz

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32: 31 | (above, below left) 1948 | Robert (bob) Roblee

33: 32 | 1948, Jerry's graduation. | June 1953

34: 33 | Mike Thelen (?)

35: 34 | "We slept here for for a night en route." | (above) Dave Voganitz (below) John Brunhart

36: 35 | "Dave looking to heavens, 'Man of Destiny.'" | 1949, Jerry and Dave, "I chopped those blocks 2 hrs each day." | Dave, John, Paul and Jerry

37: 36 | "Typical example of mountain terrain."

38: 37 | (above) "And you get 68.50 per week for doing that?!" (below left and right) Cape Cod, 1953

39: 38 | July, 1950

40: 39 | 1949

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42: 41 | 1949

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45: Dave Voganitz, 1954 | Jerry in Naples, 1953

47: 46 | John Brunhart, May 31, 1952, Korea

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49: Rome, Italy

50: 49 | Pope Pius XII

51: 50 | (below) Vatican City

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53: 52 | Roman Forum

54: 53 | "Cicero and Brutus, or what-ever you wish,” on top of Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome, 53 | taken outside of the Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome, 1953

55: 54 | Jerry Roblee, September 1953

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57: 56 | June 1959, Kiddie Land Jerry and Sue, 2 yrs old

58: 57 | Mary, Jerry, Sue

59: 58 | Sue 5, Mary 6, Jerry 32, Jim 4 at Wisconsin Dells, 1962 (Emily Roblee's favorite picture of her husband)

60: 59 | Sue 3, Mary 4, Jim 2, Karen 6 mo., Jerry 31, 1960

61: Mary 5 yrs, April 1961 | Mary 7, Sue 6, Karen 3, Jim 5, 1963

62: 61 | Mary 4, Sue 3, Jim 2, Karen 6 mo., 1960

64: “I’m seated 1st on the right, a concentration of the best Mortgage talent in the Midwest. Dec 1962” | "May 1961 Everyone in this picture was fired in a year or two except me, Loyal (Loyal La Plant) and the guy to Loyal’s right. Also Bob Ducat and Gene Barden, 1st on the left.”

65: 64 | 3rd from the left, one row down from the top | 5th head from right end, 2nd row from top

66: 65 | November, 1965 | (above, left) Christmas, 1972

67: (above) Mary 18, Jim 16, Sue 17, Kevin 11, Karen 14, 1974 | (above) May, 1980

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69: 68 | Emily and Jerry's 25th wedding anniversary, 1985

70: 69 | (above) August 1981, Kevin's High School Graduation (right) Kevin and Jerry at Jim's wedding, 1986

71: 70 | August 1981, Kevin's graduation

72: 71 | December, 1984

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75: July 4, 1994 | Visit to the Mayflower and Plymouth, MA, July 5, 2003

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77: 76 | (above right) "10/5/94, On the route taken by Major John Pitcarn with 800 Brittish Troops, between Livington and Concord" (bottom left) Jerry, 2007

78: 77 | Jerry and Ted | Ted, Robert, and Jerry

79: 78 | Katherine and Curt's wedding, 2007 | Roblee Jamboree, summer 2007

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