I’ve been collecting old family photos and my Aunt Beth was kind enough to bestow this gem (up there) upon me. I don’t have a date for it but the woman who is “winking” is my Great Aunt Dot. She was my mom’s dad’s sister. I hope she doesn’t mind that I touched her up a bit… She died when I was small but I remember being at her house once. She was married to a man named William who holds his place in the Family History Archives as The Man Who Struck Out Babe Ruth in his younger years playing in one of those not-quite-professional traveling baseball leagues as a pitcher. After a little research I’m thinking it was before Babe got discovered, possibly when he was playing for St. Mary’s Industrial School (circa 1911) in Maryland and before his playing for the Philadelphia Athletics starting in 1914. I believe a cousin (Aunt Beth’s son) has custody of “the baseball” involved in the event.
Just thought I’d share that with ya.