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1905 fotografierte Albert Hanson seine Abschlussklasse an der Menominie Highschool. Nicht wie sie waren, sondern was sie glaubten, hofften, oder fürchteten in den kommenden Jahrzehnten zu werden.
Dorothy M. Jesse was going to be a mathematician, and Fred Quilling a pharmacist. Alice M. Tilleson would be a prominent socialite, whose “eccentric ideas with reference to danger, force her to cling to that old fashioned vehicle, the automobile, instead of the new wheel-less aerial motor car.” William C. Klatt, a future physician, would operate on disembodied heads. And Hanson himself was destined for the hobo’s life.