Mattson, Andrew H. and Anna (Nelson) 
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transpixel Andrew and Anna Mattson (sitting, front left) and their children. In 1900, Annie was listed as having six living children. Clara is third from left in the front row. Based on comparison with a picture postcard of "Mrs. C. Olson", the woman standing second from left is Mary. Based on the 1900 census, the two men standing are Andrew and Annie's sons, Andrew and Alfred. The youngest son must be Victor, also based on the 1900 census. Victor is known from census data and his WWI draft registration card to have lived with his sister Mary in Washington State. Bob Winberg's address book from 1930-1940 contains addresses all on one page for 1) Mrs. Bjorling (Mary Mattson; her second husband was Eric Bjorling) of Everett, Washington, 2) Victor Mattson, of Monroe Washington, and 3) a Mrs. Thomas Oline, of Tacoma, Washington, who is found listed along with Emily Mattson as the parents of Lawrence Robert Oline, born to them in King County, Washington. The Olines are found in the 1930 census of Tacoma at the same address listed in Bob Winberg's address book. So the woman in back second from right was Emily. That accounts for all six living children. Since Victor was born in 1890, the picture appears to date from around 1900. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel This shows the back of the photograph, annotated with the location of the Alfred Mattson farm. Since the 1880 census for Andrew and the 1910 census for Alfred show the same neighbors in Springvale Township, and R. 6 is in Springvale Township, the original Andrew Mattson farm must have been on R.6 in Section 4 of Springvale Township. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel Clara Mattson Winberg, sometime prior to 1905. The picture contains a stamp in the lower right corner: "Thos. Oline, Dalbo, Minn," and the family of Thomas Oline and Emily (Mattson) Oline had moved to Washington State by 1905.  transpixel
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transpixel This picture is annotated on back as "Mrs. C. Olson, Monroe, Wash.", so it is likely Mary Mattson, and a comparison with the early Mattson family photograph is favorable. The caption tells us that Mary and her husband Charles Olson very likely moved to Monroe, Washington together, before he died and she remarried to Eric Bjorling. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel This picture, annotated on the back as "Edith Olson" to "Uncle Charley and Aunt Clara", is the daughter of Charles and Mary (Mattson) Olson. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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Andrew and Anna Mattson (sitting, front left) and their children. In 1900, Annie was listed as having six living children. Clara is third from left in the front row. Based on comparison with a picture postcard of "Mrs. C. Olson", the woman standing second from left is Mary. Based on the 1900 census, the two men standing are Andrew and Annie's sons, Andrew and Alfred. The youngest son must be Victor, also based on the 1900 census. Victor is known from census data and his WWI draft registration card to have lived with his sister Mary in Washington State. Bob Winberg's address book from 1930-1940 contains addresses all on one page for 1) Mrs. Bjorling (Mary Mattson; her second husband was Eric Bjorling) of Everett, Washington, 2) Victor Mattson, of Monroe Washington, and 3) a Mrs. Thomas Oline, of Tacoma, Washington, who is found listed along with Emily Mattson as the parents of Lawrence Robert Oline, born to them in King County, Washington. The Olines are found in the 1930 census of Tacoma at the same address listed in Bob Winberg's address book. So the woman in back second from right was Emily. That accounts for all six living children. Since Victor was born in 1890, the picture appears to date from around 1900. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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This shows the back of the photograph, annotated with the location of the Alfred Mattson farm. Since the 1880 census for Andrew and the 1910 census for Alfred show the same neighbors in Springvale Township, and R. 6 is in Springvale Township, the original Andrew Mattson farm must have been on R.6 in Section 4 of Springvale Township. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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Clara Mattson Winberg, sometime prior to 1905. The picture contains a stamp in the lower right corner: "Thos. Oline, Dalbo, Minn," and the family of Thomas Oline and Emily (Mattson) Oline had moved to Washington State by 1905.
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This picture is annotated on back as "Mrs. C. Olson, Monroe, Wash.", so it is likely Mary Mattson, and a comparison with the early Mattson family photograph is favorable. The caption tells us that Mary and her husband Charles Olson very likely moved to Monroe, Washington together, before he died and she remarried to Eric Bjorling. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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This picture, annotated on the back as "Edith Olson" to "Uncle Charley and Aunt Clara", is the daughter of Charles and Mary (Mattson) Olson. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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transpixel Comparing the carpeting and floorwork in this picture with the previous one, we see they are the same. We also see that the oldest daughter looks very much like Edith, and the woman on the left looks like the two previous pictures of Mary. So this is the family of Charles Olson and Mary (Mattson) Olson, around 1915. The children (oldest to youngest) are Edith, Carl and Robert. transpixel
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transpixel Charles Olson, based on the previous photograph. transpixel
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transpixel This picture and the next one were taken at the same time, judging by Bob Winberg's clothes.  One has "Two Bobs" on the back.  The other has "Me and Carl Boyling, Aunty's step-son".  These people would be Robert Olson, son of Bob Winberg's Aunt Mary (married first to Charley Olson, then to Eric Bjorling), and Carl Bjorling, a son of her second husband by a previous marriage. Probably 1934. Bob Winberg pulled into Bremerton, WA on the USS Maryland that year, and the Bjorlings were living in Everett, WA in 1930. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel This picture and the previous one were taken at the same time, judging by Bob Winberg's clothes.  One has "Two Bobs" on the back.  The other has "Me and Carl Boyling, Aunty's step-son".  These people would be Robert Olson, son of Bob Winberg's Aunt Mary (married first to Charley Olson, then to Eric Bjorling), and Carl Bjorling, a son of her second husband by a previous marriage. Probably 1934. Bob Winberg pulled into Bremerton, WA on the USS Maryland that year, and the Bjorlings were living in Everett, WA in 1930. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel Thomas Oline and his wife Emily (Mattson) Oline on the right, and their daughter Myrtle with her husband Hans. The picture was probably taken in Washington State. Census information shows the Olines had a daughter Myrtle who married one Hans Jensen. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel Victor moved out to Washington State, and worked as a plumber in the town of Monroe, as shown on his draft registration card. He was living with his sister Mary in Monroe in 1920. He was still in Monroe for the 1930 census, with a wife and two children, and working as a plumber. He was also listed in Monroe in Bob Winberg's address book, used between 1930 and 1940. Victor's son, also named Victor, died in Monroe in 2003. transpixel
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Comparing the carpeting and floorwork in this picture with the previous one, we see they are the same. We also see that the oldest daughter looks very much like Edith, and the woman on the left looks like the two previous pictures of Mary. So this is the family of Charles Olson and Mary (Mattson) Olson, around 1915. The children (oldest to youngest) are Edith, Carl and Robert.
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Charles Olson, based on the previous photograph.
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This picture and the next one were taken at the same time, judging by Bob Winberg's clothes. One has "Two Bobs" on the back. The other has "Me and Carl Boyling, Aunty's step-son". These people would be Robert Olson, son of Bob Winberg's Aunt Mary (married first to Charley Olson, then to Eric Bjorling), and Carl Bjorling, a son of her second husband by a previous marriage. Probably 1934. Bob Winberg pulled into Bremerton, WA on the USS Maryland that year, and the Bjorlings were living in Everett, WA in 1930. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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This picture and the previous one were taken at the same time, judging by Bob Winberg's clothes. One has "Two Bobs" on the back. The other has "Me and Carl Boyling, Aunty's step-son". These people would be Robert Olson, son of Bob Winberg's Aunt Mary (married first to Charley Olson, then to Eric Bjorling), and Carl Bjorling, a son of her second husband by a previous marriage. Probably 1934. Bob Winberg pulled into Bremerton, WA on the USS Maryland that year, and the Bjorlings were living in Everett, WA in 1930. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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Thomas Oline and his wife Emily (Mattson) Oline on the right, and their daughter Myrtle with her husband Hans. The picture was probably taken in Washington State. Census information shows the Olines had a daughter Myrtle who married one Hans Jensen. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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Victor moved out to Washington State, and worked as a plumber in the town of Monroe, as shown on his draft registration card. He was living with his sister Mary in Monroe in 1920. He was still in Monroe for the 1930 census, with a wife and two children, and working as a plumber. He was also listed in Monroe in Bob Winberg's address book, used between 1930 and 1940. Victor's son, also named Victor, died in Monroe in 2003.
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