I missed that; but I think the photo also counts as a Family Treasure, so I'll post it today.
This is a picture of my great-grandparents, Phillip and Pearl Pauline (Bailey) Snyder's first home, at 531 W. Lima Street, Findlay, Ohio. The inscription on the back said that the picture was probably taken in 1913, and that "Dad" (Phillip Snyder) bought the home (cash) on marriage March 8, 1909. The people in the picture are identified as "mother" (Pearl Pauline Bailey Snyder), seated on the porch railing. In this photo she is about 22 years old. Her daughter Christina (approx 1 year old) is seated in a small chair on the lawn below her, and the boy standing, all in white, is her son Clarence (approx. 3 years old). Clarence Snyder is my grandfather.
When I last visited my parents I took a picture of the photo in its cardboard frame, as I loved the picture of my grandfather as a child, and the picture of my great-grand-mother who I'd never seen before. Last week, after posting the Ancestor Highlight about my great-grand-aunt, Myrtle Bailey, who was a Missionary to China, I "met", through Facebook, my Mom's cousin and her daughter* who are also doing family history research into Myrtle and other family members. It has been so great to meet them! The child Christina, in the photo, is my Mom's cousin's mother. So I'm sharing this Family Treasure for them also.
*I've promised my parents and brothers that I'll not mention them by name (nor any of their kids) in my blog. I've not asked my newly found relatives if they have the same security concerns as my brothers and parents, but decided to play it safe and accord them the same courtesy of not naming anyone living.