The Springsteen family
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Man on the left is Adam Alexander Springsteen. Lady in white was a "lady from Buffalo". Baby is Dorothy Springsteen (later "Doll" Cassidy). Girl with ribbon in her hair is Gladys Springsteen, (later Gladys Vivian). Girl in the hat is not identified. Woman in the centre is Jeanette Springsteen nee Ferrier. Man on the right is Robert Springsteen, (Adam's brother). The lady in the dark sweater is Susan Springsteen (wife of Robert, first husband Addley, nee Tebo). The boy is unidentified but possibly travelling with "The lady from Buffalo". The photograph was taken in front of Adam Springsteen's home in Milton around 1910. The house burned down sometime in the 1950s or 60s.
Date of Original
c.1910
Subject(s)
Local identifier
4797
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.51681 Longitude: -79.88294
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Email:info@miltonhistoricalsociety.ca
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16 James St.,

Milton, Ontario,

L9T 2P4.

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The Springsteen family


Man on the left is Adam Alexander Springsteen. Lady in white was a "lady from Buffalo". Baby is Dorothy Springsteen (later "Doll" Cassidy). Girl with ribbon in her hair is Gladys Springsteen, (later Gladys Vivian). Girl in the hat is not identified. Woman in the centre is Jeanette Springsteen nee Ferrier. Man on the right is Robert Springsteen, (Adam's brother). The lady in the dark sweater is Susan Springsteen (wife of Robert, first husband Addley, nee Tebo). The boy is unidentified but possibly travelling with "The lady from Buffalo". The photograph was taken in front of Adam Springsteen's home in Milton around 1910. The house burned down sometime in the 1950s or 60s.