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Can you name any of the people?
This is a picture of my Mother, Theresse C. Koonz (Mrs. Joseph H. Koonz, Sr.)

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painting class at the Spitzer Center on Ashland Street.

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My Mother died on September 3, 1982. After my Father died, she decided to go to painting class, and as you can see from this picture, became a very accomplished artist. The picture on the right hung in the office of Dr. Martien A. Mulder for many years until he retired. Mary G. Dailey was a close friend of our families from the time we moved to North Adams in November of 1946. Isn't it providential that on today, the day Mary G. passed away, that her good friend "Tessie" had her picture and her paintings on the internet for all of her children, grandchildren and friends to see on their computers. Thank you for publishing it.


Can you name any of the people?
Theresse C. Koonz

Can you name the location?
Adams

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Theresse C. Koonz (my mother)won 3rd prize at the Adams Art assoc. contest. She started late in life at the Senior center to take art lessons, born 1910 died 1982. These painting hang here in our St. agnes rectory, Dalton, Ma. 38 years ago, may 26, 1963 Randy took pictures of my ordination and published a full page in the Transcript. He gave me and my parents a complete photo album of my ordinationand First mass. Fr. John A. Koonz Great web page...



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The Koonz family lived accross the street from me in the late 40's. It brought back memories to see Mrs. Koonz on this web site.


Can you name any of the people?
Mrs Joseph Koonz Sr

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It is rather amusing to find out, after 60 years, what Mrs Koonz's first name was (Theresse). To us kids in the neighborhood she was 'Mrs Koonz', that absolutely wonderful woman with "the patience of Job" for putting up with the "Jackson St. crew of kids". She was always there for us as well as her own children. Great lady.


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Images from the Randy Trabold Photograph Collection donated to the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts by Ida Trabold. Original photos are held in the collection of the Eugene Freel Library, MCLA. All rights including publishing rights, reserved by MCLA.