Edwin "Ned" Paintin & Clifford Koser fish together, 1900s-1910s

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Young boys (left to right) Edwin "Ned" Paintin and Clifford Koser fish together near the mills. They sit on large rocks near a stone archway, their fishing poles cast into the calm water flowing underneath. Clifford wears a hat; Ned's hat sits behind him next to a metal bucket. Both boys wear shirts with rolled up sleeves; Ned is barefoot and has the legs of his pants rolled up, as well.

Edwin "Ned" Paintin was born to John and Frances (Robinson) Paintin. He married Ruth Davis, the daughter of Otis and Wilhelmina (Shumacher) Davis, and the couple had two children: Tom and John. Edwin died in 1954 (Lovetinsky et al., p. 121).

Clifford Koser was born to Edward and Harriet (Paintin) Koser on March 7, 1899. He married Inez Snavely, the daughter of Raymond and Mabel (Myers) Snavely, on October 22, 1929. They had three children: Edward [b. 1937], Roy [b. 1940], and Jean [b. 1943] (Lovetinsky et al., p. 110).

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Coralville Public Library. Coralville Digital History Library.

Date

1900s-1910s

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Educational use only, no other permissions given.

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Coralville, Iowa

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“Edwin "Ned" Paintin & Clifford Koser fish together, 1900s-1910s,” Coralville Digital History Library, accessed September 22, 2021, https://coralvilledigitalhistory.omeka.net/items/show/167.

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