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Typical extended middle-class U.S. family from Indiana of Danish/German extraction. The woman in the lavender print dress is the 87-year-old great grandmother; her daughter, a 67-year-old grandmother, is next to her. They are surrounded by the third and fourth generations, in colors by family. The man and woman in black on the far right are the 66-year-old grandfather and second wife.


Familia extensa típica: la señora con vestido lila (87 años) es la bisabuela, y la señora a su lado (67 años) es la abuela. Están rodeadas por la tercera y cuarta generación, agrupados por familia nuclear (un colour para cada una). El hombre vestido de negro (66 años, derecha) es el abuelo junto a su segunda esposa.

Photo by Derek Jensen ( Tysto), 2005-June-18

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