Christopher Langdon Ward, age 13 days.
Chris, age 6 weeks, and I were in Danvers the night men first walked on the moon. July 20, 1969. I looked down at him and realized that his generation might grow up thinking that walking on the moon was routine.
7 months old, Jan 1970.
Chris on his 1st birthday!
Enjoying a corn muffin (in my old wooden high chair)
Chris, age 3, with 1st bean plant. This photo was taken the morning my labor started. Pete wanted to finish the roll of color film, and put black and white film (which he could develop) in the camera to record the birth of the next baby.
It's a girl! Tonya Holyoke Ward, 48 hours old.
November 3, 1972
Tonya, 5 months old
Tonya's very 1st marshmallow! Sept 1973 at the Boore's cabin.
Playing with a Slinky at the Boore's cabin.
Tonya playing "patty cake" in reaction to the picture in the book. Nov 1973.
Sept. 1973 at Boore's cabin
September 1973 in the Sierras
August 1974. I carried this photo in my wallet for years.
1977 Tonya, Chris, and cousin Djuna playing in Grandpa's camper
Sept 26, 1978. Tonya holding garden produce: tomatoes, bell peppers, parsley, and very small potatoes, plus nasturtiums and marigolds.
Dec 1978, visiting Salem with cousins Mojo and Djuna.
Chris and Mojo on the pond in Danvers. Dec 1978
Tonya on the pond by my childhood home on Nichols Street, Danvers. Dec 1978
A tiny photo taken in one of those coin-operated booths
1981? on trail to Peter Grubb Hut
December 1990. Family reunion with my father Nathan P Nichols. Big Basin State Park.