This photo came with a picture frame Stephanie Telles of Ballico bought from an antique store in Modesto in the spring of 2014. She has always wondered about the sailor’s identity. It likely was colorized from a black-and-white photo provided by the Navy. She has posted on social media with hopes a family member will recognize him and want it back.
This photo came with a picture frame Stephanie Telles of Ballico bought from an antique store in Modesto in the spring of 2014. She has always wondered about the sailor’s identity. It likely was colorized from a black-and-white photo provided by the Navy. She has posted on social media with hopes a family member will recognize him and want it back. Unknown Stephanie Telles
This photo came with a picture frame Stephanie Telles of Ballico bought from an antique store in Modesto in the spring of 2014. She has always wondered about the sailor’s identity. It likely was colorized from a black-and-white photo provided by the Navy. She has posted on social media with hopes a family member will recognize him and want it back. Unknown Stephanie Telles

A face, a photo, a mystery for Ballico antique collector

April 27, 2015 08:46 PM

UPDATED April 29, 2015 10:24 AM

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