Thursday, February 23, 2017
Sao Paulo photographer Klaus Jürgen E.K. Mahrenholz visited Marilia circa 1955 and took a lot of shots of the young city. Now, Klaus has got a page on Facebook where he posts most of his stuff. Unfortunately, most of his material has deteriorated but some of them photos are still fairly good.
São Bento's snapshot has deteriorated badly, but one can still see how it looked like in 1955.
Rua 9 de Julho looking up to Avenida; Avenida looking East are pretty bad.
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Marilia's high-society decided to throw a big party on 15 November 1952, after the farmers of the region had a bumper cotton crop. They called it the Cotton Ball and it was organized by the local Commercial Association to collect funds in favour of the Professional School for Women.
The President of the Brazilian Labour Party (PTB), Mr. João Goulart patronized the event throught the presence of Carmelia Alves, Francisco Carlos and Marion, from the cast of Radio Nacional from Rio de Janeiro and the dancer Celia de Souza Franco.
Miss Shirley de Barros Baptista won the Cotton Queen Competition and Miss Yoshiko Senga was the runner up. Among those who worked hard for the event are the board of directors of the School for Women plus Mrs Ophelia Ribeiro, her husband Dr. Simão de Andrade Ribeiro and Neusa de Carvalho, who works as a teacher at the School.
at Marilia airport as a VASP flight arrives from Sao Paulo or most likely Rio de Janeiro; from left to right: Ignez Montolar, non-identified lady in the background, Carmelia Alves, known as 'Queen of Baiao', Ophelia Paquete Ribeiro, Radio Club de Marília's Octavio Lignelli in the background and Marion: in the background a VASP's DC-3 plane.
Dr. Simão de Andrade Ribeiro & wife Ophelia Paquete Ribeiro with guests at their home in Marilia.
Dr. Simão de Andrade Ribeiro in his rural property.
Thursday, December 8, 2016
Familia Matuzaki at Fazenda Jacutinga in Pompeia-SP.
Familia Tanaka & employees of their boot factory; Pompeia-SP.
a bazar at Rua Senador Adolfo Miranda, in Pompeia, 22 October 1950.
Grupo Escolar de Pompeia 1957.
I Grupo Escolar de Pompeia 1948.
Pompeia Esporte Club in a 1940s photo taken at the studio of Foto Kosmos owned by Itiro Yassuda; Claudete Oliveira wrote: meu Pai é o 4o. da esq. p'ra dir. em pé;
João de Paula answered: ao olhar com mais atenção, percebo que, agachado, da esq.p'ra dir., o 1o. é o Nenê, que tinha um caminhão Chevrolet gigante nos bons tempos da nossa Pompeia.
Luiz Rezende: meu irmão Ercio Rezende; João de Paula wrote: foto tirada, provavelmente, na inauguração da Sociedade Recreativa de Pompeia, em 13 Dezembro 1953.
1928 Salve 17 de Setembro 1955.
a Radio Difusora de Pompeia crew out on the prowl for news... in the early 1950s.
Coral do 3o. Normal do Ginasio Estadual e Escola Normal - 1957.
Vesperal na Fafi 1959 - posted by Marcio Tosi at Facebook.
Maura Betti Queiroz wrote: reconheço o professor Nivaldo Romão e esposa Neide, mais Hyldeth Nunes.
Euza Marcia Zequini Camossi wrote: olha minha professora Deyse Ribeiro de Carvalho; a do meio, sentada.
desfile civico in 1954.
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Altar boys at Saint Anthony's. The Black young man in the back-row is Ramiro Ribeiro, a relative of my grandmother Albina Rosa de Jesus. Actually, Ramilo's mother Joana married Joaquim Pavão, my grandmother's brother.
Ramiro Ribeiro as an altar-boy at Santo Antonio circa 1957; some some quirk reason Rarmiro was known by us as Ramilo, spelt with an L instead of R...
altar boys leading the procession down Avenida Sampaio Vidal.
Ramiro Ribeiro swinging the chacoal incense holder.
Boys dressed in style to represent the princes of the Church throughout the ages... padre Cesar Luzio Junior's in the back; dona Hilda Grassi is next to the priest plus dona Marta, wearing dark glasses and Amelia Alicatte.
Corbi Braga wrote: this is myself, the 5th boy on the front row from left to right.
Corbi Braga later at the photographer's studio.
Corbi Braga writes at FB: fui dos primeiros príncepes da Paroquia de Santo Antonio. Nós nos vestíamos de príncepes e levávamos uma placa com alguma frase que não me lembro, e em cada lado, uma menina segurando uma fita.
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