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forestmaiden71
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Help reading/translating

Postby forestmaiden71 » 07 Aug 2015, 20:23

Hello! I am looking for any help reading/translating the back of this photo. Sadly I don't have any reference points for names - as all I know is what is written on the front by my grandmother (cousins).

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Help reading/translating

Postby D'errico » 09 Aug 2015, 03:21

I am totally new here but, I was interested in what this might say. So here is my attempt. I typed it exactly how I saw it, so if someone could double check. There is probably a couple of words I couldn't make out so it might take on another meaning. At least we can get the gist. But I would like to know the closing. I'm sure I screwed that up.
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Re: Help reading/translating

Postby PippoM » 10 Aug 2015, 09:46

What D'Errico could not read is "Affe_si" ("affettuosi") and "affe_mo" ("affezionatissimo"), that I would translate as "loving" in both cases.
The signature is "Peppino", nickname for Giuseppe
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Re: Help reading/translating

Postby forestmaiden71 » 08 Sep 2015, 18:16

Thanks for your help!


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