The pavilion with 70 DeCarlo descendants eating themselves sick. A longstanding family tradition.
The reunion cake, with a picture of my grandparents, in 1916.
Historical documents of various kinds. Including my grandmother described as "a winsome lass."
"All The Gingers" lined up! Who knew there were so many? This was the color of my dad's hair when he was a boy. Later it became a spectacular strawberry blond.
Cousins lined up by age, oldest to youngest. My brother Dean is the tallest one, behind my cousin Kathy. He is also the LAST male DeCarlo. It seems the family gave birth to mostly girls.
Ah, yes, the roast suckling pig, the centerpiece of any good Italian meal!