Joseph Cahalan's Photographs, Part 5: 

Dr. James Cahalan & the family dog

These images are from a collection of loose photographs and memorabilia, kept in a cardboard box by my grandfather, Joseph Cahalan, MD. 

Shown is Dr. James Cahalan, who was well-known locally for his medical practice. Among these pictures is one widely reprinted in books and news stories about Wyandotte and Dr. James career.

 

Also shown is a group of photographs of the Cahalan family dog, which my grandfather, told me was named Jack.  Jack is shown in the back yard of 100 Orange Street.

Numbered in the order in which they were scanned--a indicates the face, or obverse, of the photo, and b indicates its reverse (if information was to be found there)--this group includes several photographs which have been identified; that information is included in the captions to the images. The originals were first grouped and scanned on February 3rd, 2007, and are filed under that date. They have been re-scanned at a higher definition for this upload.

©2019 by Gregory Loselle