Joanne Kovach Jauregui
In the mid 1930s our father became a photography nut. He converted a closet into a darkroom, built his own telescoping enlarger from a set of kitchen storage cans and enhanced a cheap camera (needless to say, in 1935 money was hard to come by). In particular, he used an odd pink enlarger paper for a lot of his photographs of Joanne. I think this was his masterpiece even though it isn't pink.
Millions of mothers to the contrary notwithstanding, I am
cerrtain that Joanne was the prettiest baby ever.
I'm not crazy about this not very successfully restored studio shot,
though - too artificial.
With husband Eddy in Hawaii
With granddaughters, daughter Jewel's twins