These shots are from a box of slides stamped March 1963. I assume they are scenes from her life with the man she was briefly married to, Ted Rose, but I don't know much at all about that period in her life. These slides are in poor condition and I have not done much to restore them.
I love the period furniture (actually, it looks like late 1950s design to me, but I'm not an expert):
Apparently Ted was very proud of his car, since there are a number of pictures of it. It was a pretty cool car:
There's a slide that appears to show some guys sitting around a kitchen table, maybe for a poker night.
The box of slides had an address label made out in my mother's printing: Susan Rose, 12009 33rd NE, Seattle 55, Washington. I'm not sure what the significance of the "55" was.
Does this picture show that address?