Lupe Patton wasn’t identified in online records, as there could be several possibilities, and the same for her aunt and uncle Antonio and Lupe Rodriguez. But it’s a great photo, made into this Real Photo Postcard, of a beautiful girl in 1923, with a bobbed haircut, wearing a drop-waist dress with a beaded design on the bodice. I like the partial glimpse of the rocking chair behind her. She writes:
“Phoenix, Ariz. Nov. 30, 1923. Recuerdo a mis tios Antonio y Lupe Rodriguez y familia. Su Sobrina, Lupe Patton.”
Divided back, Real Photo Postcard, unused with writing. Dated November 30, 1923. AZO stamp box.