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CDT March 13, 2017 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST HARVEY, La. - After finding what looks to be someone's wedding photographs from the 1960's, a local woman is doing what she can to find whoever they belong to. She found the photos with her daughter while the two were indowntown New Orleans enjoying parades on Mardi Gras. "What I love about this picture is somebody is hosting back there," said Yesenia Lockhart, while describing one of the photographs. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. For Lockhart they also hold a thousand memories. "My dad documented my life in pictures," she said smiling. "He had a Polaroid camera and this reminded me of that." So when Lockhart and her daughter, Dania Ernestine, spotted some photos on the ground near the Rouses in the CBD, they picked up the Polaroids and saw they told someone's story. "They were literally laying there, just waiting for me to walk up to them," she said. The women said they know the photos are special to someone. "I thought they were cool," said Ernestine.

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