Pictures Part Two

EVA CASSIDY: FAMILY PICTURES, ETC

Eva at two
EVA IN 1965: Eva as a sweet toddler, probably age two. Her mother, Barbara Cassidy, is carrying baby Dan.




Cousins
EVA IN 1966: Eva at age three, with her sister and cousins. From left to right: Margret Cassidy, Laura Bligh, Carol Bligh, and Eva Cassidy.


Margret and Eva
Margret and Eva around 1966, at the Bligh house in Virginia


Eva in 1972
Eva at age nine. When Eva’s family moved to Bowie, Maryland in 1972, they were living “in the middle of nowhere.” Today, Bowie is solidly suburban, and the Metro train to downtown Washington, DC, is nearby.



Eva as Santa
CHRISTMAS 1985: Clockwise from top left: Anette Cassidy, Margret Cassidy, Vivien Bligh, and Eva



Thanksgiving 1988
A couple of snapshots from family get-togethers at Thanksgiving. This and the next photo were taken in 1988. From left to right, Margret Cassidy, Eva, Vivien Bligh, and Dan Cassidy.



Family
Same group, with Isabel Bligh at the back.



Eva and cousin Sara Cassidy enjoy some whipped cream.  Christmas 1991.
Eva and cousin Sara Cassidy enjoy some whipped cream. Thanksgiving (?) 1991.



Eva making a peace sign gesture
This snapshot was taken at Thanksgiving Dinner (or maybe Christmas), 1991. Eva’s sister Margret took the picture.



Eva in 1992. From left to right, Barbara Cassidy (Eva's mother), Eva, and Anette Cassidy (Eva's oldest sister)
Eva in 1992. From left to right, Barbara Cassidy (Eva’s mother), Eva, and Anette Cassidy (Eva’s oldest sister)



STAY OFF THAT ROCKER: Eva's illustrations were a charming accompaniment to the essays on retirement and aging in this collection of columns written by her grandmother, Clara Cassidy.
STAY OFF THAT ROCKER: Eva’s illustrations were a charming accompaniment to the essays on retirement and aging in this collection of columns written by her grandmother, Clara Cassidy.



Eva drew this festive holiday dinner for one of her grandmother's books, Living the Topmost Years by Clara Cassidy.  "Grandma Deedee" died in 1999 at the age of 97.
Eva drew this festive holiday dinner for one of her grandmother’s books, Living the Topmost Years by Clara Cassidy. “Grandma Deedee” died in 1999 at the age of 97.



Eva with her grandmother and cousin Martha Cassidy in the mid-1990s.
Eva with her grandmother and cousin Martha Cassidy in the mid-1990s.



Eva painted this wooden box as a gift for Clara Cassidy.  The swan looks similar to the one on the TIME AFTER TIME clock.
Eva painted this wooden box as a gift for Clara Cassidy. The swan looks similar to the one on the TIME AFTER TIME clock.



Eva with her Aunt Isabel and Chris Biondo, early 1990s.  Eva's sister Margret took this snapshot.
Eva with her Aunt Isabel and Chris Biondo, early 1990s. Eva’s sister Margret took this snapshot.



Eva with her niece Sarah Kass in  1993.  This is the same "Baby Sarah" whose arrival was eagerly anticipated in the 1992 drawing featured on the Eva Cassidy Artwork site.
Eva with her niece Sarah Kass in 1993. This is the same “Baby Sarah” whose arrival was eagerly anticipated in the 1992 drawing featured on the Eva Cassidy Artwork site.



Eva painted a mural of the sun and the moon in a narrow hallway in her parents' house in Bowie, MD.
Eva painted a mural of the sun and the moon in a narrow hallway in her parents’ house in Bowie, MD.



HUGH CASSIDY'S WORKSHOP: Eva's father's sculpture studio.  The giant luna moth was crafted from scrap metal, his favorite medium.
HUGH CASSIDY’S WORKSHOP: Eva’s father’s sculpture studio. The giant luna moth was crafted from scrap metal, his favorite medium.

BOWIE ANGEL: Hugh Cassidy's sculpture of Eva as an angel is seen here in its full garden setting.
BOWIE ANGEL: Hugh Cassidy’s sculpture of Eva as an angel is seen here in its full garden setting.


Eva and her parents
Eva with her parents, Barbara and Hugh Cassidy, early 1990s


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