Above are two photographs of Suzanne's great grandfather Hilaire Smith, hear explanation.
A photograph of Suzanne's great grandfather Hilaire Smith.
Suzanne's paintings of her great grandfather's (Hilaire Smith) first H. Smith Sons' farm machinery store in Manteno, Illinois on Walnut.
Suzanne's paintings of her great grandfather's (Hilaire Smith) first H. Smith Sons' farm machinery store in Manteno, Illinois on First Street the second store.
At left, is a re-creation Hilaire Smith's (Suzanne's great grandfather) office in the H. Smith Sons' farm machinery store—this re-creation is located in the Bronte History of Printing Museum in rural Bourbonnais, Illinois.
At right, is Suzanne sitting in the office, hear explanation.
This photograph of Suzanne's great aunts (Emma Smith Renaud, Marie Antoinette Smith, and Grace Smith) was taken while they were visiting Emma in Montreal in early 1900.
Suzanne's painting of her grandfather Edouard Smith and his sons (Samuel, Zephiere, Joseph, Raul, Napoleon, and Armand).
At right is Suzanne's painting and calligraphy about her paternal grandmother Winifred (Riley) Smith who was also a teacher.
At left is Suzanne on her first birthday (June 24, 1930) with her grandfather Edouard Smith.
A photo of Suzanne as a child at ages 2.
A photo of Suzanne as a child at ages 9, hear explanation.
Suzanne's painting of her father Edmond A. Smith.
A photograph of her father.
Suzanne's Uncle Maurice "Clipper" Smith as a football player at Notre Dame.
Maurice Smith as a coach in California after a meeting with Knute Rockne, hear explanation.
At right is Maurice with his daughter Caroline Ann, hear explanation.
In 2000, Suzanne and her sister Elmira, at right, were photographed at Notre Dame in front of Sorin Hall (the hall where their Uncle Maurice lived ) with the Golden Dome in the background as they attended a calligraphy conference (hear Elmira's explanation).
Above are Suzanne's painting of her daughter Charlotte at age 18, hear explanation.
a photograph of Charlotte taken while attending Cardinal Stritch College in Milwaukee.
Suzanne with her son Harry J. Granzow in New York at the beginning of a three-month trip to Europe in 1968, hear explanation.
Harry in Domremy, France at the home of Joan of Arc during a 1990s trip, hear explanation.
Above at left, are Suzanne's grandsons Edward Allen Caron and Austen Edmond Granzow with her son Harry Granzow, hear explanation.
A photograph of Suzanne with her grandson Edward Caron in the library at her home, hear explanation.
In the 1990s photograph at left which was taken in the palace of Knossos on Crete, is Suzanne and her husband Paul Pruchnicki with her grandson Alexander, granddaughter Elizabeth—to left of Alexander—and Lisa (Morris) Wilkey—wife of Suzanne's nephew Eric Wilkey, hear explanation.
The center photograph shows Suzanne's granddaughter Lydia at an equestrian competition, hear explanation.
At right, is Suzanne in July 2005 with her latest great grandchild Lillian Hermione, hear explanation.
Suzanne's painting of her husband Paul.
Suzanne's library, portrait gallery, and sitting room, hear explanation.
Second photo of Suzanne's library, portrait gallery, and sitting room.
Suzanne and Paul have operated The Bronte Press for twenty-nine years, hear explanation.
This photograph of Suzanne with her husband Paul and her sister Elmira (Smith) Wilkey was taken on April 4, 2006.