Keller Cousins' Reunion Page
Welcome to the Keller Cousins' Reunion Page. The purpose of this page is
to serve as a resource for Keller Cousins seeking information about reunions,
history, email, and other issues. This page will be
updated regularly now to include information about the next reunion.
Keller Cousins Reunion, 2007 The next Keller Cousins
Reunion will be in Boston, June 30-July 2.
- Here's a link
to a page I created for Aunt Edna's and Uncle Charlie's 90th/95th
birthday celebration, Sept. 2-4, in Michigan. The images on this page I put in an album
together with photos Merl Schiffman took some time ago.
Keller Cousins Reunion, 2002 The last Keller Cousins
Reunion was held in
Washington, D.C. from June 28 to June 30, 2002, at the Capitol
- Saturday Banquet This was at Phillips Seafood
Restaurant, 900 Water Street, just a few blocks from the hotel. We had
have either a private dining, and availed ourselves of the
Seafood Buffet at $29.99 per adult and $15 for kids 5 to 10. You can view
here. The website for the restaurant is here. Parking is $5
in their facilities. A map of the area can be
here. Phillips is marked on the map; our hotel is on the corner of C
Street and 6th St. SW, and I've marked it in red with white letters that
say "HIC!". (It's hard to see, but look in the upperright center of the
map, just above the railroad that's marked "...Pennsylvania".) It's about
7 or 8 blocks, and walkable...
Email and Newsgroup information I have set up a small
newsgroup on my own email account; if you want to be on it, and receive
and send messages, send me an email at
Mailing list This was prepared
for the 97 reunion by Tom Kreichelt, and I update it very often. If you
have any additions, corrections, or suggestions to make, send them to me
- Just for nice: David Kreichelt sent me some pictures of his wedding
to Ieva, and I have linked them here
- New Images: I have just digitized the 'Champagne Pipe'
brochure that was Opa Keller's project after he retired. You can see them
- National Archives. Here's a link to the National Archives where you can search
lots of things, including family records, school records, and more.
Harold F. Schiffman, email@example.com ,
last modified May 5, 2007.