Proving the habit of feeding deer in the area took place long before current times, these two photos, taken in 1936, show two tame deer next to the Cooper family children. Above: a small fawn with a bell around its neck nuzzles Celia Cooper, being held by her brother Henry, who is standing next to Albert, Victor, Elsie, and Mae. The familys dog yawns in the foreground, uninterested by the deer. Below: Albert Cooper feeds a young buck standing on its hind legs for a treat. Do you have any more information or memories about these photos? Email C650 (above) and C659 (below) courtesy of the Windermere District Historical Society