A Quad City woman is trying to unlock a mystery discovered at a Goodwill Store in Moline.
After buying a used photo album for her daughter, she found pictures of an extended family at a wedding, a 65th wedding anniversary celebration, and a family reunion.
"They look so happy. My wedding, my dad wasn't able to be at my wedding, so I want for whoever it belongs to, to be with them," said Kathi Sweeney Hill of Carbon Cliff.
"I just want to see this go to the rightful family. Cherished moments that can never be replaced," she said.
Some of the photos have names on the back. Great Grandma Verna Kaduce, Grandpa Ervin Kaduce, Myron Kaduce, Betty Drill, Phyllis McCoy.
WQAD messaged some of the names on Facebook, but so far, no one has called.
The folks at Goodwill say if someone donated the photo album by mistake with the pictures still inside, it's not that uncommon.
"We get pictures a lot more than you probably think. Generally, we try to take them out in case someone comes back. People do call and donate things by accident," said Manager Tami Buckallew.
Sweeney Hill is hoping someone comes forward.
"You never know if it was the last photo you had with that family member," she said.