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Fox Business Network series to feature Colorado woman

March 20, 2017 Updated: March 20, 2017 at 4:15 am
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"Strange Inheritance" host Jamie Colby visits Lynda Bannister, who received an inheritance of more than 100,000 photos taken by her mother Constance Bannister, once the most famous baby photographer in the country. Courtesy FOX Business Network.

One Colorado woman has more baby photos than she knows what to do with.

When Constance Bannister died in 2005, she left more than 100,000 of her famous baby photos to her daughter, Lynda Bannister.

Constance was once the most famous baby photographer in the country. Her baby and toddler photos ruled the media throughout the 1940s and '50s, popping up in newspapers, books, calendars, magazines and as dolls sold at Macy's.

"Strange Inheritance," Fox Business Network's series that explores curious stories of inheritance, sent host Jamie Colby to Littleton for a look at Lynda's collection and an update on her mission to reunite the now adult baby models with their acclaimed images.

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