|Allan in his adolescence|
|Painting of the estate in Greksasar, Bergslagen. This is where Allan was born and spent his childhood.|
|The whole Eriksson family with a very young Allan sitting in his mother's lap.|
|Allan with his dad's hound who was his comfort and best friend |
after he lost his mother at the age of six.
|Allan with his brothers and sisters. From the top left: Einar, Märta, Ellen, Ragnar, Gunnar and Allan|
|Allan (rightmost) with his colleagues at the accordion|
manufacturer "Dragspelstjänst" (Accordion Services).
Owner and founder Algot Bengtsson in the middle standing up.
|Wedding photo of Allan and his wife Hedvig in 1938.|
They stayed married for almost 50 years until Hedvig passed away in 1987.
|Allan Eriksson's Quintet playing at one of many dances in the Vasa Real gymnasium in the 40s and 50s.|
Gösta Bäckström is playing the piano.
|Allan Eriksson's Quintet with piano player Nils Viklund|
|Photo session with Allan Eriksson's Orchestra for the "Solskensfröjd" album in 1975.|
From the left: Allan Eriksson, Göran Åberg, Ragnar Ohlsson, Ture Hedberg and
Gösta Bäckström sitting by the piano.
|Allan with his brothers, Einar (leftmost) and Ragnar (middle) in 1968|
|Posing at a photo session in 1969 with his son Lars.|
|Allan on a visit to his brother in the United States in 1973|
|Allan somewhere in the world. Travelling the world was a great interest of his.|
|Allan in East Berlin 1977|
|Allan used to carry with him a big sheet of paper collecting autographs from people he met.|
Here you can find names like famous Swedish singer Alice Babs, actor Sigge Fürst,
actor John "Åsa-Nisse" Elfström and singer Lily Berglund.
|Home District Festivities in Greksåsar 1952|
|Poster for the 1939 Stockholm Accordion Grand Prix.|
The Swedish comedian/actor Thor Modén hosted the show.
|Allan in his living room late 1981|
|Allan with the Stockholm Melody Club in the early 70s.|
Stockholm Melody Club was a community of musicians led by
Swedish musician and composer Gunnar Molthon.
|Eating cake with the Skansen Fiddlers after a radio show on June 22th 1988.|