My great-grandmother Sylvia Freeman Combs was a twin. Her sister, Hattie, and her were nothing alike. In fact there was nearly a foot between them! One had light colored hair, the other dark. One was mischievous, one was serious. This always fascinated me as a child, before I figured out that twins didn't have to be identical. Just the thought that you could be twins and so different sent my head spinning.
Below is a picture of the Freeman (or sometimes seen as Friedman) family. I am sure you can tell why Hattie was 5'8" by looking at her father!
Back row (standing on bench): Goldie, Hattie, Sylvia, Pearl
Front row: Alta Eldora (Davison), Stanford, John
Virgil was not home when picture was taken
Taken near French Lick, Indiana about 1905