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Creator: Barney Studio
Description: Photograph of Charlie Standifer standing in an expansive field where cattle can be seen grazing in the distance. He is holding a turkey at his side and in his other hand he is holding a jug. He is wearing a long-sleeve, collared button-up shirt and pants that are held up by a belt.
Description: Photograph of an elderly woman wearing a long, black pea coat that is not fully buttoned up. She is also wearing a turban-style hat on her head and gloves on her hands. In one of her hands she is holding a handkerchief. Leafless trees are visible behind her, as is a wooden fence.
Description: Photograph of a young John A. Matthews, Jr. maneuvering on the railed porch of a house. He is reaching over the railing and touching the nose of a dog that is also standing on the rail. A second dog can be seen behind the railing to the right.
Description: Photograph of six women wearing white high-collar blouses and ornate hats. The photo is shaped into an oval and set into a mat. Numbers are written in pencil around the photo, corresponding to the following women: 1 - Susette Matthews, 2 - Beulah Casey, 3 - Johnie Le Mond, 4 - Carrie Hoover, 5 - ?, 6 - Ruby Conrad.
Date: July 4, 1902
Description: Photograph of two women standing just outside a house, each of them poised near a plant. On the left is the elderly Anne Maria Reynolds, who is wearing a black shawl and a long-sleeved dress with a full length skirt, standing next to a floral bush. On the right a relatively younger woman, also wearing a long-sleeved dress, is standing next to a larger, leafy plant; she is holding a vine from the plant in front of her. The reverse side is inscribed with "G. T. R., Easter Greetings from Sisters Kodak."
Description: Photograph of Susette Matthews and Netta Pyle seated on a bench with a toddler-aged Bill Nail between them. While holding the child up on its feet, Matthews gives it a kiss. Both women are dressed in early twentieth century Gibson Girl fashion.
Description: Photograph of two young boys seated atop a couple of horses that have been saddled and reined. They are both wearing newsboy caps, long-sleeved shirts that tie at the collar, knee-length shorts, and socks. A couple of boys are standing behind them. A vine-covered house is partially visible in the background.