identified since posting on this page
This photo was in Tom Freeman's collection of family photos. The photographer's imprint indicates it was taken in Albia, Iowa.
From the collection of Ines Madden, which includes many pictures of Table Rock friends as well as family. This young man may be a soldier in the Spanish-American war. The Nebraska men were shipped to the Phillipines via San Francisco, which could well explain the San Francisco photographer's imprint.
Photo 90 - 2 women, a man, and a baby in a buggy
photo 267 - From a photo album that appears to be a collection of photographer's proofs, and also has a picture of a 1910 class play. They are almost certainly sisters.....
Do they look familiar? Do you know who they are? Suspect who they are? Wonder who they are?
photos 275 & 276. fROM SAME ALBUM AS PHOTOS 267 ABOVE.
Photo 329 - probably siblings
photo 96, an unidentified family in front of a unique house fronted by a board walk
Do you recognize the house? Is it still there? A barn to the left is similar to one that used to be two blocks west of the square, but it was probably a common construction. And is that an outhouse to the right?
Look what the family is standing on -- a boardwalk.
Love the family dogs. The baby in a fancy white dress -- looks like a christening dress, but the baby is too old for that.
A lovely family picture -- with no names.
photo 315 -- there are 2 other pictures that appear to include the woman on the left
photo 151 - Same woman as in 315, just younger?
photo 345 - sAME WOMAN AS IN PHOTOS 151 & 315? wHY IS SHE ALONE WITH A BABY AND THEN A YOUNG GIRL? IS THE HAT ON THE FLOOR A SYMBOL OF A LOST HUSBAND?
photographs from anna groves fellers/martha groves mckelvie collection
These photographs were in the same box. (Note from Sharla Cerra: The box containing these photographs was unlabeled, but based on other photographs in the box and elsewhere, I am 99% sure that these were photographs from Ellen Fellers, the second wife of W. C. Fellers, that hail from the days of her husband's first wife, Anna Groves Fellers. They include many photographs from Martha Groves McKelvie, Anna's niece. Some of these unidentified photographs may be of her. A number of the photographs in the box were taken in Los Angeles; studio imprints are listed in the Photo Notes.)