Graduation portrait, some seated and some standing. Nine young men in tuxedos and eleven young women in light colored long dresses are pictured. All are holding rolled diplomas. First row, second from left, is George Baker.
Group bust portrait of (l-r) John Calvin Brewster, Pansy Brewster, and Mary Brewster. J.C. Brewster wears a suit and tie, while Pansy and Mary wear high collared dresses. All are gazing in different directions away from the viewer.
Mercy Otis Warren was known as the Conscience of the American Revolution. A lifelong revolutionary, she was the first woman to champion an anti-Federalist viewpoint. Warren used her talents as a writer to promote the Revolutionary cause with…
Bust portrait of Mrs. B. W. Galley (first name not provided) gazing to the left of viewer, wearing a printed dress with a ruffled collar. Writing on front of photo indicates 1883, but writing on photo verso indicates 1885.