|Object Name||Print, Photograph|
Family photograph of the Brashaber family, 7.375'' by 11.375, year 1919. A black and white photograph of Brashaber family in front of a house. This is a family picture and everyone is arranged in three rows. The back row is made up of three men, four women, and two of these woemn are holding babies that are all dressed in white. The second row has two women in it and six men. The woman on the outside of this row is standing and is wearing a white dress with long sleeves, on the other side of the row thre is a man standing and wearing a suit. The only people sitting in chairs are the six individuals inbetween this woman and man. There is a man in the second row, who is wearing suit and he has his legs stuck out in front of him with his feet crossed. The very front row includes three children sitting on the ground all with their legs crossed. One of the children is a blonde girl wearing a white dress and the other two are boys wearing suits and ties.
The picture was taken in front of a house with a porch, and there are two pillars visible with a darker trim around them. The house has a light colored siding and there are four windows in the backgound. This print is pasted on a black piece of paper.
On the back of the paper thre is written in pen the 'Brashaber Family probably Summer of 1919'. The names are including in the back starting with 'Front Row: Left to right Alicke Sparks, Robert Sparks, Austin Patton
2nd Row; Left to Right: Emma Daniel, Ivan Brashaber, John Brashaber, Grandpa and Grandma Brashaber, Will Brashaber. Carl Brashaber, Osbin Daniel
Back Row: Left to Right: Mabel Brashaber, Walter Brashaber, Anna Daniel and Martha Louise, Luther Daniel, Elbert Reeves, Mary Reeves and Mildred, Nora Patton.'