|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
B&W sepia snapshot of five women and one man on a fence before a house, 4.5"x2.75", date unknown. Three of the women are sitting on the fence, one woman stands on it, and one woman and a man stand at it. The fence is made of posts and wire with a gate in the center. In front, by about twenty feet, is a white mailbox on a post. Behind them in the background is a two storey brick house with balcony across the top and bottom floors. Large trees are scattered around the property. The women wear light-colored, three-quarter-length dresses with black stockings and black shoes. The man wears a shirt with pants.
On the back written in pencil is:
Brick house built by Rev. Eli P. Farmer on North Side of Whitehall Pike where old part of Highland Village now is.