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Color tinted photograph of an older woman (late 40s or 50s) in a white bonnet, two ringlets on the sides of her head in a dark blue dress. Undated photograph was taken by Wenderoth & Taylor, Philadelphia.
Photograph of a young boy in a dark suit and black bow tie. Most likely a photograph of one of Thomas L. Kane's sons, Evan or Thomas II, when the family visited Utah in the winter of 1872-1873 and had their pictures taken by C. R. Savage soon after their arrival.
Photograph of William Wood, Elizabeth Dennistoun Kane's father. Wood has a salt and pepper colored beard and is wearing a gray patterned wool suit. This photograph was taken by M. Ormsbee in New York and signed by Wood on the back with the date of Marcy 18, 1865.
Photograph of a very old woman wearing a white bonnet and a black dress while sitting in an elaborately carved/decorated chair. Stamped on the back of the photograph is the name of Ferris' Excelsior Gallery, Malone, New York.
Black and white photograph of two unknown women outdoors. The oldest woman is sitting down holding open an edition of the 19th Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine while the younger woman is standing by her side wearing glasses and a dark dress.
Photograph of an unknown old man. The man is wearing a very high collared shirt with a solid cravate which might be the sign that he is a minister. The photograph was taken by M. P. Simons of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which is stamped on the back.
Photograph of an older man with a full head of white hair combed mostly to one side of his head. He is wearing a medium toned dark suit with a dark vest and black bow tie. There are a few finger prints on the photograph itself. The photograph was taken by M. P. Simons of Philadelphia.