This photo was found in a scrapbook but it did not include a name or date, only the title "Wash Day with the Thermometer Below Zero." The photo was most likely take in Hamilton Co., Ohio.
This invitation to a 1904 White House reception belonged to Virginia Gooch, daughter of D. Linn Gooch, U.S. Representative from Kentucky 6th District.
Otterbein University Hallowe'en Masquerade in 1912. Somewhere in the photo is Harriet Belle Gegner, an art teacher at Otterbein.
George G. Bellville (27 Jan 1842 to 4 Nov 1862), son of James Bennett & Harriet (Folger) Bellville.
Side Served: Union
State Served: Ohio
Unit Numbers: 1732 1732
Service Record: Promoted to Full Sergeant
Enlisted as a Corporal on 03 June 1861 at the age of 19
Enlisted in Company K, 10th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 03 June 1861.
Wounded on 08 October 1862 at Perryville, KY
Died of wounds Company K, 10th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 04 November 1862.
Elda May Maddux (1886-1969), daughter of William Ayer and Charlotte Belle (Jones) Maddux.
Ethel Martha Goff and brother Stanley Thomas Adan Goff, both born in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio, children of George Edward and Katherine Mary (Bellville) Goff.
Agnes J. Folger, daughter of Charles R. & Jane D. (Brown) Folger. Agnes was born 1-6-1844 and died 12-31-1896, both in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio.
Frances Rebecca "Fannie", Grace Alverday and James Perlee Bellville, the three eldest children of James Edwin & Luella May (Gorsline) Bellville.
First three children of James Edwin and Luella May (Gorsline) Bellville.
Left to right:
Frances Rebecca, Grace Alverda and James Perlee Bellville.
Edward Augustus Brackett, a mid-19th-century neoclassical sculptor, grew up in Cincinnati, a city notable for its artistic activity, especially in sculpture. By 1839 Brackett moved to New York City but two years later settled in Boston, Massachusetts, where he created most of his work that has been described as both "imaginative and disturbing" (Falk). He exhibited at the National Academy of Design in New York and the Athenaeum Gallery in Boston.