During the Spanish American War with a friend, Boston, MA
The Howard Siblings from Winchester, NH:
Mahala, Seth, Minerva, Prudence, Lockhart Wright Howard, Jane, as written on the back of the portrait.
This is my great grandfather's Isotta Frascini, which they drove across the country. The people are from left Witherbee Black, Nelson Arthur Howard, Sr., Natalie Howard and son Nelson A. Howard, Jr. on his way back to Yale.
My great grandfather, Nelson Howard, is 2nd from left. This is the Board of Santa Anita Racetrack. He passed away before I was able to ask him who these people were, so I got the names from Mr. Strub, son of the Strub pictured. They are from left:
Victor Ford Collins, 1st sect. of the corp. and general counsel to the Turf Club, Nelson A. Howard, Dr. Charles/Doc Strub, Hal Roach, Leigh Battson, Arthur Hastings and Dwight Whiting. These men were largely responsible for getting the race track built at Santa Anita in about 1934.
This is my grandmother, Constance Lee Sharp and her brother, Robert Sharp, marching for temperance in Evanston Illinois about 1912. Her grandmother, Clara Morgan Chapin, was an influential member of the WCTU for passage of the 18th amendment.
John Joseph Nathaniel Webber, son of Captain Nathaniel Webber and his wife Frances Sarah Mayer, fought on the Monitor during the Battle at Hampton Roads during the Civil War.
Captain Nathaniel Webber: This photo was taken on one of his last voyages in Hong Kong when he was captain of the ship Silas Greenman. He was at sea almost 50 years.
Anna Galpin as a young woman (18 yrs old) in Ansonia/Derby, CT
A.L. Howard in his Connecticut National Guard uniform 1870s, later known as "Gat Howard" for his expertise with the gatling gun