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Image of P27700 - Centennial Celebration - Eleanor McAllister Golly and, Frank Borrengo in the Sonora High Library. They are standing in front of the displays, arm in arm, smiling. There is a woman display model standing to the left of them.

P27700 - Centennial Celebration - Eleanor McAllister Golly and, Frank Borrengo in the Sonora High Library. They are standing in front of the displays, arm in arm, smiling. There is a woman display model standing to the left of them.

Centennial Celebration - Eleanor McAllister Golly and, Frank Borrengo in the Sonora High Library. They are standing in front of the displays, arm in arm, smiling. There is a woman display model standing to the left of them.

Image of P27701 - Centennial Celebration - Eleanor. McAllister Golly (class of 1918), Frank Borrengo, and Agnes Scott Rosasco in the Sonora High Library  standing in front of the historical displays, arm in arm, smiling.

P27701 - Centennial Celebration - Eleanor. McAllister Golly (class of 1918), Frank Borrengo, and Agnes Scott Rosasco in the Sonora High Library standing in front of the historical displays, arm in arm, smiling.

Centennial Celebration - Eleanor. McAllister Golly (class of 1918), Frank Borrengo, and Agnes Scott Rosasco in the Sonora High Library standing in front of the historical displays, arm in arm, smiling.

Image of P27704 - Centennial Celebration -  A picture of Eleanor McAllister Golly (class of 1918), Tom Marovich, Eric DuTemple, and Ty Wivell,  sitting together in a circle, talking. DuTemple is seen from the side, and Ty is sitting with his back to the camera.

P27704 - Centennial Celebration - A picture of Eleanor McAllister Golly (class of 1918), Tom Marovich, Eric DuTemple, and Ty Wivell, sitting together in a circle, talking. DuTemple is seen from the side, and Ty is sitting with his back to the camera.

Centennial Celebration - A picture of Eleanor McAllister Golly (class of 1918), Tom Marovich, Eric DuTemple, and Ty Wivell, sitting together in a circle, talking. DuTemple is seen from the side, and Ty is sitting with his back to the camera.

Image of P27708 - Centennial Celebration - Eleanor McAllister Golly, Frank Borrengo, Sharon Marovich, Agnes Scott Rosasco in the Sonora High School Library. They are all standing together in front of the displays, including the clothes display model.

P27708 - Centennial Celebration - Eleanor McAllister Golly, Frank Borrengo, Sharon Marovich, Agnes Scott Rosasco in the Sonora High School Library. They are all standing together in front of the displays, including the clothes display model.

Centennial Celebration - Eleanor McAllister Golly, Frank Borrengo, Sharon Marovich, Agnes Scott Rosasco in the Sonora High School Library. They are all standing together in front of the displays, including the clothes display model.

Image of TP16 - Memorial Day Parade, Sonora, Cal. May 30, 1898 
a.  Native Daughters of the Golden West in procession
b. Dual tone photograph 
c. Dirt street
d.  Sonora Express Transfer Co. sign
e. EL Rehm to CH Burden

TP16 - Memorial Day Parade, Sonora, Cal. May 30, 1898 a. Native Daughters of the Golden West in procession b. Dual tone photograph c. Dirt street d. Sonora Express Transfer Co. sign e. EL Rehm to CH Burden

Memorial Day Parade, Sonora, Cal. May 30, 1898 a. Native Daughters of the Golden West in procession b. Dual tone photograph c. Dirt street d. Sonora Express Transfer Co. sign e. EL Rehm to CH Burden

Image of TP99 - Photo, Black and white.
a.  Decoration Day Parade, 1898.
b.  Sonora, California.
c.  Marching band at head of parade, Sonora Express and Transfer on the right of photo, and City Livery Stable on the left.
Per back of photo;
Sonora May 30 1898
E.L.R to C.H.B. ( C.H. Burden presumably) (Pat Perry, probably E. L. Rehm to Charles Henry Burden)

TP99 - Photo, Black and white. a. Decoration Day Parade, 1898. b. Sonora, California. c. Marching band at head of parade, Sonora Express and Transfer on the right of photo, and City Livery Stable on the left. Per back of photo; Sonora May 30 1898 E.L.R to C.H.B. ( C.H. Burden presumably) (Pat Perry, probably E. L. Rehm to Charles Henry Burden)

Photo, Black and white. a. Decoration Day Parade, 1898. b. Sonora, California. c. Marching band at head of parade, Sonora Express and Transfer on the right of photo, and City Livery Stable on the left. Per back of photo; Sonora May 30 1898 E.L.R to C.H.B. ( C.H. Burden presumably) (Pat Perry, probably E. L. Rehm to Charles Henry Burden)

Image of TP204 - Photo of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Large group of men and women in period dress. Arbor Day Parade, 07 May 1908 parade of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. With flags flying and one large American flag on a tall pole in the court yard. Background building Macomber Cider Mill on Shaws Flat Road at the high school.

TP204 - Photo of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Large group of men and women in period dress. Arbor Day Parade, 07 May 1908 parade of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. With flags flying and one large American flag on a tall pole in the court yard. Background building Macomber Cider Mill on Shaws Flat Road at the high school.

Photo of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Large group of men and women in period dress. Arbor Day Parade, 07 May 1908 parade of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. With flags flying and one large American flag on a tall pole in the court yard. Background building Macomber Cider Mill on Shaws Flat Road at the high school.

Image of TP205 - Members of the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Observe Arbor Day this Saturday March 07, 1908. at Tuolumne County High School. The exercises will commence at 3:00 p.m. The two Phoenix Canarasis is the variety of palm tree that will be planted. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

TP205 - Members of the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Observe Arbor Day this Saturday March 07, 1908. at Tuolumne County High School. The exercises will commence at 3:00 p.m. The two Phoenix Canarasis is the variety of palm tree that will be planted. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

Members of the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Observe Arbor Day this Saturday March 07, 1908. at Tuolumne County High School. The exercises will commence at 3:00 p.m. The two Phoenix Canarasis is the variety of palm tree that will be planted. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

Image of TP89 -  Sonora parade, 1898.
Street scene of parade, group of women in white dresses with dark sashes in foreground, men in uniform carrying American flag behind followed by others.Sonora Express and Transfer can be seen on the right of photo, City Livery Office can be seen on left.

TP89 - Sonora parade, 1898. Street scene of parade, group of women in white dresses with dark sashes in foreground, men in uniform carrying American flag behind followed by others.Sonora Express and Transfer can be seen on the right of photo, City Livery Office can be seen on left.

Sonora parade, 1898. Street scene of parade, group of women in white dresses with dark sashes in foreground, men in uniform carrying American flag behind followed by others.Sonora Express and Transfer can be seen on the right of photo, City Livery Office can be seen on left.

Image of TP1175 -  Admission Day Parade, September 9, 1895. In front there's a group of men walking down the street. Next is a N.D.G.W. float on a flat wagon driven by a lady and there are 2 other ladies have parcels. The horses are decorated, along with the float that has that has flowers on the float and a banner on the back. Next is a band marching down the street. And another group of men walking down the street, they have ribbons across there chest and the one in front are carrying a banner that says - N.S.G.W.. Following them is a float from the Salvation Army float. There are people standing on both sides of the street watching the parade.

TP1175 - Admission Day Parade, September 9, 1895. In front there's a group of men walking down the street. Next is a N.D.G.W. float on a flat wagon driven by a lady and there are 2 other ladies have parcels. The horses are decorated, along with the float that has that has flowers on the float and a banner on the back. Next is a band marching down the street. And another group of men walking down the street, they have ribbons across there chest and the one in front are carrying a banner that says - N.S.G.W.. Following them is a float from the Salvation Army float. There are people standing on both sides of the street watching the parade.

Admission Day Parade, September 9, 1895. In front there's a group of men walking down the street. Next is a N.D.G.W. float on a flat wagon driven by a lady and there are 2 other ladies have parcels. The horses are decorated, along with the float that has that has flowers on the float and a banner on the back. Next is a band marching down the street. And another group of men walking down the street, they have ribbons across there chest and the one in front are carrying a banner that says - N.S.G.W.. Following them is a float from the Salvation Army float. There are people standing on both sides of the street watching the parade.

Image of TP2162 - Group- Saddened woman, man and child. Man on horseback following, not identified. Tuolumne County Gold Centennial Celebration. 1849-50---1949-50

TP2162 - Group- Saddened woman, man and child. Man on horseback following, not identified. Tuolumne County Gold Centennial Celebration. 1849-50---1949-50

Group- Saddened woman, man and child. Man on horseback following, not identified. Tuolumne County Gold Centennial Celebration. 1849-50---1949-50

Image of P31855 - C.H.Burden in lower left of photo is seen at a ??gathering??

P31855 - C.H.Burden in lower left of photo is seen at a ??gathering??

C.H.Burden in lower left of photo is seen at a ??gathering??

Image of TP206 - Photo of a group of drummers, 6 women and 1 man. The man is in the middle of the women with the big drum. The men is wearing suit and tie with a hat.The women have uniform dress on. Their outfits look like sailor dress with the hats. They played for the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Arbor Day, March 07, 1908. Standing in front of the Tuolumne county high school. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

TP206 - Photo of a group of drummers, 6 women and 1 man. The man is in the middle of the women with the big drum. The men is wearing suit and tie with a hat.The women have uniform dress on. Their outfits look like sailor dress with the hats. They played for the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Arbor Day, March 07, 1908. Standing in front of the Tuolumne county high school. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

Photo of a group of drummers, 6 women and 1 man. The man is in the middle of the women with the big drum. The men is wearing suit and tie with a hat.The women have uniform dress on. Their outfits look like sailor dress with the hats. They played for the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Arbor Day, March 07, 1908. Standing in front of the Tuolumne county high school. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

Image of TP207 - Group photo of the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West on
Arbor Day, March 7, 1908. The group of women, children and 1 man are standing in front of and on the steps of the Tuolumne county high school. The large group of ladies are wearing period dress with hats. There are 3 children  standing in front of the group, the smallest child is holding a baton. There's a drum group standing on the sidewalk. 6 ladies in their uniforms and 1 man with the large drum in a suit and hat.One of the ladies in the group is holding the American flag. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

TP207 - Group photo of the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West on Arbor Day, March 7, 1908. The group of women, children and 1 man are standing in front of and on the steps of the Tuolumne county high school. The large group of ladies are wearing period dress with hats. There are 3 children standing in front of the group, the smallest child is holding a baton. There's a drum group standing on the sidewalk. 6 ladies in their uniforms and 1 man with the large drum in a suit and hat.One of the ladies in the group is holding the American flag. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

Group photo of the Dardanelle Parlor No. 66 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West on Arbor Day, March 7, 1908. The group of women, children and 1 man are standing in front of and on the steps of the Tuolumne county high school. The large group of ladies are wearing period dress with hats. There are 3 children standing in front of the group, the smallest child is holding a baton. There's a drum group standing on the sidewalk. 6 ladies in their uniforms and 1 man with the large drum in a suit and hat.One of the ladies in the group is holding the American flag. See newspaper clipping on the back of the photo for more information.

Image of TP209 - Photo of the Native Daughters of the Golden West drum group July 4, 1907. Six ladies and one man in the middle with drums. Posed outside Bradford home on Yaney Street in Sonora. There are American flag plaques on the trees in front of the house and American flags flying from the poles on the front porch. From left to right: Mrs. Ed Rudorff, Alice Moody Woods, Daisy Mundorf, Ed Meyer in the middle with a large drum, Mrs. Chas. "Cora" Rudorff and Mrs. Ed. Lander. Names of people listed on back of photo.

TP209 - Photo of the Native Daughters of the Golden West drum group July 4, 1907. Six ladies and one man in the middle with drums. Posed outside Bradford home on Yaney Street in Sonora. There are American flag plaques on the trees in front of the house and American flags flying from the poles on the front porch. From left to right: Mrs. Ed Rudorff, Alice Moody Woods, Daisy Mundorf, Ed Meyer in the middle with a large drum, Mrs. Chas. "Cora" Rudorff and Mrs. Ed. Lander. Names of people listed on back of photo.

Photo of the Native Daughters of the Golden West drum group July 4, 1907. Six ladies and one man in the middle with drums. Posed outside Bradford home on Yaney Street in Sonora. There are American flag plaques on the trees in front of the house and American flags flying from the poles on the front porch. From left to right: Mrs. Ed Rudorff, Alice Moody Woods, Daisy Mundorf, Ed Meyer in the middle with a large drum, Mrs. Chas. "Cora" Rudorff and Mrs. Ed. Lander. Names of people listed on back of photo.

Image of TP237 - Knight Templars Easter Parade, on Washington Street, 1895.  Shows west side of street from IOOF building at Dodge Street to the Eureka Engine Co.
A. Photo black and white
B.  Knight Templars marching down Washington St.
C.  Commandery No. 3 with drummers.

IOOF

TP237 - Knight Templars Easter Parade, on Washington Street, 1895. Shows west side of street from IOOF building at Dodge Street to the Eureka Engine Co. A. Photo black and white B. Knight Templars marching down Washington St. C. Commandery No. 3 with drummers. IOOF

Knight Templars Easter Parade, on Washington Street, 1895. Shows west side of street from IOOF building at Dodge Street to the Eureka Engine Co. A. Photo black and white B. Knight Templars marching down Washington St. C. Commandery No. 3 with drummers. IOOF

Image of TP244 - Knight Templar
A.   October 1912
B.   Front of Hopkel's Bakery
C.   Sonora, CA

TP244 - Knight Templar A. October 1912 B. Front of Hopkel's Bakery C. Sonora, CA

Knight Templar A. October 1912 B. Front of Hopkel's Bakery C. Sonora, CA

Image of TP1161 - GROUP-LODGE- NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN WEST 41ST ADMISSION DAY CELEBRATION. FIRST CELEBRATION HELD BY DARDANELLE PARLOR NO. 66, SONORA, 1891. ALL THE WOMEN ARE WEARING WHITE DRESS EXCEPT FOR 1. MOST OR ALL OF THE WOMEN HAVE PARASOLS.
  THIRD ROW STANDING WITH PARASOLS, LEFT TO RIGHT - NATALITY KEIL HENDER, GEORGIE PRICE, SALLIE GIBBONS DOE, ROSE O'HARA STONE, JESSIE RICHARDS EASTMAN, LOUISE ECKEL GIBBONS, ALICE CAHAN HART, ELLA HART MCCLAIN, MARIAN VICTOR MCCAMBRIDGE, OLIVE HALE KNUDSON, IRENE HALL BACON, ALICE OPPENHEIM AND NELL LEONARD GUERIN.
   SECOND ROW STANDING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT - NETTIE BYRE ROTHER HOLDING THE SIGN THAT SAYS: DARDANELLE PARLOR NO. 66 N.D.G.W., FANNIE HALL NEWMAN, AMELIA KEIL ODGERS, ANNIE WILSON,  MARGARET PATTERSON HAMPTON HAS A DARK RIBBON ON HER DRESS, LOUISA KEEFE HARTVIG, OLIVE COWAN RABLEN, FRANCES RIORDAN REHM, MABEL PARENT, LOTTIE CASSARETTO WAINRIGHT, MARGARET MORRIS, JULIA CONLIN AND ALICE FITZGERALD LYONS.
   FIRST ROW SITTING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT - MAGGIE STEINMETZ McCORMACK, HANNAH MORRIS DOYLE, FLORA TYACK, MAGGIE PETERS DENNIS, AMELIA BAUMAN BURDEN HAS A DARK RIBBON ON HER DRESS, STELLA SELL BAUM, MAGGIE SEARS WILZINSKI, ADDIE BAUMAN KAHLMEYER IS HOLDING A SIGN AND HAS A DARK DRESS AND LONG HAIR, KITTIE KENNEY HARTVIG, TILLIE FAXON BACHMAN AND MAY WIGHT RICHARDS.

TP1161 - GROUP-LODGE- NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN WEST 41ST ADMISSION DAY CELEBRATION. FIRST CELEBRATION HELD BY DARDANELLE PARLOR NO. 66, SONORA, 1891. ALL THE WOMEN ARE WEARING WHITE DRESS EXCEPT FOR 1. MOST OR ALL OF THE WOMEN HAVE PARASOLS. THIRD ROW STANDING WITH PARASOLS, LEFT TO RIGHT - NATALITY KEIL HENDER, GEORGIE PRICE, SALLIE GIBBONS DOE, ROSE O'HARA STONE, JESSIE RICHARDS EASTMAN, LOUISE ECKEL GIBBONS, ALICE CAHAN HART, ELLA HART MCCLAIN, MARIAN VICTOR MCCAMBRIDGE, OLIVE HALE KNUDSON, IRENE HALL BACON, ALICE OPPENHEIM AND NELL LEONARD GUERIN. SECOND ROW STANDING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT - NETTIE BYRE ROTHER HOLDING THE SIGN THAT SAYS: DARDANELLE PARLOR NO. 66 N.D.G.W., FANNIE HALL NEWMAN, AMELIA KEIL ODGERS, ANNIE WILSON, MARGARET PATTERSON HAMPTON HAS A DARK RIBBON ON HER DRESS, LOUISA KEEFE HARTVIG, OLIVE COWAN RABLEN, FRANCES RIORDAN REHM, MABEL PARENT, LOTTIE CASSARETTO WAINRIGHT, MARGARET MORRIS, JULIA CONLIN AND ALICE FITZGERALD LYONS. FIRST ROW SITTING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT - MAGGIE STEINMETZ McCORMACK, HANNAH MORRIS DOYLE, FLORA TYACK, MAGGIE PETERS DENNIS, AMELIA BAUMAN BURDEN HAS A DARK RIBBON ON HER DRESS, STELLA SELL BAUM, MAGGIE SEARS WILZINSKI, ADDIE BAUMAN KAHLMEYER IS HOLDING A SIGN AND HAS A DARK DRESS AND LONG HAIR, KITTIE KENNEY HARTVIG, TILLIE FAXON BACHMAN AND MAY WIGHT RICHARDS.

GROUP-LODGE- NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN WEST 41ST ADMISSION DAY CELEBRATION. FIRST CELEBRATION HELD BY DARDANELLE PARLOR NO. 66, SONORA, 1891. ALL THE WOMEN ARE WEARING WHITE DRESS EXCEPT FOR 1. MOST OR ALL OF THE WOMEN HAVE PARASOLS. THIRD ROW STANDING WITH PARASOLS, LEFT TO RIGHT - NATALITY KEIL HENDER, GEORGIE PRICE, SALLIE GIBBONS DOE, ROSE O'HARA STONE, JESSIE RICHARDS EASTMAN, LOUISE ECKEL GIBBONS, ALICE CAHAN HART, ELLA HART MCCLAIN, MARIAN VICTOR MCCAMBRIDGE, OLIVE HALE KNUDSON, IRENE HALL BACON, ALICE OPPENHEIM AND NELL LEONARD GUERIN. SECOND ROW STANDING, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT - NETTIE BYRE ROTHER HOLDING THE SIGN THAT SAYS: DARDANELLE PARLOR NO. 66 N.D.G.W., FANNIE HALL NEW

Image of TP783 - PHOTO OF THE 4TH OF JULY 1903 PARADE IN COLUMBIA. COLUMBIA ENGINE COMPANY #2. THERE PULLING AN ENGINE THAT IS DECORATED AS A FLOAT. LEFT To RIGHT - 1. JOHN BRADY 2. JOHN BACIAGALUPI 3. WM. KRESS 4. JIM MILSPAUGH 5. EMIL NELSON 6. PAUL NJIRICH 7. PHIL. HAGEMEYER 8. ANDY PAGE 9. TOM O'HARA 11. HENRY MILLER 12. CLARENCE NEU 14. DAVIS 15. FRANK LAVIN.
 JOHN PODERTA IS THE LARGEST BOY IN FRONT OF THE GROUP ALONG WITH 3 OTHER BOYS. HARRY DAVIES IS STANDING BY THE TREE IN THE REAR, FLOSSIE DAVIS KELLY IS THE 2ND LADY AT THE SIDE, GERTRUDE MORGAN IS THE LAST LADY.
 William Wax's universal art studio and attached dwelling were built at the southeast corner of Main and State Streets, Columbia in December 1900. This was the site of the Colombo Saloon for many years from 1876 - 1888. The Columbo restaurant. Information from Barbara Eastman - June 1961.

TP783 - PHOTO OF THE 4TH OF JULY 1903 PARADE IN COLUMBIA. COLUMBIA ENGINE COMPANY #2. THERE PULLING AN ENGINE THAT IS DECORATED AS A FLOAT. LEFT To RIGHT - 1. JOHN BRADY 2. JOHN BACIAGALUPI 3. WM. KRESS 4. JIM MILSPAUGH 5. EMIL NELSON 6. PAUL NJIRICH 7. PHIL. HAGEMEYER 8. ANDY PAGE 9. TOM O'HARA 11. HENRY MILLER 12. CLARENCE NEU 14. DAVIS 15. FRANK LAVIN. JOHN PODERTA IS THE LARGEST BOY IN FRONT OF THE GROUP ALONG WITH 3 OTHER BOYS. HARRY DAVIES IS STANDING BY THE TREE IN THE REAR, FLOSSIE DAVIS KELLY IS THE 2ND LADY AT THE SIDE, GERTRUDE MORGAN IS THE LAST LADY. William Wax's universal art studio and attached dwelling were built at the southeast corner of Main and State Streets, Columbia in December 1900. This was the site of the Colombo Saloon for many years from 1876 - 1888. The Columbo restaurant. Information from Barbara Eastman - June 1961.

PHOTO OF THE 4TH OF JULY 1903 PARADE IN COLUMBIA. COLUMBIA ENGINE COMPANY #2. THERE PULLING AN ENGINE THAT IS DECORATED AS A FLOAT. LEFT To RIGHT - 1. JOHN BRADY 2. JOHN BACIAGALUPI 3. WM. KRESS 4. JIM MILSPAUGH 5. EMIL NELSON 6. PAUL NJIRICH 7. PHIL. HAGEMEYER 8. ANDY PAGE 9. TOM O'HARA 11. HENRY MILLER 12. CLARENCE NEU 14. DAVIS 15. FRANK LAVIN. JOHN PODERTA IS THE LARGEST BOY IN FRONT OF THE GROUP ALONG WITH 3 OTHER BOYS. HARRY DAVIES IS STANDING BY THE TREE IN THE REAR, FLOSSIE DAVIS KELLY IS THE 2ND LADY AT THE SIDE, GERTRUDE MORGAN IS THE LAST LADY. William Wax's universal art studio and attached dwelling were built at the southeast corner of Main and State Streets, Columbia in Dece

Image of TP413 - A 6" x 4-1/2" black and white photo of two unidentified youngsters in a Memorial Day parade. Young girl in wagon with a lamb pulling it.  She is wearing a dress with dark stockings and black shoes.  She has her feet on the front board of the wagon.  Young boy standing beside the lamb holding the rein. He is wearing a suit and a hat. Wagon decorated with red and white stripes. - A lovely picture indeed.

TP413 - A 6" x 4-1/2" black and white photo of two unidentified youngsters in a Memorial Day parade. Young girl in wagon with a lamb pulling it. She is wearing a dress with dark stockings and black shoes. She has her feet on the front board of the wagon. Young boy standing beside the lamb holding the rein. He is wearing a suit and a hat. Wagon decorated with red and white stripes. - A lovely picture indeed.

A 6" x 4-1/2" black and white photo of two unidentified youngsters in a Memorial Day parade. Young girl in wagon with a lamb pulling it. She is wearing a dress with dark stockings and black shoes. She has her feet on the front board of the wagon. Young boy standing beside the lamb holding the rein. He is wearing a suit and a hat. Wagon decorated with red and white stripes. - A lovely picture indeed.