White Lake 1915 - Bug House
Inscribed on back in ink: 'White Lake, August 16, 1915 -- followed by a dozen signatures.
Image 7-1/8 inch wide by 5 inch high mounted on card 10 inch by 8 inch. Group of about 40 people, mostly aged 20s or 30s. Inscribed on back in ink, various handwriting: 'White Lake, August 16, 1915 - Mack Lapkin, Samuel Lapkin, Benjamin Reich, Joseph D Reich _u may kiss my right hand_, Henry Morris, Mabel L Blum, Julia D Blum, Charles Pickart, Carrie Frank, Isidor McGrastin, Anna Michel, Tessie Rotheim'
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OTHER PARTS OF THIS RECORD:
Back of Bug-House photo (back)
Back showing inscription.
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