A wallet-sized photograph, marked on the back simply with the penciled-in number, “15,” seems to include some of the same people we saw in the group pictures at the Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, resort.
The man with the straw hat seems a constant in this collection. The woman who looks like a young Agnes Tully Stevens seems to be part of this grouping, too. And we also saw the slender lady to the left in those group portraits. I am not sure, but the person to the far right may be the wife in the couple we discussed before, too. Or at least the same one as in the swimsuit pictures.
Regardless of who they are, they’ve insured that they are properly dressed to be out in the summertime sun—at least, proper in the early 1900s version of "proper." No sunscreen for that decade, though. The wide brims of their hats and the long coverings of their outfits served the same purpose.