: Reverse reads in script: "A Branch of the Euverard family - stone masons - who emigrated from from France to Mowrystown in Highland County, Ohio, in the early 1800's."
The photograph is a picture of a photograph. It shows at least three generation of the Euverard family, seated and standing together. There are two children standing in the front row, a girl and a boy. The girl is wearing a plaid dress, striped tights, boots, and a hat, and the boy is wearing a shirt, short pants, striped socks, boots, and a scarf. Seated behind them are three women and a man. The women wear long, dark dresses with bonnets tied around their chins. The man is in a three-piece suit. Standing in the back row is a man, two women, and two boys. The man is wearing a dark three-piece suit, and the women are wear lighter colored dresses with white scarves tied in a bow around their necks. View on Ohio Memory.
: SA1039AV_B07F01_002_1 Subjects
: Family--Pictorial works; Highland County (Ohio)--History--Pictorial works; Fashion design--History--19th century Places
: Highland County (Ohio)