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Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Cary Bass and his Great Uncle Cary seated in a chair. They are most likely inside the Bass family home at 207 Clay Street.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A workman poses beside a belt-driven polisher inside a shed at the Montello granite quarry. Two other men relax in the background near an open door where n...
Description: Cary Bass, standing next to his Great Uncle Cary, who is seated. They are most likely seated inside the Bass family home, 207 Clay Street.
Description: Great Uncle Cary posing with Everetta and Cary Bass. They are most likely seated inside the Bass family home, 207 Clay Street.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Self-portrait of Dr. Edward Bass reading in his parlor. Several prints of his own photographs decorate the room. There is a parlor organ on the right.
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Ada Bass sits in a chair sewing at a table while her daughter, Everetta, lies on a daybed.
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Leroy J. Burlingame, sitting in a chair in the Montello home of his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Bass. Another person, obscured, is stan...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: Dr. Edward A. Bass holds his son, Edward Cary Bass, on his lap in the parlor of their home.
Description: Sunday school class giving a patriotic presentation.
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: Cary and Everetta Bass with their Christmas tree. Cary holds a toy horn; Everetta holds a doll.
Description: J.A. "Doc" Hines, veterinarian and politician, on the phone at his office. Wording on cup reads "Old Fart."
Description: Ada Bass with her daughter Everetta on a chair in front of a curtain.
Description: Studio portrait of an unidentified woman in a fancy dress and wearing a decorative comb in her hair.
Description: A cabinet card studio portrait of Edward Cary Bass, son of Dr. Edward A. Bass.
Description: "Sarah was our waitress when we visited Good Old Days on Puckaway Lake near Montello." From left to right; Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, John Bodden, Shirley Widm...
Description: Local actors portray a Japanese wedding. The photographer's wife, Ada Bass, had a leading role in the production.
Description: Self-portrait of Dr. Edward A. Bass sitting in his Pratt house office.
Description: Ada Bass sits in a chair with her hair down, looking at a note, or possibly a photograph. An unidentified woman observes from the next room; decorative cor...
Description: Girl (probably Everetta Bass, the photographer's daughter), opening a decorative gate. She is posed inside a local church. The Bass family attended the Me...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Ada Bass, wife of the photographer, standing in a room showing her long hair extending down her back.
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