Frank Miller poses in front of his house as his family stands on the porch above. Miller holds a hat in his hand. He wears glasses, a bow tie, and suspenders. His wife holds their son, Wallace. There are trees in the background.
Home of the French family with trees and other houses surrounding it. There are three women walking at the far right of the photograph. In the foreground, there is an object that may be a piece of paper in the grass and a corner of wooden sidewalk at the left. The rest of the foreground is a dirt road. A picket fence separates the French home from the house at its left. To the right of the house there is what appears to be a shed or other outbuilding.
Barn with trees and houses surrounding it. There is a fence in front of the barn and a pile of some sort of material at the side of it. There is a bit of a wooden sidewalk at the left of the image. Next to the sidewalk there is grass and next to that a dirt road. At the far left of the negative, there is a black edge on the left of which there appears to be a print of another image, which includes a man standing next to a building and a tree.
River Mills seen from the window of a train. The words "River Mills" are painted on the front of the building with other, illegible words below. There are trees behind the building and at the right. The image is slightly blurry as it was taken as the train was moving.
School with children in front. It is either the North Ward School or Red Oak High School. There is a girl sitting on a window ledge and another girl holding what appears to be a parasol. There are two boys sitting on the side of the stairs. The school has a belfry at the top. There are other buildings visible at either side of the school, as well as trees.
Road leading to White Bridge. There is a fence at the right with writing printing and painted on it. At the left, there are wood posts and a utility pole. There are trees on either side of the bridge. H. H. West's shadow is in the foreground.