Ben Tyler, Lena Weideman, Mary Dixon, Daisy Conner, and Mr. Weideman sit on the grass in Lincoln (Eastlake) Park. Mr. Tyler holds his hand to his face. Mr. Weideman has a mustache. The women all wear large hats with feathers and other decorations on top. There are trees in the background.
Daisy Conner walks down steps in MacArthur (Westlake) Park along with two children and two women. She wears a large hat with feathers on top, as well as gloves. She is looking to her right. A boy wearing a hat and jacket walks down the steps and looks at the camera. A girl walks down the side of the steps. There are trees and plants in the background, as well as a man standing next to two parked bicycles.
Daisy Conner (2nd from L), the Bendixon sisters (foreground), and another woman pose. All of the women wear hats and gloves, and two of them women hold handkerchief. They are standing what may be a park or a garden. They are on a path surrounded by plants and there are trees in the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of Daisy Conner Thompson, Jessie Conner McIntyre and Viola S. Conner posing while attending the Pioneer Picnic at Sycamore Grove Park. They all stand at center and look to the camera. The Conner women stand in a line that extends back and to the left with Viola Conner in front and Daisy Thompson in the back. A patch of grass extends along the left side of the image. At right, small trees and shrubbery extend towards the center, occupying the background.
H. H. West's sister, Nella, sits next to Daisy Conner (right). Both wear flat, straw hats. Ms. West holds her hands in her lap. Ms. Connor holds what may be a jacket on her lap. The water is visible in the background.
(L to R) George M. West, Wilhelmina West, Daisy Conner, Nella West, and Harry Hershey Cooper sit together. Mr. West wears a hat and glasses and holds a cane. Mr. Cooper holds a crutch. Ms. Cooper looks toward Ms. West, while Mrs. West looks toward the camera. There is a tarp-covered object in the left foreground, and another behind Mr. West. There are buildings throughout, including one at the left that has signs on it reading, "obscura pavilion" and "store." Other buildings in the background have signs on them that read, "metropole," "bay view," and "Troy laundry." An American flag flies above the "bay view" sign.
Daisy Conner, the Bendixon sisters, and another woman pose. All of the women wear hats and gloves, and two of them women hold handkerchief. They are standing what may be a park or a garden. They are on a path surrounded by plants and there are trees in the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of Myrtle (Conner) Stockwell, John Stockwell and Daisy Stockwell standing outside the Stockwell's home and engaging in lively conversation. The group stands at the front right corner of the house. The small front porch behind them has white rails and 2 decorative posts. A dormer and crenelated roof cresting sit atop the roof.
H. H. West, Daisy Conner, and Bruce Mussey on a boat. West leans on Ms. Connor, who has her arm around his shoulders. She holds on to her hat, while also holding a handkerchief in the same hand. He wears a flat, straw hat and a striped tie. Another person's arms and legs are visible in the foreground. The sale of the boat is next to Mr. Mussey.