These four friends posed for portraits together on August 3, 1895, at Draper’s Studio in Bridgton, Maine. An inscription on the back identifies them as Clau [Clan?], Nan, Beth and Frank. Someone decided that a box of Stevens Confectionery chocolates would make a fun prop. Later, someone used a pen to draw a sign at the bottom of the photo that says “Keep off the Grass.” These four must have known each other well.