A black-and-white photograph of two young women, Beatrice Cloman and Beatrice Dedman, sitting in a grassy field. Both women are wearing light-colored dresses. Cloman is wearing glasses and a light-colored hat, and she has some flowers in her lap. Dedman is sitting cross-legged with her boots visible, and in her lap she has a hat with flowers on the brim. The women's names, and the location of the photograph, are handwritten on the right-hand side of the photograph in blue ink: [Beatrice Coleman [sic]/ Beatrice Dedman/ Dermott Ark].
A black-and-white real photograph postcard of a woman sitting in an ox cart at McLeod's Amusement Park, also known as Happy Hollow, in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The woman is wearing a dress, overcoat, cloche hat, hosiery and heels. The cart is made out of logs and planks. The woman is holding the reins to the ox, although the ox appears to be chained in place and is not moving. There is a sign on the cart that reads [TRAVELING - THRU - ARK./ ON - THE - WAY - HOME.] There is a license plate on the proper left side of the wagon, above the wheel, that is partially legible. In the background is a structure overtaken by vines with some partially legible signs, including: [HOTEL - INN/ HOT SPRINGS/ HAPPY HOLLOW] and [OUR SUMMER HOME].