An albumen print mounted on a stereograph-sized card mount depicting a woman identified as Mrs. Whitaker and eleven (11) children. They are all siting on a wooden porch outside of a wooden building and looking at the camera. The two eldest children sit at the left frame on one side of a post, while the rest of the children sit in a row on the other side of the post. Mrs. Whitaker sits in a chair behind the long row of children nursing an infant. The image is mounted on orange cardboard that is pale pink on the reverse. A yellow paper label is adhered at the verso center with handwritten and printed text in black ink identifying the photographer, place, title, and number.
A cabinet card with an albumen print of three (3) unidentified women and seven (7) unidentified children posed on the porch of a wooden house. The women all sit in chairs, with one woman seated at the right background alone. The other two women are surrounded by the children who are seated and standing, with one young child in the lap of one of the women. The building is surrounded by a swept yard and a rough-hewn fence. The title "Folks Al [sic] Home" is imprinted in the lower left facing side of the image. The photographer's name and address are printed in black ink on the reverse of the gray card mount, with an additional handwritten inscription on the back with the name Herman Barthmaier.
A reddish-brown photograph of a woman with two children in Georgia. The image shows a small log house with a picket fence in front. The fence has a gate which is open. A tree is on the right side of the photograph. Behind the gate is the front door of the cabin with three steps leading up to the door. The two children are sitting on the top step. A girl wearing a dark colored dress is sitting on the left and a boy wearing lighter colored clothing sits on the right. Both children are barefoot. A woman wearing a light colored dress with a dark colored top and a headscarf is standing behind the children in the doorway to the house. All three people are looking at the camera. There is a window to either side of the door; the one on the right side of the image is missing several panes and a light colored material is hanging in the corner. Printed vertically in black ink on the left side of the photograph is “FROM Clark’s.” Printed in black ink on the back of the photograph is “H.S. CLARK / Photographer / THOMASVILLE, GA.”