Members of the St. John's Episcopal Church Ladies Glee Club gather around fellow member Agnes Miner as she plays the upright piano. Standing from left to right: Jennie Goddard, Effie Lawrence, Mrs. Patten, Lula Hogan, Ada Stewart, Hattie Moon and Carrie Condon. The women hold sheet music titled "Vocal Echoes." Lace and sheer curtains cover the windows and a portrait of a man and a woman in a gilt frame hangs over the piano. A mandolin, a seashell, a plate, and other portraits are atop the piano, which is draped with a fringed, brocade coverlet. A guitar leans against the piano.
Music room in the Charles A. and Martha (Silverthorn) Finding's home on Main Street, Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1893. The floral carpeted room features patterned wallpaper hung with framed pictures adorned with scarves. A large portrait of daughters Agnes, Clara Ada and Charline serves as a focal point on the wall. A rectangular lamp table is centered in the room and chairs are placed along the walls. Other decorative items include framed pictures supported on easels, a fan made of peacock feathers, seashells, a vase with cattails, and tasseled table runners and cloths. The curved side of a square grand piano can be seen in the foreground.
Well-dressed young women and one young man pose with dogs on the covered front porch of Judge Marshall and Agnes (Ralston) Silverthorn's house on Main Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1910s. The two women sitting on the porch's lower steps may be the Silverthorn's granddaughters, Agnes Eleanor Finding (left, in a contrasting vertical stripe dress and cradling a small dog) and her sister Charline Antoinette (right, wearing a dark dress with white paneled front and a large brimmed hat with white plumes). Between them, sitting on the top step, is a girl holding a puppy on her lap and a large dog. Another woman sits on a chair by the front door, her gloved hands folded across her lap. A bicycle leans against a chair in the lawn.
Studio portrait of Agnes (Finding) Miner of Breckenridge, Colorado, and daughter of Charles and Martha (Silverthorn) Finding. The print is mounted in a tri-fold grey-green paper enclosure with "Cooley Denver" embossed on one front panel.
Studio portrait photograph of Agnes Eleanor Finding, daughter of Charles and Martha (Silverthorn) Finding. She wears a bow high in her hair. Handwritten on the reverse is "Mrs. Agnes Miner (?) Breckenridge". Circa 1880s-1890s.
The Finding residence on North Main Street, Breckenridge. Charles stands beside the open gate and his wife Martha holds the reins of a horse on the front lawn. Their daughters, Charline Antoinette "Tonnie" (in dark dress) and Agnes (wearing a striped dress under a white pinafore) stand on the street side of the fence. Laying on the ground between them are two dogs, probably the family's pets. An unpainted picket fence encloses the tree-covered property and in the front yard is a large water fountain.