These two tots in the toolies are the Brown kids. The father was a plumber and played the clarinet in the popular Wagner’s Band. Western Mill is beyond and Capitol Hill on the horizon. The Westlake Trestle, before the landfill hear, created this protect southwest corner of the lake, which on the evidence of the Brown negatives – several – was a popular bay for summer sports. I used this image on the cover of my first “now and then” book. It has been very very good to me. (You can inspect/read it in this blogs library or bookstore attached with its own button. And you can do the same with Vols. 2 & 3 and several more books.