It’s 1914. The Red Cross here raised funds that year by selling stamps. Here a team of people at the Rochester Public Health Association opens mail. Judging by the pile of bills on the table, they weren’t doing too bad.
The fellow at the far right in this image is Dr. E. G. Whipple. He built our house.
Christmas is coming – you can tell by what’s going on downtown. It’s 1919.
What a city – what a world – that must have been. It’s worth reflecting on how little separates us from that other city, that other time.