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The sign in the window says Attorney at Law.
Ada is the one seated.
"For Ada May, Billy when one week old."
"Picture copied from tintype.  This picture was taken at Webster Springs during the summer of 1883.  The three in the front row are Davy Byers and wife and Frank L. Johnson.  Isaac V. Johnson and wife and J.M. Woodford are in second row.  I do not know the lady on father's right and in rear of mother.  I do not know the two ladies and gentleman in rear.  Who knows the ones not known to me?"  L. Johnson  "The lady on father's right is Miss Albina Morrall, daughter of L.D. Morrall, of this place.  The lady in the rear of mother is Miss Anna Manley, probably from Marion County.  The one to the left of J.M. Woodford is his wife, and the two back of Mrs. Woodford are William Robinson and his daughter, Miss Mollie.  William or "Uncle Billy" as we all knew him, was the father of Judge Ira E. Robinson, now on the radio board of the nation."  A.S. Poling
The photo was taken at Stewart and Wise Photographers located at Mannington, W. Va.
The back of the photo card says that the photo was taken at D.J. Wilkes Artistic Photography at Baltimore, Maryland.
The card the photo is attatched to says that the photo was taken by The Fair, located at 6th and Race.
There is a raised emblem on the cardstock the photo is mounted on.
The envelope that accompanies this photo says, "To our hostess Mrs. Ira E. Robinson from Mrs. W.L. Fordyce."
This post card says "Dear Ada May:  This is little William Robinson and his papa.  It was taken William was three weeks old.  You must stop and see him on your way home.  With love, Jeddy"
This is little William Robinson being held by a nurse.  He was just three weeks old when this photo was taken.
The photo says it was taken by Palace Studios of Grafton, W. Va.
Reads, "Dearest Ida, We are all well and happy.  Have missed you dreadfully.  It is very cool here today.  Will write tomorrow.  Sincerely, Ada."  It is dated August 4th of 1903.
Ada Robinson is on the right.