Transcription from back: “Mrs. Eliza (Spalding) Warren was born at Lapway (Clearwater Co.), Oregon T., now Idaho, Nov. 15th 1837. Daughter of Rev. Henry Harmon Spalding – Pioneer missionary (sent by the Amer. Bd.) of 1836 from N. Y. via the Plains on horseback. Wife of James Warren. Mr. Warren died Nov. 4, 1886.”
Perry H. Raymond, born February of 1848 in Indiana, who arrived in Oregon in 1852. He married Edna Dickinson in Salem, on June 16, 1874. In later life, he worked as a bailiff at the Supreme Court of Oregon. He died October 28, 1924, in San Francisco.
Kate Drew Lyle, born in 1854 in Pennsylvania, who married Eugene C. Protzman in 1876, and resided in Portland. Her husband worked with his brother (F. C. Protzman)at a boot and shoe store, Protzman and DeFrance, located at Third and Alder. Kate and Eugene had three daughters, Edna E., Margaret L., and Kate Lyle Protzman.
Aurelia V. Blain, born December 1849 in Oregon, to Rev. Wilson and Elizabeth Blain. They lived in Linn City, where her father was an editor and Presbyterian preacher. She married Winfield Scott Peters, who was a freight clerk in Albany, on December 7, 1875. Their children were Wilson Webb and Ethlind. Aurelia died in Oakland, California, in 1924, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery in Albany.
Reverse of photo labeled "Mr." Moyer of Brownsville, Oregon. This must be John M. Moyer, who was born in Pennsylvania in 1829 and came west over the plains from Ohio in 1852. He first settled as a carpenter in Clackamas, but moved to Linn County by June 1857, when he married Elizabeth Devine Brown, the daughter of the Hon. Hugh L. Brown, founder of Brownsville. They had three children: Edward D., Hugh B., and Ethel (deceased by 1885). John Moyer became the proprietor of the woolen mills in Brownsville. He died in Brownsville, July 25, 1904.
Margaret Amanda Smith, who married Walter Monteith, a co-founder of Albany, Oregon. She was born in Indiana on February 11, 1829, and came across the plains to Oregon in 1853. She married Walter Monteith on October 18, 1855, and raised their family in Albany. They had four sons: Duncan, Charles, Malcolm, and William.