At the left is Elizabeth A. Humphreys pictured on the front of a postcard addressed to her brother, Asa Eliakim Humphreys, in Casnovia, Michigan. However, the greeting reads "Dear Brothers". The date on the post card cannot be read but judging from her clothing the photo would have been taken in the late 19th Century or early in the Twentieth. She was born in 1876 so she would have been still young. This woman looks to be in her 30s or 40s. The man on the right is her husband, Gene Hutchinson. In her postcard, Elizabeth expresses her regret at missing her brothers when they came back through town and that if she had known they were back, she would have had them for dinner. She tells Asa that she has heard from her sister, Sarah, and that Sarah's baby is now walking. She sends a message to Robert, her brother, saying that she is glad he is home again.