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Photographer U. C. Shock moved his family from Helvetia to Arkansas around 1907 where his daughter Bess met Roscoe East. Roscoe and Bess are standing on the left in the photo.  They were later married and had three children.  Herbert Shock is standing on the left while his mother Mary is seated in front of Bess holding her son Charles.  Rilla Shock is standing on the right.  U. C. Shock later moved his family, less Bess, back to W. Va.
A portrait of man near a small evergreen tree.
Mrs. Halderman was a neighbor of photographer U. C. Shock and his family.
On the left of the tree is Bess Shock and Cinderilla Shock standing in front of her.  Behind the tree is Dan Halderman, a neighbor of the Shock family.  On the right side of the tree is Alma Shock holding baby, Charles R. Shock.  Standing in front of Alma and Charles is brother, Herbert Shock.
Seated left to right:  Gottlieb Farhner (born February 1839 in Zurich, Switzerland; died April 1915); Catherine Christine Lorenz Fahrner (born March 1852 in Wittenburg, Germany); Louisa; Anna.  Standing left to right: Gottlieb; Willie; Mary; Henry; Dan; Ruth; John; Ben.
A portrait of child in a wicker chair against foliage, Helvetia, W. Va.
Man, woman, and girl pose for portrait outdoors.
Man, woman, and three children seated outdoors for a portrait.
A portrait of a couple with children and extended family members; a male and a female are shown holding a banjo and a guitar.
Location of telegraph office is unknown.