Original is a tintype: Two grown men, one seated and one standing. Man at left is standing with his left arm on his brother's shoulder. He is wearing a three piece suit, white shirt (possibly), a tie and pin. He is also wearing a watch chain and a ring. He has a straight brim hat with a short crown. The seated gentleman is dressed the same as his brother including the watch chain. His had is also straight brim but has a higher crown. Neither man is smiling and the seated gentleman has a short beard. Their clothes appear to have been made by hand.
NOTE: Photo #1 is the original tintype (very dark); Photo #2 is restored
|Number of images||2|
|Title||Harrison Brothers: Thomas O and Cornelius Harrison (2 photos)|
|Collection||Milling - Harrison Brothers - Cornelius Gooding & Thomas Ogle|
Harrison, Thomas Oglesby (l)
Harrison, Cornelius Gooding (r)
Exhibit Material: Tintype of two Harrison brothers, flour millers, who prospected in California in 1859 but returned to Belleville.
Thomas Oglesby Harrison 1827-1863
Cornelius Gooding Harrison 8130-1904
Also part of this record is Cornelius by himself see 2000.001.0-63A.