Nobody was ever identified in the picture. In addition to those gathered in front of the building, which was used by A. Estroff's Soperton Hardware, others stood looking from today's Soperton Pharmacy building. Notice the wooden well curb, typical of its time, almost in the middle of the road.
We did our best to determine the location where the photographer set his camera, most likely on a tripod and asked the CrowMart Crew to stand in the middle of the street where the old city well once stood. Only the fearless took us up on the offer: Buddy Byrd, Grahl Moxley (aka Little Crow), and Crow Moxley. Kennon Peebles and Scrubby Barnhill went into hiding. Grahl paid Crow $5 for a red vest for me to wear as some of the traffic was not slowing down to 35 mph.
William A. Ricks
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