1924 snapshot of a woman identified as "Mother", taken at Saint Francis, presumably Saint Francis, Maine, in Aroostook County.
The photograph was found with a collection of photographs, mostly from the Milo, Maine, area, but with at least one taken at Aroostook Falls near Fort Fairfield, Maine, also in Aroostook County,
The photograph above measures approximately 4-1/2" by 2-3/4". Hopefully a reader will recognize the house in the background and, by association, the house where "Mother" is standing.
Below is the photograph of two women, one of them identified as Mrs. Angie Webster, at Aroostook Falls. Angie was Angie E. (Willey) Webster, daughter of John Willey and Hellen M. (Forrest) Willey and then wife of Arthur Stanley Webster, son of Hosea Webster and Mehitable (Davis) Webster.
Perhaps the woman with Angie in the photograph above is the daughter or daughter-in-law of "Mother", as the handwriting appears similar.
More information on Angie E. (Willey) Webster gleaned online: [corrections and additions requested]
ngie E. Willey was born December 3, 1875 at Stewartstown, New Hampshire, the daughter of John Willey and Hellen M. (Forrest) Willey; as noted above, other records show Hellen's given name as Helen and Ellen. On July 15, 1893 at Caribou, Maine, Angie married Arthur Stanley Webster, son of Hosea Webster and Mehitable (Davis) Webster of Limestone, Maine. Arthur was born October 24, 1872.
At some point after the 1910 Census, Angie and Arthur divorced. On November 8, 1914 at North Stratford, New Hampshire, Angie married James Edwin Peers, son of Abel and Olive (Tilley) Peers. James indicated on his marriage record that he was five years younger than Angie, but he was actually born February 5, 1888.
Angie died in 1930 and is buried in the Webster Cemetery at Limestone, Maine. Her widower James married Dorothy M. Cook in 1933; they later divorced. James died in 1973 at Groveton, New Hampshire; he's also buried in the Webster Cemetery at Limestone, Maine.