The first, above, is a fabulous photograph of 5 men taken during the winter. It must have been a rather mild day as one man has his coat unbuttoned and another isn't wearing a coat. One man has his shovel at the ready. There's something in front of the man at right, but I can't quite make it out. They're standing on either a light snow cover or packed snow.
The next photograph shows a middle-aged man in his Sunday go-to-meeting attire.
The third shows a middle aged man posed among some fancy props. What sets this photograph apart is that, on reverse, not shown, is a photographer's stamp: "Frazier, Eastport, Maine"
Whether any or all of these men are Pendletons or not, I don't know. But if they are, they may be related to the original Pendletons who moved from the Rhode Island/Connecticut area in the 1700s to Islesboro, Maine. Some then moved on to Charlotte County, New Brunswick.
If you have a theory as to the identity of any of these men, please leave a comment or contact me directly.