Pastimes – Fun with friends
The Bigelow children enjoyed a wide variety of friends and social activities. The images on this page show some of the many get-togethers they experienced as young adults in the early 20th century.
Group photo of unidentified men and women posing in white cloth hats and aprons in front of a house. Margaret Bigelow top row second from left.
Margaret Bigelow left with three unidentified women in summer white clothing in woodland setting, possibly Priest Point Park
Men and women on beach front posing with tree branches. Margaret Bigelow second from left. Likely Priest Point Park
Beachfront view - Four women (Margaret Bigelow at far left) seated on a rock with another unidentified woman next to the rock. Possibly Priest Point Park
Group of men, women and children at a table at waterfront summer camp. Margaret Bigelow 4th from left top row.
Beach front group of four women and one man. Margaret Bigelow second from left.
Margaret Bigelow, third from left with two unidentified men and two unidentified women (in summer white clothing)—appears to be at Priest Point Park—dock in the background.
Summer beachfront unidentified group photo posing on a large snag, probably Priest Point Park
Two images of beach front activities showing men, women and children
Digitization and posting of these images from the Bigelow House Collection funded through the Pendleton & Elisabeth Carey Miller Charitable Foundation.
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