In this photograph, we see a young but full garden with a white house in the background. While we aren't certain of who took this photo, this space bears a striking similarity to another photograph from Fred Bodin's collection, one that is attributed to his grandmother, Alice Curtis. For this reason, we think there's a good chance that Alice took this photograph too. Alice was a photographer in Gloucester, Massachusetts during the turn of the century, a time when women weren't encouraged to explore the real fine arts. Since she was discouraged from painting, Alice took up photography instead.