1. This picture is of George Nelson Wyman with his sister Mary Elizabeth Wyman McNutt and her daughter.
George Nelson Wyman was the third generation of his family to operate the farm at the corner of Glen Road
and Oak Street. He never married and lived at 317 Glen Road with his sister and her family.
2. Nelson McNutt, on the right, sits with Christie, an Italian laborer who worked on the Schenck Estate. Nelson was born in 1899 and lived to be 105 years old. Christie lived on Ash Street in one of about a half-dozen shanties with tarpaper roofs. Note the holes in Christie's shoes, and the pipe.
3. Nelson McNutt, Sophie Hamilton, Sophie's daughter May, and Florence, Evelyn, and Mary Elizabeth McNutt pose in front of 317 Glen Road in the early 1920s. Sophie was the cook for Edward Jennings, the farmer next door, who ran a boardinghouse for his farm help.
4. Here is the family's Ford Model T wagon, purchased in 1919.
5. Mary Elizabeth was photographed sitting on her front porch with one of her four daughters.
6. George Nelson Wyman had a horse that he kept in a small barn next to his house. He built the barn
himself with the help of relatives.
7. This is George Otis Wyman. born in 1831. His father, Daniel Wyman, bought the farm on Glen Road in 1850. Their property included three of the four corners at Glen Road and Oak Street. He had two children, George Nelson Wyman and Mary Elizabeth Wyman, who married Charles McNutt. George Otis is pictured sitting on the porch in front of 317 Glen Road. This picture was probably taken about the turn of the century. He died in 1905.
8. Charles McNutt, seated in the center, met he his future bride, Mary Elizabeth Wyman, when he was working at Glen Farm. The couple had five children. He is pictured here with his father-in-law and brother-in-law.
9. George Nelson Wyman raised strawberries as a cash crop and paid neighboring children two cents a box to pick them. The children used the money to buy penny candy. This is a picture of Edith McNutt with Hollis and Jack Wagstaff, sons of the Peirce estate caretaker.