Three individuals sit in the County Clerks office. Alice Beckwith is sitting in the foreground, with her head bent down and wearing a checker patterned dress and eyeglasses. Sitting directly behind her is Charles E. Clark, with his head bent down looking at the paper documents in his hands. He is wearing a dark suit jacket and light colored pants. Across the table is a young women, Ada Gale (later Edwards). She is wearing a dark dress with a high collar and writing in a book sitting on the table in front of her.; Verso In blue ink, 'Mrs. Bickworth - Co. Clerk, Charles Clark - Deputy, Ada Gale - Deputy Co. Clerks office 1898 - 1899.'