Each day we bring you one stunning little glimpse of history in the form of a historical photograph. Enjoy!
George W. O'Brien, one of the original investors in Spindletop.
Good morning Marie.It is not George Obrien.PJM
Oilman Harry Sinclair
Jim,It is not Oilman Harry Sinclair.The game continues!PJM
I'm going to guess at William Jennings Bryan
Roger,Not William Jennings BryanPJM
Howard Lee Hunt
Not Howard Lee Hunt.Hmmm . . . maybe I have stumped you all.PJM
Is it Jesse James younger brother James James?
Now don't get cocky. The evil Nat Maas hasn't spoken yet.Come on Nat, we are all pulling for you.
At what point do you declare victory? I know I'm stumped. He looks like a wealthy architect or engineer, but that's not getting me anywhere.
It is not Jesse James.I declare victory if no one has gotten in by 7:00 AM Sunday Morning. You have 24 hours to figure out who it is from the time the contest starts.PJM
The nose and mouth look an awful lot like Ethelbert Nevin, turn of the century composer.
Colonel Edwin Drake
It is not NevinIt is not Drake.Looks like this is not as easy as Harriet Tubman!PJM
A young Stanford White?
Civil War commentator David Ross Locke whose unusual pen name was Petroleum V. Nasby
Yeah, what crazy gravy said. LOLI wasn't even headed that direction. Good job. WOW
We have a winner . . . crazygravyYes, it is Civil War commentator David Ross Locke who wrote satire under the pen name of Petroleum V. Nasby. Good Job!
Good job Gravy. Good job PJM for picking a more difficult one than last week.
Roger, thanks for the well wishes. Good job crazygravy - well done!
OK - this is the last time I’m going to try this. I meant NICE hair. I wonder if they had hair gel back then!!Something’s wrong with my web browser - it’s jamming up - sorry.SmartGirl 1953