Five men pose in seated positions with the ocean in the background. Three men in the back are wearing hats and suit coats. The man in the back left and the man in the back center both have mustaches and ties. In front of them, two more men are seated lower, with their elbows propped up on the knees of them behind them and legs crossed. The man on the left has a mustache and tie. The man on the right has hair styled with a center part showing in front of his hat.
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Handwritten notes kept with the photograph indicate that these men are (Back, left to right): Tom Powers, Jack Lyons and Wilbur Rice (Front Row, left to right) Jim Powers, Eddie Powers. According to census records, there was a Powers family living in Wilbraham in the early 1900s. James and Tom were brothers, and Edward was their nephew, who died in 1918 during his service in World War 1 and was buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery in Hampden.