Yellow Wings, Uncle John's summer place in Chesham, New
Hampshire, was a large square house with two wings, the westerly of
which shows in the picture. The person in white is Uncle John.
Always room for one more was Uncle John's theory on our
expeditions to Vermont. Here we are setting forth from Walpole, New
Hampshire in Aunt Manie's Ford, November 1919. Left to right, Sally
Robbins, Uncle Ned, unidentified pedestrians, Aunt Manie with a portion
of Teddy behind her, Chandler Robbins and Uncle John. Somehow there was
also room for me.