Found in a file cabinet in The Bee office was a photograph titled, “The Womanless Wedding.” The Womanless Wedding, according to an internet search, is a traditional community “ritual of inversion” performance, popular in the United States in the early 19th Century. In this comic ritual, the all-male cast would act out all roles of a traditional wedding party, including those of flower girls and the mother of the bride — while dressed in gowns and dresses. The event often raised money for charities, civic organizations, and churches. This photo is dated January 1930, and mounted on poster board. Along the bottom are both names and question marks for the unknown faces. Among the names are Charlie Goodsell, Charles and Paul Cavanaugh, Gramp Beers, Frank Blackman, John Beers, George Canfield, and Alison Smith.