An 8"x10" glass plate negative, portrait photograph of ten members of the Curtis M. Ball family, David City, Nebraska. The father is wearing a mustache, dark three-piece suit, white shirt and dark bow tie, sitting in a wooden chair. The mother is wearing a dark gored skirt with belt and dark long-sleeve blouse with ruffle trim on the bodice placket and around the sleeve cuff, with a stand collar and small brooch. Sitting in a chair beside her is a girl wearing a plaid dress with black velvet collar and cuffs on the elbow-length sleeves, a chain with locket around her neck and two large ribbon bows in her hair. Also sitting in front is a boy wearing a double-breasted suit, shirt with stiff collar and small bow tie. A girl wearing a white dress with gathered skirt, belted waist, wide bodice ruffles, necklace with locket and a large ribbon bow on each side of her head is standing in the center. Behind her are two men wearing suits with white shirts and ties and three women wearing a variety of dark dresses with necklaces.