Snow in Westport, CT.
Uncle Bennie (Dr. Benjamin Talbot Babbitt Hyde) organized a group to observe and record technical aspects of the 1925 total eclipse of the sun. He brought the group to a farm near Pleasantville, New York, where they set up telescopes, thermometers, and drawing tables. Two of the boys from Buckley School making temperature readings were Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., and his younger brother, John. Bill Sargent, Billy Alton, and Peter were the representative Boy Scouts.
Beaver fixing dam