Portrait of five members of a fife and drum corps, possibly from the Grand Army of the Republic. The men are seated outdoors, possibly on the back of a truck. The man at left, William Henry Brooks, served in the Union Army during the Civil War. He played the drum he is holding as part of the drum corps during President Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession. Brooks moved to Oregon in 1908. Painted on the drum is the text “W. H. BROOKS. PORTLAND, ORE. / CO, i. / 14TH iOWA iNF. [sic].” The other four men in the photograph are unidentified.