A. L. and Edith Parkers' oldest daughter Eunice (Parker) Cliff was only ever at Strawberry Point, or Gustavus on the rarest of occasions. She was married to Fred Cliff in Skagway, Alaska in 1913 by the Presbyterian traveling missionary Rev. Good. This is the same Good Family that moved to Strawberry Point in 1916 and were neighbors (across the Taggart River) to the Abraham Parkers.
Eunice spent most of her life in the Northwest where she had a get-a-way ranch "the camp" that family loved to spend time at.
Almost immediately after her Skagway wedding, the A. L. Parker family moved lock, stock, and barrel to the Douglas, Alaska area before moving to Strawberry Point in 1917.
This photo is believed to have been taken when Eunice came to Gustavus in about 1933 to accompany her ailing father (A. L. Parker) to the Oregon and Washington area for needed medical care.
In Photo Lt. to Rt. Henrietta White (about 16 yrs. old), Edith Parker (all 4' 10" of her), Charles "Charlie" Parker, Eunice Cliff, and Leslie "Les" Parker.
Note: The Taggart River was later named the Good River as a namesake to the Good Family who left Strawberry Point, Alaska for Killisnoo, Alaska in 1919.