The city of Sumner continues to collect historic photographs for a new city history book, but a recent contribution by Carolyn Pasquier requires your help.
The submission depicts men of the Hewitt-Lea-Funck Company around 1920. According to the city website, this company predates Pasquier Panel in Sumner.
There are 31 men shown in the photo and the city has been able to identify two of the men - the rest remain unknown. Can you help?
Email city communications director Carmen Palmer with subject line 'Hewitt Picture.'
Meanwhile, if you have other historic photos of life in Sumner, consider sharing them in the new publication that the Courier-Herald reports is an upcoming installment of Arcadia Publishing's "Images of America" series.
You can drop photos off at City Hall (1104 Maple Street), attention Carmen Palmer, and they'll be scanned and returned to you with a copy of your files digitized.