This is an interesting photo. There are 3 men, all dressed to the hilt, including gloves. They look to be in their 30s, the one sitting on the left maybe even a little younger. The clothing indicates they were doing well for themselves and had (or at least aspired to) some social standing.
What makes this really interesting though is what is written on the back.
The man sitting on the left is identified as F.W. Baker, Medical Arts Co., Wenatchee, Wash. There is also a PHC - 90 in the description, but I don't know what that means.
The man sitting on the right is identified as W.H. (Belva) Lockwood, 41 Hull Street, Coldwater, Mich.
Whoever wrote this was not sure who the man standing is, but it is either a Dr. Parkinson, or a Dr. A. S. Rogers, both from Saginaw, Mich. Whoever the man standing is, he was described as "now dead".
I have no idea who wrote this information, or when they wrote it.
So if you like to search out people in old photos and find their stories, there is a lot here to go on. Just a note - there was a Belva Lockwood who was woman involved with women's rights in the 19th century. I don't know if that Belva Lockwood has anything to do with the "Lockwood" in this photo.
This is a cropped portion of a cabinet card - the mounting is not in great shape, tho the photo itself is just fine. The phographer's name was Gibson, of Ann Arbor, and I'm assuming it is the Ann Arbor in Michigan, but the state is missing.
The person who wrote all that info neglected to put a date on it, but we're pretty sure this photo is from the 1890s.