Photograph of an older man identified on reverse as James Morrell Larrabee. The photograph was taken by the Reynolds studio of Gardiner, Maine.
The identification also has two dates: 1883 and 1901. James Morrell Larrabee lived to 1910, so 1901 was likely the year the photograph was taken.
From online research, hopefully correct:
James Morrell Larrabee was born 4 December 1833 at Wales, Maine, the son of Daniel and Sabrina (Ricker) Larrabee, born at Wales, Maine, and Milton, New Hampshire, respectively.
His paternal grandparents were John and Susanna (Andrews) Larrabee. His maternal grandparents were Elias and Mary Morrell (Wetherell) Ricker.
On 18 September 1856, James Morrell Larrabee married Priscilla Woodward, daughter of Amos and Nancy Woodward of Winthrop, Maine. It's possible that Nancy's maiden name was Muzzy, but any record I found of the children of Amos and Nancy (Muzzy) Woodward did not include a Priscilla.
If Priscilla was the daughter of Amos and Nancy (Muzzy) Woodward, she had a brother, Amos Walton Woodward, who moved to Illinois and founded the Woodward Governor Company.
The couple raised a family of six children at Gardiner, Maine, where James Morrell Larrabee worked in education, in farming, at carpentry and, finally, as a Judge. Read a short biography of the life of James Morrell Larrabee here, in the Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens of the State of Maine, 1903, which contains an exact copy of the photograph shown above.
- Edgar Willis Larrabee, born 19 January 1860 at Gardiner, Maine; m. Lula G. Abbott
- Harry E. Larrabee, born 26 May 1862; m. Lizzie Idella Danforth
- Daniel Larrabee, born 22 October 1863; m. Nettie E. Morse
- Edith Maud Larrabee, born 7 February 1872, a twin
- Helen Woodward Larrabee, born 7 February 1872, a twin
- Austin Park Larrabee, born 26 January 1878; m. Winona Jones