Photograph of Senator Cornelius Cole with his daughter and son (NM Prister?) in Hollywood, [s.d.]. Three individuals stand linked, arm-to-arm. At the center is the Senator's daughter, dressed in a floral hat and decorative cape with a string of pearls hanging from her neck. To her right, the Senator's son stands in a finely-pressed jacket and vest along with a bow tie. He himself seems past middle-age, perhaps in his mid-fifties, and sports a white mustache. He holds his hat at his side. To his daughter's left, the elderly Senator Cole himself stands, a hand over the midsection of his long coat, balding at the top of his head, sporting a grisly white beard. He also holds his hat. The glass pane on the door behind them to their left reads "1101 Security Trust and Savings Bank / Hours [...]". The face of another man, in glasses, is just barely visible in the background shadows. Photoprint reads: "Mrs. McLain -- son the head of the Old Age Pension later married Hatfield, 'the rainmaker'...and daughter Alma Prister. So of fountain in Normandie W. side".