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Photograph shows people, animals and buildings of Kennett, California sometime between 1888 and 1890. Background Left: first Kennett Hotel and to the right first Kennett store (owned and operated by Bernhard Golinsky. Foreground seated: left to right: 1. Bernard Golinsky (about 48 years old), 2. Rosa Jaffe Golinsky (Bernards' wife), 3. a niece, possibly named Martha, 4. Henrietta Golinsky, later Mrs. Charles Gaus of San Francisco, 5. Jake Golinsky, later postmaster of Keswick, married Flora Rich of San Francisco. Behind Jake (in hat) white shirt, black vest, is Mathew Clendenan (age 36 in 1900) who discovered the Golinsky Mine(s). Others unknown.