This rustic hunting campsite photograph was provided by the granddaughter of George Urlin, Grandview Heights entrepreneur and pioneering developer.

Urlin and his business associates were responsible for laying out much of what would become the original Grandview village.

Urlin is seen reclining in the foreground with his dog and shotgun, with his wife, Alice, standing on the left with her gun. The other individuals are not identified, but the man wearing an apron standing near the camp stove is assumed to be domestic servant.

The large hanging buck waiting to be dressed suggests Urlin was a serious hunter as well as a businessman.

The location and date of the photograph are not known but presumed to date prior to 1900.