George Howard Reed was Warren Augustus Reed's cousin. Born in 1854. He was the son of George Washington Reed, a Fire and Marine insurance agent who lived in this imposing structure at 320 Shawmut Avenue, Boston. I have no picture of George.
Warren Reed was born in East Boston in 1851, Harvard class of 1875, was a lifelong outdoorsman with a wide interest in natural history. He became the leading attorney of the booming shoe industry in Brockton, and later was a judge in the Police Court.
Henry K Burrison was from Newton, Massachuse
On the internet we find
Henry Kingsbury, b. Framingham, Mass., 15th April, 1849; graduated from Institute of Technology in 1874; m. Frances Ingalls Dayley, of Boston, 26th June, 1880; she d. 1st Sept., 1882; m. for second wife, — June, 1884, Hattie Child, of West Newton: he is a teacher and naturalist in the Institute of Technology, Boston; lived in West Newton, Mass., in 1888.
THE AMERICAN ANGLER'S BOOK EMBRACING
the Natural History of Sporting Fish
AND THE ART OF TAKING THEM
1864 "Anglers from the States uniformly meet with kindness amongst the Blue noses there is an inbred urbanity amongst those of French descent however humble their sphere in life which is always pleasantly remembered One of the most agreeable days I ever spent was a quiet Sabbath amongst these primitive people the families of my canoe men I have inserted this little vignette fancying that it bears some resemblanc
e to John Chamberlain it at least expresses his fashion of wearing his hat"
Nothing else seems to be known of Joe Vienno