Private Eastlack had many professions ... one being soldier, a tinner (worked at C. Johnson and Sons in the 5 Commercial block of Green Street) and also a shoemaker (employed by Youngman and Co. at 105 S. Washington St.). Mr. Eastlack survived until 1917 (age 74) and was an elder in the First Christian Church.
|Eastlack is in the middle of the front (5th from left) row holding his hat. Captain H. H. Talbot is the 2nd from the left with the long beard. These are Civil War Veterans and the Women's Relief Corps at a GAR picnic in 1915.|