An unidentified elderly man playing a fiddle in a barn. The subject seems to know what he's doing with the instrument, but his awkward posture, leaning on straw in a barn, implies he's tired and resting. The accompanying poem is the full version of that quoted on the Jimmy Dyer card, so is this some sort of cover version, trading in on the sales of the Jimmy Dyer card. Is this a studio mock-up, or is this man another genuine character?
From the Reg Hall Collection.