Say 'cheese' — At the turn of the century, there were at least three photographers working in Belfast: William L. Hall, Charles R. Coombs and Adrian Tuttle. This photographer, standing in the intersection of High and Main streets, remains a mystery, as does the identity of the photographer who took his photo. The image shows us the variety of businesses located in the stores on High Street, from Main to City Hall. At the corner is the Dinsmore Shoe Store, Wholesale and Retail, followed by the People’s Market, the American Express office, Belfast Age Job Printing, and the Boston 5 and 10 cent store. Also shown is a store selling crockery and toys and dolls. Even more interesting: All those going by in their horse-drawn wagons and carriages are looking into the camera.