Portrait of eighteen female students, with one white woman in center, posed on the school grounds. The caption identifies them as the student group the King's Daughters and also as the Sunshine Scatters. The caption for the National Anthropological Archives copy of the image also identifies them as the Sunshine Scatters, but also names the white woman as Miss. Fisher and provides a date of October 1892.
The school newspapers say that the student group the King's Daughters had four subgroups or "circles," and that one of them was the Sunshine Scatterers. Miss Effie (or Elspeth) Fisher was a employee of the school from 1881 to 1892, and would have been the "lead" of this circle.