This is a photo of Polly Holladay's restaurant at 135-137 MacDougal Street in New York's Greenwich Village. The young woman sitting at the table in the foreground in the white blouse was Virginia Noah Forrest who was the third wife of Berkeley Tobey. They were married from about 1916-18. Shortly after they split up Tobey married Dorothy Day. They were married for about a year, during which time they went to Europe where Dorothy wrote her autobiographical novel, "The Eleventh Virgin." Dorothy undoubtedly knew this restaurant. It was Polly Holladay's son Louis, who upon deliberately taking a drug over dose while sitting in Romany Marie's Saloon near Sheridan Square with Dorothy Day, Charles Demuth, Eugene O'Neill and Agnes Boulton, died in Dorothy's arms.