Using google, I found a website called genealogyinstlouis.accessgenealogy.com. It has a link called "Early St. Louis Photographers". Open that, and there is a chart of historic St. Louis Photographers and years that they were in business. About 1500 of them! Way more than I thought there would be.
There are no "Heller" photographers on 1010 Olive Street in St. Louis, but there are:
Frederick Keller at 1010A Olive Street in 1910
Thresher and Keller at 1010 A Olive Street in 1900
Goldsmith-Keller at 1012 Olive Street in 1915 and 1919
So, if this picture was taken between 1900 and 1919, and the Joe Kleager was say between the ages of 15 to 25, he would have been born between 1875 and 1900 roughly.
So, back to the list from Part One.
#1 Joseph M my great great grandfather is too old (1816 - 1884)
#2 Joseph Kleager my great grandfather is too old (1850 - 1916)
#3 Joseph Kleager son of August who was son of #1 (1881 - 1952) a maybe
#4 Joseph William Kleagaer son of #2 (1878 - 1963) also a maybe
#5 The "Other" Joseph Kleager married and moved to Arkansas by 1865, too old
#6 Joseph Klager way too old (1796 - 1856)
That leaves #3 or #4. Both were fathers. #3 is a little bit younger, and #4 moved to Nebraska in 1918, and #3 lived in St. Louis. I'm guessing #3, who was a first cousin of #4.
Anyone else think differently?? Any other way to approach this? This is like a sixth grade story problem!
Other input welcome!!
Also, I made a mistake. Brenda Jenkins Kleager lives in Huntsville, Alabama, not Arkansas. Sorry!