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  Partner: Price Johnson Family Collection
 Resource Type: Photograph
 Collection: Texas Cultures Online
[The Antioch Church in Palestine, Texas]

[The Antioch Church in Palestine, Texas]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Antioch Church in Palestine, Texas. The church is comprised of two red brick buildings with a small steeple protruding from the roof of one of the buildings. A sign that says, "The Antioch Church" is just outside the building in front of some bushes. Right outside the buildings is a small parking lot. According to accompanying information, Sam Price was one of the church's founders.
Contributing Partner: Price Johnson Family Collection
[Broad View of Price Cemetery]

[Broad View of Price Cemetery]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a portion of Price Cemetery in Palestine, Texas. The cemetery grounds are largely made up of red dirt and small, spare patches of grass. A small number of headstones are visible in the distance. Verdant trees are visible in the distance.
Contributing Partner: Price Johnson Family Collection
[Former Property of Samuel Price]

[Former Property of Samuel Price]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a portion of land once owned by Samuel Price. There are numerous trees on the land. The large oak tree on the left was planted by Sam Price, the former slave, over 119 years ago. On the right is a small, pentagon-shaped sign with the numbers 3723 on it.
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[A Grave Plot in Price Cemetery]

[A Grave Plot in Price Cemetery]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a grave plot within Price Cemetery in Palestine, Texas. The plot, which is located in an area devoid of grass and is mostly red dirt, has been sectioned off by cinder blocks into a rectangular shape. A small placard is embedded at the foot of the area.
Contributing Partner: Price Johnson Family Collection
[Group of Businesspeople in Front of Chalkboard]

[Group of Businesspeople in Front of Chalkboard]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of African-American businesspeople. The group consists of Vera Cummings Nash, who is seated in the first row, third person from the left, and three other women seated at a desk. Nine men stand in a row behind the women. There is a large chalkboard behind the group inscribed with a chart that is entitled "If you can bear The Cross you can wear The Crown" at the very top. One woman is poised holding a pen as if writing in the open book in front of her. There is a handwritten note at the front of the photograph that reads, "Hartfield foto".
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[H.L. Price and Sammie Hatch at the Farmer and Citizen's Bank]

[H.L. Price and Sammie Hatch at the Farmer and Citizen's Bank]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of H.L. Price and Sammie Hatch standing inside the town bank. H.L. Price, the bank cashier, is standing in a protected area which has been sectioned off as the cashier area. It has a door and is made of wood and wire caging. Sammie Hatch is standing outside of the cashier's area with his hand on his hip.
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Head Cornerstone at Antioch Baptist Church

Head Cornerstone at Antioch Baptist Church

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the head cornerstone of Antioch Baptist Church in Palestine, Texas. The stone bears the names of several people, including Reverend William Duncan, the pastor at the time of the cornerstone setting. Other names include: W. Bragg, Samuel Price, and John Dickerson, who are the trustees, and W. Freeman, the builder. Also on the stone is the date of construction.
Contributing Partner: Price Johnson Family Collection
[Headstone of Addie Price]

[Headstone of Addie Price]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the headstone marking the grave of Addie Price. The marker is a simple, rectangular vertical slab set into a two-tiered platform. Etched on front is Addie Price's name; beneath her name is her birth date, August 3, 1862, and her death date, August 13, 1910. The words "AT REST" are etched into the platform below the top stone. According to accompanying information, she was the wife of Tony Price, who was Sam and Mary Price's son.
Contributing Partner: Price Johnson Family Collection
[Headstone of Azilea and Ben Price]

[Headstone of Azilea and Ben Price]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the shared tombstone of Azilea D. Price and Ben F. Price. It features a floral border etched at the top. The family name has its own rectangular recessed area at the center of the tombstone; below the family name are the individuals' names, both of which are also confined in their own recessed rectangles. The name on the left, Azilea D., is accompanied her birth date, Feb. 15, 1888. The name on the right, Ben F., is followed by his birthdate, Jan. 15, 1883, and his death date, June 28, 1961. Below the pair of names is the quotation, "The Lord is my shepherd I shall not want."
Contributing Partner: Price Johnson Family Collection
[Headstone of Carter L. Price]

[Headstone of Carter L. Price]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the headstone marking the grave of Carter L. Price. The marker is tall and made of gray-colored stone. Etched on the front below Carter L. Price's name are the following words: "Died June 18, 1914. Aged 61 years." The rest of the words are illegible. According to accompanying information, he was born in December 1863. He was also the son of Sam and Mary Price.
Contributing Partner: Price Johnson Family Collection
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