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  Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[Nannie Sleeper Evans Holding a Baby]

[Nannie Sleeper Evans Holding a Baby]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Nannie Caroline Sleeper Evans seated in a wicker chair and holding an infant Nancy Claire Willis in her lap. They are outdoors, just outside of the Evans family home in Waco, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[Nannie Sleeper Evans Holding a Baby]

[Nannie Sleeper Evans Holding a Baby]

Date: 1928
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of an elderly Nannie Caroline Sleeper Evans holding an infant (Nancy Claire Willis) in her arms. Nannie is visible from the waist up and is wearing several layers and a dark-colored hat; the baby is wearing a light-colored dress, bonnet, and booties and is smiling at the camera. There are plants visible in the background. The corners on the left side of the photograph are cut off.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[Parker Family Home in Abilene]

[Parker Family Home in Abilene]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the first two-story frame house in Abilene, Texas, located on the corner of South 2nd Street and Butternut Street. It was the home of Robert Henry Parker. A white picket fence borders the property.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[Parker Family Home in Abilene]

[Parker Family Home in Abilene]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the first two-story frame house in Abilene, Texas, located on the corner of South 2nd Street and Butternut Street. It was the home of Robert Henry Parker. A group of people, believed to be the Parker family, are gathered on the covered porch.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[The Parker Place in Lexington]

[The Parker Place in Lexington]

Date: unknown
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of a facade of a red-brick Italian Villa-style house known as Parker Place. It was once the home of Robert Parker and Elizabeth Porter Parker. It is located at 511 West Short Street in Lexington, Kentucky.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[The Parker Place in Lexington]

[The Parker Place in Lexington]

Date: unknown
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of Parker Place, an Italian Villa-style house that belonged to Robert Parker and Elizabeth Porter Parker. It is located at 511 West Short Street in Lexington, Kentucky. In front of the house is a well-manicured lawn.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[The Parker Place in Lexington]

[The Parker Place in Lexington]

Date: unknown
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of a red-brick Italian Villa-style house known as Parker Place. A sign in the front yard boasts the name and address. It was once the home of Robert Parker and Elizabeth Porter Parker. It is located at 511 West Short Street in Lexington, Kentucky.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[The Pederson Family]

[The Pederson Family]

Date: 19uu
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Pederson family, including Laura, Alvida, Minnie, Palmer, Selmer, Pete, Norman, Inge, Emil, Julia, Ina, and Polly Pederson. A few of them stand in the back, but most of them sit. There are four children and a baby. Several of them wear matching clothes.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[The Pederson Sisters]

[The Pederson Sisters]

Date: 1933
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Pederson sisters, including Helen Jackson, Laura Rabin, Alvida Colwick, Minnie Gustafson, Polly Lomax, and Ina Wylie. They sit in front of an automobile.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis
[Pentecost Kneeler]

[Pentecost Kneeler]

Date: 1984
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of a Pentecost Kneeler given by Todd Bradford Willis to the First United Methodist Church in Waco in honor of his brother David Willis. A rendering of a dove with wings spread occupies the center of the kneeler. To the left is a lit menorah, to the right is a red and gold censer with blue and grey wisps of smoke coming from it.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. Bradford Willis