[Carry Nation sitting]

[Carry Nation sitting]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of a tintype image of Carry Nation. Nation is wearing a dark dress with white scarf at collar. She has a long jacket over dress. A dark colored bonnet is covering her dark hair. She has wire rimmed eyeglasses. Nation is seated and is holding something (Bible?) in her hands. Portrait ends just below knees. Scanned image is of the copy. Dimensions are of the copy.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Carry Nation sitting on her porch]

[Carry Nation sitting on her porch]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Carry Nation sitting on her porch. Nation is wearing a dark dress with a jacket draped over her shoulders. She has a white scarf tied into a bow at her neck. Nation, who is wearing wire rimmed glasses, has her dark hair pulled into a soft bun. Nation is sitting in a wooden chair(with her hands in her lap) on her front porch. A porch post is directly behind her. A ladder extended from ground to the roof can be seen in the background. Photograph is mounted in an oval on a black cardboard mat. Matte is textured and has textured oval around the perimeter of the photograph. Stamped on the back: PLAINFIELD GRAMMAR SCHOOL, PLAINFIELD, CONNECTICUT, L.S. MILLS, PRINCIPAL. Matte is torn on left and is stained. Image dimensions are: 8.2 cm X 12.7 cm
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Anna Butcher, sister of Carry Nation.]

[Anna Butcher, sister of Carry Nation.]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Color photograph of Anna Butcher, sister of Carry Nation. Butcher is wearing a white skirt, with a hemline just below her knees, with long white over blouse and a white jacket. Her white shoes have darker colored ribbons on the insteps. She is wearing a long chain and has a cameo brooch pinned at the point of her vee neck collar. Butcher has graying hair pulled loosely back and she is wearing dark rimmed glasses. She has a ring on her left hand. Butcher is standing next to a small topped pedestal table. Back of photograph in pen reads: "Aunt Anna Butcher - Los Angeles, California. Sister to Carry Nation. She was my great aunt." (note: possibly aunt of donor C. O. Foerster, Jr.)
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Carry Nation holding a hatchet]

[Carry Nation holding a hatchet]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph (copy) of Carry Nation. Nation, wearing a dark dress with white bib front and dark hat, is holding an open bible in her left hand and a hatchet in her right hand. Fence in background. Scanned image is of the copy. Dimensions below are of copy. Photograph was purchased from the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Carry Nation seated in a chair]

[Carry Nation seated in a chair]

Date: 1905
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Carry Nation. Nation is seated in a wooden chair and she is holding an open book. She has dark hair (partially gray) and is wearing wire-rimmed eyeglasses. She has on a white long-sleeved dress with white lace ruffle across the neckline and front of dress. Fireplace mantle in left background. Window in right background. Photograph is (framed) enclosed in a gray cardboard folder. Bottom of matte portion of folder has a white label that has black printing that says: "Your loving home defender, Carry A. Nation." Image dimensions are: 12.4 cm X 7.2 cm.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Charlie Gloyd, Carry Nation's first husband.]

[Charlie Gloyd, Carry Nation's first husband.]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Tintype image of Charlie Gloyd, Carry Nation's first husband. Gloyd, whose hair is parted on the side and has a well-trimmed beard, is wearing a three piece suit with white shirt and bow tie. He is seated in a chair (back of chair can barely be seen to the left). Portrait ends just below the waist.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Carry Nation with her grandchildren and her husband]

[Carry Nation with her grandchildren and her husband]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Carry Nation with her grandchildren and her husband, David Nation. The group is standing on several levels of a rock ledge. Rock embankment in background. Carry, the third person from the left, is standing with an open book in her hands. Carry, who has graying hair parted in center and pulled back in bun, is wearing wire rimmed eyeglasses. She is wearing a white dress with ruffled collar. David Nation is the sixth person from the left. David, who is standing, is balding and also wears eyeglasses. He is wearing a dark jacket and pants. The photograph is mounted on a brown cardboard matte. The matte is worn at edges.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Photograph of Carry Nation standing near a  table.]

[Photograph of Carry Nation standing near a table.]

Date: 1890
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Carry Nation. Nation is standing next to a round wooden table. She is holding an open book in her hands. Nation, who has graying hair pulled up into a bun and wears eyeglasses, is wearing a white dress with buttons that extend from her left shoulder to her thigh. The dress has long sleeves and a bow at the collar. The portrait ends at the knees. The photograph is mounted on a gray cardboard matte with bevel trim around rectangle of picture. Bottom of matte reads: WHITE 1261 BROADWAY N.Y. Image dimensions are: 10 cm X 14.1 cm
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
Carry Nation at her Cave in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

Carry Nation at her Cave in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

Date: 1900
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard image of Carry Nation at her Cave in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
[Carry Nation's home, Eureka, Springs, Arkansas.]

[Carry Nation's home, Eureka, Springs, Arkansas.]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard image of Carry Nation's home, Eureka, Springs, Arkansas. Photo taken from hilltop partially seen on right of white, wooden, two and a half story house. Has second story balcony with railing. Two chimneys seen on roof top.
Contributing Partner: Fort Bend Museum
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