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Description: Photograph of two small children standing at the front of a car on a wooden bridge. They are leaning together and looking towards the camera. There is another person sitting in the car behind the wheel. Notes on the back of the photograph describe the location of the scene and state that Rube Sherwood is the mother of the children pictured.
Description: Photograph of a cotton yard at the Wellington Cotton Gin. There are numerous bales of cotton in a field, and five men are pictured standing and sitting on top of them. The men are all wearing hats and facing towards the camera, and one man on the far right side of the photograph is smiling and pointing. There are houses in the distant background. An accompanying note states that Lonzo Cartwright was the cotton gin manager.
Description: Photograph of the inside of the Curtner Drug Store. Two people are looking at products in a glass display in the center of the store. Three other men are standing behind the counters in the background. Handwriting on the back of the photograph states that the man on the left with the dark cup is Ruel Curtner, and the man on the right with the dark hat is "Papa" Curtner.
Description: Photograph of a group of students from the Dodson School. They are pictured outside near the wall of a building, and are lined up in four rows. An accompanying note identifies the students; in the back row is O. D. Thorn, Carrol Jones, Buddy Wynn, Merlin Carter, Ralph Brannum, Clarence Talley, Fred Scott, Teacher Vaughn, Leona Rodgers (white bonnet), Cap Berry (behind Leona), Floy Wynn (left side of Cap), Alf Wynn, Belle Hunt, and Otis Royal. In the second row is Jewel Nipper, Blanch Futch, Ruth Royal, Sue Rodgers, Vrigie Trout, Margie Trout, Susie Trout, and Ruth Gardner. in the third row Alonzo McDowell, Ralph Cherry, and Ruby Roedocker. In the fourth row is Goldwyn Millner, Bryan Ellis, Carl Weaver, Jack Deahl, Arlin Baker, Elliot Wynn, Forrest Jones, and Jack Broyles.
Description: Photograph of a display of agricultural products from Dodsonville. The exhibit is indoors and is full of many different varieties of plants and vegetables, including watermelons, potatoes, and corn.
Date: August 29, 1911
Description: Photograph of a family group posing indoors. An elderly woman is seated in a chair with one girl and two boys behind her. The individuals are identified by handwriting on the back of the photograph as Lenore Sherwood, Mrs. Ermie Sherwood, Hugh Sherwood, and Mrs. Mary E. Hannah.
Description: Framed postcard of a child identified as Fleet Pruden holding a horse by the reins. Writing on the back of the photograph states that the horse was called "Mack" and was two years old. There is a barn and a windmill in the background.
Description: Photograph of three women standing in front of a small, portable house. One woman is looking towards the camera and holding a suitcase, and the other two are looking towards the ground. Handwriting on the back of the photograph describes the scene and states that it is from the Gaye Eeds Glenn collection.
Description: Photograph of a group of students at the Kelly School. There are young children in the front of the group, and older students standing behind them. The children are identified in each row in writing on the back of the photograph.
Description: Photograph of a large group of adults and children at a quilting at the house of Mrs. S. C. Somerville. There are multiple rows of people standing and sitting between two trees in front of the house. Notes on the back of the photograph identify the individuals as Mrs. Lackey, Betty Cocke, Mamie Swafford, Mrs. T. T. Fain, Mrs. Nunn, Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Foster Brown, Mrs. L. T. Alexander, J. L. Alexander, Emma Richards, Mamie Anderson, Mrs. Leach, Mrs. Walter Dobbs, Maude Singley, Mrs. Sam Prichard, Mrs. John Anderson, Mary Somerville, Mary Stall, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Winnie Fain, Mrs. Swafford, Mrs. Jake Owens, Mrs. J. Longings, Mrs. Myers, Edith Longings, Walter Somerville, Otis Somerville, Lois Sherwood, Mrs. S. C. Somerville, Clint Richards, Lee Smith, and Linnie Richards.
Description: Photograph of a group of seven men standing on a porch. They are all wearing hats, and three on the left side of the photograph are also wearing full suits. The man on the far right is holding a dog over his leg. Handwriting above each person identifies them, from left to right, as Joe Jones, J. J. Calloway, Papa Couch, P. W. Meyer, C. B. Jones, George Lee, and Henry Singley.
Description: Photograph of a group of students from Pleasant Hill School. The students are standing outdoors in front of a building, and are lined up in four rows. The youngest children are standing in the first two rows. An accompanying note identifies some of the students; those identified in the first row are Bertrude Peggram Clark, Fran Abbott, Morris Abbot, Lou Ellen Burdine, Rosa Bell Peggram, Carla Fields, Neil Fields, Horace Bible, and John Abbot. Those identified in the second row are Miss Lou Goodnight (teacher), Uple Holland, Mae Beth Wilson, Ola Starr Hunter, and Ray Burdine. Those identified in the third row are Mildred Abbott, Vera Abbott, Alice White Ammons, Bertha Fields, Mary Burdine, Curtis Jones, Frank Wilson, and Elroy Burdine. Those identified in the back row are Zula Holland, Ivy Fields, Conrad Jones, Walter Burdiner, Arnold Holland, Ernest Abbott, and Willie Fields.
Description: Postcard of a large group gathering at Pleasant hill School. The group is standing in front of the school, which is a small white building. There are horses and carriages in the background on the right side of the photograph.