Private Collection of T. B. Willis - 13 Matching Results

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[Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr. Family Cemetery]

Description: Photograph of the cemetery of the family of Reverend Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr., which is located 75 yards away from the house. There are four graves visible in the photograph.
Date: April 1977
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford

[Close-Up of the Grave Marker of Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr.]

Description: Photograph close-up of the grave marker of Rev. Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr. in the cemetery behind his house. It reads "In memory of Rev. Anthony G. Smith, Born Aug. 30th, 1776, Died Jan. 18th, 1852. He was for Forty Five years a faithful and devout Minister of Jesus Christ. Our father."
Date: June 23, 1977
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford

[Close-Up of the Grave Marker of Mary Allen Smith]

Description: Photograph close-up of the grave marker of Mary "Polly" Allen Smith in the cemetery behind the Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr. house. It reads "In memory of Mary, consort of Rev. Anthony G. Smith. Born Dec. 21st, 1777. Died April 19th, 1857. For fifty years, the skyward road she trod and found at last the Paradise of God. Our mother."
Date: June 23, 1977
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford

[Grave Marker of Anthony Garnett Smith, Jr.]

Description: Photograph of the grave marker of Anthony Garnett Smith, Jr., who lived from January 25, 1809 to February 19, 1891. He served in the Texas Revolution, and later returned to his family in Talbot County and Upson County, Georgia. Anthony Garnett Smith, Jr. is buried in Glenwood Cemetery in Thomaston, Upson County, Georgia.
Date: June 23, 1977
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford

[Grave Marker of Mary Allen Smith]

Description: Photograph of the grave marker of Mary "Polly" Allen Smith in the cemetery behind the Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr. house. It reads "In memory of Mary, consort of Rev. Anthony G. Smith. Born Dec. 21st, 1777. Died April 19th, 1857. For fifty years, the skyward road she trod and found at last the Paradise of God. Our mother."
Date: [1970..1980]
Creator: Smith, Anthony Joseph

[Grave Marker of Rev. Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr.]

Description: Photograph of the grave marker of Rev. Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr. in the cemetery behind his house. It reads "In memory of Rev. Anthony G. Smith, Born Aug. 30th, 1776, Died Jan. 18th, 1852. He was for Forty Five years a faithful and devout Minister of Jesus Christ. Our father."
Date: [1970..1980]
Creator: Smith, Anthony Joseph

[Home of Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr.]

Description: Photograph of the home of Reverend Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr. It is a two story white wooden house with a brick chimney. Several people can be seen in the background.
Date: 1974

[Home of Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr.]

Description: Photograph of Joe Boyd McRee, Sara Jo McRee, Agnes Wilson (owner), and James Anthony Vining in the first row; Edna L. Vining, Sara H. Vining McRee, and T. Bradford Willis in the second row; and Hester Beck Willis on the porch outside the house of Reverend Anthony Garnett Smith, Sr. in June of 1977.
Date: June 23, 1977
Creator: Willis, John Todd

[Photograph of Todd Bradford Willis in 1975]

Description: Photograph of Todd Bradford Willis during his freshman year at the University of Texas Dental Branch, in Houston. He is wearing a lab coat, and his hand is positioned to push up his sleeve in order to check his watch. He is standing behind a cadaver table, and there are lockers and a phone the left behind him, and a note on a door to the right.
Date: 1975

[Portrait of the Gardner Southworth Sleeper Home near Hewitt, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a house, a mostly wooden structure, that belonged to the Gardner Southworth Sleeper family. Part of the structure is missing. Handwritten notes on the front and back of the photo provide various pieces of information: "my grandfather Sleeper home on Old Hewitt Road. Part of it still standing 1970. Built in 1879."
Date: July 1972

[Todd Bradford Willis in Cap and Gown]

Description: Photograph of Todd Bradford Willis in a cap and gown, standing next to a plaque for the University of Texas Dental Branch on June 9, 1979. The tassel on his cap is yellow, and he has a lilac academic hood.
Date: 1979~
Creator: Willis, John Todd