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[Carry Nation sitting]

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.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Artwork
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Charlien Gloyd]

Description: Copy of a tintype image of Charlien Gloyd, Carrie Nation's Daughter. Gloyd is seated on a draped chair with her right leg tucked under her and her left leg hanging over the side of the chair. She has dark curly hair with a headband over crown of her head. She is wearing a flared skirt with a scalloped hem that has dark trim. Over her blouse is a jacket with flared sleeves with the same scalloped edging as the skirt (edging is at sleeved lapels and neckline). She has her hands clasped in her lap. Scanned image is of the copy. Dimensions are of the copy.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Carry Nation wearing a black dress and holding a book]

Description: Photographic postcard of Carry Nation. Nation is dressed in a dark colored dress with buttons that run along the left side of the it. She has a matching cape over her shoulders. She has a long fabric headpiece covering the back of her graying hair. A white flower or bow is tied at the collar. She has three pins pinned to her cape - one is of a hatchet that is pinned on left side of cape. Nation is holding a book on her right hand and her left thumb is resting on a page.
Date: 1895
Item Type: Postcard
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

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

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.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Postcard from the Carry Nation Home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.]

Description: Photographic postcard of the Carry Nation Home in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Two images appear on the postcard. On left, an exterior view of the house - a white wooden two story building with front porch and railed balcony. Potted fern hanging baskets can be seen hanging from the top of the porch. An American flag is flying from the second story balcony. A sign proclaiming the building as "Hatchet Hall" can be seen just below the flag. Another free-standing sign to the right of the sidewalk in front of the house reads: Carry Nation Home Tours. The photo on the right is of the interior of the house. An organ is against a papered wall. On the carpet surrounding the organ is a row of small wooden chairs. To the right of the organ is a free-standing lamp and on the left is a table with a glass pitcher. Back of postcard reads: "Carry Nation Home "Hatchet Hall" 35 Steele Street Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632 The Home, built in 1882, operated as a boarding house for the families of alcoholics, 1908-1911, by the world famous crusader against liquor sales. Carry A. Nation. Interior: The music room where Carry taught Sunday School. The Aeolian Grande player organ was a fit to Carry from a Eureka Springs physician. 852C81 Ozark Postcard Publishers 72A James River Road, Kimberling City, Mmo. 66586-0658. Postcard has scalloped edges and is in a burnt orange background.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Postcard
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Charlien McNabb with very long hair, daughter of Carry Nation.]

Description: Photograph of Charlien McNabb, daughter of Carry Nation. Charlien is wearing a dark dress with buttons down the front. The dress has a high collar with white inset. Her long wavy hair is draped down her sides and reaches to her knees when seated. She is seated in a chair and has her elbows resting on the arm of the chair. Her hands are brought up to her face. A length of floral patterned fabric is draped across the arm of the chair to the left of the photo. Portrait ends at the knee. The photograph is mounted on a tan cardboard substrate. Bottom of cardboard reads: DEANE. 306 PRESTON STREET, HOUSTON, TEXAS. Back of photo in pencil is written: Your loving Charlie to Uncle and Aunt Love (?).
Date: 1885
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Bottling works]

Description: Photograph (copy) of a bottling works where whiskey was shipped. The interior shows broken bottles and boxes said to be smashed by Carry Nation. Boxes read: Exquisite Bottling Works Junction City, KS. Bar to right of photo. Heater or oven to right of photo. Scanned image is of the copy. Dimensions below are of copy.
Date: 1901
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Saloon in Kansas]

Description: Photograph (copy) of the interior of a saloon in Kansas that was demolished by Carry Nation. Smashed bottles on the floor, mirror to the bar is broken. Round sign in top, left corner says: ORIGINAL BUDWEISER IN BOTTLES (with the logo in the center). Photo is primarily taken of area between front bar and back. Scanned image is of the copy. Dimensions below are of copy.
Date: 1901
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Anna Butcher, sister of Carry Nation.]

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.)
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

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

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.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Postcard
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Dr. Charles Gloyd]

Description: Photograph (copy) of Dr. Charles Gloyd, the first husband of Carry Nation. Gloyd is wearing a military uniform. He is seated in a wooden chair with his body facing right of photo, but his face is turned forward. He is holding his hat in his right hand and his left arm is resting on the back of the chair. Portrait ends just below knees. Scanned image is of the copy. Dimensions are of the copy.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Mr. And Mrs. George]

Description: Photograph (copy) of Mr. And Mrs. George riding in a buggy in front of the Veranda Hotel (previously known as the Carry Nation Hotel or Boarding House) in Richmond, Texas. The buggy, pulled by a white horse (facing left of photo), has the George's and two other women passengers.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Carry Nation holding a hatchet]

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.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Mr. And Mrs. A.P. George]

Description: Photograph (copy) of Mr. And Mrs. A.P. George in a buggy in front of the Veranda Hotel in Richmond, Texas. The hotel was previously known as the Carry Nation's Hotel or Boarding House. Man and woman in front seat of buggy and two women in the back seat. Buggy is pulled by a white horse (facing right side of photo.) Scanned image is of the copy.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Carry Nation in a wooden raised platform]

Description: Photograph of Carry Nation. Written in the folder in blue ink: "Location unknown. Date: Probably circa 1905. Of many pictures of my grandmother, this is the only one I've ever seen where she was smiling. (signed) Alexander D. McNabb, July 24, 1975. " Photograph shows Nation in a wooden raised platform (wooden chair to right side of it). Nation, who has gray hair (in bun) and eyeglasses, is wearing a white floor-length skirt and white jacket and she is holding a bouquet of flowers on her left arm and an open book in her right hand. A crowd of people are standing around her. A black parasol can be seen in front of the white two-story building in the background. White label at the bottom of matte reads in black: Your Loving home defender, Carry A. Nation. Photograph is enclosed in a gray folder that has a matte for framing picture. Image dimensions are: 12.4 cm X 7.2 cm.
Date: July 24, 1905
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Charlien Gloyd McNabb]

Description: Photograph of "Charlien Gloyd McNabb. Born September 27, 1868 and died June 10, 1929. Her maiden name was Charlien Clara Annie Gloyd. She was the only child of Carry A. Nation. This picture is a reproduction from the original picture made about 1886, estimated" as written on paper stapled to the inside of the folder. McNabb has long dark wavy hair that is loose and flowing down her sides. She is leaning against an ornate wooden structure that has printed fabric folded across it on the left. McNabb has her hands clasped and at her face. She is wearing a dark, long sleeved dress with high collar. A strip of white can be seen at the top of her collar. Photograph is enclosed in a gray folder and was placed in a framed matte.
Date: 1886
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Carry Nation seated in a chair]

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.
Date: 1905
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Fort Bend Museum