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H. L. Esterlin to Mrs. H. & Mr. E. Harlow.
Chairmen of Local Committees; 1. Rev. I. Toliver, D. D., Homes; 2. Mrs. Julia Mason Layton, Missions; 3. Dr. W. H. Connor, Music; 4. Dr. M. W. Clair, Press and Promotion; 5. Rev. W. J. Howard, D. D., Finance; 6. Mr. W. L. Houston, Fraternal and Benevolent Organizations; 7. Rev. M. W. D. Norman, D. D., Reception; 8. Rev. M. W. Traverse, D. D., Ex-Chairman Committee on Public Comfort, now filled by Prof. Jesse Lawson; 9. Prof. John T. Layton, Musical Director; 10. Mr. J. A. Lankford, Decoration; 11. Rev. W. A. Blackwell, D. D., Pulpit Supply; 12. Rev. S. L. Corrothers, D. D., Transportation.
Mrs. Booker T. Washington - [Mrs. Margurite J. Murray Washington.]
Geyser Springs Ranch, Stanley, hound, Miss Rush (Lucy); Dolph Shattuck and his pony in the backyard of Downs' ranch, Dark Cañon Farm, Guadaloupe Mts., New Mex.; At the McLenathen's home, New Mex. Tom McL. on horse, Rob Love at head, Mrs. McLenathen on right, "Marie" on steps; At Geyser Springs - Miss Rush, Mrs. Rush, waterwheel, firing from hammock, New Mexico 1898.
No. 728 Chas. M. Morse - Mrs. C.P. Huntington - Mrs. Herman Oelrichs - No. 743 S.R. Guggenheim -  East 58th St.
No. 874 Mrs. C.F. Stickney - Mrs Harriman - Mrs. Adolph Lewisohn - No. 883 Mrs. John Sloane - Lenox Library, East 70th St.
In the jury box, international games, July 14-19, 1900, Paris, S. B. de Garmendia, Horace Brown, J. E. Sulllivan, Mrs. Sims, Gen. Peck, A. G. Spalding, Mrs. J. E. Sullivan, G. de Saint Clair, Mrs. A. G. Spalding
LUNCH FOR MRS. THOS. BRADY & DAUGHTER IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY PLEASANT EVENING APRIL 1890 [held by] MR. JOHN SHAW [at] FILIPPINI'S ([RESTAURANT?];)
A. T. Miner. ; Mrs. Caroline A. Miner. ; Mrs. Johanna Miner. ; Res. of A. T. Miner, Batavia, N.Y.
Mrs. Sam' L Richmond. ; Res. of Mrs. Sam' L Richmond, Bergen, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Sam' L Richmond. ; Col. Daniel Brown. ; Res. of Col. Daniel Brown, West Bethany, Genesee Co., N.Y.
Res. of Mrs. R. G. & E. L. Lawrence, Pembroke, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Nathaniel Read. ; Mrs. Nathaniel Read. ; Res. of Nathaniel Read, Corfu, Genesee Co., N.Y.
Mrs. Ransom D. Pierce. ; Res. of The Late Ransom D. Pierce, Corfu, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Ransom D. Pierce. ; Mrs. Joel Sutherland. ; Res. of Joel Sutherland, East Pembroke, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Joel Sutherland.
Mrs. J. C. Gardner. ; Hon. John C. Gardner. ; Mrs. Harriet D. Gardner. ; Res. of Hon. John C. Gardner. Oakfield, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Mrs. Atha Gardner.
Mrs. Harriet Phelps. ; Harvey Phelps. ; Res. of Harvey Phepls, Pembroke, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Res. of Mrs. I. Douglass, Stafford, Genesee Co., N.Y.
Mrs. Siddons as Mrs. Haller [in The stranger].
FAMILY REUNION DINNER [held by] MRS. JULIA A HOLDEN ELLIOTT [at] """RAVENSCROFT"", HOME OF MRS. ELLIOTT, MANSFIELD, PA" (OTHER [PRIVATE HOME];)
Washington's first interview with Mrs. Custis, afterwords Mrs. Washington.
Mrs. Hallett and Mrs. Weber with their children, Tompkins County, New York
Mrs. Hallett and Mrs. Weber with their children, Tompkins County, New York
In the jury box, international games, July 14-19, 1900, Paris, S. B. de Garmendia, Horace Brown, J. E. Sulllivan, Mrs. Sims, Gen. Peck, A. G. Spalding, Mrs. J. E. Sullivan, G. de Saint Clair, Mrs. A. G. Spalding
LUNCH FOR MRS. THOS. BRADY & DAUGHTER IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY PLEASANT EVENING APRIL 1890 [held by] MR. JOHN SHAW [at] FILIPPINI'S ([RESTAURANT?];)
Mrs. Hallett and Mrs. Weber with their children, Tompkins County, New York
Mrs. Hallett and Mrs. Weber with their children, Tompkins County, New York
LUNCH FOR MRS. THOS. BRADY & DAUGHTER IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY PLEASANT EVENING APRIL 1890 [held by] MR. JOHN SHAW [at] FILIPPINI'S ([RESTAURANT?];)
LUNCH FOR MRS. THOS. BRADY & DAUGHTER IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY PLEASANT EVENING APRIL 1890 [held by] MR. JOHN SHAW [at] FILIPPINI'S ([RESTAURANT?];)
Group at Metcalf Mine. Queen incline in distance. Mrs. Johndrew & Mrs. Wells [top]; Camp of Longfellow Mine, Clifton, Arizona. One of richest copper mines in Arizona [bottom]
Scenes from the stage production Mr. Wu.  "Wu drinks the poisoned tea which Mrs. Gregory intended for herself."
Mrs. Alic Trocasso, Mrs. Williams sister.
Plato's office staff for Wake and Midway Halls; Samuel Plato, contractor, and part of his office staff at their field headquarters for the construction of Wake and Midway Halls, now being completed for 1,000 Negro women war workers in Washington, D.C.; Left to right [clockwise]: Zelda S. Wilson, Mildred Dunn, Wilhelmena Barnett, Mrs. Elnora Plato (wife of the contractor and his chief accountant), Mr. Plato and Frances Purdy, March 1943.
Four American Moslem Ladies: Right to left: Mrs. Thomas (Sister Khairat), Mrs. Watts (Sister Zeineb), Mrs. Robinson (Sister Ahmadia), Mrs. Clark (Sister Ayesha), Vol. 2, no. 1, p. 165
The beauties of the court of Charles the Second; a series of portraits, illustrating the diaries of Pepys, Evelyn, Clarendon, and other contemporary writers. With memoirs, biographical and critical, by Mrs. Jameson. The portraits from copies made for Her late Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte, by Mr. Murphy. [Title page]
Mrs. Josephine A. Silone Yates. Scientist, Educator, Writer, known as Mrs. R.K. Potter.
Rev. J. R. L. Diggs, Ex-President State University ; Mrs. S. W. Layten, President Woman's Conference Auxiliary, to the National Baptist Convention ; Rev. E. C. Morris, D.D., Helena, Ark., President National Baptist Convention ; Mrs. Mary V Parrish, A.B., Louisville, Ky.
Soap (Paul C. Aussicker, Ronald J. Bouffard, Ricky J. Dishaw, Robert E. Ziegler, Mrs. Terry T. Wyrick, Mrs. Alexandra A. (Sandy) Barbiaux, and Virgil P. Dunham III) of the Hessen Support District, performing at the “First Annual Original Magnificent Special Services Entertainment Showband Contest”, 1971
Mrs. D.H. Williams, prominent leader and kindergartner in Chicago; Mrs. M.L. Davenport, President of Woman's Conference in Chicago; Miss Anna Jones, leading club woman and high school teacher, Kansas City; Mrs. W.M. Coshburn, a prominent leader in Worcester, Mass.; Lillian J.B. Thomas, stenographer of Garnet Transfer Co., Louisville, Ky.
Mrs. Mary Church Terrell, Honorary President of National Association; Miss Lulu Love, physical culture teacher in Washington; Miss Helene Abbott, President of St. Louis Woman's Club and kindergartner; Mrs. John R. Francis, prominent club woman and educator; Mrs. Sylvanie F. Williams, President of a Practical New Orleans Woman's Club.
Miss Sarah A. Blocker, Principal of Normal Dept., Florida Baptist College, Jacksonville; Mrs. Emma Trowbridge Hort, leader of Her Race, Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss Belle Garnett, graduate nurse, Provident Hospital, Chicago; Alberta Moore Smith, public stenographer, Chicago; Mrs. M.A. Robinson, a successful business woman, St. Louis.
Mrs. C.S. Smith, Recording Secretary National Association, Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. Josephine Bruce, Vice President of National Association, Washington, D.C.; Miss Mattie B. Davis, President of Woman's Club, Athens, Ga.; Mrs. Josephine St. P. Ruffin, editor of "Woman's Era" and a recognized leader; Mrs. L.A. Davis, national organizer of Woman's Club, Chicago.
map of louisiana
Scene from the play of The school for scandal. Mrs. Catherine N. Sinclair (late Mrs. Forrest) as Lady Teazler
Mrs. Albert Wilson, Mrs. V.A. Montgomery, Miss Blanche Washington.
Eva and Lucy Rush at Geyser Spring's Ranch; A "holdup" at Geyser Spring's Ranch; Mrs. McLenathen, Tom, Mr. C.H. McLenathen, Mrs. Roberts, Judge Roberts, at Eddy, New Mexico; Frank and his Mexican "boutonniere",  one stalk.
Views at Ilesford near Maine. Taken by Mrs. Sara T. Kinney. Summer 1900: Mrs. Kinney at Islesford, Maine; A lighthouse, Florence E.D. Muzzy, Ilsesford; The town from tower of Hotel Islesford, Islesford; Double exposure of plate by Mrs. Kinney and F.E.D.M. alternately. Mrs. Kinney reclining as in above picture. Ghosts.
Two pages sent by Mrs. Sara T. Kinney from New Haven, after her trip in Holland, and to the Paris Exposition, 1900: Mrs. Kinney at Roman ruins, Trave, Germany; Base of Nat. Monument, Rudesheim, Rhine; A state regent caught napping, Nantucket; A woman of Marken Island, Holland, Aug 15, 1900; From a canal boat, Holland; Orwell cottage, summer home of Mrs. Kinney's friend, Scotch friend Agnes Smith, where Geo. McDonald visits.
Opening week, Mrs. Kirby and Mrs. Horton at circulation desk
In the jury box, international games, July 14-19, 1900, Paris, S. B. de Garmendia, Horace Brown, J. E. Sulllivan, Mrs. Sims, Gen. Peck, A. G. Spalding, Mrs. J. E. Sullivan, G. de Saint Clair, Mrs. A. G. Spalding
LUNCH FOR MRS. THOS. BRADY & DAUGHTER IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY PLEASANT EVENING APRIL 1890 [held by] MR. JOHN SHAW [at] FILIPPINI'S ([RESTAURANT?];)
Mrs. Genette Williams, Horace Williams; Res. of Harry Willams, Union, Broome Co., N.Y.; Harry Williams, Lilly Williams; Mrs. Davis ;Res. of Peter P. Davis, Hooper, Union TP, Broome Co., N.Y.; Res. of David Davis, Hooper, Union TP, Broome Co., N.Y.; Mr. Davis
Trade cards depicting flowers, butterflies, a woman with a tambourine, views of a lake and forest ; cigarette cards entitled 'between the acts & bravo' of Mrs. Langtree, Maggie Mitchell, Lotta and Mrs. Henrietta Chanfrau.
C. H. Richardson; Mrs. Richardson; T. L. Johnson; Mrs. Johnson; [Group of Missionaries; The African Mission.]
Mrs. Mary Gillis, Teacher in Sunday School since 1866. Lexington, Ky. ; Rev. W. T. Jones, Louisville, Ky. ; Rev. W. M. Alexander, Lexington, Ky. ; Rev. Wm. Taylor, Covington, Ky. ; Mrs. Daisy Saffel, Shelbyville, Ky. ; Rev. A. H. Shumake, Louisville, Ky.
Res. of Mrs. E. J. Powers, Batavia, N.Y. ; Res. of Levi Lewellin, Bergen, N.Y. ; M. C. Ward. ; Res. of M. C. Ward, Bergen, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Mrs. M. C. Ward.
Mrs. Winslow Sumner. ; Res. of Winslow Sumner, Darien TP., Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Winslow Sumner. ; Mrs. Dexter Bordwell. ; Res. of Dexter Bordwell, Darien TP., Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Dexter Bordwell.
Mrs. D. T. Griffen. ; Res. of D. T. Griffen, P. M., East Oakfield, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; D. T. Griffen. ; William Haight. ; Res. of William Haight, East Oalfield, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Mrs. Betsey Haight.
Group 8; Mrs. G. R. Strickland; Mrs. Emma C. White; Miss Bessie M. Garrison, A.B.; Mrs. Rosa Simpson.
Henry Crittenden. ; Simon Folsom. ; Elijah Butler. ; Mrs. Perkins Stewart. ; Rev. C. L. Perkins. ; Mrs. R. D. Arnold. ; Johnson W. Shoals. ; James G. Shoals. ; Isaac Johnson.
Mrs. L. B. Sneed, A. B., A.M. Prominent Teacher. ; Rev. A. W. Nix, D.D. Georgetown, Ky. ; William Gohiggin, Charter Member Portland Baptist Church, Louisville, Ky. ; Mrs. Mattie E. Carter, Luisville, Ky. ; Mrs. M. S. Blackburn, Lexington, Ky. ; Miss Ethel C. Helmes, Owensboro, Ky.
Reading from left to right. Standing - Mrs. Eliza Embry, Mrs. M. L. Brooks, Mrs. Mary Crawford, Mrs. Hattie Craighead, Miss Hattie Harris.  Sitting - Miss Lizzie Crittenden, Mrs. M. E. Steward, President; Mrs. Susie Mitchell, Mrs. Carrie Craig. ; Mrs. M. E. Steward, President Baptist Women's Educational Convention. ; Miss A. P. Kelly, A.B., A.M. Graduate State University.
Mrs. Erasty Emvich in her kitchen. Mrs. Emvich is the wife of a tenant farmer and mother of twelve children, eleven of them living. Near Battle Ground, Indiana
Mrs. Erasty Emvich in her kitchen. Mrs. Emvich is the wife of a tenant farmer and mother of twelve children, eleven of them living. Near Battle Ground, Indiana
Mrs. Erasty Emvich in her kitchen. Mrs. Emvich is the wife of a tenant farmer and mother of twelve children, eleven of them living. Near Battle Ground, Indiana
Mrs. Atkinson and baby. Atkinson rents from an estate and has eighty acres of very poor land on which to support his family of nine. Mrs. Atkinson walked fifteen miles to the relief office to get aid for the family, near Shannon City, Ringgold County, Iow
Mrs. Stagg handing pan of food to Mr. Stagg to put on the table at dinner of all day community sing, Pie Town, New Mexico
FAMILY REUNION DINNER [held by] MRS. JULIA A HOLDEN ELLIOTT [at] """RAVENSCROFT"", HOME OF MRS. ELLIOTT, MANSFIELD, PA" (OTHER [PRIVATE HOME];)
Mrs. Holley holding her baby while playing forty-two at party after literary society meeting. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mrs. Holley and her husband farmed in Texas before homesteading in Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Holley holding her baby while playing Fforty-two at party after literary society meeting. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mrs. Holley and her husband farmed in Texas before homesteading in Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Faro Caudill ironing. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mrs. Caudill was born and finished high school at Sweetwater, Texas, before coming with her husband to Pie Town, New Mexico, to homestead
Mrs. Faro Caudill ironing. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mrs. Caudill was born and finished high school at Sweetwater, Texas, before coming with her husband to Pie Town, New Mexico, to homestead
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton, their son, and grandson at dinner. The younger Mr. Hutton homesteaded his own place, but he is now a widower and lives and farms with his father. Pie Town, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton, their son, and grandson at dinner. The younger Mr. Hutton homesteaded his own place, but he is now a widower and lives and farms with his father. Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Bill Stagg with state quilt she made. Mrs. Stagg helps her husband in the fields with plowing, planting, and weeding corn and harvesting beans, and quilts while she rests during the noon hour. Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Bill Stagg with state quilt she made. Mrs. Stagg helps her husband in the fields with plowing, planting, and weeding corn and harvesting beans, and quilts while she rests during the noon hour. Pie Town, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton, Sr., homesteaders from Oklahoma. Mr Hutton says, "There is nothing I'd rather see less than a cotton field." Pie Town, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton, Sr., homesteaders from Oklahoma. Mr Hutton says, "There is nothing I'd rather see less than a cotton field." Pie Town, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whinery and their five children in their dugout. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mr. Whinery had worked on farms in Texas for wages until homesteading one year ago
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whinery and their five children in their dugout. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mr. Whinery had worked on farms in Texas for wages until homesteading one year ago
Mrs. Christiansen of the Christiansen canning unit sealing cans. During 1939 she canned 2300 quarts which included 20 mutton, 2 deer, 2 beeves, 5 pigs. Fish was tried very successfully. In this cooperative agreement there were twenty-five users and outside of the cooperative there were ten others who used Mrs. Christiansen's services
In the jury box, international games, July 14-19, 1900, Paris, S. B. de Garmendia, Horace Brown, J. E. Sulllivan, Mrs. Sims, Gen. Peck, A. G. Spalding, Mrs. J. E. Sullivan, G. de Saint Clair, Mrs. A. G. Spalding
LUNCH FOR MRS. THOS. BRADY & DAUGHTER IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY PLEASANT EVENING APRIL 1890 [held by] MR. JOHN SHAW [at] FILIPPINI'S ([RESTAURANT?];)
Trade cards depicting flowers, butterflies, a woman with a tambourine, views of a lake and forest ; cigarette cards entitled 'between the acts & bravo' of Mrs. Langtree, Maggie Mitchell, Lotta and Mrs. Henrietta Chanfrau.
Mrs. Erasty Emvich in her kitchen. Mrs. Emvich is the wife of a tenant farmer and mother of twelve children, eleven of them living. Near Battle Ground, Indiana
Mrs. Erasty Emvich in her kitchen. Mrs. Emvich is the wife of a tenant farmer and mother of twelve children, eleven of them living. Near Battle Ground, Indiana
Mrs. Erasty Emvich in her kitchen. Mrs. Emvich is the wife of a tenant farmer and mother of twelve children, eleven of them living. Near Battle Ground, Indiana
Mrs. Atkinson and baby. Atkinson rents from an estate and has eighty acres of very poor land on which to support his family of nine. Mrs. Atkinson walked fifteen miles to the relief office to get aid for the family, near Shannon City, Ringgold County, Iow
Mrs. Stagg handing pan of food to Mr. Stagg to put on the table at dinner of all day community sing, Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Holley holding her baby while playing forty-two at party after literary society meeting. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mrs. Holley and her husband farmed in Texas before homesteading in Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Holley holding her baby while playing Fforty-two at party after literary society meeting. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mrs. Holley and her husband farmed in Texas before homesteading in Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Faro Caudill ironing. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mrs. Caudill was born and finished high school at Sweetwater, Texas, before coming with her husband to Pie Town, New Mexico, to homestead
Mrs. Faro Caudill ironing. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mrs. Caudill was born and finished high school at Sweetwater, Texas, before coming with her husband to Pie Town, New Mexico, to homestead
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton, their son, and grandson at dinner. The younger Mr. Hutton homesteaded his own place, but he is now a widower and lives and farms with his father. Pie Town, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton, their son, and grandson at dinner. The younger Mr. Hutton homesteaded his own place, but he is now a widower and lives and farms with his father. Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Bill Stagg with state quilt she made. Mrs. Stagg helps her husband in the fields with plowing, planting, and weeding corn and harvesting beans, and quilts while she rests during the noon hour. Pie Town, New Mexico
Mrs. Bill Stagg with state quilt she made. Mrs. Stagg helps her husband in the fields with plowing, planting, and weeding corn and harvesting beans, and quilts while she rests during the noon hour. Pie Town, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton, Sr., homesteaders from Oklahoma. Mr Hutton says, "There is nothing I'd rather see less than a cotton field." Pie Town, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutton, Sr., homesteaders from Oklahoma. Mr Hutton says, "There is nothing I'd rather see less than a cotton field." Pie Town, New Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whinery and their five children in their dugout. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mr. Whinery had worked on farms in Texas for wages until homesteading one year ago
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whinery and their five children in their dugout. Pie Town, New Mexico. Mr. Whinery had worked on farms in Texas for wages until homesteading one year ago
Mrs. Christiansen of the Christiansen canning unit sealing cans. During 1939 she canned 2300 quarts which included 20 mutton, 2 deer, 2 beeves, 5 pigs. Fish was tried very successfully. In this cooperative agreement there were twenty-five users and outside of the cooperative there were ten others who used Mrs. Christiansen's services
LUNCH FOR MRS. THOS. BRADY & DAUGHTER IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY PLEASANT EVENING APRIL 1890 [held by] MR. JOHN SHAW [at] FILIPPINI'S ([RESTAURANT?];)
LUNCH FOR MRS. THOS. BRADY & DAUGHTER IN REMEMBRANCE OF A VERY PLEASANT EVENING APRIL 1890 [held by] MR. JOHN SHAW [at] FILIPPINI'S ([RESTAURANT?];)