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1997-30-8
Black and white photo of Sallie Gilmore Gray, wife of James Price Gray. James P. Gray was the son of Elijah and Annie Gray and brother of Susan Elizabeth Gray Campbell.

1997-30-9
Black and white photo of Susie Gray Van Deren (1881-1955), daughter of James Price Gray and Sallie Gilmore Gray.

1997-30-4
Bust portrait of Susan Elizabeth Gray Campbell, daughter of Elijah and Annie Gray, wife of John Polk Campbell.

1992-232.1759
A black and white photo of 12 men and 1 woman seated at Wanda Gray School.

1992-232.690
A photo of Wanda Gray school building exterior. 1992-232.707 - interior shot.

1995-45-1
11" x 14" black and white photoprint of an African-American family in front of a family home. Names listed are members of donor's family, and include: (seated front row) Alvin Wilks, Helen Wilks, Naomi Huddleston, Levi Huddleston, Harvey Wilks, Gray Boy (brother to Edith & Lucille), Herman Wilks; (seated 2nd row) Bob Wilks (holding Ramona Duncan), Melissa Wilks, John Gray, Eliza Smith (holding Edith Gray), Nannie Cain, Myrtle Huddleston, Glenora Huddleston, Ben Huddleston, Clarence Brewer F& Nathan Brewer, Ina Brewer (holding Annabelle Brewer), Etta Ferguson, Edith Roberts (Ned Blakey's Mom), Leon Huddleston, Harold Huddleston, Ray Huddleston, Helen Gray, Nancy Duncan, Genevieve Wilks, Ethyl Huddleston, Grace Smith, Lorene Wilks, Cecil Wilks; (back row) Harold Huddleston, Dorothy Huddleston, Zelma Smith, Dacon Gray (holding Lucille Gray), Edna Wilks, Jamey Wilks, Marcellus Cain, Howard Duncan, ? Parker.

2001-497
Head and shoulders photograph of Jim Bruce. He has a gray beard and moustache. His hair is partially gray and his eyebrows are dark and bushy. He is wearing a bow tie and a heavy 3-piece suit. The vest has lapels. On the back of the photo is written: "Uncle Jim Bruce (Cousin Millies father). In faint pencil at the top is: Taken on 71st birthday".

2001-496
Head and shoulders photograph of Jim Bruce. He has a gray beard and moustache. His hair is partially gray and his eyebrows are dark and bushy. He is wearing a bow tie and a heavy 3-piece suit. The vest has lapels. On the back of the photo is written: "Uncle Jim Bruce (Cousin Millies father). In faint pencil at the top is: Taken on 71st birthday".

1997-30-5
Black and white bust portrait of Mary Frances Campbell Doling, daughter of John Polk Campbell and Susan E. Gray Campbell. She was a wife of Charles Doling.

2001-548
Head and shoulders portrait of an older man with gray hair.

2001-679
Three-quarter view of gray-haired woman wearing a scarf with pin and watch chain.

1992-232.1979
A black and white photo of from left to right (back row): Jim Neeley, Jim Shoemaker, Chuck Christianson, Joe Cain, Jim Grammer, Tom Hicks, Dick Groesenbaugh. Front row (from left to right): Special Education Director, ---, Al Manning, Jack Israel, Paul Hagerty, Jim Ford, Ken Kraft, and Wanda Gray.

2001-717
An oval portrait of older woman with gray hair and light eyes.

2001-586
An outdoor photograph of an older man with a moustache, gray hair, and light eyes. He is wearing suspenders.

2001-519
A portrait of a middle aged man. He has a moustache, gray hair and is wearing a suit. He is identified as John Shafer.

2001-604
It appears to be a page torn from a book. It is a portrait of a gray-haired seated man. He has a moustache, a beard, a receding hairline, and blue eyes. Under the picture is the signature: "Yours Truly R.V. Pierce MD.

2001-140
Black and white photo studio portrait mounted on brown/gray cardboard of young couple. Wedding photo.

1993-19-10
Black and white photoprint mounted on gray cardboard frame. Photo of Florence Whitson in a white dress with a pearl choker.

2001-710
A portrait of an older woman with gray hair. Her dress has puffed sleeves. On the back is written Sister Emily Pearcy. See folder 27 for Jennie and Olive Pearcy. See 2001-451.1 and 2001-451.2.

1983-10-11
Black and white photo of gray-haired man. On back is written: Al Chidester, Monett. Chidester was a Telegrapher for the Frisco Railroad.


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