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Sepia toned photo of the Wood & Williams Hardware Co., 322 South Ave, on the southeast corner of Walnut St. and South Ave.

Black and white photograph of the John W Williams house, later the Ian Williams house, at 1024 W. Walnut. The picture is taken in the snow, and a man in black is shovelling the sidewalk. The photo is bordered by a design with the words "Elko" at each corner.

A black and white photo of Theodore Williams.

A photo of CH 10 engineer, Jack Williams.

Newspaper article with photo and obituary column.

Black and white photo taken from the John W. Williams home in the 900 block W. Walnut. The photo was taken in the winter with snow on the ground. The Williams family is sledding with a horse-drawn sled.

Black and white photograph of 10 members of the Williams-LeGrand family, 7 women and 3 men. Copy of photo was made original glass-plate negative. Back Row (l-r): Mabel LeGrand (half-sister), Hazel Williams, Huber Torbett (husband of Hazel), Roy Williams (brother), Treva Collins (niece). Front Row (l-r): Helen Neill (daughter of Clara), Clara Neill (sister), Tommy LeGrand (father of Mabel and second husband of Ada), Ada Williams LeGrand (mother), May Hasselbring (sister)

A black and white photo of two parents and a young girl standing in front of a porch. The back reads: "Williams".

Five photos of construction at Williams Elementary. School board tour.

A black and white photo of infant Norval Williams.

Hanging hog carcasses - on back: "Hog killing time at home of John Williams" @ men and small boy in photo

A photo of Bill Williams, principal at Delaware.

A black and white photo of Nancy Williams and Mary Etta Baird.

B & w photo, sepia tone, portrait of J. W. Williams. In World War I uniform

A photo of School Board tour of Williams School construction. TV interview with president, Ed Payton.

A photo of Paul Hagerty at Williams Elementary talking to TV camera.

A black and white photo of Barbara Russell, Nancy (Alford) Williams, and Anna May Hunsucker with a baby.

A black and white photo of receptionist, Mary Etta Baird and program secretary, Nancy Alford Williams computing election returns.

Black and white photo of a newspaper article about the 25th anniversary of the organization of St. John's Hospital medical staff. Pictured are J.H. Fulbright, John W. Williams, C.B. Lemmon, E.M. Fessenden, Arch Lowe, Urban J. Busiek, George W. Hogeboom, W.S. Sewell, J.N. Wakeman, F.T. H'Doubler, Robert Williams.

Black and white photo of a fisherman, Leslie Williams, holding a catfish that he caught in the James River near Springfield.

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