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Pavilion at Little Rock, MS abt 1912 welcoming arrival of first train. Picture provided by Ms. Sally Winstead Williams
First run of the Meridian & Memphis Railroad at Little Rock, MS being welcomed by crowd. Picture provided by Ms. Sally Winstead Williams
Confederate Soldiers Reunion (Stamper) Individuals in photo unknown.
R. L. “Bob” Allen and Miss Quida Lowe
Pictured above is a part of the large crowd that was present at the Newton Dairy Festival Saturday Afternoon (November, 1949)
Hopewell Baptist Church Baptism (Year Unknown)
Egg Boil in the Woods of Newton County (Year Unknown) Picture provided by Sally Lynn Winstead Williams
Sunday Afternoon, Decatur (Year Unknown)
Stamper Sewing Circle (Year Unknown)
FRONT ROW, left to right: Cordelia Daniel (nee Roebuck), Mrs. Edgar Horne (nee Nellie Partin); Mrs. Allen Cook (nee Elvira Mapp); Mrs. Joe Lundy (nee Anna Mapp); Mrs. Humphrey (nee Nannie Mapp); Mrs. Robert Loper (nee Lila Roebuck); Mrs. William C. Hansford (nee Kitty Mapp); child is Avie Hansford; Mrs. Sam Henry (nee Sue Hagan)
SECOND ROW, left to right: Edna Trapp; Mrs. Bill Harrison (nee Fannie Russell); Mrs. Bloomer Russell (nee Edna Atkinson); Mrs. George Hansford (nee Emma Freeman); Mrs. Charles Freeman (nee Mittie Russell); Hattie Roebuck; Lizzie Cox; Mrs. Nathan Phillips (nee Mary Loper)
THIRD ROW, left to right: Mrs. Edgar Mapp (nee Edna Majure); Mrs. Will Watson (nee Ava Atkinson); Mrs. Will Cleveland (nee Beulah Beeman); Mrs. Beal Doolittle (nee Effie Horne); Mrs. Walton (nee Delphia Banks); Mrs. Erby Roebuck (nee Birtie Russell); Mrs. Charles Freeman (nee Lula Collins); Hattie Daniel ( later married Elisha Parker).