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    • Wilson G. Barker, c. 1865 

      J. Smarer (1865)
      Rev. Wilson Gilvan Barker was born near Bristol, Virginia, on December 25, 1830. He was trained as a school teacher and served as a Colonel in the Confederate forces during the Civil War. On February 4, 1866, Barker was ...
    • Oldest known record of the Buffalo Institute, March 28, 1866 

      Wilson G. Barker (1866-03-28)
      This is a copy of the oldest known record of Buffalo Male and Female Institute. It is a statement of charges and credits to G. W. and S. W. Williams on behalf of their children. It is signed by Wilson G. Barker, founder ...
    • Sarah Barker 

      Unknown author (1868)
      Sarah Glenn Lyon Barker m. Wilson G. Barker d. Fed. 19, 1870, 7 children
    • Postal Card from Wilson G. Barker to Josephus Hopwood, July 29, 1875 

      Barker, Wilson Gilvan (1875-07-29)
      A postal card from Wilson Barker to Josephus Hopwood informing Hopwood of his election as Principal of the Buffalo Male and Female Institute, dated July 29, 1875.
    • Buffalo Male and Female Institute circular, 1878 

      Unknown author (1878)
      This Buffalo Male and Female Institute circular would have been distributed prior to September 2, 1878, announcing the school term of fall 1878. On this circular, Josephus and Sarah Eleanor Hopwood are noted as principals ...
    • The Era of Christian Reform 

      Unknown author (1878)
      This illustration shows one hundred and fifteen leaders of the Campbell’s American Reform Movement. Robert Milligan can be seen standing in the section labeled “one hope.” This is a copy of the original lithograph in the ...
    • Buffalo Male and Female Institute circular, 1878 

      Unknown author (1878)
      This Buffalo Male and Female Institute circular would have been distributed prior to September 2, 1878, announcing the school term of fall 1878. On this circular, Josephus and Sarah Eleanor Hopwood are noted as principals ...
    • Subscription List, 1867 

      Unknown author (1878-06-07)
      On June 7, 1867, seventy-nine subscribers pledged $1553 to build a new school building on the acre of land that was donated by Joshua Williams. The Institute, a two-story structure built by bricks fired on-site, was ...
    • Unidentified Man 

      Mr. Daniel (Mr. Daniel, 1880)
      unidentified man, photo made by mirroring gelatin silver prints
    • Unidentified Baby 

      Unknown author (1880)
      unidentified baby, mirroring gelatin silver prints
    • Mollie Williams 

      Hodges Art Gallery (Hodge's Art Gallery, 1880)
      Ollie (Mollie) Estelle Williams DOB July 16, 1873 DOD April 10, 1950. Married WM Thomas Givens, 5 children, daughter of Susan Nannie Barker and George Thomas Williams, Carter County Clerk, granddaughter of Wilson G. Barker ...
    • Group Outside of Hopwood House 

      Unknown author (1882-1900)
      Group on northside of Hopwood House. Far right kneeling Josephus Hopwood, seated Sarah LaRue Hopwood, back row near center window Lew Sue Ben, kneeling near Mrs. Hopwood, Henry Rufus Garrett
    • Prof. Tate 

      Thuss (1882-1900)
      Prof. James Tate nephew of Josephus Hopwood. Class of 1882, faculty 1882-1890. Taught math and language, upper level study principle President of American University Harriman, TN. 1895- prohibition party, state secretary ...
    • Wilson Barker 

      Unknown author (1882-1900)
      Wilson G. Baker founder of Buffalo Male and Female Institute forerunner of MC 1866-1881. Lived in Brunswick. MO 1884-1894
    • Group of People 

      Unknown author (1882-1900)
      group of unidentified people with Hopwood House in background
    • Bird's Eye View 

      Thomas (1882-1900)
      Bird's eye view of Milligan looking southeast
    • College Quartet 

      Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN (Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN, 1882-1900)
      male vocal quartet to promote prohibition party 1895-1896. Jim Owings, Joe Combs, Jim Thomas, Tom McCartney. Josephus Hopwood candidate for governor in TN 1895-1896
    • Road Through Milligan 

      Unknown author (1882-1900)
      Road running through Milligan College. Hardin Hall was built later on this hill. Looking south toward Hopwood House.
    • Group Outside of Hopwood House 

      Unknown author (1882-1900)
      Group on northside of Hopwood House. Far right kneeling Josephus Hopwood, seated Sarah LaRue Hopwood, back row near center window Lew Sue Ben, kneeling near Mrs. Hopwood, Henry Rufus Garrett
    • Clarence Sweet and George Sutton 

      Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN (Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN, 1882-1900)
      Left: Clarence Sweet Right: George Mack Sutton, in MC 1902 "after mama married 1903".

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