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    • 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 ...
    • Prudie Cane 

      Knaffl and Bros, Knoxville, TN (Knaffl and Bros, Knoxville, TN, pre-1940)
      Prudie Cane
    • Pulpit Preacher 

      Unknown author (1944-1950)
      Pulpit Preacher
    • Rev. Ritchie Ware 

      Unknown author (1921-1927)
      Rev. Ritchie Ware; Fifth Arenne Christian Church
    • Robert L. Taylor 

      Unknown author (1886)
      Robert L. Taylor: Milligan Student 1869-1871, Governor of Tennessee 1896
    • Robert Milligan 

      Unknown author (1850)
      Milligan College is named after him by Josephus Hopwood
    • Sam Jack and Mary (Thomas) Hyder 

      Unknown author (1915)
      Original title: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jack Hyder
    • Sarah Glenn (Lyon) Barker 

      Unknown author (1868)
      Sarah Glenn Lyon Barker m. Wilson G. Barker d. Fed. 19, 1870, 7 children
    • Sarah Glenn (Lyon) Barker 

      Unknown author (1870-02-19)
      Mrs. Wilson G. Barker (Sarah Glenn Lyon)
    • Sarah Glenn (Lyon) Barker 

      Unknown author (1870-02-19)
      Mrs. Wilson G. Barker (Sarah Glenn Lyon)
    • Sherod Stanfill 

      Mattern, Frankfort, KY (Mattern, Frankfort, KY, 1890)
      Sherod Stanfill
    • Sidney Shawver 

      Unknown author (Unknown)
      Sidney Shawver, died of pneumonia 1883- 20 yrs old. Tazwell, VA
    • Sidney Stanfill 

      S.A. Bob (S.A. Bob, 1890)
      Sideny Stanfill
    • Sue Belle 

      Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN (Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN, pre-1900)
      Sue Belle (Brummett) Bell, Dry Creek, TN Class of 1900, Preparatory School assistant, 1901-1903
    • Tom Larwater 

      Unknown author (1921-1940)
      Mr. Tom Larwater; Trustee M.C.
    • Two Girls 

      Unknown author (undated)
      Two Girls
    • Two Women 

      Unknown author (undated)
      Two Women
    • U.S. Grant Jarvis and Wife 

      C. H. Johnson Travelling Art (C. H. Johnson Travelling Art, 1890)
      U.S. Grant Jarvis and Wife. Superintendent, Hancock County Sneedville, TN student of Buffalo Institute 1866-1881
    • Unidentified Baby 

      Unknown author (1880)
      unidentified baby, mirroring gelatin silver prints
    • Unidentified Man 

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


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