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    • Mrs. Wilson G. Barker 

      Unknown author (1870-02-19)
      Mrs. Wilson G. Barker (Sarah Glenn Lyon)
    • 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 ...
    • 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
    • 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".
    • Dr. John Preston McConnell 

      Unknown author (1883-1896)
      Dr. John Preston McConnell, Class of 1890, faculty and staff 1883-1896, State Teachers College, East Radford, Virginia, ancient languages, literature, librarian, business manager, treasurer
    • William Kite 

      Unknown author (1884)
      William Anderson Kite, Milligan College Vice President, mathematics, geology, german 1881-1884
    • Hopwoods 

      Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN (Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN, 1885)
      Prof. Josephus Hopwood Mrs. Sarah La Rue Hopwood founded Milligan College from Buffalo Male and Female Institute 1875
    • Hopwoods 

      Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN (Cargille's Art Gallery, JC, TN, 1885)
      Prof. Josephus Hopwood Mrs. Sarah La Rue Hopwood founded Milligan College from Buffalo Male and Female Institute 1875
    • Unknown Couple 

      Baker's (Baker's, 1885-1890)
      Unknown couple
    • Robert L. Taylor 

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

      Unknown author (1886)
      Josephus and Eleanor Hopwood
    • Flora Marsilliott 

      Romerier and Clark (Romerier and Clark, 1888-1890)
      Flora A Marsilliott, taught vocal and instrumental music, organ and piano
    • 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
    • Charles Adkins 

      The Boston Art Studio (The Boston Art Studio, 1890)
      Charles Adkins
    • Brummet Family 

      Davenport (Davenport, 1890)
      Peyton Brummet and family
    • Sidney Stanfill 

      S.A. Bob (S.A. Bob, 1890)
      Sideny Stanfill
    • Sherod Stanfill 

      Mattern, Frankfort, KY (Mattern, Frankfort, KY, 1890)
      Sherod Stanfill

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