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    • 8th Annual Assembly of the Church of God, 1913

    • Church of God; Religious facilities; Religious meetings; Religious services;
    • This picutre of the 8th Annual Assembly of the Church of God was held in 1913 at North Cleveland Church of God (Cleveland, TN). The people gathered outside are delegates to the assembly. The Assembly was hosted here from 1908 through 1915.
    • Ollie (Mollie) Estelle Williams; Milligan College, TN

    • Children; Portrait photographs
    • Ollie (Mollie) Estelle Williams; Milligan College, TN. Born July 16, 1873; died April 10, 1950. Married William Thomas Givens, 5 children; daughter of Susan Nannie Barker & George Thomas Williams, Carter County Clerk; granddaughter of Wilson G....
    • Carson & Newman College Football Team

    • Carson & Newman College - Football - History
    • Pictured are: 1. Robert Baughman, Johnson City, TN 2. James Swann, Tampa, FL 3. Jim Moore, Jefferson City, TN 5. Clarence Bales, Chicago, IL 6. Howard Cunningham, FL 10. Baker Fargerson, Macon, GA 11. George E. Brevard, NC 12. Rance L....
    • First Assembly House

    • Church of God; Religious meetings; Religious facilities;
    • R.G. Spurling (right) and W.F. Bryant (left) stand in front of the J.C. Murphy home the sight of the First Assembly for the Church of God (Cleveland, TN) located at Camp Creek, North Carolina.
    • 1867 flag

    • flags; patriotism; reconstruction;
    • Originally owned by Isaac I. Harrell (1842 - 1912). Harrell served under Capt. W. T. Thomas during the Civil War, 26th Indian Light Battery. Harrell was introduced to East Tennessee through his operations under Thomas. Capt. Thomas kept his men at...
    • Agnes and Willie Nathaniel Osborne

    • African American;
    • Willie Nathaniel and Agnes Osborne of LaFollette, TN. Willie took electrical course via mail from the Chicago Institute of Electricity in 1942. He worked on anything electronic in LaFollette, TN that needed repair. He had been a miner but was...
    • G W and Rosia Cunningham

    • African American;
    • G.W. and Rosia Cunningham were sharecroppers near Jackson, TN. They moved into Jackson in 1942. Shortly after their move they lost 2 children. A TB outbreak in 1943 claimed another child, who worked at the hospital, and a grandchild. This picture...
    • Willie Nathaniel and Agnes Osborne

    • African American;
    • Willie Nathaniel and Agnes Osborne of LaFollette, TN. Willie took electrical course via mail from the Chicago Institute of Electricity in 1942. He worked on anything electronic in LaFollette, TN that needed repair. He had been a miner but was...
    • Clara Osborne with her sister and cousins

    • African American;
    • In 1942, the Cunningham family moved from sharecropping on the Batchelor Farm to Jackson, TN. These are the Clara Cunningham (second from left) helped to raise her cousins (to Clara's left and right). Pictured from left to right are Rosia Carrell,...
    • Willie P. Osborne

    • African American;
    • Willie P. Osborne is the son of Willie Nathaniel and Agnes Osborne of Lafollette, TN. Willie is the first African American to teach school in Morristown. Originally he taught at Morristown High School which became East High School in 1963. He...
    • Jug 1969.001.0031.A01 (Overall View)

    • Pottery -- Appalachian Region
    • Dark Brown and tan 2 gallon jug with a short dark handle at the top. Albany-slip-glazed stoneware. 10.5" height, 7.5" base diameter, 1.5" mouth diameter. Some discoloration on lower half. Prior to ca. 1920, Owned by Wiley Oakley,...
    • Views near campus, Milligan College, TN

    • Houses; Streets; Neighborhoods; Streams; Bridges;
    • Three views near Milligan College campus, ca. 1900. Left, "Looking up the road from the college - 2nd house on the left is the first Hyder home. At far right is present residence (a few changes have taken place in the interim!)" Right, "[Top] The...
    • "The Milligan Station"

    • Railroad stations;
    • The exact location of "The Milligan Station" is to be determined probably at juncture of railroad and Cedar Grove Road at an easterly point just before Cedar Grove Road turns south to meet Milligan highway, Milligan College, TN.
    • Carrie and Cordelia Hopwood

    • Colleges & universities; Students; women; portraits
    • Carrie Louise and Cordelia May Hopwood, both of Pond Creek, OK, were nieces of Milligan College president Josephus Hopwood. Both graduated from Milligan in 1903.

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