Fifteen young men posing in front of a wooden building. Some are standing and some are sitting. Most are wearing a baseball uniform. Two bats, two baseballs, and a mitt lay on the ground before them. Stairs are shown on the right.
Shows a mounted wooden display case with a flag inside. There is another wooden cabinet beneath it. Stars are on the flag, but the photo is too dark to make out any other specific detail of the flag. Note states: Flag of the World War I.
From the Alsworth file. Brief one-page family history on the descendants of Benjamin and Margaret Ralston Alsworth, the paternal grandparents of John Alsworth. Benjamin was born in Ireland of Scotch-Irish descent.
Located on Fulton Street. One of a pair (now demolished) on East Academy Street, directly behind Felix Bain Home. Two story narrow home, made of wood. A small porch covers half the width of the house from the front. The second story roof-line...
Mrs. Walt (Nell) Constance disposing of damaged liquor from the N & W Package Store. They are pouring it down the street drain. Two gentlemen in front are assisting her, while three look on from behind them.
Three children dressed in white. Boy in short pants with stockings and buckle shoes. Girls in white smocks with lacy sleeves, white stockings. Their hair is in ringlets with large hair bows. A formal portrait. Written on the back: The three...
Letter of correspondence written by Mary Leigh Weston, a descendant of Oscar Delphinium and Mary Lundy Harris Kearney. The letter discusses some family history and information about the Kearney homes and plantations.