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Photograph taken before her marriage to Gene Ford. Ada was a West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
A West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
A West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
Photograph taken at Ada' s "Old home", before her marriage to Gene Ford. Ada was a West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
Information with the photograph includes: "Ada H. Ford at home New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, 1952, wearing the orchid given her by Layne H. Ford [her son] for Christmas, Pruntytown Road, Grafton, W. Va.".
A West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
Mrs. Ford died January 22, 1979 at the age of 96. She was a  West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
Taken the year before Ada married Gene Worth Ford.
A West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
A West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
A West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
Home of Gene and Ada Haldeman Ford near Grafton.
Sitting in the yard, left to right: Jim, Lucy, George Colebank, Ada, Danny, Dorrey Holden and "Ran". Standing on the porch, Ellie.
YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) sign on the left side, behind a man wearing large hat. All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
Busy scene in downtown Grafton. YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) sign on the left side on the street. All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
Son of Gene and Ada Haldeman Ford.
Taped to the back of the picture "Hanslip Watkins, grandfather of Joseph Hanslip Haldeman of near Thornton, Taylor Co, West Virginia. Watkins was around New York part of the time. This picture was found in a trunk given to Etta Haldeman (daughter of Joseph Haldeman) by Harriet Haldeman, her aunt.
Information included with the photograph, "For Guy, His 'Country Cousins'" The people in the background of the photo are unidentified.
Ada Enid Haldeman and Arthur C. Thomas.
Sitting in the tall grass, Ada Enid Haldeman, Arthur C. Thomas and Olivia L. Haldeman.
Information included with photograph, "View of Old North Western Pike before it was surfaced, just beyond the 'short turn'". Pictured is Henry Wotney, a friend of Ada Haldeman, riding a wooden bicycle he made.
Group of friends pose outside, sitting under a tree.
Information with the photograph includes "This group was standing in front of Jannett Building (erected by a dentist of that name who later moved to Charleston.) Building in 1940's was bought by an Italian from Clarksburg named Oliverio and named "Professional Building". It was torn down in 1970's to be replaced by Court House annex. Gene W. Ford had law office on front of 3rd floor about 1929."
Vance Harvey was the son of W. F. Harvey. Information with the photograph includes "Taken when a member of football team at Ellicot City College, Maryland, killed in mine not long after through school. Slate Fall. He was trained as a mine executive but was in the mine and was killed."
Six year old dressed in the fashion of the day for children.
Layne Ford, son of Gene and Ada H. Ford wearing army dress uniform. The photograph was taken while he was on leave for the holidays during World War II.