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Portrait of the Caruso family.
Twenty Fifth Wedding Anniversary portrait.
'Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia.'
'Ralph G. Rude'
'Vote for Gene S. Campbell Judge, Third Judicial Circuit.'
Fearless and expert Republican politician in times when a Republican had to be brave.
Made Survey for Huntington, W. Va. Born March 18, 1826, at Campton, New Hampshire died July 18,1903, at Minneapolis, Minnesota.
'Ex-Judge of the state supreme court'

21. Stan Cox

'From a portrait painted about 1790, hanging in a gallery at Yale University.  Print furnished through courtesy of William Corbly Lemley and Joseph C. Gluck)
Only grandchild of Arthur I. Boreman.
For further information of William Dixon Clark, refer to the original.
Mrs. G. H. Cotton born Jan. 11, 1866 and died June 16, 1954.

32. Stan Cox

A member and administrator of the Freewill Baptist congregation in New England, Curtis was one the founders of several mission schools established in the Shenandoah Valley to educated freed slaves and their children after the Civil War. Curtis was also instrumental in the founding of Storer College in Harpers Ferry.
'Copied from p. 162 of Thwaites, Reuben G., editor, and Kellogg, Louise Phelps, assistant ed. Draper Series, Volume 2.  The Revolution of the Upper Ohio, 1775-1777.  Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, 1908. Madison Democrat Printing Co.'
Original in Kanawha County Public Library
Daughter of John Friend and Nancy Snider.
'With kindest regards to Hon. Hugh Ike Shott.'
'To Honorable Hugh Ike Shott with regards, Walt E. Clark'
'President.'
Roy Bird Cook in his office.
'Rev. S. A. Coffman leaving jail in custody of Sheriff Furbee.