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Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative
1 unknown 5 x 7 1 B&W Copy Print 35mm B&W
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dudly from Covington. He was conductor on train that ran from Covington to Baton Rouge and return. It was called Pea Vine.
2 1915 8 x 10 1 B&W Copy Print 35mm B&W
Mabel Pearl Gray (born May 27, 1898-died October 29, 1968), married October 27, 1914 to Emile Harry McCormick from Baton Rouge (born February 23, 1890-died August 4, 1959). She was the tenth child of Henry Samuel Gray (born May 24, 1859-died July 6, 1925) and Mary Ellen Wainwright (born May 2, 1855-died June 25, 1923) who were married September 10, 1876. He is the son of Joseph Plunkett McCormick (born July 28, 1860-died June 4, 1928) and Mary Amelia Volaire (born October 17, 1859-died December 9, 1926). Picture was taken at depot in Hammond
3 unknown 8 x 10 1 B&W Copy Print 35mm B&W
Mary Ellen Wainwright Gray (born May 2, 1855-died June 25, 1923) born in Hammond, Louisiana area. She was the daughter of Cayewell Wainwright (born March 12, 1818-died January 11, 1900) and Mathilda Joiner (born May 2, 1826-died January 1, 1899).
4 unknown 8 x 10 1 B&W Copy Print 35mm B&W
Henry Samuel Gray (born May 24, 1859-died July 6, 1925). He was the son of Henry Simeon Gray (born in England 1835-died 1872) and Josephine Joiner (born October 20, 1834-died 1881)
5 unknown 5 x 7 1 B&W Copy Print 1 ½ x 2 B&W (3)
Man sitting in a chair with woman standing beside with her hand on his left shoulder.
6 unknown 5 x 7 1 B&W Copy Print 1 ½ x 2 B&W
One man sitting in a wicker chair with two men standing behind him.
Negs. 10-12-Post office at 3rd and Laurel streets, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Joseph Plunkett McCormick was postmaster from 1853-1865. He issued some the Cond. Provisional Postmaster Stamps done out of wall paper during War Between the States.