Zuma Magee

Zuma Magee


Photo Collection


MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION

Pix No. Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

1 c.1896 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

8 x 10 1 B&W copy print none

John Fendlason’s (Zuma Magee’s father) ancestral home. Fendlason was born here. In the picture is Elizabeth Scarlet Fendlason and sitting is Euna Purvis Bankston (Elizabeth’s niece).

2 c.1899 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

Hugh Bateman’s house near Franklinton. Still standing. There are 9 men, women, and children out beside the house. (house is 2 or 2½ miles north of Franklinton).

3 May 1904 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

8 x 10 1 B&W copy print none

Stringfield house, near Franklinton (5 miles west). Family reunion on birthday of Grandmother Samantha Carson Stringfield. Large group of men, women, and children standing in front of the house.

4 c.1906 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

8 x 10 1 B&W copy print none

Washington Parish Courthouse, 1906.

5 unknown 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

8 x 10 1 B&W copy print none

Four horses pulling a buggy. Two men in a buggy- the man on the right is Tom Manning (father of Charlie G Manning) with a black driver-chauffeur.

6 c.1900s 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

8 x 10 2 B&W copy print none

Washington Parish Courthouse from 1897-1906. Large 2 story building. At right is the Methodist Church. Left is the Jail.

7 c.1900 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

8 x 10 1 B&W copy print none

John A. Fendlason and wife Lillian Stringfield and children. L to R: Zoe, Ouida, John, Harrison (standing back), J. Esco (small boy), Lillian holding Gracie (baby), Minnie, Zuma, and Jay Millar.

8 c.1900s 3 x 5 1 B&W copy print none

View of the Bank of Franklinton

9 c.1909-10 3½ x 3½ 2 B&W copy print none

Gorman High School. Mr. Barton Peters at bat was principal at 1909-1910 session. Picture given to Mrs. Zuma Magee by Lettie Harvey who was a teacher and lines at Jackson, La.

 

MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION-Continued

Pix No. Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

10 c.1909-1910 3½ x 3½ 2 B&W copy print none

Three teachers of Gorman High School for 1909-1910 session. L to R: Miss Lettie Harvey, Mr. A.B. Petters (principal), Miss Eunice Simmons, Marvin Spurlock (a medical student from Mississippi and nephew of Dr. Denman, the family doctor).

11 c.1909-1910 3½ x 3½ 1 B&W copy print none

Three teachers of Gorman High School for 1909-1910 session. L-R: Miss Lettie Harvey, Miss Floyd Ball, Miss Eunice Simmons. John A Fendlason & Nehemiah Sylvest sent their children to this school.

12 c.1897-1906 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

Third Court House built in Washington Parish, La. Built in 1897, moved across Main Street. Replaced in 1906 by the brick building with a clock in the tower. The building was used as a rooming house for many years until destroyed by fire. The first Court House looked like a barn with a dirt floor down the Enon Highway. Washington Parish became a separate parish from St. Tammany in 1819. First court held in this parish 1822 or 1823. Second Court House was a small two-story on the present Court House square. No. picture of first or second.

13 c.1938 5 x 7 1 B&W copy print none

Washington Parish Court House built in 1938, dedicated April 30, 1938. Torn down in 1961.The one story section was built on later at the left end.

14 c.1940-41 8 x 10 1 B&W copy print none

House of John A Fendlason in Ward 9. It burned in 1940 or '41 at the time the youngest son John Esco Fendlason and family were living in it. Originally built by the late Frank Brown while he was sheriff of Washington Parish in the late 1880s.

15 1962 8 x 10 1 B&W copy print none

1962 Sesquicentennial at the site of Half Moon Bluff first Baptist State Meeting. Dr. A.W. Robbins at microphone. Dr. T. W. Gayer, tall man, fourth from the left.

16 1982 8 x 10 1 copy color print none

Fendlason Reunion in 1982 at Camp Chermeteka in Robert, La.

17 Feb.22,1930 7 x 11 Missing orig B&W print none

A large group of men and women taken in front of the city hall. Sixth District organizational meeting of the Rural Letter Carriers.

18 1911 4¾ x 6¾ 1 orig B&W print none

Gorman School. Very large group of school children kneeling and standing in front of the school.

 

MAGEE, ZUMA, COLLECTION-Continued

Pix No. Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

19 c.1910 4¾ x 6¾ 1 orig B&W print none

Mt. Ebal School. A group of children sitting and standing in front of the school building. The teacher was Eva Brumfield Chandler. Seated on ground L to R: Noel Stringfield, Elvie Miller Breland, Hosea Simmons, Cammie Magee, Junie Miller Fussell, Archie Self, Zelle Baham Knight. Second row seated on bench: Myrtin Miller Bankston, Marte Crow?, Jay M.Fendlason, Rosa Burch Bacon, John Esco Fendlason, Tince Fussell Bickham, Clifton Baham, Stella Stringfield Strickland, Enon Alford, Eula Miller, Clay Baham, Cleve Baham. Third row standing: Myrtis Stringfield Bankston, Marshall Crow, Zoe Fendlason Riley, Leanous Crow, Robert R. Burch, Carrie Magee Bennett, Murray Magee, Eunice Burch Fisher. Back row standing: Frank Bennett, Lucious Crow Hamilton, (Bill) William L. Magee, Teacher Mrs. Eva Brunfield Chandler, Nannie Fussell Walker, Gardon Crow, Zuma Fendlason Magee, (Bob) Robert Abraham Magee.

20 1900 4¾ x 7¾ 1 orig B&W print none

Mt. Ebal School. A group of children standing in front of the school. Teacher was Rosa Brumfield Pigott.

21 1909 6¼ x 8¼ 1 orig B&W print none

Gorman School. Zuma Fendlason Magee standing in front of window with shawl on. Archie Bouty by her side in front of window. Teacher on far left is E. F. Killan from Boston, Mass.

22 Feb. 25, 1984 3 x 5 1 B&W print none
Dudley Johnson, Southeastern History professor, poses with Miss Zuma Magee

23 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Melissa Thomas, Dr. Joy Jackson (SLU archives director), and Zuma F. Magee touring the new archives at Southeastern

24 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Dr. Joy Jackson (SLU archives director) and Zuma F. Magee touring the new archives at Southeastern

25 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Melissa Thomas and Zuma F. Magee touring the new Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies

26 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Melissa Thomas, Zuma F. Magee, and Dr. Joy Jackson touring the new Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies
27 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Dr. Joy Jackson showing Zuma Magee the climate control and storage are of the new Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies

28 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Melissa Thomas, Dr. Joy Jackson, and Zuma F. Magee touring the new Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies

29 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Lois Wagner, secretary of the Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies

30 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
"Still waiting for documentation at archives at Southeastern" Picture of boxes of documents to be archived

31 no date listed 4 x 6 1 color none
Southeastern library

32 c mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
A thoughtful Zuma F. Magee touring the new Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies

33 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Dr Joy Jackson, director of archives, and Zuma magee view the new Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies

34 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Zuma F. Magee and Dr. Joy Jackson, director of archives, tour the new Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies. Photo includes bookshelves

35 c. mid 1980's 4 x 6 1 color none
Dr. Joy Jackson, Zuma F. Magee, and Melissa Thomas on elevator to new Center for Southeast Louisiana Studes

36 1987 4 x 6 1 color none
"Presenting Zuma Magee collection to Southeastern archives after her death." Left to right: Dixie Sylvest Moss (Zuma's niece), Ruth (Zuma's niece), Artie Sylvest Varnado (Zuma's niece), Debbie Durden, Emily Knight, Linda Durden, Dr. Joy Jackson (Archives Director)

37 1987 4 x 6 1 color none
Zuma Magee collection added to Southeastern archives. Left to right: Dixie Sylvest Moss, Ruth, Artie Varnado, Vicki Knight, Dr. Joy Jackson

38 1987 4 x 6 1 color none
"Donating Zuma Magee Collection to the Center for Southeast Louisiana Studies after her death." Left to right: Dixie Sylvest Moss, Ruth, Artie Sylvest Varnado, Vicki Knight (Donor), Dr. Joy Jackson

 



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