• Loading Cotton on the Waterfront (II)

    “Levee Scene and Water Front, Loading Cotton, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image.

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  • New Orleans - Cotton Steamboats

    "Unloading Cotton from Mississippi River Steamboats, New Orleans, LA." Color image.

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  • Cotton Bale Arch

    – “Original -- Cotton -- Bale -- Arch -- Memphis, -- Tenn. -- Oct. 1907 -- Price -- Approx. -- $55.00 -- A Bale -- ©AJS 1951” [Handwritten] Black-and-white image of arch with horse-and-carriage, store…

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  • Loading Cotton on the Waterfront

    “Levee Scene and Water Front, Loading Cotton, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image of man at forefront with many bales of cotton, boat, river in the background.

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  • Court Square Corner and Benches

    “Corner in Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image, with people on benches at forefront.

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  • Transportation of Cotton by River

    “Transportation of Cotton by River, Memphis, Tenn.” [Typed/Printed] “Katie Robbins” [Handwritten] Color image of cotton barge with small flag Katie Robbins, with men on bales of cotton.

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  • Cotton Workers in the Field

    “Field of Cotton in Bloom, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image of African-American workers in field of cotton, one on horse.

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  • Cotton Exchange and Cotton Arch

    Color postcard showing cotton arch across Second Street. Banner above arch reads, "Memphis Cotton Loading Direct for Bremen, Capacity 28565 Bales." Caption on front of postcard reads, "Cotton Exchange…

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  • Memphis Union Station

    “Memphis Union Station, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image.

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  • Moving cotton on the levee

    This postcard shows an African American driving a horse drawn wagon that is filled with cotton bales.

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  • Riverside Drive and Cotton Carnival

    “Greetings from Memphis -- Home of the ‘Cotton Carnival’” Color image.

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  • Cotton on the Levee

    Photograph courtesy Memphis Chamber of Commerce

    “Cotton On The Levee, Memphis, Tennessee” Color image with many bales of cotton stacked in front of two boats, two donkeys, at the forefront of the image; Mississippi River showing just slightly in th…

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  • Hinkle, Benjamin Porter

    United States. Army; Infantry; 82nd Division; 327th Regiment; Company D White

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  • Cotton Workers in the Field (II)

    “Field of Cotton in Bloom, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image.

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  • Greetings from the City of Memphis

    Scenes of Memphis: Cossit Library; Lily Pond, Overton Park; Country Club; Landing at Riverside Park; Handling Cotton; Forest [i.e. Forrest] Monument; Tennessee Trust Building. Two-cent red George Wash…

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  • Cotton Exchange

    “Cotton Exchange, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image with man, horse-and-carriage in image.

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  • Cotton Ginning Time in Memphis, Tenn.

    Shows mules hauling wagons of cotton to gin. African American men driving the wagons. Postcard #37.

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  • Cotton Steamboat

    “Steamboat T. P. Leathers, loaded with 4000 bales of cotton, on the Mississippi River, Memphis, Tenn.” Color image.

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  • New Orleans - Port

    "State of Louisiana Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans." Color image.

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  • Unloading Cotton from the River

    “Unloading Cotton, Memphis, Tenn.” [Typed/Printed] “Many thanks for the card I think it real -- pretty. I hope this will please you. Rowena Terrall” [Handwritten]

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