• Women in costumes

    Women dressed in costumes on steps of Court House.

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  • Native American family

    Man standing with hand on woman's shoulder, child sitting in woman's lap. Text on back: Gift -- Mrs. Clark

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  • Suffrage parade

    Women on a float bearing sign, "Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association, Inc." in front of Memphis Photo Supply on S. Main St. [duplicate photo]

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  • "No Shortage of Nurses Here"

    "Altho Memphis Has Sent 22 To Help Out Uncle Sam - Memphis has 'given' 22 nurses to the army and navy. -- But so far, according to Miss Mattie Malone of the Nurses' Official Registry, Memphis has not…

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  • Dressed and ready!

    Woman & man standing on walkway in front of house. -- Text on front: F8 -- No. 6 -- Text on back: This is a Guaranteed Velox Kodak Print -- Made in Memphis by the -- Memphis Photo Supply Co. -- 126 Mo…

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  • Native American mother and infant

    Osage Indian in casual attire, holding baby. Text on back: Clark -- The Memphis Museum -- June 10, 1956

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  • Streetcar

    Two women & a child disembark from the Poplar Ave. streetcar #155 [negative included].

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  • Woman in hat and scarf

    Woman in hat & scarf, posed in a yard. -- Text on back: Non Curling, Kodak Print. -- Made only by the -- Memphis Photo Supply Co. and G.A. Woodson & Co. -- 126 Monroe Ave., Memphis, Tenn.

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  • 1912: "Gas Works be Damed!!"

    Coovert

    Woman and children sitting with furniture on the edge of flood waters.

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  • Godfrey and the ladies

    Godfrey Mayor with a young woman on each side, sitting on a porch. -- Text on front: G.F. Mayor -- K15-4

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  • Four women

    Four unidentified women.

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  • Women in surgery

    Two women in surgical attire hold unidentified surgical tools. (Photo marked for publication.)

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  • "Dr. Pearce was a leader for women"

    Price, Stephen D

    "...One of two women in her class to graduate from the University of Tennessee Medical School in 1950, she was a pioneer for women in medicine... -- ...Dr. Pearce became the first woman to be appointe…

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  • 1937: "Juvenile Court Hospital"

    Nurse and patients in the Juvenile Court Hospital set up for flood refugees.

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  • Suffrage parade

    Women on a float bearing sign, "Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association, Inc." in front of Memphis Photo Supply on S. Main St.

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  • Native American woman, boy and dog

    Woman seated with boy standing behind her & dog lying next to her. Text on front: Mary Prier -- J.C. Avery, Sedan, Kas. -- Text on back: From... -- Avery -- Sedan, Kans. -- Duplicates from this Negati…

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  • Pedestrians on Monroe Avenue

    Goodman, Oscar

    Newspaper clipping from the Memphis Commercial Appeal that shows pedestrians and businesses on Monroe Avenue. Caption on back of photo reads, "Monroe Ave. looking toward the river from a point just we…

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  • Photographs (2 of 4) - Mabel Williams

    Black and white photograph of Mabel Williams.

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  • Nurses in lab class

    Day and Elliott

    "Laboratory classes demand close attention from students. At school in the Baptist Memorial Hospital, pictured at upper right, Miss Mary Harward instructs, left to right, Miss Edna Parks, Miss Martha…

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  • Mother with her children

    Woman holding infant in her lap, with her arm around toddler.

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