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Harold W. T. Purnell Photograph Collection


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This picture is described in the text below.
Photograph Number:: 6544p
Description:: Unidentified newspaper boy
Date:
Collection: RG 9015-003-001
Collection Name: Harold W. T. Purnell Photograph Collection
Location: Box 50, Folder 11

 
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Photograph Number:: 6262p
Description::Lorenzo J. Raughley just finished serving three months in county jail for buying votes.
Date:
Collection: RG 9015-003-001
Collection Name: Harold W. T. Purnell Photograph Collection
Location: Box 47, Folder 1

 
This picture is described in the text below.
Photograph Number:: 6192apn
Description::Hannah E. Stockley with her grandfather’s slave, Jints. Hannah’s grandfather, James Anderson, owned fifteen slaves on his Broadkill Hundred farm. Her father was Governor Charles C. Stockley who served from 1883-1887. This is the only known photo of a slave in Delaware.
Date: 1860-1861
Collection: RG 9015-003-001
Collection Name: Harold W. T. Purnell Photograph Collection
Location: Box 48, Folder 3

 
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Photograph Number:: 5886p
Description::Tommy Donaldson, “Willie Kidd USA”
Date: May 20, 1899
Collection: RG 9015-003-001
Collection Name: Harold W. T. Purnell Photograph Collection
Location: Box 42, Folder 6

 
This picture is described in the text below.
Photograph Number:: 5528pn
Description:: Unidentified group of children with their pet goat.
Date:
Collection: RG 9015-003-001
Collection Name: Harold W. T. Purnell Photograph Collection
Location: Box 39, Folder 8

 
This picture is described in the text below.
Photograph Number:: 4808p
Description:: Wallace Willin Maull (3 years 8 months) and his brother George Baylis Maull (1 year 7 months) clutch their Teddy Bears for the camera. After President Theodore Roosevelt refused to shoot a bear cub during a 1902 hunting trip, “Teddy’s Bear” quickly became a popular children’s toy.
Date: 1908
Collection: RG 9015-003-001
Collection Name: Harold W. T. Purnell Photograph Collection
Location: Box 34, Folder 5

 
This picture is described in the text below.
Photograph Number:: 4783
Description:: Battermans baby contest, first prize winners Victoria Lucas and Virginia Lucas, 14 months old.
Date: May 1920
Collection: RG 9015-003-001
Collection Name: Harold W. T. Purnell Photograph Collection
Location: Box 34, Folder 4