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Group portrait photograph of church members celebrating Old Folks Day, Newry Church of God, Newry, South Carolina Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of seven men and sixteen women, presumably church members, celebrating Old Folks Day, Newry Church of God, Newry, S.C.
Memorandum of Understanding, July 31,1925, appointing Wilma S Thompson as a teacher of the Newry School Clemson University Libraries Memorandum of Understanding, 1925 July 31, appointing Wilma S Thompson as a teacher of the Newry School; Courtenay Manufacturing Co, Newry, S.C.
1925-07-31
Group portrait photograph of two young women and one young man, Newry, S.C. Clemson University Libraries Halftone screen; group portrait of two young women and one young man, Newry, S.C.; May, Luds, and Maud
Photograph of Courtenay Manufacturing Company, Newry, South Carolina Clemson University Libraries Photograph of Courtenay Manufacturing Co, Newry, S.C.
Portrait photograph of a United States Army soldier Clemson University Libraries Photograph; portrait of a United States Army soldier; First World War
Group portrait photograph of Mattie Long Dillard and Cordelia Morrison Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of Mattie Long Dillard and Cordelia Morrison
Group portrait photograph of fourteen South Carolina mill baseball players Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of fourteen South Carolina mill baseball players
Group portrait photograph of four young women, Newry, S.C. Clemson University Libraries Halftone screen; group portrait of four young women, Newry, S.C.
Group portrait photograph of four young men, Newry, S.C. Clemson University Libraries Halftone screen; group portrait of four young men, Newry, S.C.
Group portrait photograph of two young women, Newry, S.C. Clemson University Libraries Halftone screen; group portrait of two young women, Newry, S.C.
Group portrait photograph of eleven South Carolina mill baseball players Clemson University Libraries Halftone screen; group portrait of eleven South Carolina mill team baseball players
Group portrait photograph of eight boys, Newry, S.C. Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of eight boys, Newry, S.C.; boys pose in front of a small wooden building
Group portrait photograph of Abney Mills baseball team, Newry, South Carolina Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of thirteen men and one boy, Abney Mills baseball team, Newry, S.C.
Group portrait photograph of 34 children, presumably school children from Newry School, Newry, South Carolina Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of 34 children, Newry, S.C.; presumably school children from the Newry School
Courtenay Manufacturing Company Cotton Mill, Newry, South Carolina, surveyed Feb 17, 1920 Clemson University Libraries Plat, blueprint of Courtenay Manufacturing Co, Newry, S.C., surveyed on Feb 17, 1920
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1920-07-07
Group portrait photograph of 28 children, presumably school children from Newry School, Newry, South Carolina Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of 28 children, Newry, S.C.; presumably school children from the Newry School
Group portrait photograph of 23 children, presumably school children from Newry School, Newry, South Carolina Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of 23 children, Newry, S.C.; presumably school children from the Newry School
Group portrait photograph of children holding books (presumably Newry School students), Newry, S.C. Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of 23 children holding books, Newry, S.C.; presumably school children from the Newry School
Receipt, Courtenay Manufacturing. Company bought of W. W. Keyton, seed cotton Clemson University Libraries Receipt, Courtenay Manufacturing. Co., bought of W. W. Keyton seed cotton; Newry, S.C., Nov. 1, 1898
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1898-11-01
Group portrait photograph of a teacher and children, presumably from the Newry School, Newry, S.C. Clemson University Libraries Photograph; group portrait of one woman and 16 children, Newry, S.C.; presumably the teacher and school children from the Newry School