M02-02 - RUTH FARMER COLLECTION

Ruth Boddie-Farmer is a retired Torreyson Library employee.  These photos represent the Boddie, Moseley, and Rumph families of the Ouachita County Arkansas area during antebellum period (late 1800’s to early 1900’s).

 

Box 1

File 1– Personal Correspondence, 2000

File 2 - Photograph of Russia’s Nicholi, circa 1905

File 3 – Seven Small Photographs

File 4 – Ten Small Photographs. 1899-1903

File 5 – Eight Medium-Sized Photographs

File 6 – Five Large Photographs, circa 1900

File 7 – Four Large Photographs

File 8 – Two Photographs of Military Men from Ouachita Baptist College, 1902

File 9 – Photograph from a Calendar

File 10- Program from The Third Annual Convention of Lone Star Route Highway Association, Inc. 1923

File 11- Photographs

ENV 1 - The George Boddie Home – Harmony Grove four miles northeast of Camden, Ark. (I lived in this house in early 1930’s – Ruth B. Farmer) Picture from painting of Grady Bagwell, grandson of Mamie Boddie and Edwin Coleman, in 1927. House burned in late 1930’s

ENV 2 - Mary Elizabeth Gildersleeve Boddie 1824-1900 (circa) 1870’s

ENV 3 - George Gildersleeve Boddie (1853-1886) Son of George Boddie and Mary Elizabeth Gildersleeve Boddie, Died in June, 1886 alone in Austin, TX of Typhoid Fever

ENV 4- Mary Elizabeth “Mamie” Boddie (1855-1929) 1st daughter of George Boddie and Mary Elizabeth Gildersleeve Boddie.  Married Edwin Gallee Coleman, M.D. Son of Judge Hawse H. Coleman – 5 June 1877 (circa) 1870’s

ENV 5 - Godfrey Coleman son of Mary Elizabeth “Mamie” Boddie Coleman, c.1920’s

ENV 6 - Mary Gilder Coleman Bagwell daughter of Mary Elizabeth “Mamie” Boddie Coleman c. 1930’s

ENV 7 - John Rumph Boddie c. 1870’s

ENV 8 - John Rumph Boddie 1848-1929 son of George Boddie and Mary Elizabeth Gildersleeve  Boddie (circa) 1920’s

ENV 9 - Cornelia Smoker Boddie 1856-1878, Mother of George Kimball Smoker, Wife of John Rumph Boddie

ENV 10 - Mary Elizabeth Gildersleeve Boddie and her grandson George Kimball Smoker Boddie – Picture 1884 – Farmer?

ENV 11 - George Kimball Smoker Boddie (1878-1951) Son of George Boddie and Mary Elizabeth Gildersleeve Boddie – picture 1886

ENV 12 - George Kimball Smoker Boddie (1878-1951) Picture 1882 - Son of John Rumph Boddie and Cornelia Smoker Boddie

ENV 13 - George Kimball Smoker Boddie (1878-1851) Son of John Rumph Boddie and Cornelia Smoker Boddie at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 1907

ENV 14 - Annie Waitie Marie Butler Boddie (1888-1964) daughter of John R. Butler and Kate Clardy and George Kimball Smoker Boddie (circa) 1912

ENV 15 - Robert Lee Boddie (“Tug”) and Wife Sallie Higgins Farley Boddie (1870-1943) Virginia Lee Boddie Patterson – Granddaughter of Robert and Sallie Mary Catherine Boddie Paul daughters of Boddie Jr. 1898-1950 – 1930’s

File 12- Photographs Moseley Family & Dunlap Family

ENV 1 – Frances Caroline “Carrie” Boddie 1860-1892 married Allis Moseley 1887 (circa) 1870’s

ENV 2 - Frances Caroline “Carrie” Boddie Moseley – 1860-1892 (circa) 1880’s

ENV 3 - Harry Fisher Moseley (1888-1945) and his brother George Boddie Moseley 1896-1972 – Picture 1892 or 1893

ENV 4 - George Boddie Moseley 1891-1972 (circa) 1917-18 WWI

ENV 5 - Moseley Home on Hwy 7 at Harmony Grove near Camden, Ark. burned 1927

ENV 6 - William Allis Moseley (1851-1930) and his sister Mary Arkansas Moseley (1845-1928) 1927 picture

ENV 7 - The Dee Newton Family – 1. J. Eustase Newton, 2. Oriana Stone Newton, 3. Robert D. Newton, 4. Capt. Newton, 5. John Boddie Newton, 6. Martha Rivers Newton

ENV 8 - Oriana Stone Newton (1838-1927) Wife of Captain Dee Newton

ENV 9 - Captain De Newton (1835-1898) husband of Oriana Stone came to Arkansas with the William Stone Family – Great-grandmother of Senator David Pryor

File 13- Gaughan Family

ENV 1 - Lula Higgins Gaughan 1st Wife of T. J. Gaughan (1866-1896) (circa) 1880’s

ENV 2 - Patrick Gaughan (circa) 1880’s

ENV 3 - Mary Gaughan (baby) Anna Moseley and Jim Gaughan – early 1890’s

ENV 4 - Sarah Carolina Patterson Gaughan 1832-1912 (circa) Early 1900’s

ENV 5 - Thomas Joseph Gaughan 1864-1939 (circa) 1900’s

ENV 6 - Dennis Lafayette Gaughan 1858-1935 (circa) 1920’s

ENV 7 - Belle Ferguson Gaughan (circa) 1920’s

ENV 8 - At Gaughan Home 1910 – See back of Photo for identification L-R Dr. Bragg, T. J. Gaughan, unidentified man,Helen Bragg Gaughan (2nd wife of T. J. Gaughan) with a Gaughan daughter, Robert Minor Wallace, U. S. Congressman of the district William Jennings Bryan

File 14- Rumphs, Martins, & Colemans

ENV 1 - Martha Hodge Proctor Rumph “Matt” 3rd Wife of John Benjamin Rumph (1850-1925)

ENV 2 - Bettie Rumph daughter of Dr. John Benjamin Rumph died in 1880 c. late 1870’s

ENV 3 - The Rumph Sisters – 1st Row-Hattie, Bessie, Mittie, Lillian 2nd Row – Eugenia, Attalie, Maud – Daughters of Dr. John Benjamin Rumph – c. 1880’s or 90’s

ENV 4 - Fred Hughes Coleman, Col. b. 1881 – Graduated West Point, 1904 Married abt. 1911 Helen Moorehouse

ENV 5 – Sue Martin Russell 1908 (circa) 1908-1950’s

ENV 6 - James Walter Martin 1868-1935  (circa) 1880’s

File 15- Dunlap Family & Dickson Family

ENV 1 - John Franklin Dunlap (1928-1898) Husband of Clara Dickson Dunlap, 1859

ENV 2 - Dick Dunlap with wife and child- Brother of John Franklin Dunlop, who cared for Clara Dunlap and children while John was away during the Civil War

ENV 3 - John B. Dunlap – age 14 (1875-1895) Son of Clara and John Franklin Dunlap

ENV 4 - D. Carey and John B. Dunlap (1875-1895) in Atlanta, Ga. Where John B. attended school

ENV 5 - Cara Lee Dunlap 1868-1941 – Daughter of Clara Dickson and John Dunlap

ENV 6 - Cora Lee Dunlap 1868-1941 – Daughter of John Dunlap and Clara Dickson (circa) 1880

ENV 7 - Lula Dunlap 1862-1919 – Daughter of Clara Dickson and John Dunlap, Married 1888 McDuff Martin (circa) 1880’s

ENV 8 - Lula Dunlap (1862-1919) daughter of Clara Dickson and John Franklin Dunlap, c. 1870’s

ENV 9 - Cora Dunlop Martin 1868-1941 daughter of Clara Dickson and John Dunlap – wife of James (Jim) Walter Martin (circa 1880’s

ENV 10 - Bookmark sent to Cornelia S. Dickson by John Rumph Boddie her nephew

ENV 11 - Sword awarded to S. H. N. Dickson when he was a member of the official escort for General Lafayette when he came back to the States in 1828

File 16 - Boddie Family Photograph Album

End of Box 1

 

Box 2

File 1- Correspondence

File 2 – George Boddie Papers

File 3 – Personal Correspondence to Cornelia Dickson, Mary Boddie & Others, late 1800’s to early 1900’s

File 4 – Newspaper Clippings, 1880

File 5 – Book, Autauga County: The First Hundred Years 1818-1918

File 6 – Tulip Letters, 1877, 1880

File 7 – Journal of Cornelia S. Dickson, 1863-1865

File 8 – Journal of Cornelia S. Dickson, 1870’s

File 9 – Poem From 1870

File 10 – Dictionary – Webster’s New Collegiate, 2nd Edition – copyright 1956

End of Box 2

End of Collection