Album 3 - Margaret Ramey (Bond) Pierce

[Seems to be an album containing photos saved by Margaret (Bond) Pierce and also Julia Frances (Bond) Spalding, and maybe Elva (Nash) Bond ]

 

The Margaret and Julia Bond Albums:

 

     These photos were gathered throughout their lifetimes and put in albums by two daughters of Robert Lewis Bond (1836-1916) and Martha Jane Ramey (1850-1907), who lived in Carrollton, Carroll Co., KY.   Five such albums were assembled by Margaret Ramey (Bond) Pierce (1874-1970), wife of Norval Lee Pierce (1871-1951) and Julia Frances (Bond) Spalding (1877-1968), wife of Okey Wallace Spalding (1872-1956).  Additionally, included here is a miscellaneous collection of photographs, scans and digital images captured from the world wide web that have been used for identification or to clarify the identification of the album subjects.

Album 1:    Margaret Ramey (Bond) Pierce
Album 2:    Margaret Ramey (Bond) Pierce
Album 3:    Margaret Ramey (Bond) Pierce
Album 4:    Duplicate and/or Important Photos from Albums 1-3
Album 5:    Julia Frances (Bond) Spalding
Miscellaneous:    Loose photos or unassociated images used for identification or clarification

    

Photography:

     Photos were selected from each album for family interest and to eliminate duplicates, of which there were more than a few.  The photos were copied at a time when digital scanners were too expensive for home use, so they were first photographed.  The selected photos were placed under glass and photographed using four floodlamps at approximately 45 degrees to the lens to minimize glare.  The film was Kodak Plus-X, developed in Kodak D-19.  The resulting negatives were sent to Eastman Kodak to be scanned at 2000dpi and placed on a CD.  The highest resolution image (of five) of each exposure was then stripped from the CD and stored as a .jpg.  Thumbnails are shown below, each having a link to the full resolution image.

     Some albums all have two parts, each having numbering from 0001, owing to the limited storage capacity of the original CDs for the images.  On this website, the second part may or may not be shown, or only a few images of the second part may be shown.  This is because the second parts contain photographs of living persons. 

     Many of the snapshots in the albums may have been taken using a No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak roll film camera, which was part of Margaret (Bond) Pierce's estate.  It produced negatives 35 inches in size.  A large number of snapshots in these albums are that size.

 

Identification:

     Each photograph in the albums has been numbered sequentially, using the form: ALBUM2-PT1 001.  They are in chronological order, with a few exceptions.  Generally, each photo has some kind of caption with it in the albums 1-5; this is quoted immediately following the photo number.  Captions may contain the subject(s) present in a photograph and/or the locale and/or date/year.  If a person is not identified by its caption, they are often identified in another photograph or photographs, which is then included in the subject discussion.

 

 

Cast of Characters:

 

     Margaret Ramey Bond (1874 - 1970), was the daughter of Robert Lewis Bond (1836 - 1916) and Martha Jane "Mattie" Ramey (1850 - 1907).  She lived with her three sisters, Maynie Laura Bond (1872 - 1957), Julia Frances Bond (1877 - 1968), James Dorothy "Dot" [or "Tot"] Bond, and one brother, Richard Frank (who was called Frank or R. Frank) Bond (1881 - 1948).  While growing up, the family first lived at a farm called Clearview, in the Sharon neighborhood on Four Mile Road about five miles south of Ghent, Carroll County, Kentucky; this house was abandoned but still standing as late as 1997.  Later, they moved to a larger house called Smoke Tree, on the Ohio River bank, about one mile east of Carrollton, Carroll County, Kentucky; this house burned to the ground in the early  's.  After his children left home and his wife died, Robert L. Bond moved to a smaller house called Mapleview in Sanders, Carroll County, Kentucky; this house is still occupied.  About 1910, Margaret moved to New Orleans, living with her brother Frank.  She married, in 1912, Norval Lee Pierce (1871 - 1951), son of James Perry Pierce (1841 - 1916) and Emeline F. Rolston (1840 - 1895) of Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky.  They first lived in Marseilles, Illinois, where Norval was the manager of a General Roofing Company (now known as Certainteed) Plant.  Almost immediately, they started making plans to return to farming, purchasing 647 acres just south of Woodville, Wilkenson County, Mississippi, that they called The Plantation, despite the fact that the "big house" appears to be a three-room clapboard shack, where both of their children were born.  In 1919, they sold out of Woodville, and moved to Tupelo, Lee County, Mississippi, first on an 80-acre farm west of town, and about 1925, to a town lot in Tupelo.  By 1930, they lived in Chicago, flying high in real estate speculation.  Their oldest, Norval Lee Pierce, Jr. died in April of 1931 from a ruptured spleen, the unexpected effect of a boyish fight, they were running a sandwich shop (more like a hot-dog stand) around the corner from their residence.  By the winter of 1932/33, they gave in to the depression and moved onto "Frankelva", the 69-acre summer or vacation property/farm just south of Natchitoches, Louisiana owned by Frank and Elva Bond, Margaret's brother and sister-in-law.  Initially, Norval fixed up the house, which was in a disreputable state, to be livable.  It then became a comfortable summer retreat of Frank and Elva.  In 1936, they were joined there by Okey and Julia (Bond) Spalding, Margaret's sister.  After the death of Frank Bond in 1948, Norval Pierce in 1951 and Elva shortly after, Margaret, Julia and Okey were allowed to continue to live on "Frankelva", despite its deed having descended to Elva's heirs.  Some time after Okey died in 1956, the two sisters, now elderly, moved to a rental house in town. 

     Maynie Laura "Dixie" Bond (1872 - 1957) was R. L. and Mattie Bond's eldest child.  In 1891, she married Pierce Godbey Winslow (1873 - ?). Pierce was a cabinet-maker in the 1910 census, later, a hand in an automobile plant.  In 1901, they had a son, William Beverly Winslow (named after Pierce's father); he died at just 6 years of age in 1907.  Shortly thereafter they divorced.  Pierce re-married sometime between 1920 and 1930.  Maynie moved to the Oakland area and re-married Clarence Seward Smith (his 2nd marriage) between 1915 and 1920.  Smith had been born in Nova Scotia, Canada, and was naturalized before their marriage.  They lived in Oakland the remainder of their lives.  He was a home-builder during the California bungalow era; she ran a boarding house in one of his large houses.

     Julia Frances Bond (1877 - 1968), Margaret's next youngest sister, married in 1905 Okey Wallace Spalding (1872 - 1956).  Okey was a traveling salesman, and, for a while, they lived with R. L. Bond in his Sanders, Kentucky house.  There, they had a daughter, Margaret Catherine "Kit" Spalding (1907 - 1992).  When Kit was small, they lived in Lake Charles, Louisiana, then Little Rock.  In 1936, after Kit was off to college, Julia and Okey joined Margaret and Norval at "Frankelva" in Natchitoches.  Kit studied nursing at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, but had a long career as a newspaper reporter at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

     James Dorothy "Tot" Bond (1979 - 1964), Margaret's youngest sister, married in 1906 Arthur Yaeger Hayes (1979 - 1942).  He was described as a banker in their marriage record, and later as a farmer in the census.  They lived in Smithfield, Henry County, Kentucky, where his family was located and he was born.  Tot Hayes worked as a bookkeeper when she worked.  They had two sons: Robert Bond Hays (1912 - 1969), a Methodist minister who lived in the Atlanta, Georgia vicinity, and Arthur Hayden Hayes (Abt. 1915 - Bet. 1915-1920) who died in infancy.

     Richard Frank "R. Frank" "Frank" Bond (1881 - 1948), the only son of Robert L. and Mattie Bond, married in 1918 Elva Victoria Nash (1884 - 1951).  By 1910, his occupation was listed as superintendent of a cracker factory in New Orleans; his entire career was spent in the employ of the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco), New Orleans.  Frank and Elva bought a house in New Orleans at 30 Neron Place, about a block from the intersection of Canal St. and S. Carrollton St., the end of the line of the St. Charles streetcar.  Elva received, as a legacy from her mother, the ~69 acre farm, which she and Frank re-named: "Frankelva."  When Frank's sisters, Margaret and Julia and their husbands, needed a place to ride out the depression, and eventually to retire, "Frankelva" was offered.  In return, Norval Pierce and Okey Spalding renovated the house and kept the property in repair. 

 

Album 3 Part 1

 

  001 ALBUM3-PT1 001:  Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:  Snapshot.

Subject:  "Ira Pierce, Marion, Kentucky".

Date:  c. .

  002

 

ALBUM3-PT1 00: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Studio portrait, printed on gelatine paper, then glued into the album.

Subject: Identified in the album:  "C.J. Crider, Marion, Ky."
      Cortis Jackson Pierce (1864-1924), son of James Perry Pierce (1841-1916) and Emeline F. (Rolston) Pierce (1840-1895), and husband of Laura Miles (1875-1963)

Date: c.1905; he looks to be in his middle 40's..

Lower Image:
     Since this photo was definitively identified in this album, the image was one of those used to compare to unmarked images that might be Cortis.
    The source of the images (e.g., CCHS 209) are overlain on the images.  They are (left to right): FPY 012, FPY 044, ALBUM 3 PT1 0002, FPY 013, and ALBUM 3 PT1 0003.

  003

 

ALBUM3-PT1 003: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: Identified in the album [left to right]: 
     Back row: "Cort (Cortis Jackson Pierce (1864-1924)), Ira (Ira Tilden Pierce (1876-1924)), George (George M. Crider (1861-1917)) & Cora Crider (Cora A. (Pierce) Crider (1869-1915))";
     Front row: "Maggie (Maggie Walker (1894-1954)), Father (James Perry Pierce (1841-1916))+ Miriam (Miriam Pierce (1898-1987))".

Date: c.1914.
     Cora (Pierce) Crider, died 31 Aug 1915, so the photo may not be later than than that.  Miriam looks at least 16, and she was born in 1898, so the photo was probably taken in c.1914.

Lower Image:
     Since this snapshot definitively identified Cortis Jackson Pierce, the image was one of those used to compare to unmarked images that might be Cortis.
    The source of the images (e.g., CCHS 209) are overlain on the images.  They are (left to right): FPY 012, FPY 044, ALBUM 3 PT1 0002, FPY 013, and ALBUM 3 PT1 0003.

  003 detail  ALBUM3-PT1 003 detail:
     This detail is a close-up of Maggie Walker, ward of James Perry Pierce.  This is an important photo, since all the other subjects are known from many images, and therefore it is a photo from which she can be unambiguously identified.
  004  ALBUM3-PT1 004: Photographic gelatine print mounted in the album.

Photographer: Unknown.

Subject: The photo is captioned: "G.C. Pierce, St. Louis, MO".  George Collin Pierce (1877-1965), son of James Perry Pierce (1841-1916) and Emeline F. (Rolston) Pierce (1840-1895), and husband of 1) Lucy Ruth Boaz (1880-1963), 2) Lucy Ruth Farris (1885-?), and 3) Louise Unknown (abt. 1899-?).

Date:
He appears to be in his 20's - c.1900.
  005 


ALBUM3-PT1 005: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject:  Caption in the album reads: "Cora Pierce Marion Ky".  Cora A. Pierce (1869-1915), daughter of James Perry Pierce (1841-1916) and Emeline F. (Rolston) Pierce (1840-1895), and wife of George M. Crider (1861-1917).  

Date:
c. 1885.  She aappears to be in her middle teens.

Lower Image:
     Since this photo was definitively identified in this album, the image was one of those used to compare to unmarked images that might be Cora.
     The source of the images (e.g., CCHS 209) are overlain on the images.  They are (left to right): ALBUM 4 PT1 0059, CCHS 229, CCHS 227, FPY 015, ALBUM 3 PT1 0005, FPY 017, FPY 016, FPY 018, ALBUM 3 PT1 0021, FPY 019, and FPY 167.jpg
  006  ALBUM3-PT1 006: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Marseilles, Ill. Our first house of the marriage 1912".

Date:
c. .
  007 ALBUM3-PT1 007: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "".

Date:
c. .
  008  ALBUM3-PT1 008: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Myrtle Walker, Ira Pierce, Miriam Pierce [l-r]".

Date:
c. .
  009  ALBUM3-PT1 009: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Winstandley Home Winstster (Winchester) Tenn. [but is actually in Knox Co.] Margaret Bond (seated left".

Date:
c. .
  010  ALBUM3-PT1 010: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "1908 Margaret Bond, Mr. & Mrs. Wade Lyons, New Orleans, La".

Date:
c. .
  011  ALBUM3-PT1 011: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "High Water New Orleans, La.".

Date:
c. .
  012  ALBUM3-PT1 012: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Miss. River New Orleans, La".

Date:
c. .
  013  ALBUM3-PT1 013: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: " R.L. Bond Father in New Orleans".

Date: c. .
  014  ALBUM3-PT1 014: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"R.F. Bond, New Orleans, La. Treatment for head or hair".

Date:
c. .
  015  ALBUM3-PT1 015: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
" Frank & Margaret (Bond)".

Date:
c. .
  016  ALBUM3-PT1 016: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Bill Currie (left), Frank Bond".

Date:
c. .
  017  ALBUM3-PT1 017: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Maynie Smith [on back Feb 5th 1928 Oakland, Calif. Notice the lilies at back steps]".

Date:
c. .
  018  ALBUM3-PT1 018: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
" Smith Maynie & Clarence [on back: Aunt Mae & Uncle Clarence]".

Date:
c. .
  019 


ALBUM3-PT1 019: Photographic gelatine print, captioned "Florence Yandell".

Photographer:
Studio photograph, removed from a mount and pasted into a photograph album.

Subject:
  Florence Emeline Pierce (1861-1938), daughter of James Perry Pierce (1841-1916) and Emeline F. Rolston (1840-1895), and wife of William Bennett Yandell (1857-1940).

Date:
  She appears to be about 40 years old, so c.1901.

Lower Image:

     This photo was identified by a caption written by Margaret (Bond) Pierce, the sister-in-law of Florence.  The identification, therefore, is not in question, and it was used in the image strip shown here to identify suspected images of Florence.
     The source of the images (e.g., CCHS 217) are overlain on the images.  They are (left to right): FPY 054, CCHS 268, CCHS 250, FPY 092, CCHS 217, CCHS 216, FPY 008, CCHS 224, CCHS 225, and ALBUM 3 PT1 0019.
  020  ALBUM3-PT1 020: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Miriam Dobyns, Hazard, Kentucky".

Date:
c. .
  021 
ALBUM3-PT1 021:
Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Studio portrait.

Subject:
Album is marked: "Cora Crider".  Cora A. Pierce (1869-1915), daughter of James Perry Pierce (1841-1916) and Emeline F. (Rolston) Pierce (1840-1895), and wife of George M. Crider (1861-1917).  

Date:
c.1895.  She appears to be about the same age as in an image thought to be taken around the time of her wedding (FPY 019).

Lower Image:
     Since this photo was definitively identified in this album, the image was one of those used to compare to unmarked images that might be Cora.
     The source of the images (e.g., CCHS 209) are overlain on the images.  They are (left to right): ALBUM 4 PT1 0059, CCHS 229, CCHS 227, FPY 015, ALBUM 3 PT1 0005, FPY 017, FPY 016, FPY 018, ALBUM 3 PT1 0021, FPY 019, and FPY 167.jpg
  022  ALBUM3-PT1 022: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
No caption.

Date:
c. .
  023  ALBUM3-PT1 023: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
  No label, but a tinted copy print of tintype of Martha Ramey Bond.  Heavy coloring obscures the photographic details in the face.

Date:
c. .
  024  ALBUM3-PT1 024: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject:
" [back- Pierce Home, Marion, KY. LaFayette Studio, Lexington, KY stamped 7275".

Date:
c. .
  025
ALBUM3-PT1 025: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
" 'Father's old home where his grandfather settled coming from Virginia and where he was born and is still owned by the family - his niece and nephew".

Date:
c. .
  026  ALBUM3-PT1 026: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"On farm Clear View father (R.L. Bond)".

Date:
c. .
  027  ALBUM3-PT1 027: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"R. Frank Bond and Margaret Bond out for a drive with Startle while visiting home Clear View".

Date:
c. .
  028  ALBUM3-PT1 028: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Spalding visiting home Clear View".

Date:
c. .
  029  ALBUM3-PT1 029: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"View of the Ohio River and Indiana hills from our river bank [back- view from back of our old house Ky]".

Date:
c. .
  030  ALBUM3-PT1 030: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Father and his Ky bred Gay [actually spelled Gex but pronounced Gay] Denmark".

Date:
c. .
  031  ALBUM3-PT1 031: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"1908 Tarpley apartment 6th and Krytalia [back- New Orleans Tarley place]".  This is the first home of R. Frank Bond and his bride Elva (Nash) Bond.  The 1910 census (R. Frank a lone lodger, since he didn't marry until 1918)  gives the address as: 1502 6th St., Ward 11, New Orleans, LA.  James A. Tarpley and family are the occupants of the other half of the duplex.

Date:
c. .
  032  ALBUM3-PT1 032: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Kit Spalding Mardi Gras 1911".

Date:
c. .
  033  ALBUM3-PT1 033: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Catherine Spalding".

Date:
c. .
  034  ALBUM3-PT1 034: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Grandfather Bond [& Robert Bond Hays] in the orange grove New Orleans, La".

Date:
c. .
  035  ALBUM3-PT1 035: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"[another orange grove photo]".

Date:
c. .
  036  ALBUM3-PT1 036: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Grandfather Bond and Robert Bond Hays, Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, La".

Date:
c. .
  037  ALBUM3-PT1 037: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"[R.L. Bond, New Orleans]".

Date:
c. .
  038  ALBUM3-PT1 038: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"New Orleans 1908 Mr. & Mrs. Wade Lyons from Shelbyville, KY, mother and R.L. Bond".

Date:
c. .
  039  ALBUM3-PT1 039: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "R. Frank Bond and friends at Victoria, Texas 1905".

Date: c. .
  040  ALBUM3-PT1 040: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"no label [probably Texas]".

Date:
c. .
  041  ALBUM3-PT1 041: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"R. Frank Bond Elva Nash Just we Two".

Date:
c. .
  042  ALBUM3-PT1 042: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Judge Sawyer Home Hammond, La, Judge Sawyer & [Mina]".

Date:
c. .
  043  ALBUM3-PT1 043: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
" [back: Lane Lake Natchitoches 1938".

Date:
c. .
  044  ALBUM3-PT1 044: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"R. Frank Bond Maynie B. Smith".

Date:
c. .
  045  ALBUM3-PT1 045: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Mr. & Mrs. R.F. Bond 30 Neron Place [N.O.]".

Date:
c. .
  046  ALBUM3-PT1 046: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Frank [Bond] and Mrs. Winstandly, Elva [(Nash) Bond]".

Date:
c. .
  047  ALBUM3-PT1 047: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"FrankElva farm J. Frank Pierce, looking around".

Date:
c. .
  048  ALBUM3-PT1 048: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"FrankElva 1932".

Date:
c. .
  049  ALBUM3-PT1 049: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Mr. & Mrs. N.L. Pierce viewing the farm [back- FrankElva 1933 winter of]".

Date:
c. .
  050  ALBUM3-PT1 050: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Just arrived [at FrankElva]".

Date:
c. .
  051  ALBUM3-PT1 051: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject:
"FrankElva In the rough".

Date:
c. .
  052
ALBUM3-PT1 052: Photographic albumen print.

Photographer:
Amateur or Professional 5x8" glass plate  contact print.

Subject:
"Frank Bond, Cole Belch, Will Bond, Pierce Winslow, John Hawe [back- W side Court St. Carrollton]". 
     This copy photo was taken like all the others in black & white,  But, unlike the others, the original was sepia toned.  The color of this image has been colored to match the original.
    
Around 1895, William Scott Bond (1866-1949) and his brother, Albert Sydney Bond (1868-1952), both sons of James A. Bond (1828-1893), ran a stable in off the courthouse square in Marion, the county seat of Crittenden Co., KY.   

Date:
c. 1895.
ALBUM3-PT1 052: 
     Then and Now: a comparison of the above photo of the Bond Brothers Sale and Training Stable and the  same location today - the site was on the west side of the courthouse square, Marion, KY.  
     The wooden Bond Bros structure has been replaced by a brick building, but the building next to it on the right is still standing, although all that can be seen of its original appearance is the brick 2nd story.  The location was found because this second story has large, ornamented windows that are unique in Marion.
  053  ALBUM3-PT1 053:

A closer view of the folks standing in front of the Bond Bros. Stable.
  054  ALBUM3-PT1 054: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"[back- Dad & his paper 1909 Maple Lawn, Sanders, Ky]".

Date:
c. .
  055  ALBUM3-PT1 055: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Frank 1909".

Date:
c. .
  056  ALBUM3-PT1 056: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject:
"Frank 1909 [written on back: Frank & Gay Denmark 1909 Maple Lawn]".

Date:
c. .
  057  ALBUM3-PT1 057: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Father [written on back: RL Bond on Gay Denmark Maple Lawn, Sanders, KY 1907]".

Date:
c. .
  058  ALBUM3-PT1 058: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"On the farm, Natchitoches, La".

Date:
c.1930's.
  059  ALBUM3-PT1 059: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Scene on the farm Frankelva Natchitoches, La [back- 1942]".

Date:
c. .
  060  ALBUM3-PT1 060: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"James Frank Pierce [prob. 1942]".

Date:
c. .
  061  ALBUM3-PT1 061: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"[another FrankElva farm scene 1942]".

Date:
c. .
  062  ALBUM3-PT1 062: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Margaret [written on back: rather silly]".

Date:
c. .
  063
ALBUM3-PT1 063: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
" Mrs. James R. Ramey [Aunt Sallie to Margaret (Bond) Pierce], Harold Ramey, and Ruth Ramey Schuerman, taken in Ky [written on back: Harold, me, Ruth]".  Aunt Sallie and two of her children.

Date:
c. .
  064  ALBUM3-PT1 064: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Studio portrait, photographer unknown.

Subject:
"Boy Friends of the nineties - Anderson Adcock".  The boy friends are probably Julia's, since Margaret only was married at age 41.

Date:
c. .
  065  ALBUM3-PT1 065: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Studio portrait, photographer unknown.

Subject:
"Boy Friends of the nineties - Harry Eljer".  The boy friends are probably Julia's, since Margaret only was married at age 41.

Date:
c. .
  066  ALBUM3-PT1 066: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Studio portrait, photographer unknown.

Subject:
"Boy Friends of the nineties - Jake Lee [see CCHS image 277]".  The boy friends are probably Julia's, since Margaret only was married at age 41.
     There is a cabinet card of Jake and his wife in the Crittenden Co. Historical Society Album No. 2 (CCHS image 277).  From the photographer's Anoka, MN imprint, they apparently lived in the Minneapolis, MN area.

Date:
c. 1900.
  067  ALBUM3-PT1 067: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Commercial St. Court Frank, Bill Currie and friends".

Date:
c. .
  068  ALBUM3-PT1 068: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Commercial St. Court R. Frank Bond".

Date:
c. .
  069
 
ALBUM3-PT1 069: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Commercial St. Court Ella Mundy Ramey".  Ella (1895-1970), daughter of James Richard Ramey (1858-1921) and Sallie R. Munday (1868-1950), married Winslow H. Schuerman (1895-1953).

Date:
c. 1915.
  070
 
ALBUM3-PT1 070: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Commercial Street, Natchitoches, La".  The persons rocking on the porch are (L-R): R. Frank Bond, H. Winslow  Schuerman (probably), Ella (Ramey) Schuerman, and Elva (Nash) Bond.

Date:
c. .
  071  ALBUM3-PT1 071: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Kit and Norval Lee, Woodville, Miss [back- Kit 10, Norval 3]".

Date:
c. .
  072  ALBUM3-PT1 072: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Kit and Norval Lee, Jennings, La".

Date:
c. .
  073  ALBUM3-PT1 073: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"James Frank Pierce, Tupelo, Miss".

Date:
c. .
  074  ALBUM3-PT1 074: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Kit, Aunt Frank, Norval Lee".

Date:
c. .
  075  ALBUM3-PT1 075: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"[Kit]".

Date:
c. .
  076  ALBUM3-PT1 076: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"[Spalding family]".

Date:
c. .
  077  ALBUM3-PT1 077: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"RL Bond Gay Denmark UCV".

Date:
c. .
  078  ALBUM3-PT1 078: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Dick Ramey Jim Lindsay on farm".

Date:
c. .
  079  ALBUM3-PT1 079: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Tot Hays, Martha (Bond) Ramey, Mary Belle Ramey, Will C. [Nellie] Ramey, Margaret Ramey, Julia Spalding, Maynie Winslow, R.F. Bond & baby Kit.".

Date:
c. .
  080  ALBUM3-PT1 080: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Studio portrait.

Subject:
"William Beverly Winslow age 9 yrs".  He must have died shortly after this photo was taken.  His grave is marked 1901-1907, which doesn't seem to leave time to have turned 9. 

Date:
c. .
  081  ALBUM3-PT1 081: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Studio portrait.

Subject:
"no caption [but Maynie mourning for William Beverley Winslow, Jr. photo].".

Date:
c. .
  082  ALBUM3-PT1 082: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"O.W. Spalding 1915 [written on front of photo]".

Date:
c. .
  083  ALBUM3-PT1 083: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Miss Catherine Spalding Little Rock, Ark.".

Date:
c. .
  084  ALBUM3-PT1 084: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Mrs. O.W. Spalding Jennings, La 1915 [back- Mrs. OW Spalding, 1116 Pithon St., Lake Charles, La]".

Date:
c. .
  085  ALBUM3-PT1 085: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Frank Bond, Minneapolis, 1902; Hamptons: Walton, Harvey, Jack, Mary, Ella [short one female]. Frank Bond and Walton Hampton were with the Natl. Bis. Co .".

Date:
c. .
  086  ALBUM3-PT1 086: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
May have been taken by a photographer at the stables, or a snapshot.

Subject:
"Maynie Bond riding her Kentucky horse - on Ky Artist 1908 McMinnville, Tenn.".  Her somber dress may mean that she is still in mourning for her son, William Beverley Winslow (1901-1907).

Date:
c. .
  087  ALBUM3-PT1 087: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Studio portrait, probably.

Subject:
"At the Hays; Tom Thumb Wedding Robert Bond Hays and Catherine Spalding.".  Catherine never was married as an adult.  My theory is that she was traumatized by this event.  Robert, on the other hand, does not look to be traumatized.

Date:
c. .
  088  ALBUM3-PT1 088: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Mrs. John C. Bond".

Date:
c. .
  089  ALBUM3-PT1 089: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Studio portrait.  Theatrical peasant look?  It certainly isn't streetwear, or even a type of blouse that would have been worn at the time.

Subject:
"Martha Ramey Eminence, KY".  There are two Martha Rameys that are grandchildren of Richard Henry Ramey (1824-1859), both cousins of Margaret (Bond) Pierce, the probable maker of this album: 1) Martha (1884-1958), daughter of Walter S. Ramey, but they lived in Tennessee, not Eminence, and 2) Martha (1886-?), daughter of Nathaniel C. Ramey, who lived in Shelby Co., KY, near Eminence.

Date:
c.1907.
  090  ALBUM3-PT1 090: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Aunt Helen [Bond]".

Date:
c. .
  091  ALBUM3-PT1 091: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Mary Louise Chambers [Warsaw, KY]".

Date:
c. .
  092  ALBUM3-PT1 092: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Cath. Spalding, ---, Ella Mundy Ramey on the bank of the Ohio River, as you can see the Ind. hills, Carrollton, KY".

Date:
c. .
  093  ALBUM3-PT1 093: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Father [RL Bond]".

Date:
c. .
  094  ALBUM3-PT1 094: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Frank and Elva in City Park, New Orleans".

Date:
c. .
  095  ALBUM3-PT1 095: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Contentment [Frank and Elva]".

Date:
c. .
  096  ALBUM3-PT1 096: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Mt Pisgah, NC [Frank and Elva]".

Date:
c. .
  097  ALBUM3-PT1 097: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"[RL Bond New Orleans]".

Date:
c. .
  098  ALBUM3-PT1 098: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Sam Waltzman, Gussie Dietlern and Elva".

Date:
c. .
  099  ALBUM3-PT1 099: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Frank Bond, Gussie Dietlern, Sam Waltzman, Audubon Park.".

Date:
c. .
  100  ALBUM3-PT1 100: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer:
Snapshot.

Subject:
"Home of Frank and Elva Bond 30 Neron Place, New Orleans, La [back- taken 1940]".

Date:
c. .

 

 

 

Album 3 Part 2

 

  001 ALBUM3-PT2 001: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Elva".

Date: c.

   002

ALBUM3-PT2 002: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "At home of Mr. & Mrs. N.L. Pierce Tupelo, Miss".

Date: c.

  003

ALBUM3-PT2 003: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Dorothy and Julia [back- Mrs. Dorothy Adams [Lexington, KY] Mrs. OW. Spalding 1941]".

Date: c.

  004  ALBUM3-PT2 004: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Margaret, Tot, Julia & Frank [back- 1938]".

Date: c.
  005  ALBUM3-PT2 005: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "James & Helene [Pierce]".

Date: c.
  006  ALBUM3-PT2 006: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Mrs. J. Frank Pierce Helene St. Louis, MO [back- Frankelva 1940]".

Date: c.
  007  ALBUM3-PT2 007: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Frankelva 1942 O.W., Margaret, Charlie [Hulbert], Frank, Jane [Hulbert], Julia".

Date: c.
  008  ALBUM3-PT2 008: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "party at Frankelva [back- Virginia Bond, RF Bond, Mrs. NL Pierce, Mrs. OW Spalding, John Bond, Kit Spalding, Mrs. AY Hays 1938".

Date: c.
  009  ALBUM3-PT2 009: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Kit (l) and Virginia Bond (r)".

Date: c.
  010  ALBUM3-PT2 010: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "back row: NL Pierce, Margaret, RF Bond, Elva, John C. Bond, Virginia Bond, Bess Bond, OW Spalding. front row: Tot, Julia, Kit 1938".

Date: c.
  011  ALBUM3-PT2 011: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "[no label]".

Date: c.
  012  ALBUM3-PT2 012: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "[no label]".

Date: c.
  013  ALBUM3-PT2 013: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "[no label]".

Date: c.
  014  ALBUM3-PT2 014: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "[no label]".

Date: c.
  015  ALBUM3-PT2 015: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "[no label]".

Date: c.
  016  ALBUM3-PT2 016: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "[no label]".

Date: c.
  017  ALBUM3-PT2 017: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Karen [Pierce] at Memphis, Tenn. [back- July 15, 1943".

Date: c.
  018  ALBUM3-PT2 018: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Karen [Pierce] 14 months".

Date: c.
  019  ALBUM3-PT2 019: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "James Pierce and Queeny [back- October 1944]".

Date: c.
  020  ALBUM3-PT2 020: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Bob, Jr. [Hays]".

Date: c.
  021  ALBUM3-PT2 021: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Robert Bond Hays".

Date: c.
  022, 023 & 025 ALBUM3-PT2 022, 023 & 025: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: Fox Hunting sequence, Carrollton, KY.
     022: "Fox Hunt, Carrollton, KY"
     023: "J.C. Bond has the fox in a sack"
     025: "The fox race has started [1946 in ink on front]"

Date: 1946
  024  ALBUM3-PT2 024: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "How John loved to hunt.".  John C. Bond (1879-1948).  Even though including amongst the fox hunt photos, this must be from a different year, since he sports a mustache. 

Date: c.
  026  ALBUM3-PT2 026: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Dixie 1946 [Maynie 73 yrs]".  Dixie was Maynie's nickname.

Date: c.
  027  ALBUM3-PT2 027: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Studio portrait; the studio is not known.

Subject: "Elva Nash Bond New Orleans 30 Neron Place [prob. 1920, as husband's portrait].".

Date: c.
  028  ALBUM3-PT2 028: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Studio portrait, unknown studio.

Subject: "Maynie (Bond) Smith".  Nowadays politically incorrect, but her father did fight for the Confederacy, and her nickname was Dixie.

Date: c.1900
  029  ALBUM3-PT2 029: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Studio portrait, studio unknown.

Subject: "Martha Jane Ramey Eminence, KY [copy of a tintype]".  One of many prints of this image.  One of the prints was colored, but this one shows no such addition.

Date: c.1870
  030  ALBUM3-PT2 030: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "R. Frank Bond 30 Neron Place New Orleans, La. 1920.".

Date: c.
  031  ALBUM3-PT2 031: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "RL Bond with dog 'Loud' before Civil War [copy of tintype".

Date: c.
  032  ALBUM3-PT2 032: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "Robert Bond Hays, Jr. with champion fox dog collar mentioned in story".

Date: c.
  033  ALBUM3-PT2 033: Photographic gelatine print.

Photographer: Snapshot.

Subject: "R.L. Bond, probably at 'Clear View'".

Date: c.

 

 

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