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Laminated identification card certifying Walter C. Pruitt as a member of the fire department of the city of Hopkinsville. Pruitt became the first African-American fire fighter in Hopkinsville in 1962.

Negative image copy of the death certificate of Ollie Bingham.

Single folded sheet program describing the 24th annual worship service for the descendants of Ned and Ollie Groom Bingham held August 17th and 18th 2012 in Hopkinsville. The program contains features portraits of Ned and Ollie, a list of activities,…

Poster featuring the descendants of Ollie and Ned Bingham. The reverse contains their individual obituaries.

Photograph of the Bingham family reunion committee taken August 20th, 2005 at the Trigg County Complex. Included in the photograph are Sarah Nance, Mary Phillips, Dorothy Smith, Bobbie Hutchins, Diane Croney-Turner, Paulette Robinson, Delma Nance,…

Booklet published to accompany the memorial service for Mrs. Mary Etta Dillard Pollard, July 1 2005 at Virginia Street Baptist Church in Hopkinsville. Includes a program, reflections and photographs.

Color group photograph of the surviving children of Mary Etta Pollard. Left to right; Mary G. Pollard, Frank James Pollard, Nannie Pollard Croney, Helen Pollard, Mary Jones and Alice Gertrude Pollard.

Newspaper clipping reporting the retirement of J.T. Walker and the sale of his business to Dr. Tresa Croney Banks. Includes photographs of Walker and Banks.

Paper card attesting that Walter C. Pruitt, Jr holds the commission of Colonel in the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels.

Cover and title page for the book Ain't I a woman: Black women and feminism by bell hooks. Title page is inscribed by the author to Gwenda, her sister.
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