Photographs of the Ruskin Cooperative Association

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Annie Johnson, Alma Wilkes
R.C.C. '14 Annie Johnson, Alma Wilkes, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Zoe Cowen, Martin Zook
Country Courtship, R.C.C. 1915, Zoe Cowen, Martin Zook, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Ruskin Cave and Mill 1896
Ruskin Cave & Mill 1896, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Prof. Rork, Mr. Holton, Mr. Carnegie
Prof. Rork, Mr. Holton, Mr. Carnegie, 1896, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Dr. and Mrs. McDill, Mr. Holton in background, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Fields and sister
Dr. and Mrs. McDill, Mr. Holton in background, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Fields and sister; Taken in 1897, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Poverty Ball costume for Saint Patrick's Day
Orchestra At the Entrance On the Beach Kodaking on South Campus, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Graduates 1914
Graduates '14, Left to right, Annie Johnson, Mimmi Lee Johnson, Mrs. R.C. Forman, Sue Harvill, Verna Skelley, Ruth Moore, Miss Whitehurst, Miss Reding, Sue Webb, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Mr. Hardy and daughter Mae
Mr Hardy & Daughter Mae, at his home in 1962., Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Group of people
Mae (Hardy) Miller, Glenn Hardy, T.H. Hardy, Gladys (Hardy) Rader, Fred Hardy, Chespeake, Missouri, Just after the death of Mrs. Hardy 1952 in Spertember. All in this picture lived in Ruskin. Fred & Gladys were born in Ruskin; All have passed away except Mae & Gladys, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Mr. Tyrus H. Hardy, former postmaster, and daughter Mae
Mr Tyrus H. Hardy, former postmaster and daughter Mae, fer daughter Gladys, her granddaughter Reba, and great granddaughter Robin; Five Generations, Mr. Tyrus Henry Hardy, Mrs. Mae Pauline Miller, Mrs. Guy Douglas, Mrs. Reba Cotton & her daughter Robin; This picture was made in Memphis, Tennessee in 1963 at the home of Reginald R. Miller, son of Mae P. Miller, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Hardy family house
This is the house Mr. Hardy lived in when he left Ruskin, the boys are his sons the oldest is Cameron , the other is Glenn; Made about 1912. There was a huge but beautiful weeping willow tree in the front yard., Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.
Post Office at Ruskin, Tennessee
Post Office at Ruskin, Tennessee, Postmaster Tyrus H. Hardy, about 1909 or 1910, dad ran a gristmill in this small building behind the post office, a doctor Logans once lived in this house also a Rev; Morelock, Dates inferred from dates of archival collection.

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