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Photograph showing nine of Hugh and Grace Morrison's eleven children.

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Family photograph of George Edward, Sr., and his wife, Mary (Harrington) Morrison seated on a bench outside. Both are looking at their son, George E. Morrison, Jr., who is standing by his mother.

George Sr. was the son of photographer Hugh Jr.…

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Portrait of Louis E. Morrison, son of the photographer, Hugh Morrison, Jr. taken just after his 19th birthday.

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Portrait of John Frederick William Morrison as a young boy. He is posed in studio wearing a suit and tie. John was the son of the photographer, Hugh Morrison, Jr.

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Portrait of Louis E. Morrison as a boy. He was one of the sons of the photographer, Hugh Morrison, Jr. and operated the photo studio after his father's death.

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Portrait of Helen Morrison Booker posed in studio. The photograph was likely taken during her teenage years.

She was a daughter of the photographer, Hugh Morrison, Jr., and his wife, Grace Morrison.

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Portrait of Helen Morrison Booker as a young woman. She was a daughter of the photographer, Hugh Morrison, Jr. and Grace (Johnson) Morrison.

Helen married John S. Booker (1904-1979) and had a daughter. She died and was buried in Waynesboro,…

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Portrait of the photographer, Hugh Morrison, Jr. in a checkered suit and turned up collar.

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Portrait of (L to R): Hugh Starke Morrison with his son, Hugh Morrison Jr., and his grandson, Hugh Morrison III. The original photograph was entitled, "Three of a Kind."

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Portrait of (l to r): Hugh Morrison, III, with his father, Hugh Morrison, Jr. and his grandfather, Hugh Starke Morrison.

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Portrait of Hugh Morrison, Jr., taken in the late 1890's or early 1900's.

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"Soxie" was the name of the puppy in this image. The dog belonged to the photographer, Hugh Morrison, Jr.

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Photograph of a group of young women posed in dance costumes.

Identified are (l to r): ?, Virginia Saum, Eunice Morrison, ? Miller, ?, Emma Lou (Stoner) Golliday.

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Photograph of eight female dancers dressed in folk costumes.

A few of them have been identified. They are (l to r): Mildred "Muggsie" Sherman, ?, ?, Eunice L. Morrison, ?, ?, Katherine (Miller) Emswiler, and Isabel (Henshaw) Coverstone.

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Portrait of Louis E. Morrison.

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Portrait of Hugh Morrison, Jr. as a middle-aged man.

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Photgraph of Louis E. Morrison as a young boy.

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Photograph of Louis E. Morrison as a small boy.

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Portrait of Louis E. Morrison as a young boy. His feathered hat trails feathers down his back. Louis was a son of the photographer, Hugh Morrison, Jr.

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Photograph of Harold Morrison, Sr., his wife Louise Ambrose Morrison, and their dog Brownie sitting on the porch of their home.

The structure was located on U.S. Route 11, east of Pugh's Run.

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Portrait of the photographer, Hugh Morrison Jr., seated on a stone bench next to his son, Thomas Morrison. Hugh's legs are crossed and he is leaning towards his son. In his hand is a copy of "The Literary Digest."

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Group of students from Woodstock High School, circa 1928. Those that have been identified include: Estaline Funk (second row, second from the left), Margaret Magruder (first row, first on the left), and Eunice Lawman Morrison (first row, second on…

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Portrait of Helen (Morrison) Booker, her father, the photographer Hugh Morrison, Jr., and her baby daughter, Grace Booker.

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Portrait of Louis E. Morrison as a young, curly-haired boy.

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Photograph of Louis E. Morrison as a young boy standing in front of a house and holding the leash of a greyhound-like pet dog. Emulsion damage is visible on the plate.
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