John Dawson Collection

Scrapbook Pages - Newspaper and Magazine Clippings

Box Folder Item Description Thumbnail
M01.2.01 3 1.1 Front:
[blank page]
 
M01.2.01 3 1.2 Back:
[Two photos cut from a magazine article about Seventh Day Adventist missions. Glued to scrapbook page.]
C1: Photo of a camp meeting in South Africa
Handwritten as label for C1: "This is the crowd that gathered when William Sinnus [?] graduated".
C2: Photo of "A village chief welcomes the missionary."  Handwritten as label for C2:: "Ulysees [sic] Camberal S. & W.  Very Religious"
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M01.2.01 3  2.1 Front:
[Four photos cut from a magazine article about Seventh Day Adventist missions.  Glued to the scrapbook page along with a numbered key to the photos.]
Handwritten at top of page as label for C4: "I don't know why Daniel pick  such a Bunch to Drink W[ith].
C3: Key
C4: Four men standing in front of South Sea Islands church
C5: Children and teachers standing outside of Seventh Day Adventist school in Puerto Rico
C6: Students and teachers standing outside of Seventh Day Adventist school in Haiti
C7: Four men in native dress, the most scantily clothed with a circle drawn around his head.
Handwritten at bottom of page as label for C7: "Council always like to sing Bass so he has the ink circle" [Key describes this picture as "South Sea Islanders in Heathen State."]
 
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M01.2.01 3  2.2 Back:
Handwritten at top: "Open For Business [sic] August, 15, 1940"
[Drawing cut from newspaper and glued to scrapbook page]
C8: J. C. Penney Company, Inc.
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M01.2.01 3   3.1 Front:
Handwritten at Top: "Asheville J.C.P. 1st Leaders"
[Six photos with biographies under pictures and one article, all cut from newspaper and glued to scrapbook page]
C9: E. C. Sams, President of Nation-Wide Concern
C10: Mr. J. C . Penney - Founder of J. C. Penney Company
C11: L . E . Stearns - Heads New Store
C12: J. W. Gaines, Assistant Manager
C13: Mr. Rollin Caven
C14: Mr. J. D. Carr
C15: "Policies Are Permanent" article
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M01.2.01 3  3.2 Back:
[2 photos, 1 photo cut from magazine, 1 drawing cut from newspaper]
C16: Photo cut from magazine: A nurse standing beside patient in wicker wheelchair: Labeled "This is Daniel's Bess. God Bless "you" My Dear".
P18: Double exposure of African American woman holding pocketbook: Labeled above: "Council thinks "so" much of this young Lady until he taken her twice" and below: "Yours for ever Miss E. Banks"
C17: Drawing cut from newspaper of man in coffin with cover resting on ground. Ditty: "Ma Loved Pa / Pa Loved Ma / "But" Ma caught Pa / With one in swimming / Up There Lies Pa".
P19: Photo of African American woman and small boy in front of hand-made quilt: Labeled "Do any one here Remember Me & Me!!!"
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M01.2.01 3 4.1 Front:
[blank page]
M01.2.01 3 4.2 Back:
Handwritten: "Wings Over Jordan"
C18: Photo cut from program of "Rev. Glenn T. Settles Originator"
C19: List of "Special Request Numbers" cut from program
C20: Photo cut from program of "Worth Kramer Conductor"
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M01.2.01 3 5.1 Front:
[Wings Over Jordan Program: Six photos cut from program.  Shows choir, featured soloists, and list of songs]
C21: Paul Breckenridge, tenor
C22: Olive Thompson, soprano
C23: Albert Meadows, tenor
C24: Williette Firmbanks, contralto
C25: Choir behind sign: "Columbia CBS" 
C26: Martha Spearman, soprano
C27: Excerpt from Program
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M01.2.01 3 5.2 Back:
[Two "Dorothy Dix" advice columns ("How to Succeed in Love and Marriage; Advice on Problems in Domestic Relations"), cut from newspaper.]
C28: "Be a Flatterer and you Will Always Be in Love..."
C29: "Husbands Lose Wives' Love When They Become Careless..."
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M01.2.01 3 6.1 Front:
Handwritten: "My Boy, Henry"
[Article and photo of boxer Henry Armstrong cut from newspaper.]
C30: "Ring Board Holds Up Pay Of Jenkins And Armstrong"]
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M01.2.01 3 6.2 C31: Cartoon by Lichty, "Grin and Bear It"
[Parents on porch. Dad says to runaway son, "...and if you find the world pretty hard by the time you pass the drug store, will you bring me back some tobacco?"]
Handwritten: "My Socialist Gal  Dotty Dix" 

[One "Dorothy Dix" advice column ("How to Succeed in Love and Marriage; Advice on Problems in Domestic Relations"), cut from newspaper.]
C32: "Widows Know Technique of Catching More Husbands..."
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M01.2.01 3 7.1 Front:
Handwritten: "God Bless America"
[Page cut from newspaper with two photos and three articles relating to Franklin D. Roosevelt accepting party nomination for a third term.]
C33: "Roosevelt Broadcasts Gratitude"
Handwritten beside photo of FDR: "My Choice"
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M01.2.01 3 7.2 Back:
[Two photos and "Grab Bag" (a trivia news feature) cut from newspaper and glued to scrapbook page]
C34: "Grab Bag"
C35: "Sec'y Henry A Wallace"
Handwritten on photo of  Henry A. Wallace: "Your Man Wilkie "
C36: "Roosevelt Accepts"
Handwritten on photo of Franklin Delano Roosevelt: "My Man"
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