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Chowan County, Edenton, N.C. Confederate veterans reunion, June 3, 1908 or 1909. First row left to right - Josiah Harrell, A. Bateman, Andrew Briggs, William Dorsey Pruden, ___ Holloman, Andrew? J. Ward, W.D. Rea, ___ Potter; second row left to right - George A. Bowen, John Hollowell, Mrs. Louisa Badham (widow of William Badham), Abram T. Bush; third row left to right - John D. Par[r]ish, Joel White, J.M. Deanes, Martin Jones, Thomas Davis Warren, Jeremiah Jones, J.H. Kipps (Blacksburg, VA), William B. Shepard, P.H. Bell, W.T. West, Arthur Collins (Somerset, Washington County), ___ Cittison. Neg. 86-72. Original print owned by Rebecca Warren.

Lenior County, Kinston, N.C. A Confederate veteran of the battle of Kinston fought on May 8, 1865. Photograph possibly made on May 10, 1920, at dedication ceremonies for a monument commemorating the battle. Photographic print by Mary Grace Canfield. Neg. 79-157. NCC vault VC917 C22, p. 13.

Lenior County, Kinston, N.C. "Veterans of battle of Kinston." The battle was fought on March 8, 1865. Photograph possibly made on May 10, 1920, at dedication ceremonies for a monument commemorating the battle. Photographic print by Mary Grace Canfield. Neg. 79-442. Mary Grace Canfield Collection (41), board 2.

Lenior County, Woodington, N.C. Confederate Memorial Day celebration at Woodington Universalist Church, 1920. Photographic print by Mary Grace Canfield. Neg. 79-165. NCC vault VC917 C22, p. 18.

Macon County, Franklin, N.C. Reunion of Confederate veterans at Franklin about 1905. The photograph was made in front of the courthouse. Neg. 750-nc. Collection 31, series 1.

Transylvania County, Brevard, N.C. Reunion of Confederate veterans, probably at Brevard, N.C., 1911. Photographic print. Neg. 83-23. FP3-C748-V58.