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PRIZED POSSESSIONS
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Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Very old trunk. Carter's Quarter collection.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Cradle, Carter's Quarter.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions This table was given to E. P. Adams as payment for moving a family from Atlanta to Murray County about in the 1930s..
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions This child's chair once was used in the nursery at Zion Church. It's more than 50 years old.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Old School Desks that were used in the Cisco School. The school building has been preserved and contains much area memorabilia.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Large walnut chest dating from 1800s, from the Hattie and C. C. Keith home at Dunn/Eton. Now owned by Nadine Keith.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Mirror/Coat Rack dating from 1800s, from the Hattie and C. C. Keith home at Dunn/Eton. Now owned by Nadine Keith.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Small Camel-top trunk dating from 1800s, from the Hattie and C. C. Keith home at Dunn/Eton. Now owned by Nadine Keith.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Cherry Lamp Table dating from 1800s. From the Hattie and C.C. Keith home at Dunn/Eton. Now owned by Anne Harris Brindle.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions When the C.C. Keith Store, originally located in Dunn, later in Eton, closed in the 1950s, one of the five J & P Coats Thread cabinets was converted into this table. Currently owned by Nadine Keith. (Other items from this store are displayed under "time pieces," "business equipment," and "clothing/accessories.")
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions The second of the five J & P Coats Thread cabinets converted into tables (see preceding entry). Owned by Nadine Keith. (Other items from the Keith store are displayed under "time pieces," "business equipment," and "clothing/accessories.")
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions The third of the five J & P Coats Thread cabinets converted into tables (see Preceding entry). Owned by Nadine Keith. (Other items from the Keith store are displayed under "time pieces," "business equipment," and "clothing/accessories.")
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions The fourth of the five J & P Coats Thread cabinets converted into tables (see Preceding entry). Owned by Nadine Keith. (Other items from the Keith store are displayed under "time pieces," "business equipment," and "clothing/accessories.")
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions The fifth of the five J & P Coats Thread cabinets converted into tables (see Preceding entry). Owned by Nadine Keith. (Other items from the Keith store are displayed under "time pieces," "business equipment," and "clothing/accessories.")
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Also from the C.C. Keith Store, when it closed in 1950s, the ammunition boxes used for the drawers in this handmade cabinet which has been converted to a kitchen work island in the home of Anne Harris Brindle. (Other items from the Keith store are displayed under "time pieces," "business equipment," and "clothing/accessories.")
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions High Chair has been used by all the Dart and Cam Harris Children and grandchildren. Now owned by Anne Harris Brindle.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Walnut Chest made in Murray County, early 1900s by Mr. J. L. Curd. This five-drawer chest is now owned by Anne Harris Brindle


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