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Alice Haynes Kibler

Alice H. Kibler at about 7 months old. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Arthur E. Spears (1885-1981)

Arthure E. Spears was Manager of the Charlotte District Mutual Life Insurance Company. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Haynes Family

From left to right: Grace Marie Haynes age 3months, Mable Haynes Futone, 4 years, Alice Haynes Kibler, 2 years, and father, Brevard H. Haynes. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Malone Wedding

The wedding of Laura Spears and William Malone. Physical Description: 8x10 Enlarged version is framed for exhibit. Publisher: Unknown

Kibler Family

Alice Haynes (Kibler) playing the piano. Watching are her father, Bernard Haynes and her mother, Mary Grace Haynes. This photo was taken at their home, 1301 Fairmont Street. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Robert Brown Elliot (1842-1884)

Robert Brown Elliot (1842-1884) arrived in South Carolina in 1867 and established a law practice in South Carolina. He represented the state in the United States House of Representatives from 1871-1874. This image is from Negro Stars in All Ages of the World by W. H. Quick, L. L. B. R Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

Daisy Wallace Johnson (1886-1924)

Daisy Wallace Johnson (grandmother of Alice H. Kibler). Mrs. Johnson was a resident of the Cherry Neighborhood in Charlotte. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown

General Robert Smalls

General Robert Smalls (1839-1915) first became known in the middle of the Civil War when he freed himself, his crew and their families from slavery on May 13, 1862, by commandeering a Confederate transport ship, the CSS Planter, in Charleston harbor, and sailing it to freedom beyond the Federal blockade. Smalls received a reward and after the war served in the United States House of Representatives from South Carolina. This image is from Negro Stars in All Ages of the World by W. H. Quick, L. L. B.
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Brevard Henry Haynes (1908-1980)

Brevard Henry Haynes, the brother of Alice H.Kibler, as a teenager. They grew up in Mallard Creek Township. By 1930, Henry lived in Charlotte and worked as a waiter. Physical Description: Publisher: Unknown