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Wife of West Virginia Governor Aretas B. Fleming (1890-1893).
Front Row Left to Right: Mrs. Woolfe; Edd Knight; James Ewing; Miss Etta Hayes; Back Row, L to R: Miss Gypsie Fleming; W. D. Payne; S. S. Green; Mrs. S. S. Green; Miss Ida Fleming; Governor A. B. Fleming. The photograph was taken at S. S. Green's house on Broad Street in Charleston, West Virginia
Identified: James Ewing, Lousie Underwell, Governor Fleming (back row, far right), Gypsy Fleming, Fay Hartley, Brad Clarkson.
A. B. Fleming served as governor of West Virginia from 1890 to 1893.
Photograph post card of West Virginia Governor (1890-1893), A. B. Fleming and his wife, Carrie. There is an unaddressed Thank You note on the back.
Presley Morris, W.L. Lee, William Lively, Joseph Sprigg, Alfred Rhinestrong, and Edwin Maxwell.  Committee dealt with controversy over election of governor in 1889.
'Back row: Mrs. S.S. Greene, Jim E. Wing, Gypsy Fleming, Mr. S.S. Greene, a guest of Mrs. Greene, Governor A.B. Fleming; Front row: Edward W. Knight, unidentified lady, Dallas Payne, Ida Fleming'

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'Is this a scene from Gilbert & Sullivan of a vanished pomp of yesterday?'
'A.B. Fleming, Carrie Watson Fleming, Ida Fleming Miller, Gypsy Fleming Ward, Charles Edwin Ward, Rhoda Brooks Fleming, Brooks Fleming, Jr., Helen Quarrier Miller, Caroline Brooks Ward, Margaret Fleming Ward at Oak Hall (A.B. Fleming's summer home in Oakland, Maryland).'
Aretas Brooks and Carrie Watson Fleming & their twins, George and Virginia.
'Corn bread breakfast at "The modest brown cottage," A.B. Fleming's home in Charleston, W. Va. While Governor, center back; Walton Miller; 2nd row: Alec Quarrier, George McClintic, Mary Long, George Summers, Brad Clarkson, Minnie Owings (married Clarence Watson), Gypsy Fleming, Bob Ewing, Harrison B. Smith; Front Row: Ida Fleming, neice of Mrs. P.C. Gallaher, Fontaine Brown, Miss Caldwell, Bess Summers, Jim Ewing'