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A man looks affectionately at the woman standing as he holds her hand and appears to ask for her hand in marriage.
A decorated Christmas tree stands in the corner of the house with presents sorted beneath it.  The home likely belongs to Orvis Zacheus "Oz" Gibson, a brother of the photographer, Scott Gibson.
Ruea May Gribble (b. 02/09/1884; d. 04/25/1911) lays in an open casket.
An African-American man sits with his legs crossed on a chair in a home garden. Subject unidentified.
Two men and two women pose for a portrait.
The woman dressed in black appears to be spying on the man and woman sitting beneath a bush.
A young, unidentified girl leans against a piano as she reads a book.
The woman on the right is holding a Pentecostal Hymnal Book. Subjects unidentified.
A young girl poses with her dolls outside in the snow.
Four small children lead three horses out of the large, wooden stable.
The organization, one of the oldest fraternal societies in America, was established in 1847 as the Junior Sons of America. In 1868, the organization was renamed the Patriotic Order Sons of America. Members are all native-born or naturalized American male citizens, 16 years and older, wishing to create brotherhood.
A child holds on to a glass baby bottle while posing for a picture.