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The first African-American woman to receive a graduate degree from West Virginia University, and the first African-American to serve as a WVU faculty member.
A postcard of the Hatfield Family Cemetery located in Sarah Ann, West Virginia. Also includes photo of "Devil Anse" Hatfield on his horse Fred.
A postcard of the "Devil Anse" Hatfield cemetery monument.
A postcard of the "Devil Anse" Hatfield Monument between Logan and Williamson West Virginia.
Many of the pictured Hatfields are armed with various guns.
A picture of Rose McCoy, daughter of Randolph McCoy and lover of Johnse Hatfield.
A picture of Devil Anse Hatfield (left far back) Betty Caldwell, Madie, and unidentified individuals sitting in a swing set on a rock cliff.
Marion and Rosa Browning with their son Anse.
Elizabeth "Betty" Hatfield Caldwell (L) with her sister Rosa (R).
Tennyson "Tennis" Hatfield's first son by his wife Charlotte "Lottie" Hunter.
Tennyson "Tennis" Hatfield, Willis Hatfield, and Joe Hatfield.
Joe Hatfield (left) and an unidentified little girl.