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A brass ensemble from Webster Springs, made up of men and boys, poses in the woods with a dog.
A large group of people get together at a pavilion in Webster Springs, a town known for its hot sulphur springs and large hotel.
"Picnic group leaving Rutherford Hotel for Whittaker Falls about 1912.First wagon, left to right: Isaac Curry, Doy Rutherford, Hawes Thurmond with large hat, Goodrich White, Garrett Thurmond, Ben Hamrick, Beatrice Cogar, Belle Wethered, R. Moore Dodrill, Eula Thurmond, Eva Lowe.Second wagon: Zetta Stanard, Mrs. S. P. Allen, Attorney H. C. Thurmond, 'Doc' White.Buggy: Faye Thurmond, Roy Rutherford, Kate White. Mrs. Arch Rutherford is on balcony. Unknown observer is in background. Photo was preserved by Mrs. Faye Thurmond Meeker of Charleston, W. Va."
Selma Lagerlof was a Swedish author and fellow Nobel laureate.
Nobel Prize winner Pearl Buck, her husband Richard Walsh and Buck's Danish publisher Halfdan Jespersen in Copenhagen, Denmark.
"The "Good Earth" desk- an antique Chinese hardwood piece at which Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize winning author Pearl S. Buck penned her famous novel- is on display with other Asian and American antiques."
"This card is from the International Headquarters of the Pearl Buck Foundation For Amerasian Children."