A.C. Monk and Company/A.C. Monk Family Collection, Photographs

A.C. Monk and Company/A.C. Monk Family Collection, Photographs
Photographs of A.C. Monk, Sr. of Farmville, N.C, other Monk family members, and business associates of A.C. Monk, Sr. One portrait photograph identified as A.C. Monk. Two postcards of A.C. Monk, Sr. and two other persons standing behind a group of fish laid on a board. Notes on reverse identify A.C. Monk, Sr., Ralph Garrett, president of Person-Garrett Tobacco Company, and "Mr. Scales." Notes also identify location as Morehead City, N.C. and date range as early to mid 1930s. One photograph of three persons walking on an unidentified city street. Note on reverse identifies A.C. Monk, Sr., Ralph Garrett, and J. Con Lanier, an attorney in Greenville, N.C. One photograph of First Christian Church, Farmville N.C. inscribed "Christmas Greetings - Mr. and Mrs. [Z].B.T. Cox." One portrait photograph, notes on reverse include "Frank Davis" and an address for Mrs. Agnes Blount in Ayden, N.C. One photograph of a young woman seated on the front bumper of an early automobile. Note on reverse gives a likely identification as Ruby Jones, a niece of A.C. Monk, Sr., and identifies the location as the A.C. Monk & Co. factory on Horne Ave. in Farmville. Other items include one photograph of an unidentified house and five photographs of unidentified persons, likely Monk family members. Dates approximated.
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