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ark:/16417/th735cv7hdhqfAccident on Georgetown road in which automobile knocked rear wheels and axle off a large trailer. Ray Everett Jones, Georgetown, injured in accident. Picture not published. May 1949.
ark:/16417/th79r4qkhl55hAccident on Georgetown road in which automobile knocked rear wheels and axle off a large trailer. Ray Everett Jones, Georgetown, injured in accident. See Herald May 26, 1949 for story.
ark:/16417/th7gj7lgz1fh4Cabin on Georgetown road in which explosion caused death of Herbert M. Davis.
ark:/16417/th7rxwsxwq39lClose up of the hole in the roof at the tourist cabin on Georgetown road in which a gas-stove explosion occurred. County Patrolmen William Allison in the background. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th7rwvwstpgfcClose up of the hole in the roof at the tourist cabin on Georgetown road in which a gas-stove explosion occurred. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th7mb5q9sw9whCounty Patrolman James Bivens inspects damage to the tourist cabin on Georgetown road in which a gas-stove explosion occurred. Herbert M. Davis died as result of injuries. Miss Marie Sloan critically injured.
ark:/16417/th788qgm4q9b7County Patrolman William Allison pictured at scene of the explosion in tourist cabin on Georgetown road. Herbert M. Davis died as result of injuries. Miss Marie Sloan critically injured. February, 1949.
ark:/16417/th7snbf1bqgwcCounty Patrolmen James Bivens and William Allison inspect burned clothes at the tourist cabin on Georgetown road in which a gas-stove explosion occurred. Herbert M. Davis died as result of injuries. Miss Marie Sloan critically injured.
ark:/16417/th71kb46j0c0dCounty Patrolmen James Bivens and William Allison inspect burned clothes at the tourist cabin on Georgetown road in which a gas-stove explosion occurred. Herbert M. Davis died as result of injuries. Miss Marie Sloan critically injured. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th7xk0vpj56kzDoor to the cabin on Georgetown road in which explosion caused death of Herbert M. Davis. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th71gww6kjwjrGarden at Malvern Hill, home of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Coke, on Georgetown road, one of places to be visited on Garden Club tour.
ark:/16417/th71gf75prvblGarden at Malvern Hill, home of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Coke, on Georgetown road, one of places to be visited on Garden Club tour. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71z0c86s15wGarden at Malvern Hill, home of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Coke, on Georgetown road, one of places to be visited on Garden Club tour. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71d7jqvqk3zGarden at Malvern Hill, home of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Coke, on Georgetown road, one of places to be visited on Garden Club tour. May, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7rj4nx2z3ghPicture of wreck in which driver escaped unhurt. E. H. Hennman, 38, Barbert, Ohio, was driver of tractor and trailer. Crash occurred on Georgetown Road. Patrolman Frank Dillon and a bystander survey the damage.
ark:/16417/th7blwc0dglf1Side of cabin on Georgetown road in which explosion caused death of Herbert M. Davis. February 1949.
ark:/16417/th7qsldzx9m3hThree men injured in collision between truck and car on Georgetown road. Truck owned by R. A. Morton and driven by Arthur M. Miller. Sam Whiteside was passenger in truck and Johnnie C. Brown was driver of car. All African Americans.
ark:/16417/th71c7hsfgm8gThree men injured in collision between truck and car on Georgetown road. Truck owned by R. A. Morton and driven by Arthur M. Miller. Sam Whiteside was passenger in truck and Johnnie C. Brown was driver of car. All African Americans. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7qts263gkstThree men injured in collision between truck and car on Georgetown road. Truck owned by R. A. Morton and driven by Arthur M. Miller. Sam Whiteside was passenger in truck and Johnnie C. Brown was driver of car. All African Americans. December, 1948.
ark:/16417/th7132wxcm425Three men injured in collision between truck and car on Georgetown road. Truck owned by R. A. Morton and driven by Arthur M. Miller. Sam Whiteside was passenger in truck and Johnnie C. Brown was driver of car. All African Americans. December, 1948.