Morrison and Eppinette, Historical Ouachita County, p. 68


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"Valley Home" was the plantation of Jesse T. McMahan, a Civil War veteran and former steamboat captain. Captain McMahan and his wife, Sarah Jones McMahan, are seated in the foreground. The young people on the porch are (left to right) Georgia Scoggins King, Thomas Scoggins (adopted by the McMahans), and Alice Scoggins Wood. The photograph was taken in the late 1800's.

Photograph from the Helen Morgan Collection

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The Felsenthal and the Heller families are picured at the Felsenthal home in Camden about 1900. The people are (front row, left to right) Beatrice Heller, Marie Heller, Mrs. David Felsenthal, Sonnel Heller, Dorothy Heller, David Felsenthal, Corinne Felsenthal, Nora Felsenthal; (standing behind the two children) Gertrude Felsenthal; (second row, left to right) Ike Felsenthal, Eva Heller, Blanche Felsenthal, Sidney Felsenthal, Jake Felsenthal; (top row, left to right) Adolph Felsenthal, Lee Felsenthal, Arthur Levy, and Henry Heller. The members of these familis were prominent in Camden business and community activities.

Photograph Courtesy of Robert E. Hosford

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The T.J. Gaughan fmaily is pictured in front of their home on Washington Street in Camden. Arkansas, about 1920. The family members are (left to right) Thomas, Ethel, Bessie, Virginia, Caroline, Ruth, Mr. T.J. Gaughan, Mrs. Helen (Bragg) Gaughan (in back), Mary Alice, Helen, and Bettie Lu (in front of Mr. Gaughan). Emmet Gaughan, father of Bettie Lu, was the photographer.

Photograph Courtesy of Bettie Lu Gaughan Rogers

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Four generations of the Moore family are pictured at Frenchport in 1912. They are (left to right) Carl Britton Moore, James Britton Moore, James M. Moore, and Wilburn Moore.

Photograph Courtesy of Gertrude Moore







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