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  • Title: Burns
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    • Burns family, four generations.

    • Group portraits; Families; Tobacco pipes; Pipes (Smoking); Fences; Chimneys
    • A family portrait spanning four generations. Sarah Davidson Burns sits in the center smoking a pipe. Her son William Penn Burns is on the right. Her grandson Henry Burns sits on the left with his daughter, and Sarah's great-granddaughter, Violet...
    • Alfred "Boy" Burns and family.

    • Families; Group portraits; Men; Women; Children; Log cabins; Dwellings; Dogs
    • Alfred "Boy" Burns and his family pose in front of their cabin. From left to right are: Gracie, Roy, an unidentified child sitting in the lap of Alfred's second wife Vinia "Aunt Viny" Robinson, Atkins or "Smokey," and Alfred Burns. Their dog stands...
    • Mrs. Burns and children.

    • Women; Children
    • First wife and children of James Anderson Burns in the side yard of their home at Second and Orchard streets in Oneida where they lived between 1910 and 1914. Left to right are Dugger, Martha E. Sizemore Burns with Robert Walker on her lap, Myrtle,...
    • Family of Harve "Cody" Burns.

    • Group portraits; Families; Swine
    • A portrait of Harve "Cody" Burns and his family. Cody is second from right. His wife, Winnie Stidham, is on the left. Her uncle, Tommy Stidham, is on far right and Arlin "Head" Burns is third from right. A small pig wanders in front of them....
    • Burns family around hearth.

    • Women; Portraits; Log cabins; Tobacco pipes; Pipes (Smoking); Fireplaces; Pails; Milk
    • Sarah Davidson Burns, her grandson Henry Burns, and her great-granddaughter Violet sit at the hearth inside Sarah's cabin. Sarah is smoking a pipe. Her cabin was beside the Dry Branch of Bullskin Creek. The cabin walls are lined with newspapers and...
    • Harve "Cody" Burns family inside cabin.

    • Log cabins; Interiors; Families; Ladders; Home food processing; Rifles
    • The interior of Harve "Cody" Burns' log cabin. Arlin "Head" Burns, at right, uses a "gritter" to grate corn. The "stair-steps," or ladder, on the right leads to the sleeping loft. The walls are lined with newspaper and there is a trap door in the...
    • Home of Prof. Burns for several years.

    • Log cabins; Dwellings; Hills
    • Log cabin located near the head of Little Bullskin Creek close to Oneida. Owned by Alford "Lapper" Burns, this area was considered the ancestral home of the Burns clan. James Anderson Burns' father, Hugh Burns (1823-1879), left here before the War...
    • Professor Burns and Jasper Peters.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Men
    • Professor Burns, Jasper Peters and an unidentified man sit on the lawn outside Marvin Hall on the Oneida campus. Jasper Peters, a long-time friend of Professor Burns, taught at the school in the early years and built one of the first homes in the...
    • Arlin "Head" Burns.

    • Blind persons; People with disabilities; Boys; Log cabins
    • Arlin "Head" Burns, blind son of Harve "Cody" Burns. Arlin's brothers are on the porch of the cabin behind him. Handwritten on bottom border: 412. See ULPA 1982.01.352.p, ULPA 1982.01.434.p, ULPA 1982.01.454.p, ULPA 1982.01.455, and ULPA...
    • Family of Harve "Cody" Burns.

    • Women; Children; Log cabins; Porches
    • Winnie Stidham Burns, wife of Harve "Cody" Burns, sits on the edge of her porch with two of her younger sons. Other family members sit and stand nearby. Handwritten on bottom border: 454. See ULPA 1982.01.352.p, ULPA 1982.01.412.p, ULPA...
    • Professor Burns, Elijah Gay and boy.

    • Men; Boys; Farming
    • Professor Burns, with a with hoe leaning against his shoulder, poses next to Elijah Gay and an unidentified boy while working on a farm. The boy may be Professor Burns' son, Dugger. See ULPA 1982.01.426.p and ULPA 1982.01.489.p for images of this...
    • Jerry Burns playing a dulcimer which he made.

    • Stringed instruments; Zithers; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Porches
    • Jerry Burns on the porch of Carnahan Hall with his foot resting on a fossil and a dulcimer in his lap. Jerry Mier Burns was an early math teacher at Oneida Baptist Institute who also operated a gristmill and built several buildings in Oneida.
    • Misses Combs, Burns and Davidson.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Girls; Portrait photographs
    • Portrait of three female students. Miss Della Davidson, a 1913 graduate of Oneida Baptist Institute, is on the right. The young woman on the left may be Laura Combs, a 1914 graduate, and the student in front may be Chaney Burns.
    • Professor Burns.

    • Men; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Log rafts; Rivers
    • Professor James Anderson Burns sits on a log along the bank of the South Fork of the Kentucky River, north of Oneida. He wears a suit and a straw hat. Log rafts are in the water on the left. Handwritten on side border: 523. Title supplied by...
    • Professor Burns.

    • Men; Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Log rafts; Rivers
    • Professor James Anderson Burns sits on a stump along the bank of the South Fork of the Kentucky River with his foot resting on a log raft. He wears a suit and a straw hat. Other log rafts are in water behind him. This photograph was attributed to...
    • Professor Burns and others.

    • Men; Women; Boys; Girls; Families; Benches; Oneida Baptist Institute
    • Professor Burns of Oneida Baptist Institute and five others pose on and around an outdoor bench. The other individuals may be his wife Martha (sitting second from left), his son Dugger (standing) and his three daughters Myrtle, Dixie and Holly...
    • Professor Burns baptizing Charlie Roberts.

    • Rites & ceremonies; Baptisms; Men; Oneida Baptist Institute
    • Professor Burns baptizes Charlie Roberts on the South Fork of the Kentucky River below Bullskin Creek on Oneida Baptist Institute's Commencement Day in 1916. The blacksmith shop, on the left, sits high over the bank so mules can walk under it. The...
    • Professor Burns.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Men; Reading; Uniforms; Baseball
    • Professor James Anderson Burns "enjoying Uncle Remus," one of his favorite stories. He is wearing a baseball uniform and cap. He loved the sport and played often. Handwritten on bottom border: 541. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • Professor Burns.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Teachers; Men; Walking
    • Professor James Anderson Burns, in a long black coat and derby or bowler hat, walking on the school campus. Title supplied by cataloger.

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