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  • Title: Dawson
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    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Portrait of Judge Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky. He is wearing a hard collar, suit and tie. The photograph has some spots of discoloration....
    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Portrait of Judge Chas I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky. He is wearing his hair combed to the side, a suit and tie. Photograph has spots of discoloration....
    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Portrait of Judge Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky. He is wearing his hair combed to the side, a hard collar and tie. The background of the photograph...
    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, 1923.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Portrait of Judge Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky. His hair is combed to the side and he is wearing a hard collar and tie. The photograph has a lot of...
    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, 1926.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Portrait of Judge Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky. He is wearing a hard collar, jacket, and printed tie. A grid has been drawn in the background of...
    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Judge Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky, wearing a suit, hard collar and tie. The photograph has been cut so that only he is visible.
    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Judge Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky, wearing a tuxedo and holding the last of a cigar. The photograph has a few small marks and some discoloration,...
    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky.

    • Portraits; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Judge Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky, raising his right hand, possibly being sworn in, He is wearing a suit. The photograph has been cut so that only...
    • Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, 1929.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Men; Government officials; Judges
    • Side profile portrait of Judge Charles I. Dawson of Crestwood, Kentucky, appointed by President Coolidge as United States Judge for Western District of Kentucky. Hs is wearing a hard collar and tie. Stamped on back of image: June 25, 1929; credit,...
    • Brother Dawson's grave.

    • Women; Men; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Flowers; Girls; Mountains
    • A man wearing hat and vest and two women wearing flowered dresses lay flowers on the grave of Brother Dawson. A young girl with braided hair is visible at right. The grave site is located on a mountain. Brother Dawson had led the Primitive Baptists...
    • Brother Dawson's grave.

    • Women; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Flowers; Mountains
    • A woman wearing a flowered dress lays flowers on the grave of Brother Dawson, which is located on a mountain. Brother Dawson had led the Primitive Baptists on Dry Fork of Christy Creek in Rowan County, Kentucky, a group known for their Gregorian...
    • Dawson Springs Summit House.

    • Hotels; Bell towers; Bands; Brass instruments; Spectators; Men; Horses; Carriages & coaches
    • Three-story brick building surrounded by two porches and with massive dormers and a small bell tower. A crowd gathers on the first floor porch. A brass band stands in a row on the sidewalk, beneath the crowd. Several horse-drawn carts pass along...

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