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Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Home of E. P. And Bessie Mae Adams, painted by Marcia Kendrick.
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Three oil paintings by a man who was liberated from a Nazi concentration camp by the Americans at end of World War II. In 1959 Mr. Schaeffer, then almost 80 years old, worked in a U.S. military mess hall in Landshut, Germany. Herman McDaniel bought the paintings from him there.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions A still-life oil painting by Betty Jean Bartley. Owned by Henrietta McDaniel.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Painting of the last Courthouse at Spring Place by artist Luke Carter.. Owned by Whitfield-Murray County Historical Society.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions Murray County Courthouse at Spring Place, by J. F. Terry, 1979. Number 18 of 20 copies, owned by Herman McDaniel, who attended school in the building.
Tap To Enlarge - Prized Possessions "The Conductor" created by Jon Adams, 1961, using felt-tip markers. Jon was in the U.S. Army stationed in Landshut, Germany at the time. Because Herman McDaniel, a fellow G.I. living down the hall, liked the work so much that he came to see it almost every day, Jon gave McDaniel the work when McDaniel returned to the U.S.
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These 4 groupings of Henrietta McDaniel's prized collection of Christmas carollers were displayed in her living room when she unexpectedly died in December 2013. She liked to share specific details about each of the carollers with family and friends who admired her collection.

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