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Collection of grammar school valentines exchanged at Spring Place School late 1940s. Herman McDaniel.



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Tap To Enlarge This unusual dollar was issued by Planters & Mechanics Bank of Dalton, April 2, 1855. It was signed by James Morris, President of the bank. Mr. Morris, an early settler in Spring Place, moved to Dalton after the railroad came to that town. Carlton McDaniel, whose family restored the Morris house in Spring Place in the 1980s, owns this collector's dollar.
Tap To Enlarge Letter from Cohutta Springs IOOF Lodge to Lodge in Cleveland, Tennessee.

Submitted to museum by Mitch Kinder of Cleveland, Tennessee.
Tap To Enlarge 1913 photo showing International Order of Odd Fellows from Conasauga, Tennessee, decorating graves at Murray County's Liberty Cemetery at Tennga, Ga.

Pictured from left to right: Sam Yates, Sam Gann, John Moore, John Frady, Geo. McClure, Clifford Davis, Brownlow Pell, Luther Mantooth, Leland Parks, Geo. Mantooth, Johnny Hawkins, Thamer Ray, unidentified, and Richard Parks. The photo was given to Ocoee Lodge No. 97, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, in Cleveland, Tennessee in 1963 by Taylor Davis. By Mitch Kinder.
Tap To Enlarge Alaculsy, Ga. postmark, property of Mitch Kinder, Cleveland, Tennessee.
Tap To Enlarge Reverse side of Alaculsy envelope, Mitch Kinder.
Tap To Enlarge Application from Murray County lumberman residing at Doogan, to join IOOF Lodge in Cleveland. Provided by Mitch Kinder.
Tap To Enlarge Application from Murray County farmer from Doogan to join IOOF Lodge in Cleveland. Provided by Mitch Kinder.

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