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Title
Etta McReynolds Sullivan, about 1900, wife of John Wesley Sullivan
Date Created and/or Issued
1900
Contributing Institution
Sonoma County Library
Collection
Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Photo--black and white: Etta McReynolds Sullivan circa 1900, wife of John Wesley Sullivan (1854--1924). Etta is daughter-in-law of Isaac W. (1807-1891) and Mary "Polly" (Gilliam) (1833-1885) Sullivan early pioneers of Sonoma County. Photographed by Hill Studio of San Jose, CA. Handwritten caption on back "Aunt Etta Sullivan."
Type
Image
Format
Still image
Identifier
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