Wilson Daily Times, 11 December 1946.
W.C. Hart —
Walter C. Hart
Calvary Presbyterian Church Rev.
O.J. Hawkins The Girl Scouts —
Jean Wynn, Marjorie Taylor, Helen Barnes, Ruth Hart, Vilma Dew, Mary Morris, Barbara Jones, Evangeline Reid, Myrtle Lynch and Dorthy Bynum
Hattie Margaret Henderson joined Troop 11 shortly after the first group of girls received their pins. This Girl Scout Handbook, published in 1948, belonged to Henderson.
Wilson Daily Times, 16 August 1946.
W.C. Hart — Atlanta, Georgia, native
was a Lutheran minister as well as Negro Boy Scout executive. Walter Calvin Hart C.W. Foster —
, a county extension agent. Carter W. Foster H.M. Fitts —
Howard M. Fitts Sr ., a school principal. Dr. G.K. Butterfield —
George K. Butterfield Sr ., a dentist. Hartford Best —
, a department store porter and choral director. Hartford E. Bess J.M. Miller Jr. —
, a school principal. John M. Miller Jr. O.J. Hawkins —
, a Presbyterian minister. Obra J. Hawkins Dr. B.O. Barnes —
, a physician. Boisey O. Barnes Sr. W.N. Bethel —
, an insurance agent. Wilton N. Bethel
Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church
Calvary Presbyterian Church
Saint John A.M.E. Zion Church
First Baptist Church
Rocky Branch Christian Church Frederick Douglass High School
Wilson Daily Times, 5 May 1949.
Mrs. W.C. Hart — Spartanburg, South Carolina native
Sophia Shelton Hart was a teacher. Mrs. B.O. Barnes —
. Flossie Howard Barnes The Girl Scouts —
Mildred Mincey, Cleo Taylor, Louise Holiday, Joyce Walker, Joan Wright, Thelma Weaver, Betty Mincey, Bella Mildred Gilchrist, Barbara Hodges, Brownie Moore, Ruth Hart, Helen Barnes, Hattie M. Henderson, Marjorie Taylor, Clara Cannon, Selma Brown, Vilma Dew, Jean Wynn, Myrtle Lynch, Mary Morris, Barbara Hodges, Evangeline Reid, Barbara Jones.
Sophia and Walter C. Hart, early 1930s.
Hill’s Wilson, N.C., City Directory (1947-1948).
Photograph courtesy of grandson Keith M. Harris.