Jesse “Jack” Henderson (1893-1970).
Photograph in the collection of Lisa Y. Henderson.
Nina F. Hardy (1882-1969).
A native of Duplin County, North Carolina, Nina Frances Faison Kornegay Hardy migrated to Wilson in the first decade of the twentieth century. She worked for decades as maid and cook for Jefferson and Annie Applewhite Farrior and for William D.P. Sharpe Jr. This photo booth portrait was probably made in the 1940s.
These photo booth shots, found in a collection owned by Hattie Henderson Ricks, likely date to the mid 1940s. The women are perhaps sisters. I have no identifying information about them.
Childhood photographs of the family and friends of Hattie Henderson Ricks. All grew up in East Wilson.
Hattie Mae Henderson Ricks (1910-2001), circa 1925.
Unknown teen, ca. 1920s.
Bessie Henderson Smith (1917-1996) and Alice Henderson Mabin (1920-2017), with their father Jesse “Jack” Henderson, circa 1930.
Annie Marian Gay Hawkins Barnes (1925-1981), ca. 1930.
Lucian J. Henderson (1926-2003), ca. 1933.
Cecilia Mae Jones Krider Williams (1927-2014), ca. early 1940s.
Ruby Lee Jones (1929-??), mid-1940s.
Jesse A. Henderson (1929-2005), ca. 1937.
Brothers Johnnie W. and Charles Jones. (Cecilia and Ruby were their sisters.)
Rederick C. Henderson (b. 1934), ca. 1941.
Hattie Margaret Henderson Ellis (b. 1936), ca. 1939. (The hand belonged to Annie Marian Gay.)
Photographs now in the possession of Lisa Y. Henderson.