Title: Bachelor's Club of Albany, Missouri
Description: Interior view of a group of men taken in Albany, Missouri around 1885. Identified on the back of the photograph as the Bachelor's Club of Albany, Missouri. Picture is reprinted in a 1915 Albany, Missouri newspaper article with the photograph. The men are identified as: top row, left to right - G.G. Strock, H.C. Amos, Horace J. Peery, Dr. F.G. Smith, Ed Hubbard, J.W. Clement. Lower row, left to right - E.C. Amos, Geo. W. Hunter, Nash A. Peery, Reece W. Crockett.
Item Type: Photograph
Collection: Peery Family Papers (SC40)
See finding aid: http://localhistory.kclibrary.org/u?/Local,36975
Notes: Horace J. Peery married Bola Williams.
Location: SC40, Box 7, Folder 611, Number 12
Local Subject: Albany, Missouri; Clubs; Peery, Horace J.; Peery Family
Digital Format: JPEG
Transcription: The 1915 Albany, Missouri newspaper text concerning the men in the picture:
As to the group of men shown in the picture, not one of the number now resides in Albany.
G.G. Strock lives at St. Joseph. The next in the order which they are named, H.C. Amos lives at Poteau, Oklahoma; Horace J. Peery died in Albany five years ago; E.C. Amos resides at Poteau, Oklahoma; Dr. F.G. Smith resides at Los Angeles, Cal.; Ed Hubbard resides at Bethany, Mo.; J.W. Clement died at Des Moines, Iowa; Geo. W. Hunter makes his home at Jefferson City, Mo.; Reece W. Crockett died at his home some years ago; Nash A. Peery married Nettie McIntosh and moved later to Portland, Oregon, where she died later, and where Mr. Peery now resides.
Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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