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Material Information

Title:
Armwood Family papers
Physical Description:
9.00 : (14 boxes) ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Armwood ( Armwood Family )

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Genealogy -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Tampa (Fla.) -- Politics and government   ( lcsh )
Genre:
ead   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Scope and Content:
The collection provides a general overview of the Armwood family’s numerous accomplishments and professional and personal activities.  Birth, marriage, and death certificates are included as well as photographs, correspondences, legal documents, military service records, newspaper clippings, brochures and other printed materials, diaries, manuscripts, and speeches.
Preferred Citation:
Armwood Family papers, Special Collections Department,  Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Acquisition:
Hazel Armwood Orsley, Burnie H. Orsley, and John H. Armwood
Biographical:
In 1866, the Armwood family settled near the Alafia River in Seffner, FL. Over the years, the family played a major role in the social and political development of Hillsborough County, especially as related to the area’s African American community.  In 1878, family patriarch Levin N. Armwood, Jr. (1854 - 1936) married Margaret Holloman (1862 - 1936), the daughter of Hillsborough County pioneer Adam Holloman. Levin and Margaret Armwood had five children:  Walter Adam (1879 - 1944), Idella (1881 - 1968), James (1883 - 1889), Henry (1884 - 1885), and Blanche (1890 - 1939).  A citrus-grower by trade, Levin Armwood, Jr. served as Hillsborough County’s first African-American deputy sheriff, Supervisor of County Roads, and Postmaster; he was also the first African-American police officer for the city of Tampa.  In 1914, along with his son Walter, Levin Armwood opened the Gem Drugstore on Central Avenue- the first African-American owned drugstore in Tampa. One of the most widely recognized members of the Armwood family, Blanche,  is regarded as one of Hillsborough County’s most prominent women of the early 20th century.  An educator and speaker who rose to national heights, Blanche Armwood began her professional career as a teacher for Tampa’s African-American schools.  In 1914, the same year that her family opened the Gem, Blanche was contacted by the Tampa Gas Company to serve as a demonstrator.  Later that year, Armwood established the Tampa School of Household Arts, where African-American women and girls learned domestic science skills.   She served as principal, instructor and course developer for the school and eventually established a sister school, the New Orleans School of Domestic Science, in Louisiana.  Based on Armwood’s success, other domestic science schools were established in Georgia, Virginia and South Carolina. Other significant accomplishments of Blanche Armwood include appointment as Supervisor of Negro Schools for Hillsborough County (1926 - 1934) and co-founder and first executive secretary of the Tampa Urban League.  In 1985, Armwood Senior High School was dedicated in her honor.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
None.  The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright.  Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at http://www.copyright.gov/ for more information.
Resource Identifier:
usfldc doi - A18
usfldc handle - u29.28-a18-ead
System ID:
SFS0031847:00001


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Guide to the Armwood Family papers
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Fax: 813-396-9006
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Other Information:
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Additional information may be found at usfldc:U29-00028-A18
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In 1866, the Armwood family settled near the Alafia River in Seffner, FL. Over the years, the family played a major role in the social and political development of Hillsborough County, especially as related to the areas African American community.
In 1878, family patriarch Levin N. Armwood, Jr. (1854 1936) married Margaret Holloman (1862 1936), the daughter of Hillsborough County pioneer Adam Holloman. Levin and Margaret Armwood had five children:  Walter Adam (1879 1944), Idella (1881 1968), James (1883 1889), Henry (1884 1885), and Blanche (1890 1939).
A citrus-grower by trade, Levin Armwood, Jr. served as Hillsborough Countys first African-American deputy sheriff, Supervisor of County Roads, and Postmaster; he was also the first African-American police officer for the city of Tampa.  In 1914, along with his son Walter, Levin Armwood opened the Gem Drugstore on Central Avenue- the first African-American owned drugstore in Tampa.
One of the most widely recognized members of the Armwood family, Blanche,  is regarded as one of Hillsborough Countys most prominent women of the early 20th century.  An educator and speaker who rose to national heights, Blanche Armwood began her professional career as a teacher for Tampas African-American schools.  In 1914, the same year that her family opened the Gem, Blanche was contacted by the Tampa Gas Company to serve as a demonstrator.  Later that year, Armwood established the Tampa School of Household Arts, where African-American women and girls learned domestic science skills.   She served as principal, instructor and course developer for the school and eventually established a sister school, the New Orleans School of Domestic Science, in Louisiana.  Based on Armwoods success, other domestic science schools were established in Georgia, Virginia and South Carolina. Other significant accomplishments of Blanche Armwood include appointment as Supervisor of Negro Schools for Hillsborough County (1926 1934) and co-founder and first executive secretary of the Tampa Urban League.  In 1985, Armwood Senior High School was dedicated in her honor.
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Access Terms
This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Corporate Name:
610 lcsh subject Tampa School of Household Arts
Tampa Urban League (Tampa, Fla.)
Family Name:
600 Armwood family
Armwood family -- Correspondence
Armwood family -- Genealogy
Geographic Name:
geogname 651 Florida -- Genealogy -- Periodicals
Tampa (Fla.)
Tampa (Fla.) -- Politics and government
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persname Armwood, Blanche
Armwood, Walter
Armwood, Walter -- Correspondence
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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
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Administrative Information
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Acquisition Information:
Donation
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Processing Information:
Complete
accessrestrict 506
Conditions Governing Access:
None.  The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright.  Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at http://www.copyright.gov/ for more information.
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Preferred Citation:
Armwood Family papers, Special Collections Department,  Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
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Related Materials:
Armwood, John, Oral History Cassette Tape and Transcript, USF Department of Anthropology African Americans in Florida Project, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
https://www.lib.usf.edu/archon/?p=collections/findingaid&id=58&q=&rootcontentid=5943#82.
Information about related materials is available at https://www.lib.usf.edu/archon/?p=collections/findingaid&id=58&q=&rootcontentid=5943#82.
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Arrangement of Materials:
Record groups.  The collection is divided into the following record groups:  (1) Armwood Family papers; (2) Armwood
Family photographs.
Record Group (1) is further subdivided into 3 sub-groups: (1) General Family papers; (2) Blanche Armwood papers; (3) Walter Armwood.
Within each subgroup, items are arranged alphabetically by name, type of material or chronologically.
scopecontent
Scope and Contents
The collection provides a general overview of the Armwood familys numerous accomplishments and professional and personal activities.  Birth, marriage, and death certificates are included as well as photographs, correspondences, legal documents, military service records, newspaper clippings, brochures and other printed materials, diaries, manuscripts, and speeches.
COLLECTION METADATA
BEGIN SUBORDINATE COMPONENTS
dsc combined
Detailed List of Contents
c01 recordgrp
ArchonID internal id10372
Armwood Family papers
c02 series
id10303
LABEL General Family papers
c03 otherlevel
id10275
container Box 1
Alexander, Mrs. Marzell Orsely~Marriages
c04 file
id10210
1
Folder 1
Alexander, Mrs. Marzell Orsely
id10211
1
2
Armwood, Garrett Ward, Sr,
1978
id10212
1
3
Armwood, Gertrude Horton
1956
id10213
1
4
Armwood, Henry Proseus
(1914-1986)
id10214
1
5
Armwood, Jesse
(1883-1947)
id10215
1
6
Armwood, John Holloman
id10216
1
7
Armwood, Levin & Holloman, Margaret
(1855-1936)
id10217
1
8
Armwood, Levin Winfred
(1906-1966)
id10218
1
9
Armwood, Leonidas (Lonnie) Owen & Jackson, Rebecca
id10219
1
10
Armwood, Napoleon Bonaparte & Fykes, Mary
id10220
1
11
Armwood, Napoleon Bonaparte & Hamilton, Anna Mae
id10221
1
12
Armwood, Owen & Armwood, Sarah L.
(1858- ) & (1863-1983)
Scope and Contents
(maiden name Sarah Gurnsey Rogers)
id10222
1
13
Armwood, Walter Adam (1879-1944) & Johnson, Hattie (1885-1976)
id10223
1
14
Armwood, Hattie V. (1885-1976)
id10224
1
15
Armwood, Walter Adam, Jr. (1908-1973) & Massey, Ethel
id10225
1
16
Armwood, Walter Adam, III (1943- )
id10226
1
17
Armwood, Willie Edward (1918-1985) & Armwood, Mrs. Willie Mae
id10227
1
18
Clarke, Paul T. & Gibson, Anita Sarah
id10228
1
19
Dixon, Kelvin Norman
id10229
1
20
Dixon, Norman R. & Armwood, Rosalie R.
id10230
1
21
Gibson, William A. ( -1919) & Armwood, Daisy Elizabeth (1889-1955)
id10231
1
22
Gibson, William Howard ( -1988) & Roulhac, Bernice
id10232
1
23
Gillison, James & Gibson, Anita Sara
id10233
1
24
Hamilton, Kittie Mae ( -1979)
id10234
1
25
Hill, Tommie Lee & Milton, Virginia (1947-1986)
id10235
1
26
Holloman, Adam & Starks, Cynthia
id10236
1
27
Jackson, Archibald
id10237
1
28
Jackson, Ervin Albert (1901-1977)
id10238
1
29
Jones, Mrs. Melba Street ( -1998)
id10239
1
30
Leland, George T. (1944-1989)
id10240
1
31
Lewis, Charles Lloyd (1913-1986)
id10241
1
32
McCardy, Mrs. Dorothy M. (Hendry) (1943-1988)
id10242
1
33
McLaurin, William Garrison ( -1968) & Armwood, Elsie Alicia
id10243
1
34
McVay, Lucy T. (1885-1986)
id10244
1
35
Manyfield, Walter Mack (1926-1986) & Anderson, Caesar Belle
id10245
1
36
Mickens, O.K. & Mickens, Christine E. ( -1983)
id10246
1
37
Middleton, Stephen Gillespie
id10247
1
38
Monroe, Robert E. (1915-1986) & Moore, Mary
id10248
1
39
Montgomery, Edward ( -1987)
id10249
1
40
Norton, Carl H.
id10250
1
41
Norton, E.P. ( -1933)
id10251
1
42
Orsely, Booker T. (1912-1988) & Bowman, Geneva
id10252
1
43
Orsely, Burnie H. & Armwood, Hazel Blanche
id10253
1
44
Phillips, Benjamin J. & Gibson, Hazel Louise
id10254
1
45
Poree, John A.
id10255
1
46
Rebel, Frank Anthony (1925-1986)
id10256
1
47
Savoy, John B., Sr. & Johnson, Cecilia
id10257
1
48
Smalley, Dave William (1913-1986)
id10258
1
49
Smith, Elijah & Armwood, Lula
id10259
1
50
Street, James L. & Armwood, Idella
id10260
1
51
Weatherly, Ida Mae Armwood
id10261
1
52
Williams, Otis Owen & Gibson, Alma Wilhelmina
id10262
1
53
Thompson, Johnnie, Johnson, Hattie (1884-1989)
id10263
1
54
Births Miscellaneous
(n.d.)
Scope and Contents
Chronologies, newspaper clippings of birth announcements.
id10264
1
55
Deaths Correspondence
1987-88, n.d.
id10265
1
56
Deaths Eulogies
n.d.
id10266
1
57
Deaths Memorial Service Programs
1933-1979
id10267
1
58
Deaths Memorial Service Programs
1980-1985
id10268
1
59
Deaths Memorial Service Programs
1986-1991
id10269
1
60
Deaths Miscellaneous
1919-1990
id10270
1
61
Deaths Obituaries
id10271
1
62
Family Reunion
1992
id10272
1
63
Marriages Certificates
1866-1899
id10273
1
64
Marriages Certificates
1905-1951
id10274
1
65
Marriages Miscellaneous
id10276
2
Miscellaneous~Yearbook
id10277
2
1
Miscellaneous Certificates
1929-1984
id10278
2
2
Miscellaneous College Diplomas
1926-1983
id10279
2
3
Miscellaneous Correspondence Greeting Cards
n.d.
id10280
2
4
Miscellaneous Correspondence Letters
1877, 1895
id10281
2
5
Miscellaneous Correspondence Letters
1904-1987
id10282
2
6
Miscellaneous Correspondence Postcards
1923-1984
id10283
2
7
Miscellaneous Correspondence Postcards
n.d.
id10284
2
8
Miscellaneous Legal Documents [Part 1]
1875-1990
id10285
2
9
Miscellaneous Legal Documents [Part 2]
1875-1990
id10286
2
10
Miscellaneous Military Service Records
1944-1981
id10287
2
11
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1888
id10288
2
12
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1928
id10289
2
13
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1955-1963
id10290
2
14
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1974-1979
id10291
2
15
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1980-1989
id10292
2
16
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1990
id10293
2
17
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
n.d.
id10294
2
18
Miscellaneous
1928-1990
id10295
2
19
Miscellaneous
n.d.
id10296
2
20
Poetry James E. Tokley, Sr. The Armwood Rose
id10297
2
21
Re-Internment of John Armwood Correspondence
1981-1982
id10298
2
22
Re-Internment of John Armwood Legal Documents
1982
id10299
2
23
Re-Internment of John Armwood Miscellaneous
1982
id10300
2
24
Re-Internment of John Armwood Newspaper Clippings
1982
id10301
2
25
Tickets for Republican National Convention (Grover Cleveland)
June, 1924
id10302
2
26
Yearbook Excelsior of Booker Washington High School
1928
id10304
2 Blanche Armwood papers
id10305
3
Blanche Armwood High School Dedication~Education
id10306
3
1
Blanche Armwood High School Dedication Correspondence
1982-1983
id10307
3
2
Blanche Armwood High School Dedication Miscellaneous
1985, n.d.
id10308
3
3
Blanche Armwood High School Dedication Newspaper Clippings [Part 1]
1983-1985, n.d.
id10309
3
4
Blanche Armwood High School Dedication Newspaper Clippings [Part 2]
id10310
3
5
Blanche Armwood High School Dedication Programs
1983-1985
id10311
3
6
Blanche Armwood High School Dedication Relatives and Friends of the Armwood Family Attending Dedication Ceremonies of the Blanche Armwood High School"
February 10, 1985
id10312
3
7
Education Domestic Science Schools Miscellaneous
1915-1934
id10313
3
8
Education Miscellaneous
1902-1937
id10314
3
9
Education Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1915- 1933
id10315
3
10
Education Miscellaneous Programs
1919-1934
id10316
3
11
Education New Orleans School of Domestic Science Advertisements
1918
id10317
3
12
Education New Orleans School of Domestic Science Correspondence
n.d.
id10318
3
13
Education New Orleans School of Domestic Science Magazine Articles
1917- 1920
id10319
3
14
Education New Orleans School of Domestic Science Miscellaneous
1918, n.d.
id10320
3
15
Education New Orleans School of Domestic Science Newspaper Clippings
1917-1918, n.d.
id10321
3
16
Education Tampa School of Household Arts Magazine Articles
1916-1917, n.d.
id10322
3
17
Education Tampa School of Household Arts Miscellaneous
1916-1918, n.d.
id10323
3
18
Education Tampa School of Household Arts Newspaper Clippings
1916-1977, 1922, n.d.
id10324
4
Miscellaneous~Organizations
id10325
4
1
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1906-1938
id10326
4
2
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1913-1939
id10327
4
3
Miscellaneous Proclamations
1985, 1989
id10328
4
4
Miscellaneous Programs
1903-1937
id10329
4
5
Miscellaneous
1895-1934
id10330
4
6
Miscellaneous
n.d.
id10331
4
7
Organizations Federation of Womens Clubs Broadsides
n.d.
id10332
4
8
Organizations Federation of Womens Clubs Correspondence
1917-1922
id10333
4
9
Organizations Federation of Womens Clubs Newspaper Clippings
1921-1927
id10334
4
10
Organizations Federation of Womens Clubs Programs
1914-1929
id10335
4
11
Organizations Miscellaneous Correspondence
1920-1934
id10336
4
12
Organizations Miscellaneous Invitations
1920-1937
id10337
4
13
Organizations Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
1920-1928
id10338
4
14
Organizations Miscellaneous
1917-1935
id10339
4
15
Organizations NAACP Miscellaneous
1920-1935
id10340
4
16
Organizations National Association of Colored Women Correspondence
1918- 1937
id10341
4
17
Organizations National Association of Colored Women Miscellaneous
1904- 1918
id10342
4
18
Organizations National Association of Colored Women Newspaper Clippings
1917-1922
id10343
4
19
Organizations Urban League Correspondence
1934
id10344
4
20
Organizations Urban League Miscellaneous
1921-1925
id10345
4
21
Organizations Urban League Newspaper Clippings
1916-1933
id10346
5
Politics~Walter Armwood papers Printed Material
id10347
5
1
Politics Newspaper Clippings
1919-1927
id10348
5
2
Politics Newspaper Clippings
1931-1933
id10349
5
3
Politics Newspaper Clippings
n.d.
id10350
5
4
Politics Programs
id10351
5
5
Politics Broadsides
1920-1931
id10352
5
6
Politics Brochures
1920-1935
id10353
5
7
Politics Correspondence Invitations
1927-1937
id10354
5
8
Politics Correspondence Letters
1920-1938
id10355
5
9
Politics Correspondence- Telegrams
1920
id10356
5
10
Politics Miscellaneous
1919-1934
id10357
5
11
Politics Miscellaneous
n.d.
id10358
5
12
Politics Presidential Campaign Songs
1920-1924
id10359
3 Walter Armwood papers
id10360
5
Politics~Walter Armwood papers Printed Material
id10361
5
13
Correspondence
1917-1947
id10362
5
14
Legal Documents
1976
id10363
5
15
Literary Productions Diaries
1918-19, 1934
id10364
5
16
Literary Productions Diaries Transcripts
1918-1919
id10365
5
17
Literary Productions Manuscripts
n.d.
id10366
5
18
Literary Productions Speeches
1926, n.d.
id10367
5
19
Miscellaneous
1915-1943
id10368
5
20
Printed Material Brochures Brewer Normal School
1926-1929
id10369
5
21
Printed Material Certificates
1896-1943
id10370
5
22
Printed Material Newspaper Clippings
n.d.
id10371
5
23
Printed Material Programs
1937-1944
id10373
6
Oversized Materials
id10374
6
Armwood Coat of Arms
id10375
6
Certificate Armwoods of America State of Florida
1985
id10376
6
Certificate W.A. Armwood State of Florida Teachers Certificate (First Grade)
September 18, 1915
id10377
6
Certificate W.A. Armwood State of Florida Notary Public
1925
id10378
6
Certificate Blanche Armwood Washington Notary Public
1933
id10379
6
Certificate Blanche Armwood Beatty Sociedad La Union Marti-Maceo Miembro de Honor
id10380
6
Certificate Hazel Phillips
id10381
6
Certificate Lomax High School Certificate of Proficiency
id10382
6
Certificate New Orleans School of Domestic Science Certificate of Proficiency
id10383
6
Certificate Tampa School of Household Arts- Certificate of Proficiency
id10384
6
Class Picture Saint Cecilias Academy Class of 1969
1969
id10385
6
Newspaper Clipping Armwood papers preserve Tampa areas past Tampa Tribune
1991
id10386
6
Newspaper Clipping The School Messenger
January 24, 1927
id10387
6
Proclamation The Board of County Commissioners, County of Hillsborough
1991
id10388
6
Proclamation City of Tampa- Blanche Armwood Family Revival Day
id10389
6
Program United Charity Drive Hear Mrs. Blanche Armwood-Beatty
1921
id10390
7
Oversized Materials
id10391
7
Book In Memoriam Hattie V. Armwood
id10392
7
Book- Holy Bible Presented to my Grandmother, Mrs. Hattie V. Armood, by Walter A. Armwood, III, on November 8, 1969
1969
id10393
7
Oversized Legal Documents
id10517
Armwood Family Photographs
id10518
1
Photographs 1~179
Scope and Contents
Box 1 contains photographs 1 through 179. Please refer to print finding aid for more detailed information regarding photographs.
id10519
1
1
1~29
id10520
1
2
30~58
id10521
1
3
59~89
id10522
1
4
90~119
id10523
1
5
120~149
id10524
1
6
150~179
id10525
2
Photographs 180~329
Scope and Contents
Box 2 contains photographs 180 through 329. Please refer to print finding aid for more detailed information regarding photographs.
id10526
2
1
180~209
id10527
2
2
210~239
id10528
2
3
240~269
id10529
2
4
270~299
Scope and Contents
Reburial of John Armwood
id10530
2
5
300~329
Scope and Contents
Reburial of John Armwood
id10531
3
#330~381, Photographs Reproductions Blanche Armwood
Scope and Contents
Box 3 contains photographs 330 through 381, plus miscellaneous photographs and photographic reproductions. For more detailed information, please refer to print finding aid.
id10532
3
1
330~359
Scope and Contents
Reburial of John Armwood
id10533
3
2
360~381
Scope and Contents
Reburial of John Armwood
id10534
3
3
Miscellaneous photographs
id10535
3
4
Photographs Armwood Family
id10536
3
5
Photographs Reproductions
id10537
3
6
Photographs Reproductions Blanche Armwood
id10538
4
Miscellaneous Photographs
id10539
5
Oversized Photographs
id10540
5
US Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, ILL. Class Picture
id10541
5
Framed photograph Walter (brother of Blanche) and Hattie Armwood
id10542
5
Framed photograph Walter and Levin Armwood (holding hands), children of Walter Armwood
id10543
6
Oversized Photographs
id10544
6
Oval framed photograph Foster mother of Hattie Armwood
id10545
6
Oval framed photograph Hattie Johnson Armwood (child), wife of Walter Armwood
id10546
6
Oval framed photograph John Armwood (child), son of Walter Armwood
id10547
6
Oval framed photograph Ida Armwood (child), daughter of Walter Armwood, niece of Blanche Armwood
id10548
7
Oversized Materials
id10549
7
Photocopy- Henry P. Armwood, President, Arwood Enterprises/The Armwoods of America, Inc.
id10550
7
Oval reprint unknown man (Rev. William Alexander Gibson?)
id10551
7
Basketball player Chiefs #41, signed, To my darling Mother, Love Kelvin 1976- 77
id10552
7
Photograph of unknown man in military uniform (Kelvin?)
id10553
7
God Bless Our Family Armwood Family Tree (incomplete)
id10554
7
Certificate Postmaster General of the United States, Albert S, Burleson Daisy Gibson
id10555
7
Portrait of unknown man (Levin Armwood, II, Blanches father)?
id10556
7
Portrait of Owen Armwood
id10557
7
Portrait of Sarah Armwood
id10558
7
Portrait of unknown woman (Idella Armwood?)
id10559
7
Portrait of Ellen Armwood
id10560
7
Portrait of Yulee Armwood
id10561
Oversized Portrait of Blanche Armwood (young)
id10562
Oversized Portrait of Blanche Armwood (later years)