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  Harry E. Chrisman, former Liberal author and historian, donated a large collection of his writings, photographs, and other items to Liberal Memorial Library for the purpose of research. This database searches the contents of the Chrisman Collection.  
CallNo: P521-F1a  
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Descriptive Title: Lottie Grace Hancock   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1890s   Provenance:
Size: 4 1/4 x 6 1/2   Condition: good
Text: [front] H L Stiles STUDIO EXTRA FINISH CLARENCE, Mo. [back] H. L. Stiles Special attention given to all kinds of Portraiture in Crayon, Ink and Water Color. NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS WORK ALLOWED TO LEAVE MY STUDIO. ; 693 ; Mr Chrisman it would pain me very much to lose these pictures, we were school mate a Boy and a Girl Miss Lottie Grace Grapewine who became sweet hearts and then in 1895 became man and wife and then sweet hearts for 65 married lide happy years to gather ; Reduce Photo to 3 1/4 x 3 1/2 ; [There is 1 Liberal address stamp that is stamped over with the Denver address. The Denver address is stamped twice.] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] Lottie Grace Grapewine, xxxxx age 16, who was to become Mrs. Charles Edward Hancock. Lottie Grace was the youngest daughter of Edmond and Sophia (Greiner) Grapewine and lived on a farm near Clarence, Missouri at the time she met Charles. She was "the loveliest girl in the neighborhood," old timers say. Photo courtesy Charles E. Hancock Sr. [Photo courtesy Charles E. Hancock Sr. is underlined] 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 [job form] Job #302760H Ref # 2 .27/1.19 Page #144A B HT [HT is circled] Shoot at 100%
Misc Info: Photo is a portrait of a woman. She is turned to the left in profile. She has her hair up and is wearing a necklace. Can see just below her neck.
Subject: Lottie Grace Hancock
Lottie Grace Grapewine
Edmond Grapewine
Sophia Greiner Grapewine
Charles E. Hancock, Sr.
Clarence, Missouri
  Related to:  P519-
Other: Photo has red lines on both sides in the front. Photo is mounted on a thick piece of cardboard. Photo is worn on edges. The left front corner has a bend crease. Back of photo is stained. Back has a picture of a woman with long flowing hair. There is a rose above her. There is a circle with a star in it. The star has a face. Back of photo is also worn. Note has tape on top. Job form has tape residue on back top.