Mr. B.F. Maupin has contributed three historic photographs to this site, and I have placed them in the Jack White Collection.
The first, is a photograph taken on Stove Foundry Road. This road has been modernized and renamed W. Vickery Blvd.
This is B.F. Maupin's, Great-grandmother. Her maiden name was Dicie Herrin Boudreaux, and she was from Capiah, Mississippi. According to Mr. Maupin, she was married several times with her last name being Maupin, Ryan, Jorden, and Jones. When the photograph was taken, she was Mrs. William T. Jones. One of the men in the photograph was her son Oscar Jorden.
The last photo was taken in Samuel Rosen's Office, located on the northeast corner of Clinton Ave. and N.W. 25th Street. The lady on the left is "Maggie". I think her given name was Magnolia. In the back is Samuel Rosen and on the right is Ephriham Rosen. The calendar in the back indicates that it is March 1923 and the clock says it is 3:10 PM. The cabinet in the back contains deeds to property sold; but not paid for. Samuel Rosen never foreclosed on any property. Also, note the drinking water keg in the back. There are "chunks of ice", hooks hanging on the wall and only one drinking cup. The above text was provided by B.F. Maupin.