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G. C. Rankin (George C.), 1849-1915
The Story of My Life or More Than a Half Century As I Have Lived and Seen It Lived Written by Myself at My Own Suggestion and That of Many Others Who Have Known and Loved Me.
Nashville, TN; Dallas, TX: Smith & Lamar, c1912.
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MRS. MARTHA J. RANKIN
MY MOTHER

Jack, My Little Negro Chum.

MRS. G. C. RANKIN

A Sob Forced Its Way Through My Lips as I Trudged Along.

Chased by the Yankees at the Close of the War, but I Saved
the Mule.

"Look Out, Boys, He's Loaded!"

LITTLE MARY FRANCES STEVENS, Deceased
SHE WAS AS SWEET AS THE MUSIC OF SONG,
AND AS BEAUTIFUL AS THE FLOWERS OF MAY

PROF. M. H. B. BURKETT

MRS. M. H. B. BURKETT

REV. W. E. MUNSEY, D. D.

My Shack at Student's Home.

My Method of Reducing a Country School to Discipline.

"Ef that's the style you are goin' to give us I've got a nuff
of you right now!"

Dr. W. F. Scott, My Presiding Elder, and a Bench-Leg Fice.

MR. LOUIS BLAYLOCK,
PUBLISHER OF THE TEXAS CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.

REV. JNO. H. BRUNNER, D. D.

"Ef I thawt yo'd never be back no more I'd have you preach
my funeral 'fore you leave."

MRS. LAURA RANKIN STEVENS

GOV. W. G. BROWNLOW
THE FAMOUS EAST TENNESSEAN

MISS HATTIE J. RANKIN
TRAINED CHURCH WORKER

MISS LOUIE BOYD RANKIN
PIANIST

Capt. Hutcheson and Myself in Joint Discussion.

GEO. C. RANKIN JR.
OUR ONLY SON

MISS SNOW M. RANKIN
TRAINED NURSE

MISS MARY RUTH RANKIN
YOUNGEST MEMBER OF THE FAMILY

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