Left-to-right: Mildred Blackburn Allan, Nancy Sharpe Hoxit, Lydia Johnson Fortenberry, Gertrude Wallace Killebrew, Helen Padgett Wagner, Kathleen Cox Black, Sue Hood Bailey, Willie Hensley Nine, Gertrude Hargreaves Cruze
Photo date: June 6, 1992 Location: Knoxville, Tennessee
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This photo was provided by Bill Dunkin, son of Bernice Minor Dunkin.
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