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Name Funeral homes
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Satterfield-Eakin-Dawson Funeral Home -

Memorial book used for guest signatures at the visitation and funeral of Nora Lytle Williams of Greenwood, Warren County, Kentucky. Mrs. Williams was a member of the Lorine TIlford Circle at First Baptist Church, Bowling Green, Ky. Book includes newsclippings, flower list, flower enclosure cards and the florists' envelopes. A portion of the greeting items were received during her illness. Two items of interest are Mrs. Williams' signature dated May 10, 1949 and a second copy of her signature dated May 22, 1949. 25.2 cm.

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Memorial book and related documents for the funeral of William Henry Marshall, Feb. 24, 1885 - Feb. 14, 1960. Book's contents prepared by the Johnson Funeral Home, Bowling Green, Ky. Cover is embossed with the wording "Life is Eternal" and is illustrated by a stained glass window with a cross and candles. Related documents include funeral flower lists, hospital flower lists, printed thank you notecard blanks, and correspondence. Also included is the obituary of his wife, Mabel Williams Marshall, age 73, printed in the Bowling Green, Ky Park City Daily News, October 11, 1965.

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Memorial book used for guest signatures at the visitation and funeral of Carl De Aubrey Williams of Greenwood, Warren County, Kentucky. Book includes flower lists and flower enclosure cards. Also includes instructions for the "Lest We Forget" Memorial Record including appropriate wording, cost, and how to add and remove pages. 25.2 cm.

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Gerard & Gerard -

Chiefly financial and legal papers related to the Gerard family's undertaking business in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Includes receipts for burial plots in Mt. Moriah Cemetery and St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery.

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Funeral invitation for Davy Crockett, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Crockett. Services held at State Street Baptist Church, Bowling Green, Ky., May 22, 1891. 19.9 x 12.2 cm. (folded)

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Ingram, James Maurice, 1905-1976 -

Architectural drawings for a remodeled mortuary for Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hardy, Smiths Grove, Kentucky. Plans show a large Craftsman-style home with new rear addition. The remodeled portion includes an upstairs deck and sleeping porch off the main residence above the mortuary. Interior plans also include a new embalming room and work room, as well as two chapel areas, retiring rooms, and display room.

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Memorial book recording the death, pall bearers, interment, and floral offerings received at the passing of Louisa Ellen (Word) Buchanan, mother of Mrs. E. A. Gerard. The booklet has a printed page reading: Gerard & Gerard, Funeral Directors and Embalmers, 943 College St., Bowling Green, Ky. 16.1 x 11.7 cm. Folded. Unnumbered pages. Included are several obituary news clippings.

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In Memoriam book recording the death and funeral services of Jim M. Hulman, departed this life January 23, 1944 in Black Jack, Kentucky. Interment January 24, 1944 in Woodburn, Kentucky. Sympathy message printed on back page from Clara and Hascal H. Guy, Woodburn, Ky. Book copyrighted The Gerlach-Barklow Co. Joliet, Illinois, U. S. A. 24 cm Pages unnumbered.

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Memorial book entitled "Living Memories" provided by Eugene Gerard Mortuary of Bowling Green for unknown deceased's family. Only the listing of relatives and of visitors has been completed in the volume. Cover illustration of an elaborate lighthouse. 23.1 cm Unnumbered pages.

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Wendell, H. F., Leipsic, Ohio -

Funeral book entitled "Memorial Tributes" prepared upon the death of Ray Howell (March 7, 1893 - March 18, 1977) by Arch L. Heady-Johnson Funeral Home. Includes information about the service and interment in Davis Hoffman Cemetery, Bowling Green, Warren County, Ky., held on March 21, 1977. Also houses copies of the memorial card and the obituary. Contains numerous signatures of relatives and friends and a typewritten flower list. 26.5 cm. Unnumbered pages.

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Wendell, H. F., Leipsic, Ohio -

Funeral book entitled "In Memory to Those We Serve" prepared upon the death of Charlie Howell (August 7, 1876 - June 21, 1951) by Satterfield-Eakin-Dawson Funeral Home. Includes information about the service held at Goshen Baptist Church and June 23, 1951. Also houses copies of the memorial card and the obituary. Contains numerous signatures of relatives and friends and a typewritten flower list. 26.5 cm. Unnumbered pages.

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Wendell, H. F., Leipsic, Ohio -

Book jacket embossed Gerard Mortuary. 33.1 cm.

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2008.237.19 -

Charles and Edna Enoch pictured in front of a house. Enoch owned a local funeral home.

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2008.237.43 -

Enoch Funeral Home at 10th Street in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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2008.237.44 -

Fairview Cemetery in Bowling Green, KY showing Fitch tombstone and Charles Enoch, Funeral Home director.

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2010.10.66 -

A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home in Glasgow, KY

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Postmortem Image of a child lying in a vine covered white casket placed on two ornate white pedestals. The casket has silver or brass handles.

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Image of Gerard Funeral Home at 927 College Street in Bowling Green, KY. On the back of the card it is noted: "John L. Stout and his dog "Tip," Eugene A. Gerard and Frank C. Gerard. Gerard Undertaking Establishment before moving to 943 College (corner of 10th and College.)"

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Image of Gerard Funeral Home in Bowling Green, KY at 927 College Street. The images shows two horse drawn hearses with drivers as they wait at the front entrance to the business. One of the hearses has an African American driver. There is a large cross on top of this hearse. There is also a sign for the Public Telephone office. There are also people seen looking out of the upstairs windows of the next building which has a balcony. This was the Pearson's Boarding Houses. This building also housed the W. A. Cook, Real Estate and Insurance business. Wallins Studio was next door to Gerards. Eugene and Frank Gerard are standing in the doorway.

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These images were taken by Cave City, Kentucky resident William R. Reynolds, Jr. He photographed Cave City scenes and it's residents in the early 1900s. This image shows the J. T. Gerald Funeral Home at the time of the funeral of Floyd Collins. Please help identify the persons in this photograph, send information using the feedback button or by calling 270-745-5083.