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"A group of Buffalo soldiers, my great-uncle Harrison is the person standing on the far right in that picture. That picture was taken in San Juan, he was one of the rough riders that belonged to Teddy Roosevelt. So, that's a picture of him during the…

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"That is a picture of my great-uncle Ellis, that was taken in World War I. He is the oldest son of William and Caroline Berry."

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"That's William Berry, my great grandfather, who built the house that I live in, in 1873. He was born in 1849 and died 1917."

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"That's Caroline Boone-Berry, the daughter of Nathan Boone and the grand-daughter of Daniel Boone and my great-grandmother...That was taken, I would say, that that was taken...that's her wedding photograph and she was...born in 1849 and she was 17…

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"That's a picture of school children from the Lincoln Elementary School, the Negro school, in Ash Grove, Missouri. My father [Junior Berry] is the boy on the front row with the black stockings on, and my grandmother used to always be so embarrassed…

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"That's Drucella Berry, that's my aunt. She was born around 1908 in Ash Grove..that's my dad's oldest sister. My grandma Berry was married in 1907 and a year later they had Drucella."

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"That's a picture of Wallace Berry and an unknown person plowing in the field"

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"That's William Berry's wedding photograph"

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"That's a picture of my grandma [Mamie Berry] standing outside of the house, sometime in the 40s"

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"She's my great aunt, her name is Sarah Berry, and she's buried in our cemetery. She died in the teens, I think it was 1917, or something like that, from the influenza epidemic."
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