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The Nixon Family Collection
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Alfred Nixon
Alfred Nixon, ca. 1881

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The Nixon House
The Nixon House, built ca. 1885 on East Main Street in Lincolnton, serves as a splendid backdrop for this photography, taken in 1895.

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Kemp Nixon
Kemp Battle Nixon, the eldest child of Alfred and Iola Nixon, poses for this photograph taken around 1902.

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Myra Nixon Turley 
Myra Nixon Turley with unidentified group (with hats), ca. 1910s

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Iola Jane Robinson Nixon
Iola Jane Robinson Nixon, ca. 1881

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Millie Womack Nixon
Matriarch Millie Womack Nixon rests in her comfortable leather chair as her children stand around her for this photograph.

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Tarleton's Tea Table
Alfred Nixon and Professor J.H. Highsmith stand near Tarleton's Tea Table at the Battle of Ramsour's Mill Revolutionary War site on August 20, 1914.

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Vardry McBee
Alfred Nixon stands behind Vardry McBee for this ca. 1890 photograph of Lincolnton's public officials.

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Lincoln County Officials
Lincoln County Officials, 1908-1912

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Robert & Millie Womack Nixon Family
Robert & Millie Womack Nixon family,
ca. 1868

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Robert Nixon's Monument
Alfred Nixon stands to the right of the camera for this photograph of his father Robert Nixon's monument in the Unity
Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Denver (Lincoln County), North Carolina.

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Nixon Children
Sallie Lee, Emma, and Nina Nixon sit atop the family stead at their home in Lincolnton for this photograph on July 31, 1912.

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Shuford Log Building
Alfred Nixon stands beside the historic Shuford log building in ca. 1920.

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Ramsour's Tour
Alfred Nixon provided a tour for two young girls on the Ramsour's Mill battlesite and Tarleton's Tea Table in ca. 1900.

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Teacher's Institute Tour
Alfred Nixon conducted a tour of the Battle of Ramsour’s Mill site on August 20, 1914 for the Lincoln County Teacher’s Institute.

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