A detailed, biographical account of the life and family of Jerome Pierce, spanning from slavery to the Civil War to the current descendants in the 21st century. Includes photographs, maps, and deeds to land purchases
An old photograph of Jerome Pierce and his sons, Albert and Sammuel Patton Pierce, hauling logs on a Studebaker wagon from Bays Mountain in 1927-1928. The caption reads "Mules and wagons were used to transport logs"
A black and white photograph of Rudy Hall atop a telephone pole with a handwritten caption that reads: "Rudy on top of telephone pole. When this picture was taken, he was a cable installer. Shortly after he was promoted to foreman"
Four photographs and accompanying descriptions about four African American mechanics in Greeneville: Clinton Gudger, George Snapp, Jack Carson, Sr., and J. L. Gudger. Part of a work exhibit at the Greene County History Museum.