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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1927
Artist/Maker: Aero Service
Classification: Photographs

Aerial view of Reynolda estate including house, drive and roads, Lake Katharine, barns, and boat house.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1927
Artist/Maker: Aero Service
Classification: Photographs

Aerial view of Reynolda Estate including the house with porte cochere, village, church, golf links, roads and Lake Katharine.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1927
Artist/Maker: Aero Service
Classification: Photographs

Aerial view of Reynolda Estate taken from the southwest which includes the Katharine Smith Reynolds Johnston Memorial, a rear view of the Sunday School building, Reynolda Presbyterian Church, and the manse, as well as a view of Reynolda Road, the barn, Lake Katharine, the greenhouse and gardens...

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1927
Artist/Maker: Aero Service
Classification: Photographs

Aerial view of Reynolda estate, including area west of Reynolda Road. Includes house, village, golf links, and Lake Katharine.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1985
Classification: Photographs

Aerial view of Reynola Village looking south, with boat house and Lake Katharine visible.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1927
Artist/Maker: Aero Service
Classification: Photographs

The Aerial View of Reynolda Village West includes property features west of Reynolda Road, including Reynolda First Presbyterian Church, Poultry Pens, and Five Row, as well as a section of Reynolda Road and property features on the east side of the road, including a portion of the Reynolda...

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1922
Classification: Photographs

J. Alfred Drage's house in Reynolda Village.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: undated
Classification: Photographs

A studio portrait of Anna Webster Mitchell, who was a teacher at the Five Row school.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Artist/Maker: Thomas Sears
Classification: Photographs

South facade with side view of porte cochere. Includes two automobiles with man standing beside car in distance and unidentified child at front entrance.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1920
Classification: Photographs

Barnstormers Roscoe Turner and Harry Runser standing by their plane, an Avro 504, on the front lawn. Also in the photograph are three men and four children, including Nancy Reynolds

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Classification: Photographs

After work we’d walk through the shed next to the blacksmith’s shop, across the road, through the path in the woods to the bridge to cross the creek – then on into home at Five Row. – James “Ed” Lash

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1917
Classification: Photographs

Boat House from north end of Lake Katharine with house in background. Daffodils along shore.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1950
Classification: Photographs

“Out at Reynolda, the whites and the blacks, I often think about it myself. It was just as great as you have ever seen. To show you what I mean, I could go across to the Village and walk in without knocking, and they would look up and say, ‘That’s Ed.’ It was very good.” – James “Ed” Lash

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1917
Classification: Photographs

The bull Prince Albert, one of the Reynolda dairy stock herd and great-grandson of the bull Noble of Oakland, standing in front of Reynolda's barn with an unidentified dairyman.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1932
Classification: Photographs

A photograph strip containing three mini-wallet-size reproductions of Charlie Babcock's headshot, where he is wearing a suit and top hat

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: undated
Classification: Photographs

Charlie Babcock standing by what could be a gambling table among a group of people and possibly on a cruise ship.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1935
Classification: Photographs

Charlie Babcock swimming in the pool at the Babcock's Connecticut home. The family dog, Brogan. is standing on the pool deck. The back of an identified man is in the foreground on the diving board.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: undated
Classification: Photographs

Charlie Babcock watching a horse race simulation, possibly a gambling game, with a group of people. Mary Reynolds Babcock is seated in the second row on the far left. The game attendant is dressed as a jockey.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Drive along east side of the front of the house. Windows to East porch, adjacent to R. J. Reynolds' Study are behind the trees to the right.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Artist/Maker: Thomas Sears
Classification: Photographs

Daffodil beds along shore of Lake Katharine with dam and spillway in distance.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

A mountainside view of the lake and dam at Long Creek Lodge with a road running by the lake in the upper right corner of the image.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: April 1935
Classification: Photographs

Dick Reynolds and his wife, Elizabeth "Blitz" McCaw Dillard Reynolds, on the sun porch of Reynolda House.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Fireplace and mantel in Dining Room

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1917
Classification: Photographs

Dining Room facing north and doors to Lake Breakfast Porch. Includes table and chairs, punch bowl, fireplace and mantel clock.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Driveway and roads in front of house. Photographer standing close to porte-cochere, facing main drive and gardens.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

East porch, adjacent to R.J. Reynolds' Study. Furnishings include wrought iron table, plant stand, candelabra

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

East porch, adjacent to R.J. Reynolds' Study, facing north. Furnishings include wicker seating and candle holders.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

A view of the lower level east wing of the Reynolda barn, with two unidentified men standing on walk.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1915
Classification: Photographs

Ellis and Flora Pledger were early residents of Five Row.

“They had what you call Five Row. They Reynolds built that place five houses in a row, that’s the way it got its name. If you worked there, you got free housing.” – James “Ed” Lash

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

View of the west wing of Reynolda's barn facing end gable.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Greenhouse entrance on south side, facing west.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1918
Classification: Photographs

Entrance to Reynolda Village, complete with gate posts and lamps, with post office visible in center of drive.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Entrance to Reynolda Village with gate posts, wrought iron lamps, fountain, and circular drive visible.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Classification: Photographs

Girls playing field hockey at an unidentified camp.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1930
Classification: Photographs

Flora Pledger and Lillie Hamlin, early residents of Five Row, stand outside the school. A volleyball net and an outhouse are visible in the background.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

Lilly with single, large leaf standing in a low, flat vase set on a platform.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

Wooden branch-like sculptural arrangement that may have been created by Mary Reynolds Babcock. Image is black and white. Vessel is a tall, metal cylinder.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

Dried flowers in a rustic vase set on a piece of wood and the figurine of a deer also affixed to the wood.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1938
Classification: Photographs

Forecourt garden with steps and a large portion of the Reynolda House facade in view, including the west corner.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Fountain and pond behind R. J. Reynolds's Study in snow. Footprints leading from Library Porch steps to pond. R. J. Reynolds' Study just right of image.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1914
Classification: Photographs

Automobile inside entrance gate before landscaping was done. Three people in car -- likely chauffeur with two passengers

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Artist/Maker: Thomas Sears
Classification: Photographs

Front of house with porte-cochere with automobile and slate walk from east side of circular drive

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Gardens and west end of Greenhouse complex. Includes sprinklers & irrigation system and smokestack from power plant.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 29 August 1917
Classification: Plans

Landscape plan created by Thomas Sears shows the planting plan of the forecourt at Reynolda House. After the initial phase of site development in 1912, Katharine Reynolds selected Thomas W. Sears (1880-1966) of Philadelphia to be the principal landscape architect for Reynolda.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 29 August 1917
Classification: Plans

The plan, created by Thomas Sears (1880-1966), shows the grading plan for the forecourt at Reynolda House.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Greenhouse complex from Village; entrance to office (later post office) to left

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Classification: Photographs

South facade of greenhouse conservatory, also called the palm house

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

Snow-covered gardens showing Greenhouse entrance from fountain

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Post card of Greenhouse interior with ferns and flowers. AZO post card created by Kodak Department, Barber's Book Store, Winston-Salem

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

South facing of Greenhouse complex, including entrance and entire range of glass. Includes flowers and paths in gardens

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1905
Classification: Photographs

In March 1905, Katharine and R.J. Reynolds boarded the ocean liner The Baltic, a White Star Line ship and then the largest vessel in the world, en route to their three-month grand tour of Europe.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Hay wagon with mule team and two unidentified people travelling along drive toward barn with barn in the background.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1905
Classification: Photographs

In March 1905, Katharine and R.J. Reynolds boarded the ocean liner The Baltic, a White Star Line ship and then the largest vessel in the world, en route to their three-month grand tour of Europe.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1905
Classification: Photographs

In March 1905, Katharine and R.J. Reynolds boarded the ocean liner The Baltic, a White Star Line ship and then the largest vessel in the world, en route to their three-month grand tour of Europe.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1905
Classification: Photographs

In March 1905, Katharine and R.J. Reynolds boarded the ocean liner The Baltic, a White Star Line ship and then the largest vessel in the world, en route to their three-month grand tour of Europe.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1905
Classification: Photographs

In March 1905, Katharine and R.J. Reynolds boarded the ocean liner The Baltic, a White Star Line ship and then the largest vessel in the world, en route to their three-month grand tour of Europe.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Front view of Horticulturalist's cottage with bushes, vines, and trees.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Side view of Horticulturalist's cottage with trees and shrubs.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1915
Classification: Photographs

Mary Reynolds, behind sand pile; Smith Reynolds, with dog; Henrietta "Bum" Van den Burg; unidentified boy; Nancy Reynolds; and Dick Reynolds, partially in view, in front of a house during construction in Reynolda Village.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1922
Classification: Photographs

Houses in Reynolda Village belonging to Blanche Gunn and Robert Gibson.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Classification: Photographs

Houses in Reynolda Village after an ice storm, including a wrought iron street lamp and a trellis.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1950
Classification: Photographs

This photograph of Ida Lash and her son Wayne was taken in the 1950s, and the telephone pole indicates that utilities had arrived.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1936
Classification: Photographs

Inside of Indoor Swimming Pool during construction. Includes scaffolding and brick work. Six unidentified workers.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: June 1935
Classification: Photographs

Jack Murray standing behind Brogan, the Babcock's Irish wolfhound, while outdoors in a yard that is most likely in Connecticut.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

Jack Murray, dressed in a suit and with two Irish wolfhounds on leashes, in a fenced field with numerous automobiles in the background and most likely at a dog show.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1914
Classification: Photographs

Katharine and children on bridge over stream with car in background. Left to right -- Katharine Reynolds, Dick Reynolds, unidentified boy, nurse, Smith Reynolds, Nancy Reynolds and Mary Reynolds

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: undated
Classification: Photographs

Katharine Reynolds and her golf club on the Reynolda golf course. Katharine Reynolds is standing second from the left; the remaining women in the photograph are unidentified.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Katharine Reynolds' Study facing southeast corner

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Documents

A note to Edward Belmont of John Wannamaker's, the Philadelphia department store, discusses accessories for the ladies guest room and Katharine's study. The letter was written by Katharine while she was staying with R. J. Reynolds at the Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1921
Classification: Photographs

Katharine Smith Reynolds on west end of Sun Porch. Furnishings include table and wicker furniture.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Lake Breakfast Porch, facing northeast. Furnishings include tables, chairs, pair of Venetian glass compotes, hand painted window shades and cornice boards.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Partial view of Lake Katharine with barn in the background.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1913
Classification: Photographs

One of earliest images of Lake Katharine. Land in foreground appears recently cleared and/or seeded. Driveway in front of boat house yet to be constructed.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Lake Porch interior, east half. Includes ferns, furnishings, shades, and French doors. Open windows along north facade of house.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Lake Porch interior, looking across porch to east. Furnishings include wicker furniture, wooden benches, urns with ferns, area rug, ceiling lights; and shades.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Artist/Maker: Thomas Sears
Classification: Photographs

Lake Porch and north facade of house viewed from Lake Katharine

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Library Porch interior facing French doors on east side of room. Fountain and landscape covered in snow outside. Furnishings include chandelier, two wicker chairs; one wooden arm chair with cane back; and another wooden chair.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Southeast corner of Library with fireplace. Includes framed photos of R.J. Reynolds, Jr. and Lelia Rosalind (Wilson) Gray

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: undated
Classification: Photographs

An image of the log cabin, located in Reynolda Gardens, in the snow. The log cabin was used by R.J. and Katharine Reynolds's two sons, Dick and Smith, as a playhouse.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Lovie Eaton, the first teacher at Five Row School. “Miss Lovie Eaton, she was a grand teacher....” – Harvey Miller, raised and educated at Five Row School, later head butler at Reynolda.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1975
Classification: Photographs

Luther S. Stimson, former Reynolda employee and resident of Five Row, sitting in an armchair.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1945
Classification: Photographs

Luther Stimson standing in road in the Five Row community.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: October 1910
Classification: Plans

A detailed map created by J. N. Ambler shows the golf course, roads, and water works on the Reynolda estate. Reynolda Road is noted as "16 ft. Macadam strip."

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1932
Classification: Photographs

Marjorie Carter, a nurse who worked for the Babcocks, is holding one of the Babcock children as a baby. The setting is possibly at the Babcock's Connecticut home.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1935
Classification: Photographs

Mary and Charlie sitting on a couch with Charlie dressed in overhauls and an unidentified man kneeling by who is dressed as a female nurse and wearing a cape.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1932
Classification: Photographs

Mary Katharine Babcock at seven months old sitting on a bike by herself with her left hand raised and her eyes closed, most likely on the patio of the Babcock's Connecticut home.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1932
Classification: Photographs

These images are different variations of Mary Katharine Babcock on a tricycle at 7 months old and with Marjorie Carter, her nurse, and a dog. The setting is most likely in the courtyard of the Babcock's Connecticut home.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 14 July 1980
Classification: Documents

Mary Martha Lybrook Spitzmiller (1905-1994), grandniece to Richard Joshua Reynolds and first child of David Johnson Lybrook (1879-1948) and China Miriam Piper (1887-1982), was interviewed by Lu Ann Jones and Patty Dilley on July 14, 1980, as part of the Reynolda House Museum of American Art Oral...

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Documents

After taking over ownership of Reynolda in 1935, Mary Reynolds Babock wrote out a list of improvements for the residence with the heading "Reynolda in future Bungalow -- must keep present style." Included on the list of changes for the residence were creating a garden from the parking circle,...

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1933
Classification: Photographs

Mary Reynolds and Charlie Babcock, dressed in white, standing by a cement structure with native children nearby.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1972
Classification: Photographs

A headshot of Mary Stimpson, a former Reynolda employee and resident of Five Row.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1915
Classification: Photographs

Mary (facing camera), Nancy, and Dick Reynolds with unidentified nurse and others building snowman. Reynolds children on right end of line of people. Part of another image is at right of this one.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

A photograph looking from a mountainside down into a valley which was probably take by Mary Reynolds Babcock while she was on a trip. A small tree stands in the foreground.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

A view from a mountainside looking down onto a valley probably taken by Mary Reynolds Babcock while on a trip.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1935
Classification: Photographs

Mr. Clevinger (on right) standing with an unidentified couple in the forecourt of a property most likely in Connecticut, and with an automobile in the background.

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Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 12 June 1980
Classification: Documents

Nancy Elizabeth Lybrook Wyeth (1909-2002), referred to as Lib, was grandniece to Richard Joshua Reynolds and was the third child of David Johnson Lybrook (1879-1948) and China Miriam Piper (1887-1982).

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1922
Classification: Photographs

Nancy Reynolds in outdoor swimming pool with float board.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1940
Classification: Documents

In the photo album “The Negro and Reynolda,” several residents of Five Row described the community and its people from 1915 until 1940. It was presented to Mary Reynolds Babcock and her husband Charlie Babcock in 1940, a few years after Mary purchased other family members' shares in the estate...

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1922
Classification: Photographs

Office building in Reynolda Village.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Classification: Photographs

Lake Porch roof patio with furnishings. Includes flower boxes within railing; awning over door to house.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1940
Classification: Photographs

The photograph, believed to have been taken in the Five Row neighborhood, shows Paul Hamlin sitting in an automobile and Hugh Davis standing with his foot on the running board. Both men were among the African-American employees living at Five Row.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1916
Artist/Maker: Thomas Sears
Classification: Plans

This landscape drawing by Thomas W. Sears (1880-1966) shows the planting plan for the grounds immediately around Reynolda House, the front lawn, and a portion of the drive. The type and quantity of each plant or tree is indicated at its exact location of planting.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1916
Artist/Maker: Thomas Sears
Classification: Plans

This landscape drawing created by Thomas W. Sears (1880-1966) shows the planting plan for the area around the den wing of Reynolda House. The type and quantity of each plant or tree is indicated at its location.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Classification: Photographs

Southwest corner view of the Reynolda Gardens playhouse after an ice storm.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1921
Classification: Photographs

A Reynolda Village staff cottage, identified on Ellerbe's General Plan as the plumber's cottage no. 2, with roof line of superintendent's cottage visible in the background.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1918
Classification: Photographs

Cottage of electrician Robert Gibson, later the plumber's cottage. The cottage is listed as no. 2 on Ellerbee's General Plan.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1922
Classification: Photographs

Poultryman's House in Reynolda Village.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1918
Classification: Photographs

Southwest corner of Reception Hall. Includes Aeolian organ behind screen, balcony, and chandelier.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

Reception Hall and balcony, west end. Includes screen in front of organ; portrait of Nancy Jane Cox Reynolds; portrait of William Hardin Reynolds; and French doors to sleeping porch open.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1922
Classification: Photographs

The boarding house at Reynolda Village.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1922
Classification: Photographs

The well in Reynolda Village

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1915
Classification: Photographs

Studio portrait of Reynolds family. Family seated at table with an open album placed atop table. Katharine seated at left with arm on table; Dick, Mary, Nancy standing behind table; Smith sitting on table; R.J. at right

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1950
Classification: Photographs

Sam Stimpson, who had a lifelong career in the armed forces, stands beside a 1940 Plymouth. In the background, three Five Row houses are visible, each with a front yard defined by a privet hedge and a vegetable garden in the rear.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1950
Classification: Photographs

Samuel Stimpson, a former resident of Five Row, stands in his gradation cap and gown with a house partially visible in the background.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Section of drive in front of house facing intersection with main entrance drive. Storm drains visible on either side of drive. "R-shaped" wrought iron lamp just across entrance drive and automoblie just visible behind trees to left.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1922
Classification: Photographs

Servant's cottage in Reynolda Village.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1917
Classification: Photographs

A view of the south side of the boat house at Lake Katharine, with a row boat in the water, floating dock, and barn in background.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1922
Classification: Photographs

Sun Porch looking east from west side of entrance. Includes palms, ferns, and wicker chairs

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: Circa 1912
Classification: Photographs

In 1912, Katharine Reynolds, along with other members of the First Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, established a Sunday school at the Wachovia Arbor School House, located near the corner of Arbor and Reynolda Roads, to determine if there was enough interest to warrant the establishment of...

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1918
Artist/Maker: Thomas Sears
Classification: Photographs

Nadeina Gibson, daughter of electrician Robert Gibson, riding a tricycle in the unpaved drive at the cottage of Reynolda's superintendent Clint Wharton.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: undated
Classification: Photographs

Treva Hazlip Stimpson stands with an arm resting on a hedge. The photograph was possibly taken in the Five Row neighborhood.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1922
Classification: Photographs

Two cottages in Reynolda Village identified as belonging to the gardner and the Conrads.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1915
Classification: Photographs

Unidentified group that appears to be watching some event, possibly on a church outing, on Reynoda grounds

A view of the south end, lower level of the barn in Reynolda Village.
Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

A view of the south end, lower level of the barn in Reynolda Village.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

North entrance to Greenhouse from Village entrance. Includes gate lamp on stone columns

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1920
Artist/Maker: Thomas Sears
Classification: Photographs

Vista from terrace below lake porch with view of curved steps, flagstone landing, and lake

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1921
Classification: Photographs

Stone walking path just east of boat house parallel to Lake Katharine. Boat in water.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: circa 1950
Classification: Photographs

Walt Stimpson, wearing a pinstripe suit, stands in Five Row. A porch of a Five Row house is visible to Stimpson's left.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: n.d.
Classification: Photographs

Sun porch, facing west. Furnishings include wicker furniture; round table with wrought iron legs; and palms and ferns.

Collection: Estate Archives
Date: 1923
Classification: Photographs

Nine members of the Winston-Salem polo team, mounted: A. C. Wharton, Carl Ogburn, W. V. Slocock, James G. Hanes, Benjamin F. Bernard, Watt Martin, Thurmond Chatham, J. Edward Johnston, and Fred M. Hanes.

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A view of the south end, lower level of the barn in Reynolda Village.