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Date Span: 1906-2004
Extent: 42 items
Biographical Sketch: Mary Lucy and William (Bill) Floyd are life-long Dothan residents, very actively involved in community affairs. Mrs. Floyd was a charter member of the Dothan Landmarks Foundation, Inc., Board of Directors. AWHC has these images because the Floyds responded to the Community Photo Day of AWHC and Landmark Park, 2-15-03.
Scope / Content: Photographs, memoirs, audiotaped interviews, and ephemera documenting the mid-twentieth-century lives of Mary Lucy Floyd, her husband William Jefferson Floyd, and her brother William Campbell. Most of the materials concern their lives during World War 2, though some photographs are later and some ephemera earlier.
Access: Open for research and limited copying. For profit use requires approval by the Floyd executors.
Subgroup 1: Mary Lucy Floyd Papers
Series 1: Photographs
Dothan High School Class of 1939 reunion. This was the last class at the Burdeshaw St. location of the school.
Names listed on reverse: L-R: Front Row--Evelyn Mathison Rountree; Nellie Peacock; Mildred Wilkerson Crawford; Mavis Williams Gwaltney; Nettie Jean Lewis McDaniel; Mary Lucy Campbell Floyd; Mary Francis Buntin Thompson; Jimmie Woods.
Middle Row--Lolan Granger; Betty Hornsby King; Carolyn Bates Wells; Fay Griffin Evans; Paul Pate; J. Edward Rogerss
Back Row--Robert Rush; Joe Garner; Jane Driver Matheny; Roy Hill; Jack Whistnant; Bob Thompson; Arthur Bolin Lane; Earl BarberBack Row--Robert Rush; Joe Garner; Jane Driver Matheny; Roy Hill; Jack Whistnant; Bob Thompson; Arthur Bolin Lane; Earl Barber
308 W. Washington St., Dothan, AL, 1999
Home of Joseph and Maggie Campbell, parents of Mary Lucy Floyd. See image 021-03-0217-019
Coca-Cola Softball Team, Dothan, AL, ca. 1937-38 city league.
Names on reverse: L-R: Front Row--Bill Floyd; Harry Council; Hillard Brackin (Boosom); Alfred Reynolds; Earnest Cox. Back Row--Robert Mock; Ralph Kirby; Charles Harmon; Marvin Lewis.
Dothan Dixie League Baseball Team, ca. 1957.
Five identified on reverse: Standing, L-R--1. Dr. William Lies, coach; 2. Ted Hall; 3. Unidentified; 4. Jeff Floyd; 5. Johnny Stalling; 6/7. Unidentified; 8. Dwight McInish.
Ca. 1962 AUSA Meeting, Ft. Rucker.
L-R: Cong. Bill Dickinson, Bill Floyd, Marvin Lewis, Jr., Jimmy Grant
Dothan, AL, Service League awards check to Crippled Children’s Clinic.
L-R: Carlos Flowers, Ann Varnum, Bill Floyd, Mrs. John (Nagel) Byrd.
1970. Fiftieth wedding anniversary of Maggie and Joseph Hurst Campbell, parents of Mary Lucy Floyd.
The Campbells lived at 308 West Washington St., Dothan. See image 021-03-0217-007
Lions International Convention, ca. 1960, Dothan delegates.
Left side, F-R: Dr. James Wells, Martha Jean Wells, Mary Lucy Floyd, Bill Floyd, unidentified.
Right side, F-R: Henry Kennedy, Homer Watkins, Horace Birch, Tommy Creel, Laurie Battle
HQ Co., 1st Bn, 200 Infantry Reg., 1950. Bill Floyd is in this photo.
Photographer: Daniel Firestone, Columbus, OH
Series 2: Documents
Series 3: Audiotaped Interview for Veterans History Project
Subgroup 2: William Floyd Papers