Stella Gilliard worked for us at the house for over forty years, “she employed a lot of wisdom, love and loyalty…”
City Directories and History: The privileged life of Eunice Sullivan Pracht is a who’s who of society and Sullivan family history well worthy of a reader’s’ time and interest in Anderson City history: Sara Eunice Glenn, Henry Glenn, Hickory Hill (Family homeplace), Elizabeth Lewis Burris Glenn, Jacob Wannamaker Sullivan, James Mattison Sullivan , Mary Wannamaker Sullivan, John O’Sullivan (early immigrant), Emily K. Mattison, Ligon’s School, William Woodward Sullivan, Sullivan Hardware Co. (James Mattison Sullivan and Charles Mattison Sullivan), Charles Stark Sullivan, Mr. Jake Sullivan (Pres. Sullivan Hardware Co), George Cullen Sullivan (Mayor), Patrick Military Institute, Lila Albergotti, Kennedy Street School (on River Street), Alice Lee Humphreys (Teacher), Annie Dove Denmark, Calhoun Hotel Soda Shop, Mr. Carroll “Frog” Reames, Boscabel, Bailes Dept. Store (George Bailes, Jr and Senior), Fant’s Camera Shop, Cochran’s Jewelry, Stella Gilliard (Domestic help), J.M. Sullivan, Beaver Creek Bridge,
All Credits: Anderson County Memories and Reflections compiled by R.C. Otter, Friends of the Library – 2004
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