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Philathea Class at Old Baptist Church

about early 1920s,
Newfield, Tompkins County, New York

Philathea Class at Old Baptist Church, Newfield, early 1920s
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Philathea means "Lover of God," and was an international, interdenominational organization for women. The members of the Newfield chapter are:

Top row: Adelaide Williams, Mrs. George Ervay (?), Mrs.  David (?), Mrs. Leon Godley (?), Lina Wescott, Mrs. Tucker (husband ran creamery in Newfield). 
Second Row
: Hattie Gardner, Iva Tompkins, Mae Cooper (Uncle Frank McAllister's maid), Theresa Stevens Carpenter, Etta Tompkins;
Third Row
: Marie Cutter, Ethel Taber, Helen Estabrook, Alice Van Marter (?). 


Thanks to Kathryn Cutter Maki for preserving this photograph, and thanks to Mary Maki for donating it to the Tompkins Co. site.

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