|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||Photo taken, including the guta percha frame, with oval portrait of a man in a 2 piece suit of lighter than black fabrics. The vest has lapels and is possibly satin or tafetta with sprigs of leaves woven in. The tie is a scarf lightly tied in a bow. The white shirt has a pointed, stand up collar. Man is clean shaven and has a serious expression. His hair is right parted and combed back toward the left. The hair is somewhat long over the ears.|
|Number of images||1|
|Collection||Miller - Shook, William|
Notes: William Shook died 1863. 1st husband of Lucretia J. Wootens. Shook died in Kentucky during the Civil War.
Correspondence on file: Letter to Mrs. Virginia Blair dated 02/06/1958 from Lenore W. Langbein. Lucretia Wootens was her aunt. Shook family had first mill on Richland Creek.