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Where we worked: good government jobs.

Henry E. Hagans, Washington DC – secretary to U.S. Congressman George H. White, circa 1898.

William S. Hagans, Washington DC – secretary to Congressman White, circa 1899-1900.

J. Frank Baker, Dudley NC – husband of Mary Ann Aldridge Baker; postmaster, circa 1896.

Mary Ann Aldridge Baker, Dudley NC – postmaster (assumed husband’s position after his murder), 1897-1911.

Caswell C. Henderson, New York NY – laborer, clerk, courier, U.S. Customs House, 1900s-1926.

Fred Randall, Washington DC – director, Cardoza Playground, DC Government, circa 1917; clerk, post office, circa 1930; special mail clerk, circa 1940.

Hardy Randall, Washington DC – postal employee, circa 1917.

Toney C. Brewington, Norfolk VA – carrier, post office, 1936.

Jesse P. Breedlove, Washington DC – husband of Edna Randall Breedlove; manager, War Department, circa 1940.

Oscar Randall, Washington DC – skilled helper, US Government Bureau of Engraving & Printing, circa 1917; Chicago IL – civil engineer, Chicago Sanitary District, 1930s.

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