||Poster: Alex Gregg and Florence Gregg
Gregg and his second wife Florence Henderson Gregg had
this photograph made probably in the 1930s.
Alex Gregg is the anchor for understanding the
generations who appear in the stories that are told in the
hewn-timber cabins exhibit. While
Alex Gregg did not live in this cabin, he was born in a
similar cabin beside Jefferies Creek in 1844 and died in a
similar hewn-timber house on the Gregg/Wallace farm in
1938. Gregg raised his
grandson Archie Waiters and we are indebted to him for
much of the information that Waiters provided about
nineteenth-century life. (Photo
ca. 1930s, poster by Amelia Vernon, donated1998.)
Copyright Amelia Wallace Vernon. All rights reserved, 1998.