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    • Sergeant Alvin York and his bride, Gracie Williams

    • Soldiers; Heroes; Spouses; Brides; Men; Women; Military Uniforms; Medals; Wedding clothing & dress
    • Sergeant Alvin C. York (1889-1964) and his bride, Gracie Williams, on their wedding day, June 7, 1919. He is dressed in his uniform while she is wearing a wedding gown and carries a bouquet of flowers. They are standing before a tree. Text...
    • Gravesite of Alvin C. York and Gracie L. York

    • Graves; Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Flagpoles; Angels; Crosses
    • Gravesite of Alvin C. York and his wife Gracie L. York. The site is decorated with a stone cross and stone angel and two tombstones. There is a flagpole immediately behind the site. 35mm slide labeled "York Memorial 4."
    • Alvin C. York story -- Gracie Williams' home

    • Houses
    • A small one-story frame home with a picket fence in front. Two unidentified men are behind and leaning on the fence. There are three very large trees in front of the fence. Another small home stands at a 45-degree angle behind and to the left of...
    • Preview of film "Sergeant York" at Knickerbocker Theater

    • Soldiers; Heroes; Spouses; Motion picture theaters; Theater audiences; Government officials
    • Preview of film "Sergeant York" at Knickerbocker Theatre, Nashville, Tennessee, July 1941. Front row, left to right: Joe Oehmig, Governor Prentice Cooper, Mrs. Gracie York, Sergeant Alvin York, Mayor Thomas L. Cummings.
    • Felix De Weldon and Mrs. Alvin York at the York Memorial

    • Monuments & memorials; Spouses; Sculpture; Capitols; Equestrian statues; Cannons
    • The statue of Alvin York on the Tennessee State Capitol grounds. The statue's sculptor, Felix De Weldon, and York's widow, Gracie, are photographed viewing the statue. The Tennessee State Capitol building, a cannon, and the equestrian statue of...
    • "Wedding Bells for Sergt. York," news article

    • Marriage
    • Article from unidentified newspaper is entitled "Wedding Bells for Sergt. York" and written by R. G. Fields. It describes the bride, "seventeen," her father, "A. F. Williams, former circuit court clerk of Fentress County," and some of the wedding...
    • York family, Gov. Cooper, and crowd at movie premiere

    • Hotels; Motion picture theaters; Governors; Heroes
    • 35mm slide showing a tightly packed group of dignitaries and onlookers. Sgt. York and Gov. Cooper can be identified in the center; Gracie York is partially hidden. Red, white, and blue banners hang from the building and a convertible automobile....
    • "York Married to Miss Williams," article

    • Marriage
    • Newspaper article entitled "York Married to Miss Williams" by Robert G. Fields (staff correspondent). "Miss Williams, who is the youngest of thirteen children was attended by three maids of honor, Misses Ida Wright, Maud Brier, and Adella Darwin,...
    • Unveiling sign for "Sergeant York Avenue"

    • Traffic signs & signals; Motion picture premieres; Motion picture theaters; Theaters; Spectators; People; Governors
    • Alvin C. York, his wife Gracie, York familiy members, Gov. Prentice Cooper, and spectators look on as a sign designating 6th Avenue as "Sergeant York Avenue" is unveiled. The scene takes place in front of the Knickerbocker Theatre during the...
    • Parson Virgil Pile

    • Men; Forests
    • Two men posing in a forest. The man on the left has a light jacket, a denim shirt, and pants with suspenders. The man on the right, Parson Virgil Pile, is taller and wears a dark suit. He was the preacher who married York and Gracie Williams on...
    • Tomb of Alvin C. York

    • Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Cemeteries; Flags; Angels; Flowers; Graves
    • The gravesite of Sergeant Alvin C. York and his wife, Gracie, near Pall Mall, Tennessee. A flag is flying above the grave. Other burial plots, the grounds of the cemetery, and the surrounding landscape are pictured.
    • Alvin C. York story -- rear, Squire Williams house

    • Houses
    • Rear view of two homes at a 45-degree angle to each other. There are three unidentified persons in the photograph (two men and one woman). A picket fence surrounds both homes. One house has a back porch where a man and woman are standing. The other...

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