To the Return of Times Lost,detail,Charles-Amable Lenoir (1860–1926)
Portrait of a lady in lakeside setting - Charles-Amable Lenoir
A Corner of the Loge (In the Box) - Mary Cassatt May 22, 1844 - June 14, 1926
A Brief History Of Lace (Dancer at the Moulin Rouge in Paris in 1926.)
Annie Oakley (1860-1926). Most famous woman marksman of her day. A star with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show touring the United States and Europe. Sitting Bull also toured with the show but didn't go to Europe.
The Queen Mother with the Queen as a baby in 1926. Photograph: Speaight/Getty Images
During the Civil War, the largest employer in Lenoir City, TN was a cotton mill, owned by Dr. Benjamin Ballard Lenoir (whose father founded the town). When the Union Army got to town, they burned the Lenoir’s general store because the family supported the Confederacy. But before they got to the cotton mill, Dr. Lenoir gave the secret Masonic handshake to several of the Union officers – so they didn’t burn it down.