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A portrait of Ellen Stone before her captivity in 1901.

A portrait of Mr. Lewis Bond, of the American School at Monastir. Inscription on the back reads: "L. Bond, 1903. Snapped by a friend but developed by self. L. B."

Photograph of Rada Pavlova teaching a class in Geography at the American School for Girls in Monastir, June 1899.

A portrait of Edward Winthrop Jenney and his family, creators of the American School for Girls and mission station in Monastir. Pre-1888.

A portrait of Luka A. Mircheff (Mircheva) and his family. Inscription on the back states: "The L.A. Mircheff Family– July 1935 in Samokov.

A portrait of Rada Pavlova and a young boarder at the Monastir school. Inscription on the back states: "Kyril Popoff, our first boy boarder 4 years old– Mar. 17, 1915"

A portrait of Miss Delpha Davis, assistant teacher at the American School for Girls from 1911-1916. Inscription on back says: "Here is a sample of my application pictures."

A portrait of Gerasim Kyrias, one of Mary L. Matthews' first language teachers in Monastir.

A portrait of the young Elenchie Tsilka, born during her mothers' captivity at the hands of Bulgarian brigands, aged 11 months

A portrait of Miss Lillian Spooner, a teacher at the American School for Girls at Monastir prior to the arrival of Mary L. Matthews in 1888.

A photograph of Mrs. Sevasti Kyrias in 1903; she would later be known as Mrs. Dako.

Mrs. Fanny Bond, wife of Lewis Bond, an American missionary at the American School for Girls at Monastir

Miss Harriet L. Cole of the American School for Girls at Monastir, teaching an English literature class.

A photo of Evanthia (housemaid at the American School for Girls at Monastir for many years) and her family. Taken in Levathe, Greece.

Inscription on the back reads: "Miss Rada Pavlova, A Bulgarian teacher, in Monastir G.B.S. for 25 years"