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The Likenesses Of Alexander Campbell
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Alexander & Selina Campbell
Bethany College Library - Special Collection Room


The Campbell Art Collection
LtoR
Jane Campbell, Thomas Campbell, Alexander Campbell, Selina Campbell, Young Alexander Campbell, Younger Alex Campbell
Hanging In The Bethany College Library


Alexander Campbell With His Children
L-R Willie, Virgie, & Decima
In The Bethany College Library


Selina Campbell
Hanging In The Bethany College Library


Alexander Campbell
Hanging In The Bethany College Library


Alexander Campbell
Hanging In The Bethany College Library


Alexander Campbell
Hanging In The Bethany College Library


Alexander Campbell
Hanging In The Dining Room In The Old Mansion


The Sage Of Bethany
Hanging in the Dining Room Of The Old Mansion

Bethany College Faculty Poster
Hanging In The Entrance To The Dining Hall
From The Kitchen in The Campbell Mansion


Photo of Drawing taken from Bethany College Poster
Hanging In Campbell Mansion


This is a photo of a painting that hangs in the hall of the
Board of Trustees in Bethany College
The photo is not a true frontal shot as the glare is too bad otherwise
But very few likenesses of Alexander Campbell show his hands.


Young Alexander Campbell
Perhaps The Youngest Likeness


This photo was taken from the book, Life Of W.K. Pendleton

October 5, 1829
Alexander Campbell served as a representative of the western district of
Virginia, now West Virginia in the Constitutional Congress
Others In The Congress were men like James Madison,
James Monroe, and John Marshall. (Memoirs, V.2, p.310)
He was away from home three months representing his neighbors.
Painting hangs in the dining hall at the Campbell Mansion.


Painting Of Alexander Campbell
Hanging In Stranger's Hall
Campbell Mansion


Last Photo of Alexander Campbell


Black & White Of Painting Hanging In The Board Of Directors
Hall In Bethany College

Likenesses Of Thomas Campbell


Declaration & Address Photo


Thomas Campbell
Before His Death in January 4, 1854


Thomas Campbell
Hangs Near His Death Bed
Campbell Mansion


Jane Campbell, the wife of Thomas Campbell

Photos Taken May 24, 2012
Site Built October 23, 2012
Courtesy of Scott Harp
www.TheRestorationMovement.com

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