have a photograph that is of about 36 children and one female adult, all African-Amercian, from the late 1800's or early 1900's. There are no names, they are standing in front of a large wooden planked structure with 2 plan wood doors. It is either a church or a school. They are all dressed in what would be called their "Sunday Best". Someone had written on the picture St. Paul C.M.E. Buena Vista, GA. The picture was glued to cardboard and has been torn on the edges, there may be people missing but the main portion is clear. If anyone is interested they can contact me to be sent a color photocopy for the cost of postage and copying, a total of $2.50.