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Dan. A. Rudd (Daniel Arthur), b. 1854 and Theo. Bond, b. 1879
From Slavery to Wealth. The Life of Scott Bond. The Rewards of Honesty, Industry, Economy and Perseverance.
Madison, Ark.: The Journal printing company, 1917.
List of Illustrations


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SCOTT BOND AT 40.
[1st Frontispiece Image]

MRS. MAGNOLIA BOND.
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[Vignette]

J. C. NAPIER

FLOOD IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.

SHEEP AND CATTLE. UNLOADING HAY IN THE BACK GROUND.

SCENE ON GRAY FARM, LOOKING SOUTH.

SCOTT BOND'S SHEEP AT HOME.

CATTLE JUST AFTER DIPPING.

"THE CEDARS" SCOTT BOND'S HOME AT MADISON, ARK.

SCOTT BOND'S BIRTHPLACE.

SPRING CREEK MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF WHICH SCOTT BOND IS A MEMBER.

SCOTT BOND LANDING LOGS AT HIS SAW MILL.

MR. BOND AND MR. BRIDGEFORTH DISCUSSING HOGS IN THE MULBERRY ORCHARD AT TUSKEGEE.

CORNER OF BED-ROOM. SHOWING FIRE PLACE WHERE CAN WAS FOUND SUPPOSED TO CONTAIN $500.

GIN WITH COTTON READY FOR SHIPPING.

WHEAT STACKED ON SIDE OF FIELD. LAND BEING PREPARED FOR PEAS.

VIEW ON STEVENS FARM LOOKING NORTH.

NEAR VIEW OF FRUIT FARM.

LAYING BY CORN WITH CULTIVATORS.

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF MADISON FROM "THE CEDARS."

VIEW ON FISHING LAKE FARM.

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF FRUIT FARM.

VIEW OF SECTION TWELVE ON MILITARY ROAD.

AT TUSKEGEE BREEDING FARM.

SCOTT BOND IN ORCHARD AT TUSKEGEE WITH G. A. BRIDGEFORTH

SCOTT BOND ON THE TUSKEGEE TRUCK FARM WITH MR. BRIDGEFORTH

VISITING POULTRY YARD AT TUSKEGEE WITH MR. BRIDGEFORTH.

SCOTT BOND AND MR. BRIDGEFORTH INSPECTING TUSKEGEE'S PRIZE JACK.

SCOTT BOND'S BLACKSMITH SHOP.

SCOTT BOND MAKING A START IN LIFE.

MISS CHISM, MILKING.

REGISTERED BULL, "ROBERT" AT ELEVEN MONTHS.

VIEW ON STEVENS FARM ON ST. FRANCIS RIVER—580 ACRES.

VIEW ON STEVENS FARM LOOKING NORTH.

HARVESTING ALFALFA.

POTATO CROP READY FOR DIGGING.

SCENE ON GRAY FARM WHERE MILITARY ROAD CROSSES THE ST. FRANCIS RIVER.

ENGINEERS SURVEYING OCEAN TO OCEAN HIGHWAY THAT PASSES HALF DOZEN OF SCOTT BOND'S FARMS IN ST. FRANCIS COUNTY, ARK.

DUROC RED—REGISTERED HOGS.

CORN PLANTED IN NEW GROUND.

SCOTT BOND AND WIFE DISCUSSING NEW HEREFORD ARRIVAL.

SCOTT BOND'S REGISTERED BULL WEIGHING 850 POUNDS AT TWELVE MONTHS.

UNLOADING SECOND CUTTING OF ALFALFA, JUNE 15, 1917.

HOGS GRAZING ALFALFA.

INTERIOR VIEW OF SCOTT BOND'S GIN PLANT.

HOME OF TAYLOR SWIFT. BOUGHT AND PAID FOR AFTER HIS RETURN FROM AFRICA.

BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF SCOTT BOND'S GRAVEL BEDS.

FARMERS AT SCOTT BOND'S GIN 1916.

VIEW ON ONE OF SCOTT BOND'S COTTON FIELDS IN 1917.

SCOTT BOND'S STORE—LOOKING NORTH.

SCOTT BOND'S HERD OF REGISTERED HEREFORDS.

HOGS FOLLOWING OAT HARVEST.

ANOTHER VIEW FROM MILITARY ROAD AT OLD ST. FRANCIS FERRY.

VIEW ON KLONDYKE FARM.

SCOTT BOND'S OVERHEAD CABLE EXCAVATOR.

SCOTT BOND'S STORE—LOOKING SOUTH.

MR. BOND POINTING TO THE GROVE WHERE DR. WASHINGTON ADDRESSED THE ASSEMBLED THOUSANDS NEAR MADISON, IN 1911.

THEOPHILUS BOND.

DR. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON ADDRESSING 5,000 PEOPLE IN GROVE AT MADISON IN 1911.

FARM BOUGHT FOR THEOPHILUS BOND BY HIS FATHER.

COLORED CEMETARY—MADISON, ARK.

ENJOYING LIFE AFTER FORTY YEARS' TOIL.

ULYSSES S. BOND.

VIEW ON JACK DAVIS FARM.

SCOTT BOND AND SON THEOPHILUS PLANNING THE BULL FROG FARM.

WAVERLY T. BOND.

DAN A. RUDD.

SHEEP GRAZING IN GROVE.

SCOTT BOND AND FAMILY IN THEIR GARDEN AT HOME.

DR. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON WITH SCOTT BOND AND FAMILY AT THEIR HOME IN 1911.

REGISTERED O. I. C. HOGS.

MRS. BOND AND HER PETS.

SCOTT BOND'S OFFICE. THEO. BOND. U. S. BOND. H. S. DAVIS.

"ROBERT," REGISTERED HEREFORD BULL AT FIVE MONTHS.

SCENE SHOWING COTTON FIELD IN JULY WHERE CANE GREW THIRTY FEET HIGH A YEAR BEFORE.

INTERIOR VIEW OF SCOTT BOND'S STORE.

SCOTT BOND.