|Other names||R. Poole|
Died: Nashville, Tennessee
|Geographic location(s)||Corner of Cherry and Union Streets, Nashville, Tennessee (1870-1896)|
|Notes||In the early 1870s, Rodney Poole took over J. H. Van Stavoren’s photography studio in Nashville, which he later renamed the Poole Art Company.|
"Margie McGhee," c. 1870-1896, cabinet card, photograph with hand coloring by Rodney Poole. Photographer: R. Poole, Corner Cherry & Union Streets, Nashville, Tenn. Cabinet card was inserted in album 1957.3.168, a photograph album that belonged to Frank H. McClung, Jr. Handwritten on album page below image, in pencil: Margie McGhee
"Margie McGhee," c. 1870-1896, carte de visite, hand-colored photograph by Rodney Poole. McGhee is depicted kneeling in prayer and holding a bible, wearing a long white veil and a light blue robe. Printed below image, in gold: R. Poole, Nashville, Tenn. On reverse, printed in gold: (RP - monogram) / R. Poole / Corner /Cherry & Union / Streets / Nashville, Tenn.