Twentieth century photograph collection, Special Collections Department, University of Memphis Libraries
Residents on the porch of the Mary Galloway Home ay 759 Monroe Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee, undated (1920s). Photographer: Bluff City Engraving Company, Memphis.
Established in 1896, the home provided for retirement aged women with financial needs. In 1902, it was named in memory of the wife of Colonel Robert Galloway who helped pay for the new residence at the corner of Monroe and Manassas. The home remained at this location until 1961.
"Mary Galloway Home, Memphis" (2021). Other images. 378.
Mary Galloway Home.