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Eight photographs related to Greenville and Vicksburg, Mississippi, and of flooding along the Mississippi River.
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John Calvin Coovert was born in 1862 near Danville, Kentucky. Around 1890, he moved to Greenville, Mississippi, and opened photography studios in Greenville, Yazoo City, Vicksburg, and Memphis, among other locations. Coovert settled in Memphis around the turn of the century, and his wife, Florence, operated one of the two studios they owned there. Florence Coovert died in 1936, and John Calvin died the following year.