|Old Dominion Steamship Company. Source: Library of Congress.|
|James Hampton Russell and his daughter, Kate|
|World War I draft card for James Hampton Russell (1891-1966). Registration State: Virginia; Registration County: Warwick. Source: National Archives and Records Administration/Ancestry.com|
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