A portrait of Joseph Anderson Stubblefield hangs in the Museum Center at Five Points. He was teacher and president of the Centenary College for Women in Cleveland 1885 to 1905. The portrait was made by Tennessee artist Lloyd Branson, who died in 1925 after becoming well known for portraits of East Tennessee leaders of his day. The college burned in 1911. The portrait received little attention until a fan of Branson tracked it down and came to visit.
A portrait of Joseph Anderson Stubblefield hangs in the Museum Center at Five Points. He was teacher and president of the Centenary College for Women in Cleveland 1885 to 1905. The portrait was made by Tennessee artist Lloyd Branson, who died in 1925 after becoming well known for portraits of East Tennessee leaders of his day. The college burned in 1911. The portrait received little attention until a fan of Branson tracked it down and came to visit.
Photo by Randall Higgins .
published Sunday, September 9th, 2012
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Joseph Stubblefield has been hanging around at the Museum Center at Five Points without much attention for a long time, but that changed recently.

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