The Lory Mill Strikes of 1930
"Remember the Women and Children are also Strikers!"
Governor Gardner and Fay Gardner, the St. Regis Hotel, New York, February, 1947
O. Max Gardner and Fay Lamar Webb Garnder, the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC, 1946
Final portrait photograph of Governor Gardner before his death in 1947. He had just been confirmed by the US Senate as Ambassador to Great Britain and the Court of St. James
Governor Gardner as Undersecretary of the United States Treasury, Treasury Building, Washington, D.C, 1946
Official Portait as Chairman of the Board of War Mobilization, 1942
Governor O. Max Gardner
Governor O. Max Gardner in his office at the Woodward Building, Washington, D.C., May 1945
Governor Gardner and Miss Fay at Gardner Webb University, Boiling Springs, NC, 1946
Governor O. Max Gardner and his Brother-in-Law, Governor Clyde R. Hoey (also Congressman and U.S. Senator)
Governor Gardner and Jack Benny at the Webbley
Governor Gardner and Comedian Jack Benny, Historic Webbley, Shelby, NC, 1939
Governor Gardner with the Board of War Mobilization
Fay Webb Garnder
Fay Webb Gardner
Ralph Webb Gardner, Fay Webb Gardner,
Governor Gardner and O. Max Gardner, Jr.
London to Paris
O. Max Gardner, Jr., Governor Gardner, Fay Webb Gardner, Margaret Love Gardner, Ralph Webb Gardner and James Webb Gardner
Shelby Courthouse 1917
Ambassador O. Max Gardner sitting behind desk. Taken by Marie Hansen in 1947.
Governor O. Max Gardner and Legislature, State Capital, Raleigh, NC, 1930s. From the Barden Collection, North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC.
Governor Gardner Mural in Chapel Hill, NC, Jan. 2015