This appendix consists of the thirteen pages of news clippings that were pasted on the backs of the pages of her memoir. They have been scanned, and most have been transcribed. A short description of the types of articles that are included on each page is outlined below. Each page has can be viewed in a full size version or a double size version of the image. It is not clear who was responsible for the creation of this appendix. Because some of the articles that are included are her obituaries, obviously written after Harris' death, it is presumed that the appendix was completed by a family member, perhaps her daughter, Mattie Lousie.
Page One (Back cover): Three newspaper articles, one titled: "Jubilee Songs and the Blues", pasted on the back cover. Because of the size of the page, it has been scanned in two parts. Because of the poor condition of the articles, this page remains untranscribed.
Page Two (Back of p.13): This page contains an article written by Harris entitled: "Another of John Branham's True Experiences in Sitting up with the Dead", and a portion of a second, untranscribed, article about a "famous and renowned artist of the Negro Race."
Page Three (Back of p.12): This page includes three poems by Harris published in The Echo of Augusta Ga.
Page Four (Back of p.11): This section consists of three published pieces. There are two poems by Harris, and one short story entitled "Grand Pa's Ghost-Slave Stories".
Page Five (Back of p.10): This section is contains more portions of Harris' Grandfather's stories.
Page Six (Back of p.9): This page contains a short story: "An Experience over the Dead" as well as four short poems written by Harris in memory of recently deceased friends.
Page Seven (Back of p.7): This is an advertisement for the production of a play written by Harris called "The Soldier Lover." The synopsis has been transcribed.
Page Eight (Back of p.6): These are five poems that Harris called "War-June Poems". They are mainly about mothers and their sons during war.
Page Nine (Back of p.5): This is a poem that Harris wrote in memory of Annie Mae Collins.
Page Ten (Back of p.4): This page contains a poem that Harris wrote about dealing with the death of her husband as well as a short piece about "Love, Respect and Confidence."
Page Eleven (Back of p.3): This page contains two poems, one about a fire and the other about death, as well as a short piece called "Love Admiration" and Harris' obituary that was added after her death.
Page Twelve (Back of p.2): This page contains a poem about the importance of going to church, a poem titled "First and Divided Love", a short joke and a description of a friend and her letters.
Page Thirteen (Back of p.1): This page includes
five of Harris' poems, a news clipping announcing her departure from
article describing her funeral.