Maggie Terry, 1996.
Maggie Terry pretends to be threatened by a cruise ship "pirate."
Maggie Terry went on some Caribbean cruises.
Maggie Terry, third from the left, attends her friends' wedding.
Maggie Terry goes shopping with a friend.
Maggie Terry, master seamstress, models one of her own creations at a fund-raising fashion show.
Maggie Terry's family portrait from early 1970s, clockwise from the left: Maggie, her son, Marvin Edwards, her mother, Carrie Edwards, and her daughter, Tonya Edwards.
Maggie Terry, seated right, with her daughter, Tonya Edwards, behind her, laugh it up with Maggie's great-grandchildren last year.
Maggie Terry and her daughter, Tonya Edwards, pictured in the 1990s.
The Edwards family moved from Demopolis, Ala., to Oberlin in the 1960s. Pictured here in the 1950s in Alabama are, left to right, mother Carrie, daughter Dorothy, father Ezekiel holding onto son Enoch, daughter Maggie and son J.C. (Julius Cesar).
Maggie Terry, around 1980.
The Edwards siblings in 2008, from the left: J.C. Edwards, Maggie Terry, Enoch Edwards and Bobby Edwards. Their brother, Ezekiel Jr., died in a car crash in 1969. Their sister, Dorothy Lawson, died in 1976.
For her wedding to Jim Terry around 1972, Maggie Edwards made gowns and tuxedos for herself, her mother, Carrie, left, and her father, Ezekiel, right.
Maggie Terry, right, and Indiana Smith, left, model outfits that Maggie designed at a fund-raising fashion show.
Maggie Terry, right, and her mother, Carrie Edwards, lived in houses in Oberlin with adjoining backyards.
Maggie Terry, looking glamorous in the 1970s.