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Postcard of South Street looking north from Walnut Street. Postcard is addressed to Miss Alice Archer in Mountain Grove, MO

Black and white postcard photo of C. L. Leeper in uniform holding a axe. It is a Woodmen of the World fraternal organization uniform. On the back is a rubber-stamp date of June 7, 1914 and the regiment information: camp 73, Co. A, 40th.Rregiment, U.R. W.O.W./ C. L. Leeper, 2nd Sergeant/ Kansas City, Mo. The uniform sleeves have a 3-stripe chevron with crossed axes below. The hat insignia is; Mo./60/crossed axes / A.

These are editorial pages, front and back. There may be advertisements on the back. Additional keywords are Sorosis,streets,Burge-Protestant Hospital,Thomas Field,city hospital,Frisco, Drury,Zenith,tourism,David Burkhalter.

Letter from Clerimond Bentley to her son J.F.G. Bentley.

B & w photo of Thomas J. O'Neal, CO D, Phelps Regiment, MO VOL Infantry, Civil War. He was from Greene Co., probably Ash Grove, MO.The regiment was raised by Col. John S. Phelps, later Governor of Missouri.

Letter from E.B. and Clerimond Bentley to their son J.F.G. Bentley.

Post card of Cumberland Presbyterian Church ( First Presbyterian Church ) corner view. Olive street runs along the side of the building. North Jefferson Ave. Appears to be unpaved; but there is a street car track switch. Post card was mailed to Miss Alice Archer, Mountain Grove, Mo. Feb. 12, 1908. One cent stamp. Church building was razed in 1929. 3.5 X 5.5 inches. Black ink on white card stock.

Black and white photograph, 8x10, of Eliza Lowder Bass, widow of Sampson Bass,giving a demonstration of hand spinning at the Shrine Mosque, at an event sponsored during the depression by the Greene County Civil Works Service.The event was called the Ozarks Empire Exposition.

Two postcards of Calvary Presbyterian Church, NW, corner of St. Louis St. and short Benton Ave. Springfield, Mo. One card is unused, the other was mailed to Miss. Alice Archer, Mountain Grove, Mo., postmarked Dec. 26, 1906, one cent stamp. Photo. Is printed vertically so that the tall spire shows well. The church building sits on a slight rise wlhich drops down at the rear of the building. The building is brick withl a rough limestone foundation and cut stone trim. Elictric lines enter from a pole in front. 3.5 X 5.5 inches. Black ink on offwhite card stock. Current site of Mercantile Bank.

7" x 11" sepia tone photoprint of individual photographs of 31 children printed on one sheet. Sixth grade, Boyd School...(2nd row from top) 1- John Flummerfelt, 2- Lillian Rayl, 3- Rowena Bromly, 4- Mary Elizabeth Hamlin, 5- Wade Ambrose, 6- Vivian Benton, 7- Eldon Minks, 8- Carolyn Roach, 9- Mildren Patterson, (3rd row from top) 1- Ruell Chappell, 2- Raymond Donaldson, 3- Betty Kissick, 4- George Griffen, 5- Evelyn Hervey, 6- Edward Prosser, 7- Margurite Corn, 8- ?, 9- Fred LaTurner, (bottom row) 1- Delores Dunlap, 2- Bill Hall (donor), 3- Carmen Edmonson, 4- Lee Spencer, 5- Marjorie Lewis, 6- Virgil Walton

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