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Original handwritten document, Special Order No. 12, written by A.A.G. Charles Sheppard for Brig. Gen. C.B. Holland. Congratulates and commends the officers and men of the 72nd Enrolled Missouri Militia for their conduct in repelling the Confederate attack at the Battle of Springfield. Dated Jan. 11, 1863.

Black and white photo of streetcar #82 on Springfield public square. Brick street in foreground, people disembarking streetcar. In background are autos and Holland building.

Black and white photo of the northwest corner of the Springfield, MO Public Square. Businesses shown are the Holland Bank, Nathan Clothing Co., Baker Block, and Schneider's.

Black and white photo of the Springfield Public Square. A Decoration Day parade is in progress. A street car navagates the "pie". St. Louis street in right background. Holland Building on corner of St. Louis Street is under construction.

Black and white photo of Public Square, Holland Building, St. Louis St. streetcar on St. Louis St., and ordinance election signs.

Black and white photo of the Interior of the Holland Bank at 106 Public Square. There are three men shown in the teller's window. There is a lighting fixture in the background. There is wall paper shown along one side. There are two figures on top of the teller's window. There is another large lighting fixture just inside the teller's window.

Black and white photo of tower truck on Springfield public square, automobiles and people in background; Holland Banking Co., and Levy Wolf in background.

Black and white photograph, southeast corner of public square and St. Louis St. The Holland Banking Co. The corner of St. Louis St. Two electric street cars are leaving the square and going east on St.. Louis St. Two sets of street car tracks are entering the square on Boonville St. The square is paved with brick paving bricks On the photograph it states that the temperature is 14 degrees.

A military parade is marching on St. Louis St. and are entering the public square. The Holland Banking Co. is on the right. On top of the third building is a sign that reads " The Model ". In the background is another sign that reads " Martin' s Piano ". Also in the background is the Union National Bank. It should be noted that the square is paved with paving bricks.

Black and white photo of two streetcars, one is # 210, Levy Wolf and Holland buildings in background. In foreground is brick paving; people waiting beside streetcar. In background are automobiles and St. Louis Street.

black and white photograph of the northwest and northeast corners of the public square. There is a good view down Boonville Street. There is a good view of the concrete '' Pie " which occupied the center of the square. The square is paved with paving bricks. The street car tracks go around the "Pie" There are two electrilc street cars on the square at this time. There is controlled automobile parking on the square. At the northwest corner of the square is Heer's, Baker building, and the Lander's building. As we go across Boonville Ave. At the northeast corner of the square there is the Nathan Clothing Co, the Electric Theatre in the corner, Rep's store, the Holland Building. Going across St. Louis Street we have the Holland Bank Co. and Levy Wolf clothing store.

Black and white photo of the Public square looking east down St. Louis Street. A small portion of the concrete " Pie " shows in the photograph. The public square is paved with paving bricks. An electric street car is entering the public square from St. Louis Street. Several automobiles are moving on the public square while some are parked on St. Louis Street. The Holland building appears on the left side of the picture. Across the street is the Lewis- Scott sign.

Black and white Photograph of fountain located on Public Square. The X on the photograph shows the location of the University Club 21 marker. Public Square, Park Central Square, Shoe Fair, Holland Building, St. Louis Street, and University Club Marker 21 are visible.

Black and white photo of the northeast corner of public square with the Electric Theatre in center. Nathan Clothing Co. store is at the left end of the photo. The Rep's store is to the right of the Electric Theatre. The building at the corner of St. Louis Street is the Holland Building. At the left of the picture is the concrete " Pie ". The electric street car tracks are leaving the square VIA of St. Louis Street. The square is paved with paving bricks.

A black and white photo of food groups display/bulletin board.

5-1/2" x 6-1/2" (including mount) sepia-tone photoprint of two men and two women photographed inside, possibly a dramatization. Location of Drury College indicated by donor. Names partially listed on back.

A postcard of a young Dutch boy carving wood in front of a windmill. The front reads: "De happiness off my heart sprouts oudt off my face".

Black and white photo, mounted on cardboard, of the Springfield Public Square looking toward the north. Boonville Ave. in center background. Four men riding a quad bicycle across the square.

Black and white photo of two electric streetcars on the northeast corner of the Springfield public square. The cars are full because this was the last day of streetcar service to the city and all could ride free.

Black and white photo of a Rotary parade in 1926 entering the public square from St. Louis St. Visible are The Electric Theatre, Reps, the Holland Bldg., The Kilties and a male marching band.

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