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2000-147-2
Black and white photo of the Jewell Theatre at 216 S. Jefferson (at McDaniel Ave.) with tractors parked on the street and a crowd of people waiting. Jubilee U.S.A., a country music show, was televised live by ABC-TV.

 1997-41
3M T-15 VHS videotape of the Five Star Jubilee, a country music show broadcast in color on tv from the Landers Theatre. Copied from original film owned by the Country Music Foundation. USER RESTRICTED

2000-147-3
Black and white photo of six Ozark Jubilee musicians performing in the KYTV studio.

 2006-14
A program from the Kiwanis Golden Jubilee from 1973. The cover is marked with Ned White's signature. This item is not able to be scanned.

2000-147-8
Black and white photo of the stars of the Five Star Jubilee outside the Landers Theatre at 311 E. Walnut. L to R: Tex Ritter, Jimmy Wakely, Snooky Lanson, Carl Smith, Rex Allen.

2004-18.11
A blue and gold plaque awarded to the city of Springfield for event assistance in the Ozark Motorcycle Jubilee, Labor Day weekend, 2002.

 1998-507
Off-white china plate with gold rim, 1956 calendar on front under which are the words Ozark Jubilee, all in gold. A souvenir of the Springfield country music show.

2000-147-4
Black and white photo of host and singer Red Foley performing for an Ozark Jubilee audience at the Jewell Theatre, 216 S. Jefferson Ave. (at McDaniel St.)

 1989-104-8-2
8 3/8" x 5 3/4" paperback book, "First Baptist Church, Springfield, Mo., 1852-1927," and an account of the Diamond Jubilee, Oct. 30 to Nov. 20, 1927, by M.M. Richardson. "L.H. Turner" handwritten on title page.

2000-147-7
Black and white photo of the Wagon Wheelers, a square dancing group of teen-agers who appeared on the Ozark Jubilee at the Jewell Theatre, Jefferson Ave. at McDaniel St. Photo likely taken at the KYTV studios at 999 W. Sunshine, as part of the videotaping of the Slim Wilson Show.

2000-147-1
Black and white photo of the stage and crowded auditorium of the Jewell Theatre at 216 S. Jefferson Ave. (at McDaniel St.). The audience is watching entertainers on the Ozark Jubilee country music show. (Jewell was the former Jefferson Theatre.)

1999-251-3
Black and white photo of Red and Sally Foley. He was a country music and gospel music singer and master of ceremonies for the locally produced Ozark Jubiliee and Jubilee U.S.A.

1998-449
Black and white photo of L.D. Keller and the Promenaders. Four young women clothed in square dance constumes and four young men with shirts matching fabric in girls' dresses. L.D. Keller in center. Promenaders were on Ozark Jubilee program.

 1998-522
Off-white china plate with gold rim, 1956 calendar on front under which are the words Ozark Jubilee, all in gold. A souvenir of the Springfield country music show.

2000-147-5
Black and white photo of the Matthews Quartet singing on the Ozark Jubilee country music program at the Jewell Theatre, 216 S. Jefferson Ave., or in the KYTV studio. They are being televised live by KYTV.

2000-147-6
Black and white photo of musicians (l to r) Junior "Speedy" Haworth, Slim Wilson, and Bob White, who performed on the Ozark Jubilee Country Music Show at the Jewell Theatre. The trio also performed on "The Slim Wilson Show," which was aired locally for many years. Photo likely taken at the KYTV studios at 999 W. Sunshine, where the Slim Wilson Show was taped for several years.

2000-206-45
Black and white photo of a country music program, probably the Ozark Jubilee, in a Channel 10 studio.

 1997-26-1219
This is C W Johnson's "Without Reservations" article about the Queen's Silver Jubilee and Big Thompson Canyon, Colorado. 1 full newsprint sheet.

 2006-52
This picture shows the golden jubilee convention of the camp fire girls in New York City in 1960. This item is too large to be scanned.

 1989-104-2-6
Printed paper program or bulletin from First Baptist Church of Springfield. The front page advertises the Diamond Jubilee Evangelistic Campaign featuring preacher Dr. Henry Alford Porter.


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