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Black and white photo of an upstairs bedroom of the McElhaney house on Walnut St. showing architectural features including a fireplace.

Black and white photo of the gravesite of Mahala Boone Prunty, an open field near Wilson's Creek, west of Springfield. Mahala Prunty was a daughter of Nathan and Olive Boone. See accession file for more information.

A church pipe organ--freestanding, small organ--probably walnut, windows of church show behind it. Measurements/Size: 3 3/8" x 6 1/4". Material/Color: Paper, emulsion, black and white photograph. Machine made.

Black and white mounted photo of employees of the Springfield Brewing Co. who were members of the International Union of the United Brewery Workmen. The photo may have been taken on west Walnut St.

Black and white photo ofa two-story stucco house on the west side of Cordova Court, near Walnut St. In the background are a stone house and a barn.

Black and white photo of the lion and tiger car of the Shrine Circus parade going south on Jefferson Ave. near Walnut St.

Black and white postcard photo of E. Walnut Street. Postcard is postmarked Feb. 15, 1904. Sent to Mr. Edward B. Hall, 4 W. Johnson St., Madison, Wisconsin, using a 1 cent stamp. Words written on front: "Do you not think this street looks nice and does it not make you the least bit homesick?"

Black and white postcard photo, possibly hand colored, of Chamber of Commerce building (formerly was the Springfield Club), at the southwest corner of Jefferson Ave. and Walnut St.

Jarrett Jr. High fair. Jamie Burk, 8th gr., 1st place with peanut clusters, Sheri Harris 8th gr., 3rd place with strawberry nut bread, Sherry Edmonds 8th gr., 1st place double chocolate chip walnut bars.

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.

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.

A black and white photo of James and Lavinia Bissett and children. Back reads: "Left Springfield Friday night, arrived in K.C. MO Saturday morning. April 8, 1922. Found Kathryn and Jamie looking well and waiting breakfast. H.L Bissett, 803 E. Walnut Springfield, MO, C.H. Bissett."

Black and white photo of a delivery truck with crew in front of stores at 215 W. Walnut St.. The truck is parked on a brick street. Two businesses are Harry Dreyer's Upholstery and Knox's Victrolas.

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.

Black and white photo of the Springfield Business College, built by Prof. John A. Taylor on the southeast corner of Walnut St. and Jefferson Ave.

Black and white photo of a Shrine Circus trailer in a circus parade moving south on Jefferson Ave. near Walnut St.

Directory of St. Paul United Methodist Church at the northeast corner of Jefferson Ave. and Walnut St. The book is a pictorial directory and includes a history of the church, which was the first church founded in Springfield.

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.

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