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Black and white photo of a mine in or near Aurora, MO. Written on back, "Mines in Aurora, MO Grandpa Coats worked."

Post card of Aurora First Christian Church. Written to Mr Willie Hoverton, Springfield, Mo from Myrtle Wilkerson. There is no stamp or postmark. 3.5 X 5.5 inches. Emulsion ;on cardstock , sepia tone.

Baby chicks in front of a very small chicken house. Written on back is Kate and Will Samuel chickens rt 2 Aurora, MO.

A 1940's post card showing Doling Park's roller rink. The card is in color, was produced in Aurora, and reads on the back, "Own your own shoe skates. Roll to the music of the Hammond Organ."

A black and white photo of nine members of the Bradley family at the house that Harry Bradley built in Barry County (presently Aurora, MO).

A sepia tone postcard of the City Hall in Aurora, Illinois.

Black and white photo of a snow scene with a sleigh being pulled by two horses and a man in the sleigh. Two women are standing on the front porch of a two story frame house in Barry Co., Rt. 2 near ,Aurora, Mo belonging to James Henry Bradley. The house was built by Bradley.

Black and white photo of a group of men gathered in front of a large white pillared and brick home or building. They appear to be businessmen or officials, some are holding cigars. Names and the date - May, 1924 - are written on back of photo. Names are: Andrews-Marionville; Adams ___; Callaway, Spfld; Cow, Aurora; John, director State Eleemosynary Institutions, Coughlan, St.L.; Briton, Spgfld.; Bruton, Mt. V.; Glynn Sp.;Kerr, Springfield; Young, Ozark; Smith-Aurora; Judge Williams; May, 1924, Mt. Vernon MO."

Black and white photo of a mine or rock quarry. There is a pile of rocks at one side. On one of the bins is a sigh that reads " Bebber Belt ". At the rar right is a iron chimney. At the left is what appears to be a set of scales. Possible in Springfield or Aurora, MO.

A color post card produced by MWM Co. in Aurora, Mo. The card shows a birds eye view of St. John's hospital on the front. The back side is addressed to Mrs. Mary Hall. It also has written on it a goodwill message for her in her recovery.

A color post card made in Aurora of Doling Park, the lake, and the dance pavilion. The reverse side is titled, "Lunch and dance with 'Aunt Mamie' Swimming, Boating and Penny Arcade."

Black and white postcard photo of a frame house, built by James Henry Bradley. A note on the card indicates the house was that of Will & Katie Samuel and was located in Lawrence Co., Mo., Aurora, Rt. 2.

Post card photo of Christian Church and Methodist Episcopal Church in Marionville, MO. Card addressed to Mrs. Ella M. Bradley, Aurora Mo.

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