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1992-232.693
A photo of Bailey School.

1992-232.188
A black and white photo of Bailey at-risk students.

1992-208.4
Ed Bailey.

1992-232.193
A black and white photo of at-risk student at Bailey Alternative Center.

1992-232.182
A black and white photo of Bailey Alternative Center for at-risk students.

1992-232.180
A black and white photo of Bailey Alternative Center for at-risk students.

1992-232.287
A color photo of board members and legislators visiting Bailey Alternative Center.

1992-232.175
A black and white photo of teacher Chris Knisley at bailey with at-risk students.

1992-232.181
A black and white photo of Chris Knisley teacher Bailey at-risk students.

1992-232.1686
A photo of Bailey School class.

1992-232.1703
A photo of Bailey School class, Rm. 4.

1992-232.1933
A black and white photo of three women seated at a table at the Bailey Center in May of 1989.

1992-232.164
A black and white photo of Bailey students from alternative program studying at Springfield Nature Center.

1992-232.849
A photo of Bailey Nature Center field trip.

1992-232.1973
A black and white photo of Bailey School students--Room 3. The photo was taken in January of 1901.

 2000-139
Long black and white photo of Bailey School, 321 W. Center (Central) St. with the students and teachers posed outside. Too long to scan.

1992-3
Black and white photo of National Cemetery gateway into Cemetery, Glenstone and Seminole.Bailey monument visible at far left.

1999-229-1
Color postcard photo of the National Cemetary, Union section, showing cannons, grave markers and the T. J Bailey monument, a statue of a Union soldier.

1996-83-2
Black and white 5x7 photo with two men seated in chairs at Springfield National Cemetery between the flag mound and Bailey Monument on left.

1996-83-1
Black and white 5x7 photo of the National Cemetery, Springfield, MO. View looking east with Bailey Monument on extreme right and Lyon Monument on left.


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