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A photo of Berry classroom.

A photo of Miss Satoria's 2nd grade class, Rm. 2 at Berry School.

A photo of Mr. Ott and Berry class. Two copies.

Black and white photo of Boys and girls of Berry School standing in front of school holding banner that says "Berry Boys Basketball Team, '08" mounted on cardboard or fabric. Conrad Walter, the donor's brother is marked with an arrow in the photo.

A photo of Miss Gardener and Miss Quade with Berry class - 1st grade. Two copies.

Special Olympics at Berry.

Black and white photo of a truck on South Ave. that had been hit by a streetcar. The Berry House is in the background. It appears to have been made into a boarding house.

Black and white photo of the First grade class of Berry School, 911 E. Division, taken outside the school building, mounted on cardboard.

Typed copy of a handwritten autobiography of Charles Henry Heer, who opened a dry goods store at the southwest corner of Olive St. and Boonville Ave. in 1869. This is an account of his life from his birth in Hanover, Germany in 1820 until 1873.

Jefferson Ave. south of St. Louis St.On the left side of the picture is the Woodruff building and the spire of the First Presbyterian Church. Leaning against a automobile, first one is unknown, next is Tracy Brown and last is Fred Donnell. The man walking on the sidewalk is Blaine Berry. 4.5 X 2.75 inches

Black and white print of an original daguerreotype of the wedding photograph of Mary Roan Danforth and John Nathaniel Campbell. He died in 1864 at age 32. She later married Daniel D. Berry. John Nathaniel was the oldest son of John P. and Louisa C. Campbell.

Black and white Photo of Woodruff Building under construction. First Presbyterian Church is in the background. Signs for future tenants hang from building. Businesses shown: Spfd Court of Appeals, Gen Ofc of KC, Clinton & Spfd Railway Co., Hedges & Jarrett Constr Co., Moran-Likens Commission Co., Illinois Life, Berry Land & Investment co., W.N. Viers Realty Co., Ziska Merchant Tailor, Herring Hall Marvin Safe Co., Greene Co Abstract and Loan Co., Colonial Pharmacy.

A black and white photo of Carla Sue Baker holding Berry Museum artifacts of Jonathan Fairbanks.

A photo of teachers recording grades at registrar's office. Clockwise: Mrs. Doris Bush, Mrs. Marion Hoblit, Mr. Arthur Elbert, Miss Sarah Townsend, Miss May Berry and Mr. Rennie Hicklin.

News-Leader article on consecration of renovated Old Negro Cemetary in Ash Grove, MO.

These are editorial pages, front and back, and may have advertisements on the back. These are full newsprint sheets.

Black and white photo of Boyd School. Donor Karl Walter and his brother and sisters attended Boyd and Berry Schools. Mary S. Boyd School is located at 1409 Washington.

8" x 10" black and white photoprint of the Top Hatters Club, an African-American dance club. Seated and standing couples include (1st row left to right) Jewell & Bill Martin, Lacerene Avery and Manuel Bowen, Georgia Hancock & Lee Eslinger, Alma & Clifton Moore, Josephine & Fred Martin, (2nd row) Bill Woodrow & Mary Dalton, Robert & Frenzella Spencer, Mary & Carrell Martin, Velma & Carlisle Street, (3rd row) Delbert Herndon, Sherman & Vera Allen, George & Ruth Barnett, Jean Berry & Lloyd Yokum, Alma & Robert Pasley.

Autobiographical memories of Reuben T. Peak published by his son. See Jacob Lippman,Berry School,Woolen Mill,Phelps pond,Smallpox,pest camp,Normal School,willipus-wallopus,lynching,Charles Spurgeon,High School,Drury College,Jesse Mays,Seeley's Camera Store,Bruce May,Arch Lowe,Helen Trenary,John Goad,railway strike,Lindenlure,depression. Oscar Peak and his wife viola were physicians who practiced together in Springfield.

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