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Black and white photo of the Graduating class of Boyd Elementary School, taken outside school. Mrs. Boyd, for whom school is named, seated at center, mounted on cardboard.

Hume's Essays, Literary, Moral and Political by David Hume. From the library of James Boyd Delaney from his father Thomas J. Delaney, a Springfield attorney. His mother was Cordelia Boyd, daughter of S. H. Boyd.This book is one of the few that survived at the Boyd's home in Mumford, near Pearson Creek.

Black and white photo of group of young students posing in front of Boyd Elementary School. Mary Boyd is seated in center of group. Folder also contains biographical material about Boyd and a plat of Maple Park Cemetary, ,where she is buried.

Black and white photo of grade five at Boyd School, posed outside the school with their teacher. The building appears to be the house that was used for Boyd before the current building was built.

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.

Black and white postcard photo of a young elementary school class posed outside Boyd School. The teachers are Adah Rominger (left) and Mary Boyd, after whom the school was named.

Sepia tone photo of First Mary S. Boyd school in this home on Central St.. Later brick building on Washington. Ave. Donor's grandmother, Adah Rominger (Likins) is teacher standing on far left-Mrs. Boyd third from left.

B & w photo of S. H. "Pony" Boyd. Two copies.Boyd is pictured in his Civil War uniform (Union). He Also served as Springfield Mayor, Judge at the Wild Bill Hickok trial and U.S. Consul to Siam.

Black and white photo of the final classes held in the Boyd residence. For several years classes were held in the house which had been the residence of Mrs. Mary S. Boyd. It was situated at the northwest corner of Benton and Center Streets, across Benton Ave. from Drury College Chapel. The teacher at the left of the class is Miss Roxie Cassity. Mabel Hunt is seated in the front row, the fifth from the left.

A black and white photo of after school tutorial for Boyd at-risk students.

Black and white photo of the First graduating class of Boyd Elementary School, taken outside the school, 1409 Washington, mounted on cardboard.Louise and Alfreda Boyd are in the photo.

A black and white photo of Sandy Pinkerton with at-risk students at Boyd.

A black and white photo of Sandy Pinkerton with Boyd at-risk students.

A photo of Boyd custodian giving safety lecture.

A photo of Boyd breakfast in cafeteria.

A feature article about Homer Boyd, age 65, returning to Springfield. He sang with the Philharmonics in the 1950's and 60's.

Black and white pano of the MO Branch of the National Congress of Mothers and Parent Teachers Association, 2nd Annual Convention Apr 15, 16, 17, 1914. Mrs. A.S. Abbott from Boyd School and Mrs. J.B. McBride from Boyd are noted on back. Too large to scan.

Black and white photo of Fifth grade class of Boyd School, taken outside the school building at 1409 Washington, mounted on cardboard. Names are listed on back.

Black and white photo of Lincoln Marching Band Drum Major Homer Lee Boyd, photographed in front of the school.

A black and white photo of students practicing the "duck and cover" drill at Boyd School in Springfield. See also accession number 1992-232.1991a.

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