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1997-30-7
Black and white photo of Robert Bruce Campbell (grandson of Junius Tennessee Campbell), his wife Della Herndon Campbell , daughter June and son James Robert Campbell.

1992-56-30-11
Sepia tone photo of Leonidas Adolphus Cadwallader Campbell, enhanced to look like a drawing or painting. L. A. Campbell, called Lonnie by his family, was the second son of John Polk and Louisa Cheairs Campbell and was named after kinsman Bishop L. A. Polk, the first Episcopal Bishop in Louisiana. L. A. Campbell was a Colonel during the Civil War and died at age 47.

1997-30-1
Three quarter black and white bust portrait of Junius Tennessee Campbell, husband of Mary Ann Blackwell Campbell, brother of John Polk Campbell.

1997-30-2
Three quarter black and white bust portrait of Mary Ann Blackwell Campbell, wife of Junius Tennessee Campbell, sister-in-law of John Polk Campbell.

1992-56-30-5
Black and white print of an original daguerreotype photo of Leonidas Adolphus Cadwallader Campbell, second son, and his sister Sarah Rush Campbell Owen, third daughter of John P. and Louisa C. Campbell. He died at age 47, she at age 88. The daguerreotype is in an unusual thermal plastic case.

 1989-104-3-1
Printed paper membership certificate and letter of transfer for Brother E. M. Campbell from The Church of Christ in Canton, Mo. Ezekial Madison Campbell was the brother of Springfield founder John Polk Campbell.

1992-56-30-12
Sepia tone photo of Col. Leonidas Adolphus Campbell, second son of John Polk and Louisa Cheairs Campbell. He and his wife, Lula McElhany, had one son named Lee.

1992-58-7
Black and white photo (poor quality) of the employees of the Campbell 66 transport company in front of a truck.

2000-17-164
Black and white aerial negative of Campbell 66. There are two of these aerial photos. Each differs slightly in perspective.

1997-30-3
Black and white photo of John Polk Campbell, son of Junius Tennessee Campbell and Mary Ann Blackwell. He was the nephew of Springfield's founder, John Polk Campbell.

1992-58-12
Black and white photo of Norval Latham, a truck driver for Campbell 66 Express, standing in front of his truck. He had driven 15 years without an accident and equivalent to 40 times around the world.

1992-56-30-6
Black and white print of an original daguerreotype photo of a man who possibly is John Polk Campbell. He and his wife, Louisa Cheairs, founded Springfield and donated the land to have the village declared the County Seat of Greene County. He died at age 48.

1997-30-5
Black and white bust portrait of Mary Frances Campbell Doling, daughter of John Polk Campbell and Susan E. Gray Campbell. She was a wife of Charles Doling.

1992-56-30-50
Black and white photo of Sarah Campbell Owen seated on the steps of the John Polk Campbell house, holding a grandchild on her lap.

1992-46
Black and white photo of a brick church building, Campbell Ave. Methodist Church, which is located at the southwest corner of Campbell Ave. and Division St. 3 X 4.75 inches. Black and white photographic print , paper and emulsion. Machine made.

2000-119
New copy of a tintype photo of Louisa Cheairs Campbell, wife of John Polk Campbell.

1989-210-35
8" x 10" sepia-tone photoprint full-length seated photo of a young boy, approximately age 5, dressed formally, seated on a large fur. Robert Leonidas (Lee) Campbell, son of Leonidas Adolphus Campbell and Lucy McElhany (Lulu) was their only child. Left an orphan at age 16 and died at 21. Written on back "To Uncle Pony from Lee." S.H. "Pony" Boyd married Lee's Aunt, Margaret McElhany.

1992-56-30-1
Black and white print of an original daguerreotype of Louisa Terrill Cheairs, wife of John Polk Campbell. Died at age 56.

1992-56-30-33
Black and white photo of an original tintype of the Louisa and John Polk Campbell home. Built in 1852 on the Campbell farm near what is now the northeast corner of Jefferson Ave and Grand Street.

1992-56-30-16
Sepia tone cabinet card photo of William Argyll Campbell, youngest son of John Polk and Louisa Cheairs Campbell. At this time he was living at the family's plantation, Valley Home, in Yazoo City, MS.


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