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1992-232.711
A photo of Cherokee Middle School water problem.

1992-232.710
A photo of Cherokee Middle School water line repair.

1992-232.709
A photo of Cherokee Middle School. Lock cleaning.

1992-232.256
A color photo of board going over plans for addition at Cherokee School.

1992-232.330
A black and white photo of study sessions at Cherokee Middle School.

1992-232.1030
A photo of Christmas basket project at Cherokee Middle School.

1992-232.1039
A photo of Cherokee 7th grade visiting animal shelter.

1992-232.1019
A photo of Cherokee Middle School choir performance.

1992-232.1051
Cherokee School kindergarteners with elderly.

1992-232.853-54
A photo of R.T. French plant. Cherokee field trip.

1992-232.708
A photo of water truck at Cherokee Middle School.

1992-232.871
A photo of Cherokee School cook, Betty Newman.

1997-174
Black and white photo of St. John's Hospital at the corner of National Ave. and Cherokee St., shortly after its opening in 1952.

1992-232.860-61
A photo of Cherokee School at weather bureau and Henry Kyle.

2000-17-21
Black and white aerial photo of St. John's Hospital shortly after its completion.

2000-17-73
Black and white aerial negative of St. John's Hospital under construction. The School of nursing is at left.

2000-17-72
Black and white aerial negative of St. John's Hospital, under construction. The School of Nursing is on the left.

2000-17-20
Black and white aerial photo of St. John's Hospital under construction. The Nursing School building is at the center left.

1997-173
Black and white photo of the St. John's Hospital School of Nursing, shortly after it was built at the new hospital on National Ave. and Cherokee St., ca 1952

1998-524-2
Black and white photo of twelve young male students that were attending Drury. Enclosed information stated "the indian boys at Fairbanks Hall, 94-95." Native Americans came to Drury to further their education. Several did graduate. Between 1873 and 1893, all but two years saw Native Americans attending school at Drury.


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