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A photo of Cowden School.

Two photos of Guy Cowden - board member.

A photo of PTA vision screening at Cowden.

A photo of youth art month at city hall. Mayor Scruggs meeting with Cowden students.

Sepia tone photo of a work crew standing in front of McDaniel Lake and Dam. They are building the lake and dam and Almon Callentine, father of donor, is in front row. He ran a concrete mixer for the construction crew. Also shown is Charlie Cowden. McDaniel Lake and Dam were built ca 1930 to form a supplementary water supply for Springfield.

A photo of Board of Education. Back: Jim Jeffries, E.A.Martin, ?, ?, ?, Tom Knight. Front: ?, Harry Study, Guy Cowden.

A photo of Board of Education. Front: ?, Harry Study, Guy Cowden. Back: Paul Jezzard, Jim Jeffries.

Color post card of the interior of the Machine Building, New Frisco Shops.

A photo of Board of Education. Tom Knight, Clarence Woolsey, Virgil Anderson, E.A. Martin Jr., Guy Cowden, James A. Jeffries, Carl Johnson, H.P. Study, A.R. Stewart.

A photo of Board of Education. Front: Clarence Woolsey, Guy Cowden, Nelle Gibbs, Willard Graff, Paulene Gibson. Back: James Jeffries, Kirby Patterson, Robert Henry, E.A. Martin Jr., Norman Hoeft.

A hand-tinted postcard of the fountain at Doling Park. Also 1981-61.

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

Postcard photograph of brick church with stone foundation and tall spire. Grace Methodist church was located on the Southeast corner of South Ave. and Pershing St. Card was mailed May 8, 1909 to a Misses Eva. And Lula Cowden, Pleasant Hope, Mo. One cent Franklin stamp. 3 X 4 inch on 3.5 X 5.5 inch card stock. Black ink on off-white card stock. 3 copies.

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