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Collection of Fairbanks family correspondence, primarily letters from relatives in Massachusetts and Ohio to Angie Bowker Fairbanks and Jonathan Fairbanks.

Black and white photo of the Jonathan Fairbanks home at 847 Serman Ave. James O. Fairbanks, youngest of 9 children of Jonathan and Angie Bowker Fairbanks, is standing in the yard. He is the donor's uncle and Jonathan Fairbanks is the donor's grandfather.

Black and white photo of James O. Fairbanks and his father, Jonathan Fairbanks, in front of the Fairbanks home at 847 Sherman Ave. In front is a large bed of iris with a west view of the house in the background. James was the youngest surviving son of Jonathan and Angie Bowker Fairbanks.

Printed autobiography of Jonathan Fairbanks written for the Greene County, Missouri History, by Fairbanks & Tuck, published in 1915.

Black and white lithograph portrait of Jonathan Fairbanks used in the Fairbanks & Tuck History of Greene County, Missouri, published in 1915.

Collection of letters to Jonathan Fairbanks and Angie Bowker Fairbanks, primarily from family and friends in Massachusetts and Ohio.

Black and white photo of the Fairbanks house, 847 Sherman Ave., with Jonathan Fairbanks standing in front. The house was built in 1870 with lumber that had been cut at his mill. Original address was 613 Sycamore, or Sycamore and Center.

Black and white photo of the Fairbanks tombstone and gravesite at Maple Park Cemetary. Decorated with flowers, probably for the burial of Jonathan Fairbanks, b. 1/7/1828, d. 9/17/1917.

Newspaper clipping of an article about Jonathan Fairbanks by Mrs. H.B. Barry.

A photo of Fairbanks new addition.

A photo of Fairbanks School.

A photo of Fairbanks School.

A photo of Fairbanks School.

Black and white pencil drawing of the Fairbanks home in Dedham, MA.

A photo of Springfield High with superintendent Fairbanks (center).

Black, leather-bound notebook used by Jonathan Fairbanks primarily as a ledger. A few school notes are on the first pages.

Black and white photo of Fairbanks Hall on the Drury College campus. Fairbanks was the first permanent building on campus and was torn down in the summer of 1978. It faced west on Benton Ave.

Green paper and ribbon bound booklet commemorating the 50th reunion in 1949 of the Springfield High School Class of 1899. Dedicated to Jonathan Fairbanks.

Black and white photo of the Jonathan Fairbanks home at 847 Sherman Ave. Looking toward the front door through a picket fence and trees.

Bound book used as a ledger and journal by Jonathan Fairbanks while teaching and serving as Superintendent at St. Marys Union School, St. Marys, Ohio.

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