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A photo of Field Elementary.

A black and white photo of board member, Thom Field.

Black and white photo of Men, two in uniform, and byplane at McClure Field. On the tail of the airplane is written " McClure Flying Field, Springfield, Mo. It's time to Fly". This was also the first Springfield Airport.

A photo of Rebecca Adams teaching at a Field School.

A black and white photo of David Harrison and Thom Field.

A black and white photo of Thom Field and David Harrison.

A black and white photo of military men in a field.

B & w photo of a Civil War era field hospital. Copied from an illustration from an unknown publication from the collections of the State Historical Society of MO. Do not reproduce without permission.

A photo of Dunn Field Grandstand in Trenton.

A photo of Toys for Tots at Field Elementary. Christmas project.

Black and white photo of the Central High School Ball Park taken in 1950 at night with the field lights on.

A picture taken at the Frisco Railroad during a teacher's field trip to the station.

A photograph of two individuals from Drury on a Biology field trip to Greaydon Springs. One of the individuals is holding a snake around her neck. The background is a cabin. There are two identical photographs. The picture was unable to be scanned.

Black and white aerial negative of the Fassnight Park baseball field. There is one additional photograph from a different aerial perspective.

A black and white photo of Huell Cunningham in field of monumental wheatstacks on Whitlock farm.

Black and white photo of the steel shell of a building being constructed at Springfield's old airport, McCluer Field, now known as Downtown Airport on E. Division St. The steel hoisting truck was owned and operated by Clinton Rolland VanZandt, father of the donor.

Black and white photo of McCluer Flying Field, old Springfield airport, E. Division Street. Two men with two airplanes that are single winged. The building is currently Alpha House for the Springfield Council of Churches.

A snapshot of a Drury students on a biology field trip to Graydon Springs. They all are posing in fron of a house. There are seven individuals in all. The picture was unable to be scaned.

Black and white photo of the Field House on Drury College Campus, facing west on Drury Lane.

A collection of 3 color photos of Governor John Ashcroft's February 1986 visit to Field Elementary.

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