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Sepia tone photo of what appears to be an automobile race going through ,on dirt roads , the hamlet of Hickory Barren, MO, north of Springfield, MO

Sepia tone photo, mounted on cardboard, of a crowd gathered in front of a building with a front porch overhang. There is a speaker in the middle of the crowd. The photo is marked "Hickory Baren School".

A photo of temporary, portable Hickory Hills classroom.

A photo of Hickory Hills portable classroom.

A photo of classroom addition at Hickory Hills under construction.

Sixteen photos of Hickory Hills art class.

Color photocopy of a luncheon and fashion show at Hickory Hills Country Club being televised by KYTV. The model is Claudine (Mrs. Lester) Cox.

A black and white photo of four cars parked outside of Hickory Hills country club.

A collection of four color photos from Vice President George Bush's visit to Hickory Hills Elementary and Junior High School in November 1985. The scanned photo shows Bush speaking to his wife, Barbara Bush, with students and teachers.

A color photo of a dinner given at hickory Hills Country Club by Mrs. George Horton the night before Emma Bissett's 100th birthday. Names on back difficult to read.

A black and white aerial photograph of 18 holes of the Hickory Hills Golf Course.

Black and white photograph of the first Springfield Golf Club vs. Hickory Hills Match. Taken Sept., 1953. Partial listing of names in folder.

Folder contains photocopies of articles and a biography of Mary Hogg Hoffman (1917-1991).

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

Black and white studio photo of John Thomas Woodruff, Springfield businessman and entrepreneur.

Scrapbook from the career of Mayor Harry Carr, made by his secretary Mrs. Powell, 10/21/1943-6/3/1945. Topics include Cities Service, bomber, women as dispatchers, INS, switchboard explosion, Norfork Dam, Utility Board, slot machines, Hickory Hills, golf, African-American service club, City Utilites, city hospital, Camp Fire Girls, Police, Sunshine St. zoning, U.S. Marshall.

Colt Army revolver, 44 calibre, used by John Jackson Lindsay in Co B, 8th Reg., Missouri State Militia Cavalry in the Civil War. Lindsay was from Preston, Hickory Co., MO. The revolver is made of parts with mismatched numbers, probably done when the Army quartermaster was cleaning and repairing revolvers and mixed the parts when reassembling the guns.Currently on display in the case in the Civil War gallery.

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