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2001-51.51
A black and white photo of organist, Johnny Joplin.

2001-57-10
Color postcard photo of Main St., Joplin, MO.

2002-881.111
A color photo of a woman standing in front of a window with the curtains shut. She is holding a flower in her right arm. On the back of the photo is written, "Decoration of Chivalry Rebekah State Assembly, May 25, 1959--Joplin, MO"

 1995-82
New photocopy of the Negro City and County Directory, Springfield and Greene County, Joplin and Carthage, Jasper County. Lists all names and addresses of African Americans, black schools and businesses that hired Blacks.

1999-436-2
Black and white photo of a copy of the certificate of affiliation of 8 men with the Amalgamated Meat Cutters & Butcher Workmen Union, Meat Cutters & Food Handlers Local # 303, Joplin, MO. Dated August 22, 1938. Names listed are: Wm. L. Hamilton, Kenneth Smith, Leonard Burris, Sherman Black, Le H. Kinaust, Dea Snodey, Virgil Thompson, and Harold L. Crume.

2001-57-9
Color postcard photo of the Olivia Hotel in Joplin, MO.

2001-57-8
Color postcard photo of a display at the Dorothea B. Hoover Museum in Joplin, MO of a victorian parlor from the John C. Cox home.

 2002-885.26
It is a black velvet flat hat. There is one tag with " A Creation of Cecille Lorraine" on it. It was owned by Mary Ruth McShane of Monett, Mo. The hatbox is brown and square with "Macy's Kansas City, Joplin, Mission 22" printed on the top.

2001-57-7
Black and white postcard photo of Castle Rock near Joplin, MO.

2001-57-11
Black and white postcard photo of the Post Office Bldg. In Joplin, MO.

2001-57-12
Color postcard painting or enhanced photo of Junge Park, next to Junge Baking Co. in Joplin, MO.

 2002-885.27
It is a cream colored hat with a faux fur top and a silk ribbon and bow. There is one inside tag with "Miss Eileen" printed on it. It was owned by Mary Ruth McShane of Monett, Mo.The hatbox is brown and square with "Macy's Kansas City, Joplin, Mission 22" printed on the top.

 2002-885.28
It is brown, green, cream and tan striped hat with a plastic orange button in the front. It is lined with green lace on the inside and the tag reads "Sandra New York". It was owned by Mary Ruth McShane of Monett, Mo.The hatbox is brown and square with "Macy's Kansas City, Joplin, Mission 22" printed on the top.

2001-57-13
Black and white postcard photo of the Reddings Mill, probably on the Spring River near Joplin, Mo. A trestle bridge is in the foreground.

 1998-459
Crazy quilt made of many different types,colors of fabric and embroidery techniques. Makers initials, L E P, for Lennie Elizabeth Palmer, embroidered in center. Paisley cotton backing. Made by the donor's mother. Silk patches are shredded and falling off.

2002-881.112
A color photo of a woman seated at a piano wearing a formal dress. On the back of the photo is written, "Decoration of Chivalry medal on left chest."

 1994-167-3
Folder contains photocopy of program for 14th Appreciation Services for Rev. J. Vance Jenkins and Wife, Pastor of Mt. Eagle Baptist Church. The services were held at Unity Baptist Church, Joplin, Mo., on April 14, 1985.

 1999-7-4
Scrapbook from the career of Mayor Harry Carr, made by his Secretary Mrs. Powell, 9/10/1943-10/19/1943. Topics include Bette Davis, Joplin Airport, oil rationing, food stamps, first woman on ration board, coal shortage, sorm sewer, World War II, rainfall greatest in history, blackouts, utility tax, postwar planning, coal rationing, Louis Reps, building licenses.


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