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Telecommunication head set used by Naval Aviator Sr. Lt. John Lee Kelley during World War II.

Mens USNR uniform made of white cotton including jacket and pants. Worn by Naval Aviator USNR Sr. Lt. John Lee Kelley during World War II.

Black and white photo, mounted on cardboard, of a class of children standing outside the Kelley School near Ash Grove, MO. The teacher, standing at the far right, was Leona Whittaker.

Mens Naval Aviator uniform including jacket, shirt, pants, hat and tie, made of dark blue fabric. Belonged to USNR Sr. Lieutenant John Lee Kelley, husband of the donor, a Naval Aviator in World War II.

8-1/2" x 11" color photocopy of a group of African-American school children and their teacher, seated and standing outside the school at Cave Springs MO. A group of newly freed African-Americans settled near Cave Springs after the Civil War and established a community there than lasted until the 1930's-1940's. The all-black school in the photo was in a church building, which was later made into a school. In the photo are (back row) Willie Rolands, Kate Rolands, Elton Ferguson (uncle of donor), Helen Richardson Kelley (b. 1894), mother of Frances Brewer who is sister-in-law of donor. The teacher was Maud Harvey. Names in the Cave Springs community were Ingram, Stroud, Roland, Ferguson, Richardson

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