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1992-232.803
A photo of counselor and student at Kickapoo.

1992-232.658&59
A photo of school board visiting construction at Kickapoo.

1992-232.888
A color photo of Kickapoo High commencement.

1992-232.927
A black and white photo of Kickapoo home economics bicentennial.

1992-232.253
A color photo of Jan Wooten, Joyce Dana and Bill Thomas visiting a new addition at Kickapoo High.

1992-232.922
A black and white photo of Kickapoo measle shots.

1992-232.609
A photo of annual Cooperative Occupational Education Banquet at Kickapoo.

1992-232.252
A black and white photo of board visits Kickapoo High new addition.

1992-232.412
A photo of Kickapoo art class, part of UnSchool, an expanded version of former adult evening program.

1992-232.839a
A photo of Kickapoo cheerleaders.

1992-232.411
A photo of a class in small engine repair at Kickapoo High. Adult program.

1992-232.1786
A black and white photo of Kickapoo High School.

1992-232.404
A photo of a Kickapoo adult painting class.

1993-55
Black and white photo of the Benjamin U. Massey house , 1915 E. Walnut (on the corner of East Walnut and Kickapoo.) Built ca 1880, sold to Dr. E.T. Robberson in 1893, torn down ca 1920.

1992-232.2003
A black and white photo of six women painting ceramics for a Vocational-Tech (non-credit) evening class at Kickapoo High School.

1994-158-1
Black and white photo of (l to r) Lester E. Cox, Ernest O. Breech, Henry Ford II and Jack Davis at the Cox Kickapoo Prairie Tractor Training School. Ford is seated on a Ford tractor.

1992-232.692
A photo of Kickpoo High School.

1994-158-2
Black & white photo of Henry Ford seated on a tractor at the Ford Tractor School which was on the Kickapoo Prairie farm of Lester Cox, the current location of Chesterfield Village. The family of the donor owned the land on which the school was built.

 1999-1
Rural Directory of Green County, MO listing all rural districts with name and route numbers of inhabitants. Also contains local advertising.

1994-158-3
Black & white photo of E.R. Breech, J.R. Davis (on tractor) and Henry Ford II at Kickapoo Prairie Ford Tractor Training School on the Lester Cox farm, currently Chesterfield Village.


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