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Sepia tone cabinet card photo of Edgar P. Mann, b. 1858, d. 1953. Founded the Springfield law firm of Mann, Mann, Walter & Burkhart (later Mann, Walter, Burkhart, Weathers & Walter). Married Mary Elizabeth Mann, and their daughter, Mildred, married John F. McGregor on October 4, 1915.

Sepia tone photo of bride Mildred Mann with her bridesmaids, taken in a home. L to r, Jean McGregor, sister of John McGregor and later Mrs. John Jewell, Marjorie Mann (Mrs. Frank Mann) sister-in law of bride, Bess Thurman Braniff, 1st cousin, possibly Mary Reinhoff. Mildred Mann married John F. McGregor on 10/4/1915.

Black and white cabinet card photo of Mary Elizabeth Mann, b. 1866, d. 1960, wife of Edgar P. Mann. Their daughter, Mildred, married John F. McGregor.

A black and white photo of an English style house with Tudor windows. Three people standing in front (center). Possibly the Mann family since owner of Crystal Cave, Willie Mann, was born in England).

A photo of PTA art show at Mann School.

A photo of Mann School PTA sponsored art appreciation project where members went to class to discuss art.

A photo of Mann class discussing famous works of art.

A photo of Horace Mann School.

Black and white postcard photo of a group of costumed men and women at a Mardi Gras party. Back row, l to r, Roscoe Stewart, Phil Erb, Frank Mann, Carrie Bolher, Louis Reps, Marjorie Mann, Chris Ming. Front row, Dell Dumphy Reps, John McGregor, Mildred Mann McGregor, Will Reps.

A photo of Horace Mann Elementary.

Three photos of Gov. Joe Teasdale and Horace Mann students.

A black and white photo of Mrs. Jack Cooper (Mildred), Mrs. McGinley (Stephanie), Mrs. Frank Mann (Marjorie), Mrs. Lester E. Cox, and Mrs. John Quinn.

A photo of principal of Horace Mann, Mamie Holt, at her retirement ceremony.

A photo of students with Horace Mann at City Hall getting safety week proclamation.

A black and white photo of Harry and Marion Hoblit, Lee Farnham, Mrs. Frank Mann, Earl Moulder, Mrs. Earl Moulder, and Frank Mann.

A remembrance card for Willie Mann (owner of Crystal Cave).

A photo of Horace Mann students sending letters of appreciation to City Utilities.

An advertising card for Mann's Crystal Cave.

A poster of Crystal Cave.

A black and white photo of Springfield Mattress Spring Bed and Upholstering Works and Springfield Matress Factory.

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