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B & w, sepia toned photo of a Civil War Veterans Reunion in Seymour, MO. 21 individuals make up the group, some holding American flags.Photograph was made by a studio in Mansfield, MO.

Black and white Postcard photo of Olathe, Missouri. Field is in foreground, fence is in middle of photo, and buildings and people are in background. On the back of the card is a note from the sister of Mr. O.D. Rush of Mansfield, Missouri. The postmark on the card is Bakersfield, California .

Black and white photo of the southwest quadrant of the Public Square looking south on South Ave. W. H. Mansfield Tinware business is shown in photo as well as the band stand/bell tower. The Opera House can also be seen in addition to the St. Paul Methodist church.

At the building on the left is a sign saying United Cigars. On the right is another sign saying Dr. Wetzel Dentist. Further down South Street on the west side is the Rogers and Baldwin Hardware Co. which is in the old Mansfield Opera House building. The Public Square is brick paved. 7 X5 inches

Looking south on South Street from the Public Square. On the left is a United Cigar Co. sign. On the right down from Public Square is Rogers and Baldwin Hardware Company; which is in the old Mansfield Opera House building. Street car tracks appear to circling the " Pie "which was in the center of the Public Square. 4.75 X 7.5 inches.

7-1/8" x 10-1/8" black and white photoprint of an older photograph of group of 28 children dressed for a Washington's Birthday party. Descriptive note and partial listing of names provided by donor.(con't)..14- Lula Nichols, 15- George Knox, 16- Lizzie Lohmeyer, 17- Pren Savage, 18- Tony Lohmeyer, 19- Helen Otterson, 20- ?, 21- Mrs. Ben Grist, 22- ?, 23- ?, 24- Gen Kearney, 25- Iza Hill, 26- Alice Kearney, 27- Nell McNearney, 28- Lida Robberson?

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