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Seven photos of Mark Twain Elementary.

Mark Twain School Bicentennial yearbook 1975-76, paperback with front cover displaying liberty bell, flag, and constitution of U.S.

"Mark Twain School Bicentennial Yearbook 1975-76" paperback with front cover displaying Liberty Bell, U.S. flag, and Constitution of U.S.

Seven photos of Twain after-school program.

A photo of child painting during free period at Twain School.

A photo of Library on the stage at Twain School.

A photo of custodian cleaning damages from vandalism at Twain.

Black and white negative of Mark Lairmore's armored car service in front of the Union National Bank on the southeast corner of the Public Square. Guards have a number of money bags.

A photo of Senior Mark Westfall at Linder.

A post card from 1912 with a picture of a lake and a bridge. Is stamped with a one cent George Washington mark.

Sepia tone carte-de-visite of William T. Sherman. Printers mark and two cent stamp on back. Also see accession no. 76-932-l.

A photo of United Way campaign. 1st grade Mark Jones, 2nd grade Sandra Jean Brock and Mike Arnold.

Small painted china cup with a colored picture of the Greene County Courthouse, northeast corner of Boonville Ave. & Central St., on the front. This commemorative cup was received by some people to mark the cornerstone laying of the new courthouse, ca 1912.

Page 16M from Friday, December 31, 1999. Titled: City's Black Community Strives for new successes. It has a photo of Charlotte Hardin, Samuel Knox, and the old Hardrick Brothers Grocery (from ca. 1900).

Black and white postcard #15652 of National Cemetery in Springfield, MO Two upright cannon mark the entrance to the Cemetery. Between them in the background is the Bailey Monument on the left and Lyon Monument on the right.

B & w photo of a cairn of stones on the Wilson's Creek Battlefield placed there by Wilson's Creek veterans to mark the spot where Gen. Nathaniel Lyon was killed.

Black and white postcard of the Federal Cemetery Springfield, MO. Sent by Lela Miller to Will Jones. Two upright cannon mark the entrance to the Cemetery with the Bailey Monument in foreground and Lyon Monument in right background.

An original copy of the speech used by the President at the reunion of the 35th Division, and the breakfast at the Shrine Mosque on June 7, 1952. Each page is stamped with a Harry S Truman Library, US Government, "National Archives and Records Service" mark. See uncatalogued Truman pictures, clippings, and book in the Truman Collection in the Map Drawer in Rm 202.

A photograph of Floyd Hitchcock and family. On back of photograph it reads; left to right sitting down, Becky, Elmer ( who sings over the air), Virginia ( Elmer's wife ), Mark Allen ( Elmer's 5 year old son), Mother Hitchcock, and Mary Lee. Back Row: Josie,( our baby ), Bob Hogan ( Son-in-law), Jean Hogan, Floyd Jr., Dale, Betty Rogers, Tommy Rodgers ( Son-in-law), and Mary Hitchcock ( Mrs. Hitchock's sister). 9.75 X 7.75 Inches. Black and White photograph.

A wide angle view of the old Frisco freight depot shows the freight office left and the string of 30 bay doors extending 400 ft. to right where teams and wagons and later trucks backed up to load the merchandise that had come in for delivery to Springfield and area businesses. It is hard to imagine that on the evening of Sat. July 27 a party atmosphere prevailed with music and dancing in the vacant, somber building to mark the official opening of the new freight depot considered by some to be finest west of Chicago. The old passenger depot once stood to right of picture as did the more recent passenger station that replaced it.

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