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1992-202
Black and white print of a glass plate negative showing damage from the 1880 Marshfield tornado to a farmhouse.

 1992-186
Glass plate negative showing damage to a building done by the 1880 Marshfield tornado. Negative not scanned.

 1992-185
Glass plate negative showing damage to a house from the 1880 Marshfield tornado. Negative not scanned.

 1992-190
Glass plate negative showing an area of trees, possibly associated with the 1880 tornado in Marshfield. Negative not scanned.

 1992-189
Glass plate negative showing damage from the 1880 tornado in Marshfield, Negative not scanned.

1992-180
Sepia stereograph of ruins of a farm following the tornado or cyclone in Marshfield on April 18. 1880.

 1992-184
Glass plate negative showing damage from the 1880 Marshfield tornado to the town business area. Negative not scanned.

 1992-187
Glass plate negative showing damage to a railroad track and fenced area from the 1880 Marshfield tornado. Negative not scanned.

1992-182
Black and white print (very dark) of a glass plate negative of what appears to be a field. Probably of ruins following the Marshfield tornado or cyclone on April 18, 1880.

 1992-183
Glass plate negative of destruction done by the 1880 tornado in Marshfield, MO, Negative not scanned.

1992-177
Colored stereograph of a farm scene with several people standing and seated by a pond or lake. Part of a series entitled "Ruins at Marshfield after the Cyclone, April 18, 1880.

1992-113
Two views of mill and mill pond at Marshfield, MO; each photo 2 3/4" x 3 1/2" on 3 7/8" x 7" mounting; sepia photographic print; material: emulsion, paper; also see 1982-7-27; acquired 1982

1992-176
Colored stereograph of a home, trees, fence and street . Part of a series of photos entitled "Ruins at Marshfield after the Cyclone, April 18, 1880.

1992-114
Two boys by mill pond; On reverse: "Twelve scenes in the ruins at Marshfield after the cyclone, April 18th, 1880"; Two photos, each 3" x 3" on one 6 7/8" x 3 1/2" mounting; black and white photographic process; material: paper, emulsion; right photo faded; also see 1982-7-30; acquired 1982

2002-143
A portrait of young woman wearing fox tail collar. Two copies. On the back of one is written Lucy Mae Smith, 969 Benton, Springfield, MO. The address is marked out and Marshfield, MO written below.

 1992-188
Glass plate negative showing damage to the Webster County courthouse from the 1880 Marshfield tornado. Negative not scanned.

2002-73
A photo of a woman wearing a corsage. On reverse is the following: taken after our fashion review, "Suddenly its spring" given in M.H.S gymnasium, Marshfield, MO/March 1950/Lucy Mae Smith/corsage/presented by senior home economics students to me.

1982-7-40
A black and white photo of the Thomas C. Strickland family. Back row: Isabell (daughter) and Sally Ann Fuller (step Daughter). Second row: Thomas Benton (son), Thomas Corlin Strickland (father), Maria Avaline Jones Fuller Strickland (wife). Front row: Etta (daughter) and Elmah (daughter). They lived in Lebanon, Marshfield, and Springfield, MO throughout the 1860's and 1880's.

2001-163
Black and white studio portrait of Bollenger family, Marshfield, Mo. Eleven subjects pictured. Detailed identifications of persons listed on backside of photo. "John J. Bollenger (with white beard) home on Washington Ave. Front center Hulda Bollenger (wife of John), front end Dr. Will Bollenger (son of John and Hulda)(with wife and child) Back 2nd from L John (son of John J.) Merchant in Marshfield. Girls from L back row 1) Molly (Bollenger) Hargis; 2) ?; 3) Emma (Bollenger); 4) Ola (Bollenger) Brockman"

2001-737
A black and white photo of two girls (probably sisters) and their dog. The portrait was taken in a studio with an outdoor backdrop.


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