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 2001-212-34
Folder contains newspaper articles and various printed pieces about Carrie McBride.

1988-14.4.14
A black and white photo of Mary McBride and her horse - taken on South Fork near West Plains. A crowd of 25 or more were enjoying a camping trip over the 4th of July (3 days).

1988-14.4.15
A black and white photo of ten young men: Chas Pease, Roco Collins, Alva Cogdill, Earl Rubble, Fred Cater, Ruffis Strickland, Alford Garrett, Mr. McBride, Lawrence Turner, and Jim Chapin on camping trip. See 1988-14.4.14 and 1988-14.4.16.

 1990-48.45
A letter from A.C. McBride, president of Crystal Cave.

 2004-625
Black and white pano of the MO Branch of the National Congress of Mothers and Parent Teachers Association, 2nd Annual Convention Apr 15, 16, 17, 1914. Mrs. A.S. Abbott from Boyd School and Mrs. J.B. McBride from Boyd are noted on back. Too large to scan.

1997-196
Third row continued, Ena Ballantine, and Bessie Worley. Studio photograph of Sunday School class, Fourteen young ladies and teacher, Mrs. McBride. Most of the names are written on the back of the photograph. 8 X 10 inches. Sepia, emulsion on paper, machine made photograph

1995-4-22
Black and white photograph of the employees of the Heer's Garden Room. The employees (both men and women) are sitting and standing around a small table eating doughnuts and drinking coffee. Names listed on back are Mary Ellen Owen, Jim Hadden, Verda, Garnet Eainert (?), Jeanne Craig, Olive Landrum, Mary Leavitt, Betty McBride, Erwin, Bill Gunn.

 1986-56-4-4
Hand-written recollections about early settlers in Springfield. Additional names mentioned are: Rev. Mooney, Julian Foster, Edna ThompsonMary Francies Campbell, Joseph Jones, Robert W. Crawford, James McBride, Thomas H.Benton


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