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Black and white photo of Charles McGregor, b. 1864, d. 1930, son of John and Sarah Morris McGregor. With his brother Arch he operated the McGregor-Noe Hardware Co., founded by their father. Later with his son John F. McGregor he opened the MrGregor Ford dealership in Springfield. This later became the McGregor-Fellini Motor Co.

Sepia tone photo of Gladys McGregor, d. Feb. 1, 1955. Wife of Charles McGregor, Mother of John and Jean McGregor, who married John Jewell.

Sepia tone cabinet card photo of John McGregor, b. 1829, d. 1909. Co-owner of McGregor-Noe Hardware Co., Mayor in 1873, School Board member in 1874.

A photo of McGregor school musical.

Black and white photograph of the 1940 McGregor Scots baseball team, posing on bleachers in front of a rock building. Probably a softball team playing for McGregor Hardware Co.

Black and white photo of John McGregor seated in the winter parlor or sitting room of his home at 807 Boonville Ave. A photo of his wife, Sarah Morris McGregor, is hanging behind him.

Black and white cabinet card photo of three young men in a photographer's studio designed to look like woods. Standing on the left is Charles McGregor, seated in the center is Arch Diggins, the other man is unidentified. Charles, b. 1864, d. 1930, was the son of John and Sarah Morris McGregor.

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.

Four photos of addition to McGregor School.

Black and white cabinet card photo of Sarah Morris McGregor, b. 1830, d. 1902.

A photo of 6th graders of McGregor school presenting "The Proud Princess" puppet show.

11" x 14" sepia-tone photoprint of bust studio portrait of mature man in suit and tie. "Arch McGregor, 1934" is written on front.

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.

Black and white photo of John W. Jewell, probably taken near the time of his marriage on 4/12/1916 to Jean McGregor. He died at Camp Funston, KS 1/11/1918.

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.

Black and white photo of the McGregor Hardware Co. loading dock. 309-323 E. Water St.

Black and white photo of Jean McGregor in a white lace dress, taken at the time of her graduation from the 8th grade at Phelps School. She later married John W. Jewell, April 12, 1916.

Black and white photo of John W. Jewell, age 6 or 7, son of Harry Sanford Jewell and Abba T. Kelly Jewell. He married Jean McGregor April 12, 1916 and died at Camp Funston, KS on Jan. 11, 1918.

Sepia tone photo in cardboard folder of Harry Sanford Jewell,b. 1867, founder of the Springfield Leader. His son, John, married Jean McGregor.

A black and white negative of McGregor-Fellini Motor Co. (Ford dealership). Promotional advertisment. See Events B1, F 406 for print.

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