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Black and white photo, mounted on cardboard, of what is probably the Finley River and waterfall at Ozark Mo. There are several buildings on the river, at left is probably the Ozark Water Mills building.

Small, commercial newspaper entitled the Ozark Trade Lines. Filled with local advertisements and opinion columns.

Native craft booth at the Ozark Empire District Fair. An unidentified young woman is shown demonstrating hooking rugs with samples of Ozarks crafts displayed on the wall and in a display case. 8 inches x 10 inches. Black and white.Also shows weaving, baskets and doll making.

Black and white photo of the waterfall on the Finley River at Ozark Mo crossed by a covered bridge. To the left is the Ozark Water Mills building and in the foreground is a horsedrawn wagon and horsedrawn stagecoach. The picture says that the mill was started in 1897 and burned in 1921 and that the bridge washed away on july 9, 1909.

Black and white copy of a photo of a wide angle view of Ozark, MO which includes the Finley River, covered bridge, Ozark Mill, and the village on the hillside.

Sepia tone photo of an art display of the Ozark Artists Association. Possibly at the Ozarks Empire Fair.

Black and white photo of an official of Ozark Airlines, a locally owned airline.

Souvenir flyer of the 75th Anniversary of Riverside Inn at Ozark, MO, ca. 1997. Riverside Inn is on the Finley River. The photo is ca. 1922.

Black and white photo of six Ozark Jubilee musicians performing in the KYTV studio.

Black and white aerial photo of the ozark empire fairgrounds showing the track, grandstand, midway, animal barns and exhibition hall.

Color postcard promoting Southern Missouri, compliments of the Ozark Realty Co., 405 College St., Springfield, MO. Shows pictures of farms and farming activities.

Black and white aerial negatives of Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, showing the midway, grandstand and track. There are four photographs in addition to the one shown. They were taken from slightly different perspectives.

C W Johnson's "Without Reservations" article featuring Amtrak, Ozark Air Lines. 1 full newsprint sheet

Black and white photo of a tractor square dance, probably at the Ozark Empire Fair. A tent is in the background.

A black and white photo of Headstart class as Ozark Empire Fair.

A blue and gold plaque awarded to the city of Springfield for event assistance in the Ozark Motorcycle Jubilee, Labor Day weekend, 2002.

Black and white photograph of a race car crossing the finish at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds race track. Crowd in background. See back of photo for additional info.

Off-white china plate with gold rim, 1956 calendar on front under which are the words Ozark Jubilee, all in gold. A souvenir of the Springfield country music show.

A poster of a "volunteer nature trail" leading through a green forest. Produced by Ozark Greenways. One white sycamore located center.

Black and white photo of host and singer Red Foley performing for an Ozark Jubilee audience at the Jewell Theatre, 216 S. Jefferson Ave. (at McDaniel St.)

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