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1999-309
Black and white photograph of a stone quarry, which is possibly the Phenix Stone Quarry located at Phenix, Missouri. There is hoisting equipment being used to load the quarried stone on to a railroad flat car. There are four men working in the quarry. One man is using a lever to raise and lower the stone as it is being loaded. A horse is being used to turn a gear that winds a cable. In the background is a steam boiler. Also in the background are the remains of two wagons.

1997-136
Color and black and white postcard photos of the Greene County Courthouse shortly after it opened on Central (Center) St. Robberson Ave. and homes are visible in the background. The building was faced with stone from the Phenix quarry near Walnut Grove.

1991-16-26
Black and white postcard photo with some added color depicting Greene County Court House shortly after construction at the northwest corner of Boonville Ave. and Central St.

1989-85-79
Black and white photo of decorative stonework on the windows of the Jewell Post Office and Federal Bldg. The stone came from the Phenix Quarry near Walnut Grove, MO.

1989-85-78
Black and white photo of a detail of the Phenix marble stonework on the Jewell Post Office and Federal Bldg. This stairway faced the Boonville, or west side of the building.

1989-85-72
Black and white photo of the Jewell Station Post Office and Federal Building from the east side. Phenix marble is being put on the exterior.

1989-85-70
Black and white photo of construction of the Jewell Station Post Office and Federal Bldg., looking south toward City Hall. Phenix marble is being put on the exterior.

1989-85-74
Black and white photo of the construction of the Jewell Station Post Office and Federal Building nearing completion. View lookiing south from Central.

1989-85-73
Black and white photo of the construction of the Jewell Station Post office and Federal Building, looking north. Boonville Ave. on left and Greene County Court House in background. Phenix marble is being put on the exterior.

1989-85-71
Black and white photo of the construction of the Jewell Station Post Office and Federal Building, looking se at the corner of BoonvilleAve. and Central St. Phenix marble is being put on the exterior. Henke Construction Co., Builders, Chicago, IL

2001-222-1-6
Black and white postcard photo of the newly built First & Calvary Presbyterian Church at the sourthwest corner of Dollison Ave. and Cherry St. The church was made up of the newly merged First Presbyterian and Calvary Presbyterian churches.

2001-222-1-12
Black and white photo of First and Calvary Presbyterian Church, the front facing Dollison Ave. The church was built in 1930 by First Presbyterian Church at the southwest corner of Cherry St. and Dollison Ave. First Church merged with Calvary Church late in 1930.


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