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A photo of Pipkin Junior High.

A black and white panoramic of Pipkin Junior High and the 9A class of Pipkin. Houses are pictured in the background.

A black and white photo of health fair at Pipkin.

A photo of Pipkin health room.

Black and white copied photo of the Hall-Pipkin Drug Co. at 330 Boonville Ave.

8" x 10" black and white photoprint of group of 11 boys and girls taken on the steps of Pipkin Junior High School. This is the cast of the class play, "All of a Sudden, Peggy," presented on May 11-12, 1932, Miss Marion F.F. Boots, director. (con't)6- Emma Ruth Tarkington

Sales receipts to Andy Otterson from Lewis F. Pipkin Books and Stationery and Davis Planing Mill Co., both in North Springfield.

Folder contains newspaper articles and various printed pieces about Carrie McBride.

Black and white photo of the Associated Charities woodpile during the Depression in Springfield. The photo appears to have been shot from the third floor northwest corner of the Federal building (later City Hall) looking northwest across Boonville and Central.

Black and white photo of the office of the Springfield Grocer Co., 500-502 Boonville Ave. Eight employees are shown in the photo.

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