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A photo of Reed Junior High.

A black and white photo fo Reed School.

A color photo of Academic Support Center for At-Risk students at Reed.

A color photo of Academic Support Center for At-Risk students at Reed.

A color photo of Academic Support Center for At-Risk students at Reed.

Warrenty Deed #3292 by John F. Bryan to John P. Reed & Bettie L. Reed for interest in lots in the Bryan Place Addition (pertains to property on Water St. near Jefferson Ave.

A photo of Reed students with pointsettas for Nursing Home.

A black and white photo of Reed Skinner.

A photo of Reed art class.

A black and white photo of the study of immigration from Europe to America. Mrs. Lois Rader's class at Reed.

A black and white photo of Reed Junior High. Instructor: Dan T. Cox in foreground during open house.

A color photo of Academic Support Center for At-Risk students at Reed.

Rathbone Hardware Co. is on the left. W.A. Reed and Son is on is on the right. This portion of Commercial Street is still brick paved. Note diagonal parking. Street car in the background appears to be making a turn. 2 copies, 6.5 X 5 inches

A black and white negative of a wrecked truck Reed-Harlin Grocer Co.

Students and faculty of Reed Junior High School sistting in a "table formation with a banner of flags across the top. It was the student council kick-off dinner for the war chest campaign, World War II.

A black and white photo of Flora Jane Walden Reed (1st from right). Aunt Mollie second from left - a leading character in "Shepherd of the Hills". "Home From College".

Sepia tone panoramic of a school, faculty, and students. "Reed" is on the back. Too large to scan.

Black and white photograph Shows streetcar tracks at Lyon Street.Reed store at left.

High School senior portrait of a young woman wearing a party dress. She graduated from STC in 1929, taught in Windsor, MO for 3 years, Reed (Spfld) as music teacher for 4 years, to Bowerman in 1933 where she taught 5th or 6th grades for 35 years, retiring in 1968. There are two articles with photo.

Black and white photo of Lily Tulip Co.employees at Davidison's Cafeteria on St. Louis St. for their 1956 Christmas Party. Names are Harold Hatfield, David and Geneva O'Neil, Dick O'Niel, Essie Royster, Clara West, Lora Stiles, Bonza Cotner, Doris Hatfield, Nadine Reed, Jim Reed, Lydia and Barbara Breshiers and Martha and Jack Noland.

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