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Black and white photo of Road building crew for Springfield to Republic

Collection of 43 telephone directories, 2 from Republic, MO, 41 from the greater Springfield area. See Accession file for complete listing.

Two photos of Marjorie Ryckman, born 1910 in Republic, Missouri. Handwritten on the flyleaf of one is "Marjorie, Album 5 1/2 y". She is smiling, wearing a dress with a large bow in her hair. She is holding a small pamplet/book on her lap.

Black and white panoramic of Republic High School and Grades, October 5, 1915. Lovell Fulbright, Veda Fulbright, and Ona Fulbright are marked with dots on a photocopy. The pano is mounted on an acidic board-keep board wrapped to protect other panos. Too large to scan.

A black and white photo of a married couple. The man has a Grand Army of the Republic lapel badge.

A postcard of S.S. Alcoa Clipper in port at Dominican Republic. Writing and stamp on back.

A photo of students participating in state conference. Man smoking pipe (right).

A full-length portrait of two women in long skirts. Jackets have leg-o-mutton sleeves. They are wearing large "picture" hats.

Black and white photo of the Britain family reunion and picnic near Republic, Missouri.

Black & white photo, mounted on cardboard, of Marshall Jackson and Iri Guyette taken in 1901 at the time of their wedding. They were the parents of the donor who was living in the family home at the time of the donation.

Rural Directory of Green County, MO listing all rural districts with name and route numbers of inhabitants. Also contains local advertising.

A photograph of Prairie View School. The donor attached a note to the picture which reads "My father, Marshall Jackson, attended Prairie View School. On the day that the schools picture was made he had to help his father on the farm and missed being part of this photograph. However he bought one of the pictures and made a hand-made frame for it. The teacher in the middle was Bud Brown, grandfather of Wade Brown.

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