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Black and white 5x7 photo of wooded area containing historic Rountree family cemetery. Many stones are overturned and scattered.

A photo of Rountree class.

Two photos of Rountree Elementary School.

A photo of Rountree students visiting courthouse.

Black and white photo of a frame house, the Lucius Rountree house, in a wooded lot. Three women seated in front of the house along with a man and youth.

Sepia toned photo of Keet and Rountree employee's picnic at Steury's Cave. Photo is cracked and torn in half. The picnic is in a very wooded area. Several cars are parked in the background. Everyone is holding a plate or napkin and an American flag is held by a young girl in the front row.

A photo of Rountree visits police headquarters.

A black and white photo of the exterior of Rountree School.

A black and white photo of KTTS TV classroom at Rountree School.

A photo of Rountree students in Smallets Cave in Christian County.

A photo of Rountree visit to city hall.

Black and white photo of the interior of the Keet and Rountree office, 317-321 South Avenue. Names are listed on the back of the photograph, left to right, are listed. The calendar on the wall gives the date as August 1903. There are at least two telephones, an open safe, electric lights, an electric ceiling fan, typwriters. One electric fan, there are several files and books in the picture.

A hardbound copy of "Tiny Town Primer" by Laura Rountree Smith, published by Albert Whitman & Co., children's book

Black and white photo of Pickwick School, which is west of Rountree School. Pickwick had 4 rooms, 8 grades and 4 teachers. Pickwick was annexed to the School System in 1916. Vacated Jan. 1917-pupils moved into Rountree School in January 1917. Rountree had 8 rooms, 8 teachers and 8 grades. Pickwick was a lab school for State Normal School(SMSU) and was a forerunner of Greenwood lab school.

Black and white photo of a 1910 Sampson Truck parked in front of Keet and Rountree Store or Rogers and Baldwin on South Ave. The truck is loaded with garden rakes. Sam Herrick is standing under the driver. Sam Herrick's son, Otto had Herrick's Cheverolet. In all there are four men in the photographThe truck was shared by Rogers and Baldwin Hardware Co., Keet and Rountree Dry Goods Co., Springfield Seed Co. and Samuel Herrick and Co., Telephone No 4 .

A black and white photo of Anna B. Jefferson--8th grade teacher and principal at Rountree School. Featured with her are 29 students who are not likely to be 8th graders.

Black and white photo of a class at Rountree School posed outside the school with their teacher. Looking east on Grand Ave.

A group of students and their teacher standing outside of Rountree School in 1937-38. The picture was taken by Stuart Photo. This is not the Rountree School in Springfield, but a Greene County school at the southeast corner of old highway FF and Farm Rd. 168.

Laminated newspaper photo of a barn that was a display building at the Southwest Missouri District Fair, organized in 1856.

Biography of James Hervey Slavens, M.D., Springfield's first resident minister and a physician, and autobiography of his son, Luther J. Slavens. Memories of the Ozarks area.New copy.

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