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Road grading equipment, probably photographed on Sunshine Road, now Sunshine Street.

Road construction equipment and crew, probably grading Sunshine Road, now Sunshine Street. Two men in foreground.

Road grading equipment and crew, probably on Sunshine Road, now Sunshine Street. Four men posed on equipment.

Road construction and equipment used to grade Sunshine Road, now Sunshine Street.

2 copies of road grading on Sunshine Road.

Road construction equipment, probably grading Sunshine Road, now Sunshine Street.

Black and white photograph of the Sunshine mine, looking east across Pierson creek. The Sunshine Mine Shafts were operated around the turn of the century, mining lead and zinc, in an area mined earlier by native Americans.

A black and white photo of tutor from Adopt-A-School partner working with student at Sunshine Elementary.

Road grading equipment during construction of Sunshine Road.

Black and white photograph of the Sunshine mine looking across what is now Burlington- Northern Railroad tracks.

Black and white aerial negative of a large area which includes the intersection of Sunshine St. and Campbell Ave.

Black and white aerial photo looking west on sunshine St., intersecting with Campbell Ave. Visible are the Shady Inn, KYTV station and tower and the Federal Medical Center.

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

Film of events and production in connection with the Royal McBee plant, 2401 E. Sunshine, in the 1960's.

A photo of Dudley Murphy with students from Sunshine at Springfield Art Museum.

Black and white photo of the KYTV ,Channel 3 television station on W. Sunshine.

Vulcan Roytype typewriter ribbon, made by Royal Typewriter Co., Inc., 2401 E. Sunshine. Contained in a red metal round canister with lid.

Black and white photograph Looking west on Sunshine Street from 1800 S. Glenstone (Ramey's Supermarket) on corner.

Black and white aerial photo of the northwest section of the Plaza Shopping Center looking northeast. Visible are Glenstone Ave., Sunshine St., The Tower Theatre, Ramey's Supermarket, The Springfield Drive-In Theatre, Kraft Foods, The Cat In The Fiddle Restaurant, Fisher's High-Boy Drive In Restaurant and the intersection of Glenstone and Sunshine.

A black and white class photo at Sunshine Elementary. Buddy Glidewell is in the front row, 4th from left.

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