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Black and white photo, mounted on cardboard, of the walnut grove school, a frame building with a two story front porch and a pointed steeple.

Sepia tone postcard of a residential street in Ash Grove, MO in 1908. Addressed to Hattie Jones in Walnut Grove, MO.

A black and white photo of a proposed undergrade crossing at the Walnut Grove park at Turner St.

Sepia tone postcard of a dog named Leon II. Written on back is "Dr. Gilmore's dog." Sent To R.T. Jones, Walnut Grove, MO.

Scene from a street fair in Ash Grove, Missouri. Men lead cattle in street. People line the street. Back of card contains handwritten note, which is addressed to Miss Maggie Beal, Walnut Grove, Missouri. 3" X 5".Black and white postcard.

A black and white photo of a drawing of the undeground crossing at Walnut Grove park.

Black and white photo of a drawing of a proposed undergrade crossing to be built by the Springfield Traction Co. at Walnut Grove Park.

Sepia tone postcard of the Old Spring and springhouse at Doe Run, MO.Postmarked 1907, addressed to Hattie Jones in Walnut Grove, MO.

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

Black and white postcard entitled Part of our Tennis Club, with names listed on front. Shows a group of men and women . Addressed to Hattie Jones in Walnut Grove.

Color postcard view of a road near Ash Grove, MO lined with trees. At the top is printed Greetings from Ash Grove, MO.

A black and white photo of a teacher and her class outside of a schoolhouse.

Black and white postcard photo of the home that became the Springfield Club at the southwest corner of Jefferson Ave. and Walnut St. Later became the Springfield Chamber of Commerce. The card is addressed to Alice Archer in Mountain Grove, MO.

Color photocopy of the Persimmon Grove School, near Walnut Grove. Children are identified as Earl Walley, Olive Warren, Harry Warren, Willy Daniel, Blanche Grantham, Leland Houk, Ralph Grantham, Oland Killingsworth, Mabel Pollack, Bernard, Rose Pollack, Golden Lilley, Ruby Hurst, Harrison, Mavis, Isabel Wouk, Delia Sweet.

Black and white photo of students on the steps of the Ash Grove School, room No. 4. Taken by Henry Kuhn & Son, Headley Block, Boonville St. in Springfield.

Postcard of South Street looking north from Walnut Street. Postcard is addressed to Miss Alice Archer in Mountain Grove, MO

Black and white photo of a barn in Oak Grove, Ar, with a sign on it advertsing the Oak Grove Garage and Badger Tires.

News-Leader article on consecration of renovated Old Negro Cemetary in Ash Grove, MO.

A '94 Marlin rifle from the career of L.R. Small, Deputy Sheriff of Wright County, Mountain Grove, MO. The rifle is a 1894 Lever Action with a 32-20 Caliber and varnished walnut stock. The serial number is : 357939. Made in New Haven, CT, the patent is dated Aug. 1, 1893. The sight is labeled: Marbles, Gladstone, Michigan.

Postcard addressed to Miss Hattie Jones of Walnut Grove. The front is of 11 men all identified by hand writing. "The Stars" is written above the group/team.

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