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A photo of York school.

Two photos of York School.

A photo of York parent-teacher night.

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

A photo of York elementary students at nursing home with an Easter egg tree.

Yellow paper blotter advertising the Ferguson Bookbindery, 231 E. Olive St. Cartoon on left side. Belonged to York Johnson.

Partial envelop and slip of paper containing handwriting. Slip of paper is imprinted with words, "General Time Corporation 109 Lafayette Street-New York 13, N.Y." Envelope is imprinted with return address: "Advertising Department American Bankers Association ___East 36th Street New York 16, N.Y." and the address typewritten on the envelope reads: "Mr. F.C. Bentley 1310 Washington Avenue Springfield, Missouri." Envelope is postmarked "New York N.Y. Feb-9 '55 U.S. Postage 03"

A postcard of Manhattan skyline as seen from Governor's Island, New York City. Stamp and writing on back.

A black and white drawing of Grant's tomb in New York City.

Black, white and yellow paper blotter advertising the Magic Margin Typewriter made by Royal at Carroll Typewriter Co., 325 South Ave. Belonged to York Johnson.

A sepia toned cabinet photograph of Willie Burn as a child. He is sitting in a chair and wearing a white dress. The photograph was taken by New York Portrait Co.

Small book entitled, "The Book of Presidents" with an advertisement for The York National Bank on back.

Oral history audio tape conversations made by Jack Powell with Springfield citizens Fred A. Moon, Charles Moon, York Johnson, Loren Davidson, Mrs. Dallas Anthony and Ethel Dossett.Copies made from originals owned by Arlene Powell.

31 volume set of medical encyclopedias published by John F, Trow & Sons in New york in 1874.

A photograph of balding man wearing horn-rimmed glasses. He has light eyes. It says associated news with a New York address across the front. Possibly Al Smith.

It is a light pink hat with tulle on the brim. The tulle has white and opaque beads on it. The interior tag says " An original Mr. Stanley New York". It was owned by Mary Ruth McShane of Monett, Mo.

This picture shows the golden jubilee convention of the camp fire girls in New York City in 1960. This item is too large to be scanned.

A postcard of the New York City Hall and County Building, Chicago, IL. Writing and stamp on back.

The Illustrated Record newspaper from New York, April 21, l906, containing an article about the Easter lynching on the Springfield Public Square.

Framed poster of the Blue Angels, U.S. Navy precision air team, signed by the team members and marked for the donor.

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