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A black and white photo of Robberson at-risk students with Cathy Richardson and Susan Conover.

A photo of Miss Norcross and Miss Cloud's rooms, grade 6 at Robberson School.

A black and photo of at-risk student at Robberson playing with blocks.

A photo of Robberson class receiving a letter from President Eisenhower.

Black and white photo of what appears to be a church with three columns in front. Might be Robberson Ave. Baptist Church.

Black and white photo of the Benjamin U. Massey house , 1915 E. Walnut (on the corner of East Walnut and Kickapoo.) Built ca 1880, sold to Dr. E.T. Robberson in 1893, torn down ca 1920.

Black and white phot of the City Utilities building on Central St. and Robberson Ave.

Black and white photo of the construction of the Greene County Courthouse, probably overlooking Robberson Ave. on the left and Central St.

Black and white photo of a frame house, surrounded by a picket fence, possbily the Morton house on St. Lous St. at Robberson Alley.

Color and black and white postcard photos of the Greene County Courthouse shortly after it opened on Central (Center) St. Robberson Ave. and homes are visible in the background. The building was faced with stone from the Phenix quarry near Walnut Grove.

B & w photo of 1st Lt. James L. Robberson, Ist Lt., Co. A, 24th Mo Infantry, Civil War. He was probably from Greene Co.

Black and white photo of the Greene County Sheriff's residence facing Robberson Ave. with the Greene County Jail attached to the back. A man and woman are in the background and a child is in the foreground. These buildings were behind the Greene County Courthouse. The jail was broken into in 1906, 3 blacks were taken from there to the public square and lynched.

Black and white photo of the Greene County Sheriff's house and the Greene County jail on Robberson with the tents of the Missouri Militia on the south lawn. The militia was sent to Springfield by the Gov. Folk to restore order after the lynching of three black men on April 14, 1906.

Black and white Photograph of a crowd gathered at the Greene County jail on Easter Sunday morning, April, 1906 following the lynching 3 black men. A mob had broken into the jail to take the men to the Public Square to kill them. Two broken windows show on the side of the building. Greene County jail 925 Robberson Avenue.

A copy of 2004-621, Roberson or Robberson School, students and faculty. Back reads: "Roberson School when Bertha Bishop taught there." See original 2004-621 in the EX L panos, top shelf, to right of door.

Color postcard of the Greene County Courthouse on Central St. Visible are an automobile, and the Greene County Jail and Sheriff's home on Robberson Ave.

A black and white panoramic of Roberson School, or Robberson School, students and faculty. Back reads: "Roberson School when Bertha Bishop Taught There." Too large to scan. See copy in Panoramic Coll., 2004-622.

Black and white photo of the Greene County Courthouse, on Robberson Ave. and Central St., under construction. In the background on the right is the Greene County Sheriff's home and the jail.

Black and white aerial photo of Burge Hospital, under construction.

A photo of two children facing the American flag and reciting the pledge.

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