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2000-17-88
Black and white aerial negative of the Cox North Medical Center, looking northwest.

1997-180
Color postcard of Burge Protestant Hospital looking east across the parking lot and Robberson Ave.

2000-17-91
Black and white aerial negative of North Springfield showing Cox North Medical Center.

1997-134
Black and White and color postcard photos of The Greene County Courthouse on Central St. (then called Center St.), shortly after it opened, ca 1912.

1994-93
Black and white photo of the ruins following the June 9, 1913 fire in the ne corner of the Springfield Public Square. Looking south on Robberson.

1989-210-27
5-1/2" x 6-1/2" (including mount) sepia-tone photoprint of group of nine men and women photographed in a cave.

1989-210-23
5-1/2" x 6-1/2" (including mount) sepia tone photoprint of group of 9 men and women taken outside. Names recorded on back of mounting. Probably a country outing of a group of friends.

1989-43
Black and white photo of the Greene County Courthouse on Central St. and Boonville Ave. shortly after it opened.

1989-85-58
Black and white photo of construction of the Jewell Station Post Office and Federal Bldg., looking east. Lloyd's Cleaners is in the background along with the rear of the houses facing Robberson Ave.

1997-17-7
Black and white photo of the office of the Springfield Grocer Co., 500-502 Boonville Ave. Eight employees are shown in the photo.

 2000-19
a Letter or testimonial, on onionskin paper, to the deceased General Hosea G. Mullings. Married to Sarah Payne, he fought for the Union Army in Missouri, served on the State Legislature and served one term as Associate Judge for Greene County.

1993-192
A photograph of 100 year old Nancy Ann Sims Price wearing a close-fitting bonnet and old-fashioned clothing. She is seated in a ladder-backed chair with a spinning-wheel behind her. On back of picture is information: d. of Widow Sims who settled Robberson Prarie in 1830's (north-central Greene County, near Ebenezer). There are one or two other photos of the same setting in the archives. See box 1, folder 5, for another pose.

1989-44
Black and white photo, aerial view, of the Greene County Courthouse, Annex and Jail.

1999-352
Black and white photo of City Utilities building , 301 East Central Street, is under construction. Looking southeast toward Central Street, the Carnegie Public Library. The First Church of Christian Scientist building is on the south side. Also note the Standard Service Station at the southwest corner of Jefferson Avenue and Central Street.

1989-210-16
7-1/8" x 10-1/8" black and white photoprint of an older photograph of group of 28 children dressed for a Washington's Birthday party. Descriptive note and partial listing of names provided by donor.(con't)..14- Lula Nichols, 15- George Knox, 16- Lizzie Lohmeyer, 17- Pren Savage, 18- Tony Lohmeyer, 19- Helen Otterson, 20- ?, 21- Mrs. Ben Grist, 22- ?, 23- ?, 24- Gen Kearney, 25- Iza Hill, 26- Alice Kearney, 27- Nell McNearney, 28- Lida Robberson?


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