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2004-19.11
Photo copy of a certified copy of the original birth certificate of Edward Burney Staley, born February 28, 1912 in Marionville, Lawrence County, Missouri. His father was Burch Staley, who was 31 at the time of Edward's birth. His mother's maiden name was Birdie Burney and she was 24 at the time of Edward's birth. They lived in Willard. The official copy was issued January 17, 1972.

2000-171-6
Black and white photoprint of seven young people at Old Lincoln School playing orchestra instruments and one woman standing in background next to an upright piano. Students playing instruments are identified as (l-r): Garland Reed, Willard Wallace, Robert Coker, Marjorie Pierce, Floyd Long, Louriece Penn, and Mary Higgs. Woman in background is unidentified. Print made from the 1922 Lincoln yearbook.

2001-45-3
Black and white photo of the Freshman Class at Lincoln School in 1922. Top Row (l-r): Ida Faulkner, Louia Thompkins, Thelma Garland, Grace Smith, Martha Penn, Leona Smith, Daisy Wilburn, Edith Thompkins, Arzitta Bedell, Edna Looney, Marjorie Pierce, Dorothy Williams, Ethel Huddleston, Bertha Thompkins, Lorene Wilks, Blanche Massey. Bottom Row (l-r): Wilbur Smith, Robert Coker, Edgar Smith, William Penn, Willard Wallace, David Denton, Faygon Teverbaugh, Floyd Long, Obe Kimbrough. Photo was taken at old Lincoln School.


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