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1998-51
A postcard postmarked in Nov. of 1922 with a photograph of a man walking down a dirt road that runs in front of a Hotel. The Hotel was at Rockaway Beach, Missouri. The black and white postcard was sent to Miss Catherine Platto in Peirce City, MO.

1981-65-11
Color postcard of the Pavilion, Rockaway Beach, Taneycomo, Missouri, on Lake Taneycomo.

1998-35
1. Ozark Beach 2. Taneycomo Club,Hollister, Mo.3 Cedar Point 4. A view of Hollister, Mo. 5. Taneycomo Park 6. Rockaway Beach 7. Sunset Inn 8.Camp Perfecto 9 View of Lake Taneycomo, Mo. From Tulsa 10 Long Beach 11. Lake Taneycomo bluffs 12. Forsyth on White River below dam of Lake Taneycomo, Mo. 13. Y.M.C.A. camp aat Hollister, Mo. 14. Kansas House 16.A view of Branson, Mo. 17. Cedar Park 18. Presbyterian Hill. Series of colored postcards joined together and in a packet.

 1997-26-1059
There are four sheets, typed with a copy of a cover letter from Stuart Symington,US Senate Committee on Armed Services to Colonel Harold J McCrea,McCrea Lake View Cottages, Rockaway Beach MO and three sheets of a copy of a letter from Staunton Brown, Corps of Army Engineers to Stuart Symington, US Senate about water level, Table Rock Dam. 81/2"x11 1/2".

2001-51.198
A black and white photo of Chuck Beach, engineer.

2001-375
A black and white photo of Grant Beach Park under construction. The right corner reads: "C.W.A. Grant Beach Park, Springfield, MO 12-26-33."

2000-43-35
Black and white photo of Frisco railroad steam engine no. 4524 on display at Grant Beach park. Tracks were laid on the street to bring the engine to the display site at Grant Beach park in 1978.

2000-71-3
Black and white photo of a man and boy standing in front of Frisco engine #4524 which had been moved to a display area at Grant Beach Park.

2000-71-2
Black and white photo of a crew of volunteers moving a Frisco engine and railcar to Grant Beach Park.

2000-71-4
Black and white photo of a woman & boy posed in front of Frisco engine #4524. The train had just been moved to a display area at Grant Beach Park.

2002-441
A postcard of a couple embraced on a beach. A spoon hovers above them. The front reads: " T'would certainly be unbounded bliss, If only you'd snuggle up like this. Spooner's Delight." Writing and stamp on back.

1999-464
Black and white photo of Frisco engine #4524 on display at Grant Beach Park.

2000-206-77
Black and white photo of Tiny Town, a miniature village at Grant Beach park.

2000-206-76
Black and white photo of the site of Tiny Town at Grant Beach park.

1977-5-20
A postcard of air view of a navy fleet in LA, Long Beach Harbor, CA.

 2000-189.3 - .4
Two newspapers, The Hearald, in Monterey County, CA from the 100th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Tiger Woods was the winner.

2000-43-37
Black and white photo of Frisco Railroad steam engine no. 4524 which is on display at Grant Beach park. Tracks were laid on the street to bring the engine to the display site at the park in 1978.

2000-43-36
Black and white photo of Frisco Railroad steam engine no. 4524 which is on display at Grant Beach park. Tracks were laid on the street to bring the engine to the display site at the park in 1978.

1999-404
Black and white photo of the Woolen Mill,built near a spring where Grant Beach Park is now located. The spring was sometimes called Miller Spring after the Daniel Miller family, the first white settlers there. Their child, the first to die in the white settlement, was buried near the spring.

1988-68-92
A black and white photo of two men on a beach. One is old (left) and the other is middle-age (right).


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