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This listing is for a softcover yearbook from 1923: The Senior Herald from Springfield High School, Springfield, Ohio. There are 116 pages, including pictures of faculty, seniors, athletic teams, clubs, class history, class prophecy, last will & testament and ads from local businesses.
The class of 1923 includes individual pictures of: Edgar Aleshire, Helen Anderson, Lillian Armstrong, Ellen Ayer, Martha Bacon, Ruth Barber, Curtiss Barkes, Gaylord Barnhart, John Barton, Ralph Bauer, Gladys Baumgardner, Susie Bayes, Florence Bechtol, Jack Beck, Dorothy Bell, Esther Blankemier, Helen Blankemier, Lela Boilon, Lillie Botkin, Virginia Bowlus, Irvin Bowman, Mary Braden, Robert Brigga, Lenore Bunn, Mabel Burgoon, Mary June Burton, Lorna Bush, Donald Businger, Mabel Byerman, Gladys Calhoun, Charles Campbell, Helen Carter, Ruth Caskey, Arthur Clark, Thelma Clark, Philip Clemens, John Cole, Margaret Connell, Miriam Constiner, Gladys Couser, Robert Covington, Julietta Cox, Michael Craportch, Laura Crowel, Lester Crowl, John Daum, Helen Davis, Margaret Deaton, Martha Dillahunt, Georgeanna Dillman, Ruth Drake, William Draper, Richard Dunkle, Naomi Elliott, Carl Emmick, Rhea Endter, Dayton Erby, Wilbur Faulkner, Mildred Fay, Marion Fishbaugh, Earl Fitzgerald, Harold Flarida, Albert Flindt, Katherine Fraser, Marion Frock, Charles Fuller, Willard Galt, Margaret Gantz, Alice Gard, Henry Gardner, Jennie Gardner, Glen Garrett, Doris Garringer, John Good, Wirth Giffin, Lucille Grauel, Ruth Goings, Theodore Gray, Louise Green, Edward Hahn, Henry Gress, Della Hamilton, Dorothea Haerr, Charles Hartman, Ralph Hax, J. Oran Helvern, Foster Hayward, Robert Henderson, William Heindel, Glen Hickman, Richard Heistand, Esther Hollenback, Edwin Hinkle, Mildred Hoover, Elizabeth Hodge, Robert Horner, Homer Horst, Lucile Huonker, Arthur Hoyle, Gladys Igou, Elizabeth Hoyle, Ernest Ihrig, Marie Ihrig, Theodore Jenkins, Joseph James, Winona Jenkins, Hazel January, Mabel Johnston, Fred Kalbfus, Ralph Kemp, Margaret Kearney, Frances Kearns, George Kellogg, Erma Kershner, Catherine Kiser, Louise Kleeman, Mary Kissinger, Gladys Koontz, Hazel Kistler, Edward Lambert, Mildred Landess, Elmer Leffel, Wilma Lannon, Catherine Lewis, Lydia Lee, Ozetta Lewis, John Limbocker, Frederick Lindeman, James Lockett, Thelma Loos, Crystabelle Loy, Dorothy MacLean, Loretta Martin, Gerald McDonald, Thelma McKeever, Bernice McKinnon, Gladys McMillen, Oscar Metcalf, Charlotte Miles, Eva Miller, Hugh Miller, Maxine Miller, Walter Milner, Dorothy Moon, Russell Morgan, Stewart Morningstar, Irene Nash, Ethel Neeld, Evelyn Neuman, Howard Nicely, Hulda Nysewander, Ruth Ochs, Alice Ogle, John Patterson, Ruth Patterson, Roger Parsons, Helen Peck, Adrian Pfeiffer, Thornton Poling, Ralph Powell, Robert Price, Harold Rathbun, Fannie Raup, Ruth Ray, Visa Remy, Russell Resler, Omeda Reynolds, Howard Richardson, June Ridenour, Orville Roberts, Frederick Rolfes, Louise Roth, Myrtle Rowe, George Schaefer, Lucille Schaefer, Amelia Schmidt, Hilda Schooley, Russell Schaffer, Babette Shanks, Charles Shirey, Paul Shirley, Baird Shultis, Vergie Shoup, Thomas Shuttleworth, Alice Shultis, Louise Sikes, Emily Skyles, Mildred Smith, Elizabeth Schneider, Beryl Snider, Eva Snyder, Kathryn Snyder, Ellis Soule, Margaret Speed, Isabelle Spratt, Clara Stuckey, Hazel Sultzbach, Warren Sutton, Chester Swartzbaugh, Wilfred Thoroman, Harold Thacker, Rachel Titus, Catherine Thompson, Wright Tossey, Lucille Turner, Coral Umbaugh, Bernice Valentine, Everett Vance, Clarice Wade, Florence Wagner, James Walthall, Earl Warner, Louise Warner, Orville Wear, Zelda Weaver, Ralph Wedding, Ida Weigel, Paul Weikert, Dorothy Whittington, Oscar Wiegel, Victoria Wild, Helen Williams, Hannah Wittbrock, Robert Wolfe, Frances Wood, Ruth Wood, Margaret Workman, Jean Worthington, Mary Catherine Yates, Robert Yates, William Yates, Audriel Yost, Cecile Young, Weldon Young, Margaret Yount, Leah Zimmerman, Edith Hause, William Luse, Paul Thompson, Mary Eliza Wilson.
The advertisers include: Baumgardner Studio; Purity Ice Cream & Dairy Co.; Springfield Coal & Ice Co.; The Buntell-Roth Co.; Vogue Shop; Farmers National Bank; The Buckeye Hatters; Springfield Business College; The Shawnee Palace of Sweets; Bancroft; The Springfield Baking Co.; The Springfield Metallic Casket Co.; The Springfield Light, Heat and Power Company; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y.; Fairbanks Sanitary Barber Shop; Bennett Printing Co.; Buchholtz Rexall Stores; Frank J. Coffman, Undertaker; The H. G. Root Co.; Karl F. Eipper/Optometrist and Optician; Nagle's Drug Store; The YWCA; The Clauer Bros. Store; The Favorite Bakery; Hofman-Green Jewelry Co.; W.D. Alexander & Co.; Crane Candy Store; Mattie Guthrie; Petot Shoe Company; YMCA; The Springfield Coffin and Casket Company; Reed Electric Co.; Mykrantz Pharmacy; Olympia Candy Kitchen; The Springfield Engraving Co.; Wade Optical Co.; The Springfield Hardware Co.; The Merchants & Mechanics Savings & Loan Association; Biddle and Redmon; C.F. Jackson; Schmidt's Drug Store; Springfield Hat Shop; Baker's Cafeteria; Long's; Springfield Savings Bank; The Springfield Dairy Products Co.; George F. Ridenour; P. Slack's Sons; The Artistic Shining Parlor; Grants; Morris Plan Bank; Churchman's; Kinney's; Geo. E. Meek and Co.; The Gray Electric Co.; The Faulkner Printing and Binding Co.; Fout-Seitz Candy Company; Gray Shop; The Perfection Laundry Co.; Schaefers Bread.
Most of the ads are the text and border style--a few are display ads. It measures appx. 7 1/2"w x 10 1/2"l. It is in quite a bit better condition inside than it would appear from the outside.
This listing is for a softcover yearbook from 1924: The Springfield (Ohio) High School Herald. There are 177 pages, including pictures of faculty, seniors, athletic teams, clubs, class history, class prophecy, last will & testament and ads from local businesses. There is a special Junior High School Section with information and small group photos of faculty and various clubs from Central, Schaefer, Snyder Park and Roosevelt Junior High Schools.
The class of 1924 includes individual pictures of: Archie Agle, James Allen, Helen Anderson, Charles Andrews, Elizabeth Babb, Helen Bacon, Theodore Baier, Ray Baker, Ruth Barr, Elizabeth Barrett, Catherine Bauer, Herbert Beach, Bertha Bechtol, Helen Beck, Raymond H. Beech, Clarence Belt, Jack Berry, Mary Biddle, Kingsley Boolman, Mildred Boswell, Rubye Ellen Bowers, Doris Bradford, Albert Brant, Edna Brennan, Harold Brisker, Helen Bruce, Gladys Butler, Hazel Butler, Pauline Champer, Hortense Chappell, Martha Chorpening, Gladys Claar, Lucile Clark, Edward L. Clasz, Cornelia Collins, Dorothy M. Conklin, Winona Conner, Reese Copenhaver, Albert Cotes, Dorothy Cox, Madeline Cox, Alfred Crist, Laura Crowell, Florence Cunningham, Naomi Dachsteiner, Earl Davidson, Esterka Davidson, Helen Deaton, Geneva Demarest, Albert Dickson, Florence Dillon, Dillon Kable (sic) Kable Dillon?, Arthur Doan, Dorothy Dodsworth, Jack Dolbeer, Maxine Downey, Robert Dunbar, Mildred Dye, Gertrude Eakins, Margaret Earnhart, Tamsin Edwards, Irma Louise Emmons, John Endly, Gertrude Endter, Margaret Evans, Allen Fay, Virgil B. Fetheroff, Myrtle Finney, Clarence Fisher, Dorothy Fistner, John Fleming, Stewart Foos, Karl Forsythe, Dorothy Franklin, Dorothy Freeman, Mildred Frock, Irene Fryant, Mary Virginia Frye, Charles Fulton, Hazel Garber, Frances Gibson, Jean Graham, Gladden Grauer, Alma Greentree, Wilbur Grundisch, Ruth Gudschin, Emma Haerr, Donald E. Haley, Mary Hall, Mary Louise Happer, Helen Hare, Lela Harlan, Richard Harner, Helen Harris, John Harris, Ruby Harris, Katherine Hartman, Robert Helwig, Betty Hemry, Grace Hickman, Naomi Hinkle, Harold Hoerner, Golden Holland, Dariel Hopkins, Margaret Howard, Clarence W. Hullinger, Harold Hutchinson, Louise Inskeep, Helen Issler, Rodger Jackson, Eugene Johns, Edwin Johnson, Elmer Johnson, Gladys Jones, Lucile Jones, Fred Karres, William Kaus, Edna Kearfott, Mary Kearns, Harry Keesecker, Frances Kelly, Charles Kemp, Horace F. King, Esther Kissell, Harriet Kistler, Helen Korn, Gertrude Knaub, Agnes Leach, Christine LeFevre, Ruth Leffel, Thelma Leib, Maxine Lentz, Louise Leonard, Richard Lesh, Dolores Letzler, Kenneth Lohnes, Carmella Y. Longo, Albert Russell Lutz, Gayle Magaw, Dorothy Markley, Ethel Marshall, James Marshall, Elmer Mattes, Betty Rae Matthews, Dorothy McAllister, George F. McCleary, Raymond McCollum, Elizabeth McConnehea, Mauva McCoy, Paul MacDaniel, Elsie McFadden, Mabel McGinnis, Norman McGregor, Theodore McMillen, Elizabeth Mercer, Howard Merritt, Robert Metz, Esther Miller, Mildred Miller, Wilma Miller, Don Milligan, Marie Moody, Lewis Moon, Marguerite Morningstar, Jane Mortimer, Elma Mumford, Flora Munyon, Robert Musselman, Franklin Myers, Anna Neal, Harry Nelson, Seward Nigh, Harry Norr, Amelia Nysewander, Bessie Paden, Ruth Parker, Manford Patterson, Annalil Pfeiffer, Ruth Philabaum, Ida Catherine Printz, Bessie Pumphrey, Pauline Raster, Alpheus O. Reeves, Carl Recknagel, Elizabeth Redmond, Margaret Reynolds, Stanley Rice, Thelma Rice, Louise Richison, Ellen Roush, William Rucker, Mary Ryan, Marjorie Schaefer, Ernest Schillihahn, William Schultz, Sarah Scott, Roger Shaffer, Joseph F. Sheeler, Alpha Sheely, Dorothy Shiffer, Dorothy Shirley, Florence Shroyer, Edward Schulz, Warren Siegel, Doris Smith, Lawrence Smith, Maud Smith, Esther Snyder, Gertrude Snyder, Philip Stephenson, Donald Stewart, Wilma Stewart, John Story, Florence Strauss, George Swartz, Philip Swigert, Raiford Swisher, Lucille Taylor, Marthena M. Taylor, Philip Tiffany, Hazel Trickler, Edith Tucker, James Turnbull, Willametta Turnepseed, Clela Turner, Audrey Underwood, Naomi Unglaub, William Valentine, Alfred Valley, Martha Wadsworth, Berly Waldrick, Henrietta Wagner, Lily May Wallace, Virginia Warren, Marian Webber, Ralph Weigand, Juanita E. West, Margaret Wharton, Harold Whitacre, Frances White, Hazel White, Grace Whittington, Mildred Wild, Mary Wilder, Rachel Wilke, Mary Wilt, Mary Lois Woodrow, Zillah Wright, Oscar Young, Richard Allen, Harry Bourquin.
The advertisers include: Baumgardner Studio; Tribune Publishing Co.; The Robbins & Myers Co.; Wireless Supply Co.; W.D. Alexander & Co.; Dr. R. L. Brown; Wade Optical Co.; The Hofman-Green Co.; Geo. E. Meek & Co.; The Crain Plumbing and Electric Co.; Springfield Brass Co.; New Home; The Springfield Engraving Co.; James Pappas & Company/"Shawnee Palace of Sweets"; Grant's Market; C.L. Armstrong Co.; The Leffel Baking Co.; Springfield YMCA; John Mackee/The Man's Shop; Canton Cafe; High School Confectionery; The College Book Store; Schmidt's Drug Store; Vogue Shop; Hawkins Bros. Lunch; Hugel & Heiserman Hardware; The Kelly-Springfield Printing Co.; Automotive Battery Co.; P. Slack's Sons; Dr. Chauncey Lawrance; Meyer's Clothes Shop; American Restaurant; Metropolitan Barber Shop; The Buckeye Hatters; V.L. Circle, Dealer/The Star Car; YMCA Barber Shop; McCulloch's Leather Shop; Springfield Savings Bank; Fout-Seitz Candy Company; Milner Tire Co.; The Reed Manufacturing Co./Makers of Mission Furniture and Weaving Machinery; Hotel Bancroft Barber Shop; Delinanos Furrier; The Ohio Edison Co.; McKean Music and Art Store; J.B. Littleton & Son; Mattie Guthrie; Sheets Cleaner and Dyer; Earl W. Carter Garage; The Buick Motor Sales and Service Company; Walker's Bootery; Mad River National Bank; Sugar Bowl Candy Shop and Restaurant/K. Vlahos, Prop.; Boston Shoe Repairing, Shining and Hat Cleaning Co.; T.B. Taylor; The C.M. Bennett Printing Co.; The Springfield Rug Co.; Millard's Clothes Shop; The Lagonda National Bank; The Geo. Haucke Co.; YWCA; The Reed Electric Co.; Howard Weber Photographic Service; The Buntell-Roth Co.; The Perfection Laundry; Marguerite Shoppe; Massman's Pantitorium; The Steele & Meredith Co.; Wallace-Snider Realty Company; W.F. Tuttle Hardware Co.; The McSavaney Co.; Transfer Restaurant; Scherzinger/The Union Merchant Tailor; The Clauer Bros. Store; The Farmers National Bank; George F. Ridenour; Auto Supply Co.; Springfield Coal and Ice Co.; The Fashion; The Troupe Drug Store; Bothwell & Strome Company; Kriegbaum's Bakery; Shumaker Drugs; Sterling Jewelry Co.; Hathaway's Radio Lunch; The Dorothy Hartnett School of Classical Dance and Dramatic Art; The Springfield Hardware Co.; W.T. Smith/The Fish Man; The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga.; The Springfield Coffin and Casket Company; Frank J. Coffman, Undertaker; Morris Plan Bank; The Clark Co. Motor Co./Packard and Hupmobile; Biddle & Redmon Photography; Morrow's Drug Store; Dr. W.A. Geib, Dentist; The M.D. Larkin Co.; Churchman's/Maud Miller Home Made Candies; The Beckett Auto Co./Hudson and Essex;Nagle's Drug Store; Dawn Donuts; The Schmacker Market Company/Groceries, Meats, Baked Goods; Baker's Cafeteria; Butler's; Fairbanks Sanitary Barber Shop; A.Hube & Son Jewelers; Cranes' Candy Shop; Parker-Porter Song Shop; Drs. Dickey and McLeod, Dentists; Nisley Shoes; Purity Ice Cream & Dairy Co.; The American Trust & Savings Bank; Chris Hax; The Burke Motor Co./Studebaker; The Starr Piano Co.; Groves Garage; Boot Shop/Arch-Preserver Shoes.
Most of the ads are the text and border style--a few are display ads. It measures appx. 7 1/2"w x 10 1/2"l. It is in quite a bit better condition inside than it would appear from the outside.
The Springfield (Ohio) High School 1930 Herald Annual. This hardcover yearbook also is the George Rogers Clark Anniversary Edition and contains lots of special artwork, photos and historical information about George Rogers Clark (described below). The yearbook features several photos and information pertaining to former Ohio Governor James A. Rhodes, who graduated in 1930 (described below). There are 176 pages, including pictures of faculty, individual pictures of seniors and smaller individual ones of underclassmen, athletic teams, clubs, Year's Events Done In Cartoon by Owen Dibert and ads from local businesses.
The class of 1930 includes individual pictures of: William Aldrich, Miran Allen, Mary Alspaugh, Dorothy Arnold, Frances Asher, Lester F. Athy, Kyle Athy, Elizabeth Bacon, Madaline Bair, Susannah Baker, Lena Bauer, Mona Ruth Beatty, Alene Beiser, Louise Bell, Louise Bell (sic), Martha Bird, John J. Black, Addison Blankenship, Luverne Blose, Woodrow Blose, Tom Booker, Carroll Bovey, Helen Bowman, Harry Brannon, Elizabeth Brenner, Doris Brewer, Frank Brinsley, Jeane Browne, Norma Brown, Earl Buckingham, Lillian Burks, Martha Burnett, Nina Byrd, Jack Cadle, Elizabeth Cadow, Elwood Caliman, Ardale Campbell, Floyd Campbell, Jane Casad, Michael Chakeres, Ada Clark, Harold Clark, Quillos Clark, Winifred Clemens, Pauline Click, Louise Combs, Victor Conley, Gladys Cook, John B. Cooley, Marguerite Cox, Melvin Cox, Robert E. Craver, Dorothy Crosbie, Jean Currie, Mary Jane Darnell, Charles Dawson, Mary Jane Day, Owen Dibert, Norma Diehl, Keith Dolbeer, Dorothy Domer, Jean Dyer, Robert Eakins, Charles Eby, Harry Eby, Ellen Eddy, Mildred Ehrle, Bertha Ellinger, Edna Emory, Roberta Endly, Esculine Eubanks, Hayden Evans, Roger Fahnestock, Ruth Farley, Charles Faust, Albert Fetz, Marvelle Flood, Anne L. Forester, Doris Gallagher, John Gard, Emma Garlough, Rodger Geller, Harold Geron, Russell Ginaven, Esther Glasper, Marjorie Glauner, Martha Glenn, David Gotwald, John Gotwald, Marguerite Grafton, Paul Gram, Clarence Grant, Dorothy Gray, Juanita Grimes, William Grunell, Mary E. Haemmerle, Martha Halbert, Louis Hall, Robert Hall, Edmund Halley, Ervin Halley, Robert Hamilton, Clara Hardy, William Harley, Fred Harris, Malcolm Harris, William Harris, Elmer Hartman, La Vina Hartsock, Barton Hathaway, Mildred Heeg, John Heim, Walter C. Herold, Dorothy Hicks, Lillian Hill, Mary Jane Hills, Velma Hoak, Max Hoffman, Helen Hogue, Stanley Hostetler, Thelma Huebner, Lucy Huffman, Kenneth Hunter, Betty Hughes, Nelson Igou, Paul Jackson, Vera Jacobs, Irene Jaffa, Ole Johnson, Gladys Jones, Donald Kadel, Martha Karres, Anna Kelley, Pauline Kidwell, Helen Kirkpatrick, Robert Kissell, Pauline Knox, Margaret Koch, Eleanor Kohl, Robert Koontz, Sidney Kredel, Belle Kreger, Dorothy Kruft, Robert Kumler, Max Lapinsky, George Lauer, Lawrence Laybourne, Barbara Leader, Bertha Leath, Audrey Lehman, Floyd Lemmon, Margaret Lensman, Jane Lewis, Pearle Lippincott, Dessa Little, Frank Lloyd, Dorothy Lyle, Mildred McAfee, Wendel Macbeth, Jack McCauley, William McClain, Sue McCreary, Jeanne McCulloh, Ethel McDaniel, Kenneth McElroy, Ann McIntire, Elenor McKee, Virgil McKeever, Robert McKinney, James T. McLaughlin, Jeanne Maddex, Cora Mahan, Helen Marion, William Markley, Chester Martin, Kenneth Mast, Herman Meranda, Martha Meyer, Marian Menard, Erma Moorehead, Lansing B. Moore, Geneva Morgan, George W. Moorman, Richard Morningstar, Harrison Moss, Ebbie Murphy, Marjorie Myers, Roger Meyers, Natella Nash, Dorothy Oberley, Bernice O'Briant, Mae Corinne Ogg, Janice Ogle, Lowman Ohmart, Jack Osborn, Major Ott, Alma Otte, Martha Ottenfeld, Myrton Packer, Juanita Parrett, Gretchen Patrick, Paul Pavey, Kathryn Pearman, Jeanne Pedrick, Viva Pettit, Helen Poland, Margaret Porter, Katherine Preston, Elizabeth Prosser, Lora Pullins, Lester Purtee, Rose Raster, Arleen Ray, Eva Ray, Howard Ream, Ferne Reedy, Lucille Reich, Edith Reichman, James A. Rhodes, LaMarr Rice, Roberta Rudd, Dorothea Rush, Thelma Sanders, Winifred Sargent, Martha Schenk, Marie Schillhahn, Franklin Schirmer, Gordon Schmidt, Ursula Seaman, Evan Sharpe, Robert Shaw, Ruth Shaw, Theodore Sheline, Nellie Shelton, Doris Shewalter, Hannah Short, Fern Showalter, Helen Shuman, Washburn Shuttleworth, Phyllis L. Simonton, Josephine Simpson, Robert Skyles, Edna Sloan, William Slough, Earl Smith, Marguerite Smith, Milton Smith, Elinor Spahr, Howard Speer, Esther Spencer, Carl Sperling, Vera Stein, Jacob Steiner, Foster Sterner, Mary Stinson, Gerald Stroup, Helen Stott, Rose Stowe, Rosemary Sundberg, Charles Swanton, Ruby Swanton, Merrill Swearingen, Juliet Tavenner, Roger Teach, Donald Temple, Eva Tewksbury, Lilian Thomas, Claude Thompson, Evelyn Tiffany, Iona Tippett, Martha Titlow, Elizabeth Toews, Samuel Tompkins, Ruth Ulen, Anne Wagner, Burnett Wagner, Rhody Waldron, Kathryne Walker, Harry Wallar, Charles Watts, Marjorie Wedding, Dorothy Weikert, Helen Weinbach, Mary J. Weinland, William Weller, Virginia Wells, Eugene Welsh, Kyle Westfall, Thelma A. Whiteley, Wade Wichael, Frances Williams, Nellie Williams, Bernadine Willoughby, Dorothy Willoughby, Erma Wilson, Frances Wilson, Harris Wilson, Elinor Woodruff, Juanita Woods, Rodger Worthen, Mildred Wright, Pauline Wylie, Edward A. Young, Ruth Yowler, Dale Zirkel, Fred Zimmeck, George Zimmerman, Allen Kurtz, Gerald Sourwine.
The advertisers include: The Edward Wren Store; The "Reco" Store; Crafters; Springfield Fish & Oyster Co.; The Morris Plan Bank; College Dry Cleaners; Springfield Engraving Co.; Karl F. Eipper, Optometrist; Sterling Jewelry Co.; Phillips Ladies Store; Phil Schmidt; Buckeye Hatters; Hartwell's College of Commerce; The Ralph Printing Co.; Jaffa's; The Commercial and Savings Bank; John R. Casad; Cedarville College, Cedarville, Ohio; State Confectionery; Baumgardner Studio; Theodore F. Schaefer; Long's; The Beckett Auto Co./Essex Challenger; Schartz Cafe; Fisk Tires/Harry Sowers; The Springfield Baking Co.; The "Go-Blu" Delicatessen; McCullochs' Leather Shop; Springfield Welding & Supply Co.; Vogue Shop; Hadley's; Tribune Publishing Company; The Springfield Purity Dairy Co.; Ross Willoughby Co.; Dawn Donuts and Dougherty's Cakes; The High School Confectionery; The Grotto; C.C. Warwick Printing Co.; Springfield Business College; The Lagonda Citizens National Bank; The Citizens Dairy Company; Schmidt's Drug Store; Hugel & Heiserman Hardware; Studio of the Dance/Mary Louise Bunnell; The Springfield Coal & Ice Co.; The Little-Greiner Flying Service; Bethard's Floral Shop; Camp Knolls YWCA Camp; Hayes Boys' Shop; Schaefer's Bakery; Geo. E. Meeks & Co.; Mattie Guthrie; John Krieg Plumbing and Heating; McKeon Studio; "Y" Camp; The Becktold Company, St. Louis; Eastman and Budke Architects and Engineers; Haerr & Rosenberry; The Hub; Michael Tire Co.; Fred E. Peters Mfg. Co.; The Hofman-Green Jewelry Company; P. Slack's Sons; Rapid Photo Service, Inc.; Grant's; Wade Optical Co.; Clutters Drug Store; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York; Smith's Market; The Springfield Rug and Furniture Co.; Springfield Community Kitchen; The Brain Lumber Co.; The Springfield Savings Society; Harry A. Nelson/Grocers Mutual Insurance Co. and W.H. Cook Agency; Bloomer School of Dancing; Fox Funeral Home; Porter Music Shop; Bush Rent-A-Car Co.; E.C. Denton & Co.; Leedle's Flowers.
The George Rogers Clark highlights: an embossed likeness of George Rogers Clark on the front cover; photo of the George Rogers Clark monument near Springfield; the Dedication with a line drawing by Vera Wenrick; line drawing of General George Rogers Clark by Anne Forester; Foreward with a line drawing by Paul Jackson; line drawing of a fort by Paul Jackson; line drawing of site near old Indian Piqua by Paul Jackson with descriptive text; line drawing by R. Kumler with descriptive text "Clark Conquers Kaskaskia"; line drawing by E. Reichman with descriptive text "Clark's Romance" regarding Senorita Gerese de Leyba; line drawing by Paul Jackson with text "Through The Swamps to Vincennes"; line drawing by Marjorie Wedding with text of Clark's men taking refuge from Indian attack; line drawing by R. Kumler with text "Signing of the Peace Treaty"; line drawing (artist's name obscured) with text of the "Surrender of Vincennes"; line drawing by Dibert with text "Battle of Piqua"; line drawing by Paul Jackson with text depicting the presentation to Clark of "The Sword of Honor"; line drawing by M. French with text showing a courier carrying news of Clark's conquests back East; photograph of the back of the George Rogers Clark Monument sculpted by Charles Keck. Most of the line drawings are appx. 5 1/2"w x 7"l and appear to be the work of art students at the school.
James A. Rhodes: Very small individual photo of him as student Cabinet member; individual photo as senior; group photo as member of the Annual Gold and Blue Minstrel; very small individual division photo (same picture as first one, with typo of "Fames" instead of "James"); group photo of the Varsity Basketball team with his left leg in a major bandage; a notation in the basketball section stating the Springfield/Toledo Scott game on January 25 was his last home game; page 133 showcases him as one of twenty special recognition seniors--with a paragraph describing the high school activities of James or "Dusty" as he was generally called; there is a small snapshot reproduced on one of the pages of a very small child entitled "Dusty" that may be of him.
Most of the ads are the text and border style--a few are display ads. It measures not quite 8" x 11". T