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1. Ada Elliott Stephenson and Essarene Wallace Nutall Ada Elliott Stephenson and Essarene Wallace Nutall African Americans; From Dr. Lederer's text: Ada Elliott Stephenson, Zenobia Yancey's grandmother, with Essarene Wallace Nutall.

2. Adah Fulbright Adah Fulbright African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; African American teachers--Missouri--Springfield; Schools--Missouri--Springfield; African American schools--Missouri--Springfield; From Dr. Lederer's text: Miss Adah Fulbright, descendant of a pioneer Springfield, Missouri, family, who taught elementary grades and music classes at both Lincoln schools. Miss Fulbright's family arrived...

3. African American draft contingent African American draft contingent African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; African American soldiers--Missouri--Springfield; World War, 1914-1918--Participation, African American; United States. Army--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.; Springfield (Mo.); From Dr. Lederer's text: Draft contingent. The picture is taken from a paperbound souvenir book published in Springfield, Missouri. It contains no other pictures or references to black soldiers.

4. African American families African American families African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; From Dr. Lederer's text: Left to right, top row: Pinky and Dave Litchford, Effie; Front row, left to right: Henry Fowler and baby; William Jones; Edna Jones to right; Hilma on ground, Charles. [Fleming...

5. African American music group African American music group African Americans; Musicians; Garland Reed, Willard Wallace, Robert Coker, Marjorie Pierce, Floyd Long, Louriece Penn, and Mary Higgs. (No information found in Dr. Lederer's files.)

6. African American soldiers African American soldiers African Americans; African American soldiers; World War, 1914-1918--Participation, African American; From Dr. Lederer's text: McAdams to right.

7. African American soldiers, Greene County Honor Roll African American soldiers, Greene County Honor Roll African American soldiers--Missouri--Springfield; African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; World War, 1914-1918--Participation, African American; Springfield (Mo.); From Dr. Lederer's text: These photographs are segregated in the back of 'Greene County Honor Roll,' a subscription book depicting Springfield, Missouri's participation in the war at home and overseas....

8. Alberta Crittenden Long's restaurant Alberta Crittenden Long's restaurant African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; Restaurants--Missouri--Springfield; Restaurateurs--Missouri--Springfield; Springfield (Mo.); African American business enterprises--Missouri--Springfield; From Dr. Lederer's text: Alberta Crittenden Long's restaurant on Benton Avenue, near the viaduct in Springfield, Missouri.

9. Alberta Long and Snack Shack Alberta Long and Snack Shack African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; Restaurants--Missouri--Springfield; Restaurateurs--Missouri--Springfield; Springfield (Mo.); African American business enterprises--Missouri--Springfield; From Dr. Lederer's text: Albert's Snack Shack on Benton in Springfield, Missouri, where the viaduct ends. Alberta Long, granddaughter of George Crittenden, also owned a hotel, approximately where Calvert's...

10. Albon Foster Albon Foster African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; African American soldiers--Missouri--Springfield; World War, 1914-1918--Participation, African American; African American school principals--Missouri--Springfield; Springfield (Mo.); From Dr. Lederer's text: Lieutenant Albon Foster, principal of Lincoln School in Springfield, Missouri, under whose leadership Lincoln became an accredited high school, officer in World War I., for many...

11. Alfred Owens Alfred Owens African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; Waiters--Missouri--Springfield; Dairy farmers--Missouri--Springfield; From Dr. Lederer's text: Lawrence Owens' father, Alfred Owens, in waiter's uniform as a young man. He owned a dairy farm northwest of Springfield, Missouri. In the 1940s he still drove his surrey with...

12. Alice Belle Starr Alice Belle Starr African Americans--Arkansas--Hope; From Dr. Lederer's text: Anderson Wilburn's wife, Alice Belle Starr, born 1872, Hope, Arkansas. Her mother, Julia Goodall, was killed in the Marshfield, Missouri, cyclone. Her father was Jack Starr.

13. Alice Belle Starr and family Alice Belle Starr and family African Americans; From Dr. Lederer's text: Top: Norris and Amanda. Second row: Gertude and Hubert. Alice Belle Starr, Victor and Isabel. Bottom row: Eugene and Eleanor.

14. Allen Owens Allen Owens African Americans; Dairy farmers; From Dr. Lederer's text: Lawrence Owens' father, Allen Owens, owner of a dairy farm.

15. Anderson Wilburn Anderson Wilburn African Americans--Texas; Slaves--Texas; From Dr. Lederer's text: Anderson Wilburn, born in slavery in Texas, April 14, 1856.

16. Andy Wilson Andy Wilson African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; Possibly Andy Wilson in Springfield, Missouri. (No information found in Dr. Lederer's files.)

17. Annie Malone Annie Malone African Americans--Missouri--Saint Louis; Saint Louis (Mo.); Cosmetics industry--Missouri--Saint Louis; From Dr. Lederer's text: Mrs. Annie Malone made a fortune manufacturing cosmetics and endowed the Annie Malone Children's Home in St. Louis, Missouri.

18. Arthur Duncan and family Arthur Duncan and family African Americans; From Dr. Lederer's text: Arthur 'Doe' Duncan, cousin of Horace; Arthur's wife, Rosie Deeds, and their children, including Howard Duncan, Sr.

19. Baptism in Little Sac River Baptism in Little Sac River African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; Springfield (Mo.); Baptism--Missouri--Springfield; From Dr. Lederer's text: William Bland's mother, an evangelist, held baptisms in the Little Sac River near Springfield, Missouri.

20. Baptist church officials Baptist church officials African Americans--Missouri--Springfield; Baptists--Missouri--Springfield; Religion--Missouri--Springfield From Dr. Lederer's text: Baptist officials. [Presumably of Springfield, Missouri.]
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