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Ernest Logan Sampson, Jr.
Ernest Logan Sampson, Jr.
Proviso East High School Bataan Commemorative Research Project 
 
102
Ervin Casteel
Ervin Casteel
 
 
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ESpatent1
ESpatent1
 
 
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ESpatent2
ESpatent2
 
 
105
ESpatent3
ESpatent3
 
 
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ESpatent4
ESpatent4
 
 
107
Ezra Ward
Ezra Ward
 
 
108
Ezra Ward
Ezra Ward
Military 
 
109
Fabian White
Fabian White
 
 
110
Felix Boschert
Felix Boschert
 
 
111
Felix T. Boschert
Felix T. Boschert
(obit picture) 
 
112
Fischer Family
Fischer Family
probably taken at Laverne's first mass, June 1946 
 
113
Flatboat
Flatboat
 
 
114
Frances Bell Blair
Frances Bell Blair
 
 
115
Frank Tomasek
Frank Tomasek
 
 
116
Fred Fischer
Fred Fischer
 
 
117
Gabe Alexander
Gabe Alexander
 
 
118
George Bryant
George Bryant
pictures of George and Myrtle from Michael Bryant tree on ancestry.com; picture taken 1950s in Indiana 
 
119
George Douglass Survey Land
George Douglass Survey Land
photo taken from Burdett Knob Road, looking east-northeast over George's land. The structures are on Humphrey road, which runs through mid-point of George's land 
 
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George Hensley
George Hensley
 
 
121
George W. Davis
George W. Davis
 
 
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George W. Davis
George W. Davis
 
 
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George Washington Crane
George Washington Crane
 
 
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George Washington Crane
George Washington Crane
 
 
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George William Walden
George William Walden
 
 
126
Gertrude and Sidney Walden
Gertrude and Sidney Walden
Gertrude 10 years old; Sidney 3 years old 
 
127
Gertrude Hubbard
Gertrude Hubbard
 
 
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Gertrude Louden
Gertrude Louden
 
 
129
Gertrude Louden
Gertrude Louden
with Lorena Erickson and Elvin_Louden 
 
130
Gertrude Walden Ward
Gertrude Walden Ward
 
 
131
Grand Lodge Proceedings
Grand Lodge Proceedings
Kentucky 1855 
 
132
Grant County
Grant County
 
 
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Grant County
Grant County
 
 
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Grant County
Grant County
arrow indicates roadside stop, where Wagonbed Springs sign located. Edward's land was near Wagonbed Springs Road and the Zionville Cemetery, indicated here on map.  
 
135
Harbert King Jr.
Harbert King Jr.
 
 
136
Harris Douglas Hardin
Harris Douglas Hardin
 
 
137
Harrison County, Ohio
Harrison County, Ohio
 
 
138
Harvey Girl Uniform
Harvey Girl Uniform
 
 
139
Hazel Ruth Nicholson Corley
Hazel Ruth Nicholson Corley
 
 
140
Henrietta Violet Stevens
Henrietta Violet Stevens
posted to ancestry by David Barus 
 
141
Henry Wilson Stuart
Henry Wilson Stuart
 
 
142
Herb Stevens
Herb Stevens
 
 
143
Himrod Coal Mine
Himrod Coal Mine
photo found on Village of Westville web page: http://www.villageofwestville.com/index.php/our-history/81-history/144-qheritageq 
 
144
Home of Mathias and Lena Havelka
Home of Mathias and Lena Havelka
Gasconade County, Missouri 
 
145
Home of Phillip Tucker
Home of Phillip Tucker
 
 
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Hotel Edwards
Hotel Edwards
Ulysses, Kansas 
 
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Hotel Edwards
Hotel Edwards
 
 
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Hotel Edwards
Hotel Edwards
2017 
 
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House of Good Shepherd
House of Good Shepherd
Good Shepherd Home

December 15, 1896 - 124 years ago today, the new location of The House of Good Shepherd was dedicated.
The 13-acre site was formerly known as Bamberger Grove when Adolphus Busch purchased the land from Henry Lee of Philadelphia for $15,000 in 1890. Located on Gravois, between Bamberger & Gustine, it had once been a dairy farm, but had been vacant several years. And even though he wasn't Catholic, Busch donated this land and an additional $75,000 to begin construction. The building had three stories and basement, measured 400' x 700', and could house 500-600 people. Final construction cost was $210,000.
Their previous location was built in 1851 on the block bounded by 17th, 18th, Pine & Chestnut, on land donated by Mrs. Ann Lucas Hunt. Designed as a home for "wayward" girls, the entire block was surrounded by a 12 ft. high brick wall. When much of City Hospital was destroyed in the 1896 tornado, this became the temporary hospital, & the Good Shepherd House moved to their new quarters on Gravois. That building, shown here, was torn down to build the Zayre's shopping center in 1969.
Operated by the Sisters of The Good Shepherd, the facility also housed girls who were orphaned, or had parents unable to care for them.

 
 
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Ida Guy Stevens
Ida Guy Stevens
posted to ancestry by David Barus 
 

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