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The Cooper Family - Published in 1972
Author
Publisher American Genealogical Research Institute
City
County
State
Price $10.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
Contents
Family Name and Arms
The Colonial Experiment
Emigrant Ancestors and Their Families
Prominent Colonists
Census of 1790-List of Cooper's and their cities
Patriots and Veterans
Short Biographies
Daniel C. Cooper b. 1773
Elias Samuel Cooper b. 1820
Ellwood Cooper b 1829
George Cooper b. 1840
George Henry Cooper b. 1812
Jacob Cooper b. 1830
James Cooper b. 1810
James Fenimore Cooper b 1789
Job Adams Cooper b. 1843
Peter Cooper b. 1791
Samuel Cooper b 1798
Wm B. Cooper b 1771

Place Names
Constructing the Cooper Family Tree
Research and Reference Sources in the Federal Government, United States,
Hereditary Patriotic Societies in the United States
Bibliography

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The Descendents of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut 1590-1660 and his wife Alice Tomes - Published in 1990
Author Donna Holt Siemiatkoski
Publisher Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore
City
County Connecticut
State Connecticut
Price $25.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
This book is a treasure trove information for Welles and Tomes.

Some surnames in the book:
Abbott, Albright, Allen, Alvord, Andrews, Backus, Baker, Baldwin, Beach, Beardsley, Beecher, Beers, Belden Belding, Benedict, Bennett, Bidwell, Billings Botsford, Buell, and many, many more.

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The Eads Bridge - Published in 1999
Author Miller and Scott
Publisher Missouri Historical Society
City St. Louis
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $15.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
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The Evans Family Potters of Southeast Missouri1858-1969 plus 1977 summary - Published in 1978
Author Fred Mark Burnett, Ed.D.
Publisher unk
City
County MO
State MO
Price $25.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
out of print
49 pages plus 6 pages updated summary
very good condition
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The First 100 Years of Pet Incorporated: Creating a Masterpiece 1885-1985 - Published in 1985
Author unknown
Publisher Pet Inc.
City St. Louis City
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $20.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
This colorful booklet traces the history of Pet Incorporated. It begins with the Helvetia Milk Condensing Co. founded in Highland, IL and Dr. J. B. Knoebel, the Highland physician, who was its first president. In 1894 Pet Evaporated Milk is introduced. There are many pictures including plant photos, advertising items, plus an excellent chronology of events from 1786-1985.
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The Greatest of Expositions - 75th Anniversary The St. Louis World's Fair 1904=1979 Completely Illustrated - Published in 1979
Author
Publisher Hawthorn Publishing
City St. Louis
County MO
State MO
Price $20.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
224 pages
Many black/white photos

Facsimile edition of the original publication.
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The History of a City - Carson, California - Published in 1972
Author Jerrils
Publisher Jack E. Jerrils
City Carson
County Los Angeles California
State California
Price $45.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
I recently bought this city history because I believe it will be a valuable resource to a family researcher. The book has 228 pages of history plus an excellent bibliography. There are a number of maps and photos.

The chapter titles are the following:
The First Southern Californians
Fr. Crespi's Influence
The Dominguez Legacy
Juan Jose Passes
Cristobal Inherits the Land
Manuel Dominguez: The Important One
The Dominguez Home is Started
Don Manuel's Political Career
Rancho Los Palos Verdes is Lost
Partition of the Rancho San Pedro Begins
First Sales of Rancho Lands
The City of Compton is Founded
Confirmation adn Patent of Title to the Rancho
Pres Buchanan Signs the Patent of Title

Progress I: Wilmington
Phineas Banning and the Canal
The Railroad
Don Manuel's Only Subdivision
Davidson City and the Dominguez Community
Oil Discovered on Dominguez Hill
The LA City Strip adn Torrance

The Passing of Don Manuel
Dominguez Daughters Seek Partition
Family Corporations Formed
Industrial Tracts on Rancho Lands
Dominguez Water Corporation
Interesting Tales of Dominguez
Dominguez Memorial Seminary
The Battle of Dominguez Hill
The First US National Air Meet
Oil is Discovered

That Name: Carson
George Henry Started it all in 1853
John Manuel Carson: The One of Seven Sons
John Victor Carson: The More Active Heir

Time for Transition on the Rancho
The Christopher Fiesel Family and Friends
The Raphael Poggi Family and Friends
Urbanization Begins Slowly
The Carl Jentsch Family and Friends
Business and Population Increases
The Carson Chamber of Commerce
It Was the Water - Lomita Square Joins Los Angeles
Newspapers Foster Unity and Identity

The Battle for California State College at Domingues Hill
Schools Reflect Community Growth
April, 1967 - End of an Era?
Our "Columbia II" The Goodyear Blimp
Catastrophe in Carson- Fletcher Oil Company Fire
The Story of Carson's Incorporation
Election Fever and Victory
The Decisions Begin - 213th Street Cemetery
The City Halls in 19 months
The Rubbish Controversy and the Junkyard Blight
A Post Office for Carson and the Sheriff Comes to Town
With an Eye to the Future - The Civic Center
The Redevelopment Agency- A Means to an Important End
Chronology of Proposed Incorporations and Annexations
Minutes of Meetings

Unfortunately, there is no index for this book, so I will not be able to do lookups. If, however, you find a chapter of interest, I may be able to copy it for you.

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The History of Friendship NY 1815-1954 - Published in 1965
Author McCarthy, Guilford, Hess
Publisher unk
City Friendship
County Allegany NY
State NY
Price $17.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
56 pages
very good condition
map and some black/white photos

History of Friendship, NY people, places, businesses
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The History of Medora 1874-1974 - Published in 1974
Author unk
Publisher unk
City Medora
County Macoupin IL
State IL
Price $20.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
48 PP
Medora Centennial Committee
Martha Fricker
black and white pictures

Some of the Content Within
Has a timeline of events
Mud Roads
Billing at Medora Opera House
medora School Notes
Pioneer Founder Whi Got Medora a Railway
Post Office
Medora Schools
Medora Public School Entertainment
Original Choral Society 1885'
Fire t Light Plant
Electric Lights
Royal Neighbors
Ball Games

Medora Centennial Historical Committee
Martha Fricker- Co-Chairman
Evelyn Walters-Co-Charman
Viola Plogger
Myron Eddleman
Barbara Frueh
Rev. John Cox
Dorothy Adam
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The History of Scott County, Missouri Up to the Year 1880 - Published in 1984
Author Edison Shrum
Publisher Scott County Historical Society
City
County Scott County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $30.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
This 319 page out of print book is chock full of information from Scott County, Missouri.
You will find information on the following: Early Settlers, Spanish Land Grants, earthquakes, Tywappity-Commerce, Land Sale of 1804, County Poor Farm, William Smith Land Grant, Commerice, post office, postmasters, Dram Shop and Ferry Licenses, riverfront settlements, Last Will and Testament of William Broom, slave sales, John Rodney's will, Joseph Coffman's Will, Richard Wathen to Ignatius R. Wathen, cholera epidemic of 1849, Civil War in Scott County, Burning of Bloomfield, Nathaniel Watkins, History of Benton, Personal Property of Felix G. Allen, Woodson Parrott, James Parrott, Lane-Price River Landing, Pleasant Plains, West Philadelphia, town of New York, MO, New York Settlement, Early History of Sikeston, naturalization records, records of two schools, list of post-Civil War doctors, and much more.

This book has an index of surnames.

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The History of Sunset Hills - Published in 1976
Author Pat Bessinger, Chairman Carrie Dayball, Co Chairman
Publisher Sunset Hills Bi-Centennial Commission
City Sunset Hills
County St. Louis County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $15.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This is a brief history of Sunset Hills that contains photos of old houses
and businesses. It is, of course, out of print. There is a listing of former
mayors and a driving tour of Sunset Hills. I believe it would be valued
by someone with family located there.

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The Jonesboro Tornade May 27, 1973 - Published in 1973
Author Mike Overall and Jay Harris, editors
Publisher C. F. Boone of Lubbock, TX
City Jonesboro
County Arkansas
State Arkansas
Price $20.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This is a graphic account of the worst storm in Arkansas history. Told in words and pictures by people who lived through the events as newspaper reporters and photographers. The publisher gratefully acknowledges the cooperation and assistance of The Jonesboro Sun, its editor and staff.

Almost every page has multiple photos.

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The Journal of the Engineers' Club of St. Louis, Sept 1955, Roster Issue - Published in 1955
Author Unknown
Publisher Engineer's Club
City St. Louis
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $5.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
This 286 page book celebrates the 87th Anniversary Year of the Engineer's Club of St. Louis, MO.
It has small photos. job titles, company name and address, plus residence address and phone of engineers
who belong to this Club. I also found the list of club officers from 1868-1955 interesting reading. There are
many familiar names from St. Louis. There are also a series of pages listing Members Occupational Affiliations which list
names of companies and all the members that work there.

Some of the companies in the list are the following: Frank Adam Electric Co., Alemite Co. of St. Louis, Anheuser-Busch Inc., Atlas Construction, Atlas Iron Works, Bachman Machine Co., Becker-Marsden, Marcel Boulicault Architects, Bussen Quarries, Capen Belting & Rubber Co., Ceco Steel Products, Consulting Engineers, Columbia Iron Works, Eichler Company, Emerson Electric, Fruin-Colnon Contracting Co., Goltermann Materials, Gorham Construction, Granco Steel Products, Iffrig Equipment Co., and many more.

I was surprised at the number of architects and attorneys listed in the book. The last page also lists the advertisers for the book. The old ads are very different from what we see today.



The Engineers' Club of St. Louis, organized on December 2, 1868, is the third oldest engineering society in America. In addition to Professional Engineers, its membership includes architects, executives and business administrators, as well as men and women in the technical, scientific, educational, marketing and legal fields. The Engineers' Club facility on 4359 Lindell Blvd is home to over 950 club members and, through the services of the Engineering Center, to over 50 affiliated Professional Societies, representing over 14,000 members. The Club is a nonsectarian, nonpolitical, and nonprofit society whose objectives and purposes are to promote the educational and professional improvement of its members, to advance the field of engineering in its several branches, to make available to the general public technical and scientific information and knowledge, and generally to aid in the solution of public questions involving engineering and scientific problems…(from its website 2008).

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The Kernel and The Bean: The 75 Year Story of the Staley Company - Published in 1982
Author Dan J. Forrestal
Publisher Simon and Shuster, New York
City Decatur
County Illinois
State Illinois
Price $10.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
This book traces the Staley Company from its beginnings with Zebedee Hinshaw, William Ledbetter, and William Staley.
There is an excellent index of names, places, and more.

One of the most impressive parts of the book lists the following:
Directors and Corporate Officers
Honor Roll of Service - some labored 50 years for the Company

If someone related to you worked for The Staley Company, you'll find this book an excellent source
of information and a good read.

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The King of Beers - unpublished manuscript - Published in mid to late 1980's
Author Robert L. Sobel 1939-2004
Publisher unknown
City St. Louis
County MO
State MO
Price $25.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
463 pages

Unpublished manuscript
only a few copies printed
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The McClendons - Published in 1973
Author T.A. McClendon
Publisher
City
County IN
State IN
Price $50.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
418 pages, includes surnames McClendon, MacLennon, Macklenden, McLendon and several edits by previous owner.
Macklendon, McClendon and McLendon 1696-1973,
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The Mennonites in Indiana and Michigan - Published in 1961
Author John Christian Wenger, Professor of Theology, Goshen College Biblical Seminary
Publisher Herald Press of Scottdale, PA- Hardback edition
City
County Indiana and Michigan
State Indiana and Michigan
Price $20.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
This is book No. 10 in the series entitled "Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History".

Contents
Historical and Interpretative Survey
The Older Mennonite Congregations of Indiana and Michigan-Photos of Ministers
The Older Amish Mennonite Congregations of Indiana and Michigan
The Younger Churches - Locations in Indiana and Michigan
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE ORDAINED MEN p.259- 378
Other Mennonite Bodies
Olther Amish Mennonite Bodies
Related and Similar Groups
1860 List of Mennonite Settlements and Congregations in IN and MI
1860 List of IN Amish Mennonite Churches
1910 IN Mennonite Conference
1910 IN Amish Mennonite Conference
1960 IN and MI Mennonite Conference
1955 DeclCommitment in Respect to Christian Separation and Non-Conformity to the World

Some surnames: Bare, Bender, Birky, Bixler, Bontrager, Christophel, Detweiler, Eby, Freed, Friesner, Good, Funk, Graber, Groningen,Hartman, Hershberger, Hertzler, Hoover, Holdeman, Horst, Hostetler, Kauffman, King, Kraus, Kreider, Lapp, Lehman, Long, Martin, Metzler, Miller, Nusbaum, Nussbaum, Pletcher, Schrock, Shaum, Slabaugh, Smith, Smucker, Sommer, Stauffer, Troyer, Weaver, Weldy, Wisler, Wickey, Witmer, Wyse, Yoder, Tontz, Zehr, Zwingli

This hardback book has an excellent index and bibliography.

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The Morrison's: Minneapolis Pioneers From Dorilus, First Mayor, to Modern Times - Published in 1989
Author Clinton Morrison
Publisher Privately published by Clinton Morrison
City Minneapolis
County Minnesota
State Minnesota
Price $30.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
I recently bought this book because I believe it will be treasured by a Morrison family researcher. This book was privately published in Nov 1989 by Clinton Morrison. The complete title is "The Morrison's: Minneapolis Pioneers from Dorilus, First Mayor, to Modern Times and is dedicated to Angus Washburn Morrison and Helen Truesdale Morrison. The contents are the following:
Preface
Early Memories
Our Parents
The Beginnings: The Story of the Falls that Built a City
Dorilus Morrison & Harriet Whitmore Morrison
Clinton Morrison & Julia Kellogg Washburn Morrison
Minneapolis Institute of Arts & Minneapolis College of Art
& Design
The Langdons
The Truesdales
World War II
Clinton Morrison: Army Research & Development
Anne Morrison Snyder & John Pillsbury Snyder Jr.: War Years
Angus Truesdale Morrison: Navy Flyer
John Washburn Morrison, Army Air Force and Charlotte Lewis
Morrison
Starting Anew
Business, Washington, Banking, Fine Arts, and Marriage
Flour Milling, Iron Mining, Community Service, and Fixing
Things
The Paper Business, Paine Webber Partner, and Hobbies
Business School, Honeywell, Banking and Family
Where to Now?
Bibliography

This book has a number of wonderful photos plus a fold out family tree beginning with Robert Morison of North Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

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The Ojai Valley- An Illustrated History - Published in revised in 1999
Author Patricia L. Fry
Publisher Matilija Press
City Ojai Valley
County Ventura County California
State California
Price $10.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
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The Pageant and Masque - Published in 1914
Author Thyomas Wood Stevens, Percy Mackaye
Publisher Nixon Publishing Company
City St. Louis
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $10.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
In 1914, Art Hill in Forest Park was the scene of an elaborate celebration of the 150th anniversary of the founding of St. Louis.



It took the form of a review of the city's history called The Pageant and Masque of St. Louis.

Viewed by audiences of more than 100,000 persons nightly, it used all of Art Hill as an open-air theater. (shown above). The production ran for four evenings, from May 28 through June 1, 1914.

It was played by a cast of 7,500 upon a vast stage that was built over the Grand Lagoon at the base of Art Hill. The pageant depicted the story of the city's early years, beginning with the Mound Builders and concluding with the end of the Civil War.

Beginning at twilight, it lasted two hours and, after an intermission, the nocturnal performance of the Masque took place under artistic illumination. This was a symbolic presentation which interpreted the relationships of St. Louis to the life of America and humanity. While not in the category of light entertainment, newspapers said, "the performances held the great audiences spellbound with interest and awe."

Organization of this successful theatrical and musical enterprise required more than a year's preparation by the Pageant Drame Association of local civic leaders.

Ultimately, the founding of the Municipal Opera can be indirectly attributed to the 1914 event.
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The Rise and Fall of Camp Sherman Ohio's World War I Soldier Factory - Published in 1972
Author G. Richard Peck
Publisher Craftsman Printing
City Mound City
County Scioto Ohio
State Ohio
Price $12.50 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
This booklet was originally published in 1967, but it was revised in 1972 to include additional information about Mound City and a fold out map of Camp Sherman.

The booklet tells the history of the camp and includes the following black/white photos: 1890 view of the Scioto Valley from behind present V. A. Hospital, new recruits during drill, some of the barracks, the Liberty Theatre, Camp Exchange No. 7, northern view of traffic on Columbus Avnue now Route 104, Camp traffic moving south in Frenchtown across old canal locks, 21,000 officers posed to create a bust of Woodrow Wilson, front view of the Red Cross Hospital, US Post Office in Section D, Main Camp Exchange, Knights of Columbus Hall across from Post Office, The Lutheran Center, the Episcopal Church, the Jewish Welfare Center, the Salvation Army Cabin located in Frenchtown, Camp Sherman Library, the library desk and Burton Stevenson, the Community House that burned down in 1920, interior view of the Community House, DAR Lodge, the old Phillips farmhouse that was used as a headquarters for Camp Sherman, YMCA Auditorium west of the library, YWCA Hostess House, information booth in Ross Court House, Officer's Club No. 1 and 2, display of Camp Sherman troops on Paint Street at Second in 1917, and convalescent soldiers after being guests at the Majestic Theatre.

Topics include the following: Camp Sherman is born, Effect on the City, Tragedies including drownings and Spanish flu epidemic, History of the Headquarters and Campsite, The Library, The YMCA and YWCA, The Community Group, the Camp Exchanges, Churches, War's End, and Mound City.
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The Salinas Valley - An Illustrated History - Published in 1989
Author Verardo and Verardo
Publisher Windsor Publications
City Salinas River Valley
County CA
State CA
Price $10.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
Index and bibliography
208 pages

Contents
Preface
"No Green Thing on the Plain"
Beyond the County Seat
A True American City
Steinbeck's Legacy
Eureka! Green Gold!
Dubious Battles
Back to an Agricultural Future
Partners in Progress
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The Smola Family History: A Genealogy of the Martin Smola Family in America 1801-1978 - Published in 1979
Author Marvin P. Rezabek
Publisher Gateway Press, Inc.
City
County Illinois
State Illinois
Price $25.00 (plus $5.00 postage and handling)
Notes:
This 322 page book details the genealogy of the Martin Smola Family in America from 1801-1978.
Contents
Chronicle of the Smola Family 1801-1923
The Smola Family Tree, Statistical Data
The Smola Family Tree, Family Diagrams
The Deeds to the land purchased by Martin Smola
The Wills and Estates of the Smola Family
The Families that are connected by affinity to the Smola Family
The Paper - "The Bohemians of the Townships of Edwardsville and Collinsville in the General area of Glen Carbon, IL"
Index of surnames
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The Story of Clayton - Published in 1931
Author The Seventh and Eighth grades of the Clayton Public Schools
Publisher self publish
City Clayton
County MO
State MO
Price $30.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
90 pages; includes the history of Missouri, the Courthouse and City Government, Safety, Public utilities, Schools, Newspapers and Organizations.
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The Sunshine News: 25th Anniversary of St. Louis Bakery - January 1929 - Published in 1929
Author Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company
Publisher Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company
City St. Louis
County Missouri
State Missouri
Price $15.00 (plus $3.50 postage and handling)
Notes:
Did someone in your family work for the Sunshine Biscuit Company? This 79 year old booklet contains a letter to all employees from Hanford Main, the manager of the St. Louis Bakery, and more.

Table of Contents
Progress by the Editor
Hanford Main photo and biography
A Quarter Century of Achievement by Hanford Main
Photo of Alexander Tebelmann
Photo and bio of M. G. Johaning, born St. Louis, MO
Photo and bio of A. H. Sauter born Trenton, IL
Photo and bio of Edmond C. Volmer
Photo and bio of Ernest G. Dunford
Photo and bio of F. J. Ahrens
Photo and bio of John C. Manewal
Photo and bio of William Wollbrinck born Germany
Photo and bio of John Manewal Sr.
Photo and bio of W. J. Richardson b. Carlyle, England
Photos and descriptions inside the Sunshine Bakery
Photo and bio of L. E. Straub born in Bellaire Cty, OH
Photo and bio ofWilliam Keil born St. Louis, MO
Photo and bio of E. W. Lammers born Holland, Indiana
Photo and bio of John H. Meyer
Photo and bio of W. H. Brown
Photo and bio of Norman E. Clark
The 120 Branch Agencies Serving the Nation
Photo and bio of J. L. Schmitt born Harrisonville, IL
Photo and bio ofR. J. Hannon born Ivesdale, IL
Photo and bio of J. S. Brown born Albany, GA
Photo and bio of S. E. Calloway born Moss Point, MS
Photo and bio of A. E. Canaday born McNairy County, TN
Photo and bio of A. J. Cook born Evansville, IN
Photo and bio of Theodore Klarer born Louisville, KY
Photo and bio of C. E. Day
Photo and bio of W. E. Dunlap
Photo and bio of G. C. Elliott
Photo and bio of of the following:
S. J. Hall
Thomas E. Keogh, C. B. Lampton
J. H. O'Brioen
R. A. Searles
Fred Stretmater
P. M. Williams
Our Modern Methods of Merchandising including photos
Sunshine Salesmen conducting a demonstration
Sales Supervisors: Sam C. Scull, James W. Miller, J. S. Larkin
Roster of 1929 Salesmen from MO, IL, TN, IN, MS, AL, GA by state
Some "Old Timers" including John A. James, Leo Barth, Frank Boerger, G. A. Hillger, E. F. Hussman, Charles McCue, Fred J. Riggle, and William E. Wirth
Roll of Honor - Employees with 15 Years of Service or More
Members of the Department Managers
The Billionarea and Its Trade Territory

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