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Volume XXV Number I (2002) Boone County Historian Volume XXV Number I (2002)
Volume XXV Number I (2002)
President’s Column 3
Daisy and Minos Eoff and Their Family, by Charles & Karla Miller 4-5
Cemetery Book Update 5
Boone County Pioneers: Professor J. T. Gilley, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 6
1916-1917 Harrison City Directory (Part 2: G-Z) 7-20
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 21
Books for Sale at the Museum 22
Guest Speakers for Recent Monthly Meetings 23
The Crandall/Henley House (Picture) 24
Volume XXV Number II (2002) Boone County Historian Volume XXV Number II (2002)
Volume XXV Number II (2002)
President’s Column 27
Judge William Keener, by June Keener Moore 28-31
I Remember Keener, Arkansas, by Edith Keener Boling 32-38
Boone County Pioneers: Judge B. B. Hudgins, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 39-40
Page’s Classified Business Directory (Harrison: 1916-1917) 41-43
Family Histories Recently Added to our Genealogy Section 43
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 45
Books for Sale at the Museum 46
Monthly Programs 48
Volume XXV Number III (2002) Boone County Historian Volume XXV Number III (2002)
Volume XXV Number III (2002)
President’s Column 51
Cottonwood School #45: A History, by Shelley Dirst 52-56
Map of Self, Arkansas 57
Wilson & Bruton Meat Market & Grocery – 1910; South Side of the Harrison Square (Picture) 58
Owners of Wilson & Bruton Market (Picture) 59
The Passion Play – Prince of Peace, from The Harrison Daily Times, September 4, 1919 60-61
Boone County Pioneers: James H. Gray, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 62
Local and Personal, from The Harrison Times, Saturday, January 11, 1913 63
Local Advertisements – 1913 64-65
Photos from the Archives 66-69
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 70
Books for Sale at the Museum 71
W. H. Pettit’s Marble Shop – Circa 1912, located near the corner of North Willow and West Rush Street in Harrison (Picture) 72
Volume XXV Number IV (2002) Boone County Historian Volume XXV Number IV (2002)
Volume XXV Number IV (2002)
President’s Column 75
1961 ’100 Year Flood’ Tests Mettle of People of Harrison, by Delois McGrew 76-80
Mrs. Hugh B. Tucker’s Piano Classes of 1937 (Picture) 81
May 27-28, 1937 Piano Recital Program by pupils of Mrs. Hugh B. Tucker 82-83
Boone County Pioneers: W. A. Greever, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 84-85
Queries 85
‘Look Out Lizzie’, a Three-Act Comedy presented by the Senior Class of Bellefonte High School, November 6, 1941 86
Photos from the Archives 87-91
Wall Collapses, Destroys Copier 92
Artifacts Donated to the Museum 93-94
Books for Sale at the Museum 95
Monthly Meetings 96
 
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