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Volume XIX Number I (1996) Boone County Historian Volume XIX Number I (1996)
Volume XIX Number I (1996)
Cover picture : Lyric Theater illustration by Leland Burnett 1
President’s Column 3
Monthly Meetings at the Museum 4
Garner Family History 5
     Picture : English antique display case circa 1800 donated by Conrad R. Garner, Ph.D. of Seguin, Texas 5
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 6
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 7
Picture : Harrison High School Graduates of 1946 8
Pictures : Harrison High School Class of 1946 Officers – Faye Louise Hudson, Norman Rex Callicott, Mary Sue Phillips, William B. Holt II and Jacquelyn Corrigan 9
History of Carroll County, Arkansas, by Hon. Bradley Bunch (article written in 1879 and reprinted from the Summer 1995 edition of the Carroll County Historical Quarterly) 10-12, 15
Her Business? Show Business, by Virginia Holmes Lewis (article written in 1953 for publication in Themis, the national magazine of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority) 13-15
     Picture : Lulu Garvin Fitton 14
     Picture : D. E. Fitton 14
     Picture : The Lyric Theater, 1953 15
Boone County Pioneers: De Roos Bailey, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 16-17
Books for Sale at the Museum 18
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Rhodes through Roberts. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 19-21
Financial Report : Boone County Historical & Railroad Society, Inc. financial summary & comparison for 1994-95 22
Queries (LAWSON; SHEPPARD; THOMPSON; STAPP; STEPP; ROBERTSON; SMITH; ARMSTRONG; HARRIS) 22-24
     Picture : Unidentified railroad workers believed to be near a railroad bridge near Omaha, Arkansas 23
     Picture : Unidentified men believed to be at the train depot at Crickett, Arkansas 23
Volume XIX Number II (1996) Boone County Historian Volume XIX Number II (1996)
Volume XIX Number II (1996)
Cover picture : The first Capps School as pictured in 1912 25
President’s Column 27
Picture : Capps School, 1920 27
Features at the Museum 28
Pioneer Family of the Year : The George F. McKinney Family, from the Harrison Daily Times article by Kevin E. Mathis 29
     Picture : Robert P. Phillips, Mary Etta McGaughey, Willard W. Philips, Wilma Taylor and Franklin A. Phillips 29
Boone County Pioneers: F. S. Baker, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 31-32
The Origins of Boone County : History of the Capps Community, by Vernon Alford (from a manuscript “Memories of Capps” by longtime resident Vernon Alford) 33-38
     Picture : Map of Capps 34
     Picture : Methodist Church called “Mt. Zion” 36
     Picture : Capps Spring 36
     Picture : Capps Presbyterian Church built in 1915 by William Albright and area men 37
     Picture : The Capps Store, formerly owned by Flora Worthington (the last Capps post office was located here and discontinued January 31, 1955) 37
     Picture : Capps Cemetery 38
     Picture : Capps School, 1920 38
Martin Oliver Estes Family 39
     Picture : The Estes Family – Leo, Pierce, Vernon, Martha, Don and Oliver 39
Picture : Old soldiers parade at the northeast corner of the Harrison square 40
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 41
Books for Sale at the Museum 42
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Roberts through Rottenberry. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 43-46
Queries 46-48
Volume XIX Number III (1996) Boone County Historian Volume XIX Number III (1996)
Volume XIX Number III (1996)
Cover picture : Ideal Bakery, located on West Stephenson on the Harrison square. Also pictured are Bernelle, Beryle and Will McKinney 49
President’s Column 51
Ideal Bakery Fed Boone County, by Shelley Dirst 52-56
     Picture : R. P. Phillips demonstrates the Roto Slicer 53
     Picture : George Elter and Will McKinney inside the Ideal Bakery in 1930 53
     Pictures : Baking machines and equipment at the Ideal Bakery in 1935 54
     Picture : Trick-roper Logan Journagan and Will McKinney prepare for an Ideal Bakery promotion 55
     Pictures : Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McKinney and the Ideal Bakery 56
Picture : Miss Harrison 1948 – Mirta Meade Coker Coleman (Miss Harrison), June Officer Coker, Olivia Clayborn Johnson (2nd runner-up), Betty Lou Klepper Scruggs (1st runner-up) and Pat Mayberry 57
Legalized Liquor Sales (newspaper article dated March 14, 1935) 58
E.G. Mitchell Is Victim of Illness (article taken from Harrison Daily Times November 21, 1927) 59
     Picture : E.G. Mitchell 59
     Mitchell’s Milestones 59
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 60
Features at the Museum 61-62
Harvest Homecoming Time Again 62
Pictures : Good Roads Rally in Harrison, November 13, 1916 63
Boone County Pioneers: Jesse P. Briscoe, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 64
Books for Sale at the Museum 65
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 66
Old advertisements 67
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Rothrock through Rystead. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 68-70
Picture : The 1996 White Oak Station Member-Guest Golf Tournament 71
Queries 71-72
Volume XIX Number IV (1996) Boone County Historian Volume XIX Number IV (1996)
Volume XIX Number IV (1996)
Cover picture : W.J. Myers, the local man who killed Henry Starr, and Henry Starr, noted bank robber who met his demise during an attempted robbery of the People’s National Bank of Harrison in 1921 73
President’s Column 75
Banker Shot Starr in Harrison (Part One in a Series of Articles), by Shelley Dirst and Sammie Rose 76-82
     Advertisement for the Campbell Insurance Agency regarding Henry Starr 77
     Picture : People’s National Bank employees Edith Thistlewaite, Naomi Moore, Cleve Coffman and Marvin Wagley 77
     Picture : Body of Henry Starr 79
     Picture : Bandana worn by Starr at the time of the robbery in Harrison 79
     Picture : The People’s National Bank of Harrison 81
     Myers Wins Recognition 82
     Picture : Charles Myers (great-grandson of W.J. Myers) at the museum showcase containing the Winchester rifle used to shoot Starr 82
Boone County Family History Book – extended deadline March 31, 1997 83-84
Harvest Homecoming 84
Features at the Museum 85-87
Memories of the Civil War, by Joe M. Bailey 88
Boone County Pioneers: Robert Capps, from a series of articles reprinted from A Reminiscent History of the Ozarks Region (1894) 89
Artifacts Loaned & Donated to the Museum 90
Books for Sale at the Museum 91
Boone County Marriage Index: Book 1 (1869-1940); Sabin through Shipman. Transcribed and Submitted by Virginia Phillips 92-95
Queries (HOLLAND; GUINN) 96
 
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