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1916, Eyes

1919, Shepherd
1924, Man
1924, Mine
1925, Son Father 
1925. Brian K
1926, Barb W
1928, Shepherd
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1930, Eyes
1935, When Man
1936,  Matthews
1936, The Mine
1936, Wild Brian
1937, West  Gold
1937, Out West
1937, Secret Vly
1937, Californian
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1949, Massacre
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Branson Area Tinted and Chrome Postcards

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chr30.JPG (21514 bytes) 24. Inspiration Point, Shepherd of the Hills Country, In the Beautiful Ozarks, "Land of a Million Smiles"  8B-H1106  [linen]
HBWcaveStudio.JPG (51413 bytes) 25. Harold Bell Wright Studio, Marvel Cave, at the bottom of Grand Canyon, Branson, Mo.
chr31.JPG (25308 bytes) 26. Inspiration Point, Shepherd of the Hills Country, In the Beautiful Ozarks
chr07.JPG (15106 bytes) 27. "The "Shepherd of the Hills" Country near Branson, Mo.  Old Matt and Aunt Mollie, Father and Mother of Young Matt.
chr08.JPG (18868 bytes) 28. Uncle Matt and Aunt Mollie, Father and Mother of Young Matt.  Notch, Mo. 116792
chr09.JPG (24412 bytes) 29. [No inscription on front.  Chrome.  Sign begins, "Harold Bell Wright (1872-1944) camped here while gathering material for his 1907 novel, "The Shepherd of the Hills."]
signaltreetint.jpg (37563 bytes) 30. The Old Signal Tree, Shepherd of the Hills, Branson, MO.
rossmonument.jpg (41586 bytes) 31. "Old Matt and Aunt Mollie's Monument.  Last resting place of Old Matt and Aunt Mollie leading characters of Harold Bell Wright's world famous story, The Shepherd of the Hills . . ."  c.1961, Chrome.  Photo courtesy Dave Hadsell.
bransontintcem.jpg (30081 bytes) 32. Shepherd of the Hills Cemetary.  Chrome
sohgiftshopchrome.jpg (35012 bytes) 33. Shepherd of the Hills Farm.  Gift Shop.  Chrome.
34. This particular card is hand dated on the back, 4-20-75, and signed "Mollie Heller."  Text on the back reads: "Aunt Mollie (Ruth Heller) originator of the Aunt Mollie role in the, 'The Shepherd of the Hills Pageant' on the porch of her Wilderness Store, located on highway 76 west of Branson, Missouri on the road to Silver Dollar City."  Courtesy Dave Hadsell
35. This is the cover of a folder.  The cards are black & white but not real photo cards.  The three cards shown below are not found elsewhere on this site but probably exist separately.  Courtesy Dave Hadsell
36. Fiddlin' Jake, last surviving character in The Shepherd of the Hills, still guides Tourists through the old cabin and occasionally plays his violin to interested groups in the lawn.  Courtesy Dave Hadsell
37. A View of Old Matt's Cabin.  Courtesy Dave Hadsell
38. "Roark Valley" as seen from Old Matt's Cabin. Courtesy Dave Hadsell
39. Dewey Bald (Sign) Courtesy Dave Hadsell
40. Welcome to Missouri. Inspiration Point. Courtesy Dave Hadsell
41. Shepherd of the Hills Farm Memorial Museum. Courtesy Dave Hadsell
42. Sammy Lane (Camp, Branson, Mo.) 7A700-N Courtesy Dave Hadsell
43. Wash Gibbs -- Free Museum -- Shepherd of the Hills -- On Hwy. 76 -- Branson, Mo. Courtesy Dave Hadsell

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