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George E. Hall Photos

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  Real Photo Postcards Produced by Hall Photo Co., Branson, Mo.

George E. Hall put numbers on most of the cards he produced, but not all. Below are cards with no numbers. I have made some attempt to divide them between those from the Branson area, made mostly before 1916, and those from the Reeds Spring, Galena area, made mostly after 1916.

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00b. The Fishing Grounds White River Hollister, Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  00d. Marvel Cave Flashlight Tour, Sept 1914
  00e. Marvel Cave Flashlight Photo, Sept 1914
  00f. White River Dam
  00g. Wagon Bridge Over Lake Taneycomo, Branson, Mo.
  00h. Camp Hollister, Mo.
  00i. A Stone Co. Mo. Tame Wolf and it's Owner
  00j. Hollister Depot
00k. Jim Lane's Cabin. Different from the two versions of #330.  Message on back of Trenton Boyd's copy of this card reads: "Dear Mother, as I haven’t any birthday card to send you – will send this picture – of us taken as a parting to the old cabin.  Just two days before Irene left for Peoria. Sept. 28th, 1915."  Apparently they took this picture on the day they moved from the cabin. Photo Courtesy Rick Gunter.
00k Enlarged. Photo probably shows George E. Hall's father, George David Hall, his mother, Elizabeth (Collis) and his sisters, Ethel and Irene. Click to see enlargement. Photo Courtesy Rick Gunter
  00l. No Caption – scene is of Paddle Wheel Boat  Hall Photo Co.  PM Chicago Sioux City RPO 1/28/15 
 

00m. No Caption – white frame house with young girl, with her dog, kneeling at the edge of a circular flower garden.  Cattle can be seen in fenced area at the back of the house.  Made by G. E. Hall, Notch, Mo is stamped on back of card.  Some one has written on the back of the card:  “Sammy Ridge Farm, Notch Mo.”

In 1916 George E. Hall and his Family moved from Notch, near Branson, Missouri, to Galena, on the James River and near Reeds Spring, Missouri. That move appears to have occurred at about photo number 400. But in the early 500s he seems to have returned to the Branson area for a few pictures.
000a. Ladies Riding Contest- Galena Mo. Fair- Oct. 30, 31 [Unknown year] Courtesy Larry Allen
000b. [Nothing on the front, back says...] "Made by G. E. Hall, Notch, Mo.  Courtesy Larry Allen
000c. A Member Of The Odd Fellows.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  000d. Flashlight in Horse Creek Cave
  000e. High Water At Yocum Ark.
  000f. View of Tunnel, Reeds Spring, Mo White River Ry
  000g. Galena Depot
  000h. The Cave Bluff on Long Creek, Denver, Ark.
  000i. Bee Creek, Taney Co. Mo.
  000j. (Another View of W.E. Sharp's Coon Dogs)
  000k. Thanksgiving Greetings (Tom Turkey)
  000l. The Tunnel, Reeds Spring, Mo.
  000m. The Curve, Reeds Spring, Mo.
  000n. (Train Wreck of Engine 0233)
  000p. (Closer View of Train Wreck)
  000q. (Hunters In Camp)
  000r. On The James River Near Galena Clubhouse
  000s. Water Power Flour Mill, Hurley, Mo.
  000t. Kirbyville, Mo
  000u. Street Scene, Cape Fair, Mo.
  000v. Old Soldier's Re-Union
  000w. Inspector G.R. Bush with the best Ry Tie Loaders on White River Ry. July 4th, 1912 - Reeds Spring, Mo.
  000x. Tie Yards, Reeds Spring, Mo.
  000y. (Office - Regan Lumber Co.)
  000z. Gig Fishing On The James
  000aa. Ladies Riding Contest, Crane Mo. Sept. 27-30
  000bb. Caption reads: The James River In Winter, Galena Mo  Photo by Geo. Hall 
  000cc. Caption reads: Street Scene Reeds Spring Mo 
  000dd. No Caption – scene is of young soldier holding rifle, standing next to his horse and both standing at edge of  either a creek or river bank.  Hall appears in rectangular box 
[No Caption.] The featured barber (with the mustache) is Orlander "Bud" Scott. This is his barber shop which was located on the square in Galena, Mo. in late 1800's to early 1900's According to the "History of Stone County Volume I" this was also the site of the first telephone/operator in Stone County! Photo courtesy of Karen Hine. http://www.rootsweb.com/~mostone/mystpics/karen_C.htm
Priscilla Class, Christian Church, Galena, Mo.  Photo courtesy of Karen Hine. http://www.rootsweb.com/~mostone/mystpics/karen_L.htm
Pictured below are the students attending Union City School in Stone County, Missouri. The year is 1913. Photo Courtesy K.C. Messenger  http://www.rootsweb.com/~mostone/photo/messenger/m20.html
 
Virgin Bluff on James River
F. H. Zane's Tie-Loading Gang. Courtesy Larry Allen
  The Ozark, Forsyth, Mo.
  Reeds Spring in 1910, Livery Stable

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