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George E. Hall Photos

Shepherd of the Hills Country and Beyond

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

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  301. Fishing On White River Branson, Mo.
302. White River & RR Bridge From Bluff Branson, Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  303. Branson, Mo.
304. White River - Branson, Mo. Courtesy Larry Allen
  307. White River Near Table Rock, Taney Co. Mo.
308 [a]. The Table Rock On White River, Taney Co. Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
308 [b]. The Table Rock On White River, Taney Co. Mo., Galena Mo To Branson Float,  Courtesy Larry Allen  Two different backs: 1 has plain back PM Coffeyville, KS 1/11/39; 1 has Made by G. E. Hall Notch Mo stamped on back
  311. Fall Creek, Taney Co. Mo.
  315. View Down White River from Branson Heights. Taney Co. Mo. PM Branson 11/8/11 
316. The Cedar Yards Of The American Pencil Co. Branson, Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  320. A White River Boat Branson Mo  PM Reeds Spring  8/19/11 
321. Boat yards -- Lake Taneycomo -- Branson, MO Courtesy Dave Hadsell
  323. Boat Yards Lake Taneycomo - Branson, Mo.
  324 [a]. Dewey Bald and Mutton Hollow
  324 [b]. Commercial St. Branson, Mo.
325. Looking Toward Wagon Bridge, Branson, Mo.  Courtesy Dave Hadsell
  326. Bridge Over Lake Taneycomo, Branson, Mo.
 

327.  Commercial St. Branson, Mo.

  328.  Branson Mo., On Lake Taneycomo
  328b. Boat Yards - Lake Taneycomo, Branson, Mo.
329.  Lake Taneycomo, Branson, Mo. Courtesy Rick Gunter
330. Jim Lane's Cabin. Courtesy Larry Allen  shows picket fence with woman standing and man sitting in front of cabin; The Shepherd of the Hills Series; Made by G. E. Hall Gretna Mo stamped on back 
330b. Jim Lane's Cabin. Courtesy Larry Allen  shows woman with pail entering doorway of cabin   PM Branson 9/8/14 
331.  The Cabin in Mutton Hollow.  Three different backs: One has plain back, dated 7/28/15; one has The Shepherd of the Hills Series stamped on back; One has The Shepherd of the Hills Series; Made by G. E. Hall,  Gretna Mo stamped on back. Click here to see another example:  331. Note dog lying at man's feet. This card, which I own, is the only one I have seen with the large finger print.
332. Sammy's Lookout Rock, [According to a Hall family member the woman in this picture is George Hall's sister, Ethel, who never married and is buried in the Evergreen Cemetery.] Courtesy Larry Allen
332b. Sammy's Look-Out Rock  Courtesy Larry Allen The Shepherd of the Hills Series stamped on back 
333. The Matthew's Cabin, Courtesy Larry Allen  2 different backs: 1 has plain back; 1 has The Shepherd of the Hills Series stamped on back 
334 [a]. Fall Creek Mill,  Courtesy Larry Allen  man tending to steam engine and the wheel of the engine are fully visible
  334(b). Fall Creek Mill  man tending to steam engine the wheel of the engine are barely visible.  The lettering of the caption & Hall Photo Co. is dark & bold 
335. Coming down the Old Trail. On the back is written, "The Shepherd of the Hills Series - Made by G. E. Hall, Gretna, MO."  Courtesy Dave Hadsell  335
336. At the Deer Lick.  On the back is written, "The Shepherd of the Hills Series - Made by G. E. Hall, Gretna, MO."  Courtesy Dave Hadsell  2 different backs: 1 has The Shepherd of the Hills Series; Made by G. E. Hall, Notch, Mo stamped on back; 1 has The Shepherd of the Hills Series; Made by G. E. Hall, Gretna, Mo stamped on back  336
337. Looking South Across Mutton Hollow  -  Courtesy Larry Allen  The Shepherd of the Hills Series; Made by G. E. Hall, Notch, Mo is stamped on back
338. Dewey Bald From Compton Ridge,  Courtesy Larry Allen  3 different backs: 1 has plain back PM Jamesville 12/27/15; 1 has The Shepherd of the Hills Series stamped on back; 1 has The Shepherd of the Hills Series; Made by G. E. Hall, Notch, Mo. stamped on back 
339. Uncle Ike. The Post-Master At The Forks,  Courtesy Larry Allen  The Shepherd of the Hills Series; Made by G. E. Hall, Notch, Mo. stamped on back 
340. The Mail-Carrier At The Forks, Courtesy Larry Allen  2 different backs: 1 has The Shepherd of the Hills Series Made by G. E. Hall, Notch, Mo stamped on the back; 1 has The Shepherd of the Hills Series stamped on back   PM Radical 8/15/14 
341. At the Corral, Photo Courtesy Larry Allen  2 different backs; 1 has plain back; 1 has The Shepherd of the Hills Series; Made by G. E. Hall, Gretna, Mo. stamped on back 
342. The Mo. Pacific RY Bridge Over White River Near Hollister Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  343. Mo. Pacific Ry Bridge Near Hollister Mo Over White River. 
  345. The Bank of Hollister, Mo.  PM Springfield 8/3/11 
346. Hoisting Ry Ties Out Of The White River Near Hollister, Mo. Courtesy Larry Allen
347. A View Along The Esplanade, Hollister Mo.  Courtesy Larry Allen  PM Hollister 9/2/11(?) 
348. Residence, Hollister Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
 

349. A Sure Bite, Taney Co. Mo  Made by G. E. Hall, Gretna, Mo stamped on back

  351. Fishing - Branson, Mo.
352. Compton Ferry, Branson Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen. According to a daughter and granddaughter, the men in the photo are (left-to-right): [1] Mr. Compton, [2] Harrison Collins (b. 1837, son of Solomon Collins), [3] William Harrison Collins. Photo was taken about 1909. Harrison Collins was an old time Baptist preacher and walked or rode a horse to his church services. His son William Harrison Collins was also a preacher at the Christian Union Church. William Harrison Collins and his wife Tarissa Caroline Martin lived on their farm near Branson, Mo.
353. Roark Creek, Taney County, Mo eb
354. Commercial Street, Branson, Mo. Courtesy Dennis Ragan
355. Commercial St Branson Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  356. Commercial St. Branson, Mo.
357. River View From Branson Heights. eb
  358. Cattle Scene Taney Co Mo.  Made by G. E. Hall, Gretna, Mo stamped on back 
359. The Boat Yard Branson Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen  Made by G. E. Hall, Gretna, Mo stamped on back 
  360. View From "Table Rock"  Made by G. E. Hall Gretna, MO stamped on back 
  361. White River from ‘Table Rock’  PM Hollister 11/2/07 
362[a]. White River View From Maine Club House,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  362[b]. Presbyterian Church Branson Mo.  PM  Branson 1/3/12 
  363. Fishing Near Table Rock
  364. Beautiful Turkey Creek Taney Co. Mo.  PM  Hollister 8/22/13 
365. Mouth Of Turkey Creek Taney Co. Mo.  Courtesy Larry Allen  PM Hollister 7/23/09 
366. Crossing White River, Branson, Mo.  Courtesy Dave Hadsell
  367. White River From Bluff Branson Mo  Made by G. E. Hall, Notch, Mo stamped on back 
368. Lake Taneycomo Bridges,  Courtesy Larry Allen
369. Lake Taneycomo Drive,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  370. "The Mo Ark" - White River - Branson, Mo.
  372. White River Ry. Bridge Branson Mo.  PM Branson 12/14/11 
  373. White River Ry Bridge, Branson, Mo.
374 [a]. Hoisting Cedar from White River, Branson, MO: for the American Lead Pencil Co. Courtesy Larry Allen
  374 [b]. The Commercial Hotel, Branson, Mo.
  375.  The American Lead Pencil Co’s Factory, Branson, Mo.
  378. The Hawkins Ferry - White River, Branson, Mo.
380. Boating On Lake Taneycomo- Branson Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
381. R. Parnell Steps Along Mt. Branson On Lake Taneycomo, Branson, Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  381 [b]. Ranch House, O'Dell Ranch- Stone Co. Mo.
382. Lake Taneycomo- Branson Mo.,  Courtesy Larry Allen
  382 [b]. Log Cabin Scene, O'Dell Ranch, Stone Co. Mo.
  383. Residence, Hollister, Mo.
  383 [b]. Ranch House, O'Dell Ranch, Stone Co. Mo.
  386. Angora Goats on the O'Dell Ranch, Stone Co. Mo.
  387. Stock Barn, O'Dell Ranch, Stone Co. Mo.
  388. White River Ry Trussel, Stone Co. Mo.
  389. White River Ry. Cut, Stone Co. Mo.
  391. View Across The Hills On Railey Creek, Stone Co. Mo.
 

393. Riverside Park, Branson, Mo.

  394. Lake Taneycomo, Branson, Mo.
 

396. Branson Mo From Lake Branson

  398. The Lakeside Drive Way- Branson, Mo.
  399. Bridge Over Lake Taneycome, Branson, Mo.
  #??  White River Near Branson Heights, Galena Mo. to Branson Float
In 1916 George 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.

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