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Log cabin completed by Nathan Boone about 1837 Greene County Sesquicentennial 1833 - 1963
Founded February 7, 1961 in Fairbanks Hall Kitchen Then Phi Kappa Sigma (national) Beta Kappa Chapter 1961-1983
Erected in 1876, stood 15 feet from this site until 1978. The hall was given to Drury by Mr. Charles Fairbanks of Tunbridge Wells, England as a memorial to his son, Walter. Fairbanks served Drury proudly as a home for over two thousand Drury stu…
[Side A] These mounds mark the site of pre-historic Indian homes. They are believed to represent the remains of thatch-roofed circular adobe huts, similar to those now built by the Mandan Indians. Thousands of similar mounds are widely scattere…
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that natio…
Across from this site stood Fort No. 5, the second largest of five forts built around Springfield. By January 8, 1863, the fort was only partially finished. It served only as a rallying point during the battle. From this point and along St. Loui…
This is the site of Civil War entrenchments used in defense of Springfield. 200 yards north is the site of Indian mounds. 200 feet south stood the Drury Academy building. Across this site ran the Ridge Road to St. Louis.
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Born October 23, 1928 in St. Louis, MOto Frank and Lillian (Onder) KadlecMarried to Mary Agnes "Dolly" Jacobi on February 3, 1951Father to Judy, Peggy, John and Joan Graduated from St. Mary's Catholic High School, earning All-City, All-District…
Born June 29, 1949 in Canton, Ohioto John and Evelyn DierdorfMarried to Debbie Grzywacz on November 2, 1979Father to Dan, Kristen, Dana and Katherine Played at the University of Michigan where he was named to seven All-American Teams his Senior…