College of the Ozarks
Title:
College of the Ozarks
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located near Branson, 417-334-6411. The beautiful College of the Ozarks campus is home to 1500 students who work on campus, rather than pay for a quality liberal arts education. Informally known as "Hard Work U," all student educational plans are constructed in Christian values with the mission of academic, cultural, vocational, patriotic, and spiritual growth for each student. The result is that the College of the Ozarks is consistently recognized as one of the nations top liberal arts colleges


The School of the Ozarks - Entrance
Title:
The School of the Ozarks - Entrance
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The School of the Ozarks Point Lookout, Mo. 65726 These gates on U.S. Highway 65 open upon the 1800 acre campus on The School of the Ozarks at Point Lookout, Missouri. Here over 1,000 students are working in campus industries and services to earn their way to college degrees



The Nettie Marie Jones Learing Center
Title:
The Nettie Marie Jones Learing Center
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
at The School of the Ozarks


Memorial Hall
Title:
Memorial Hall
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Girl's dormitory, given anonymously by a friend, in memory of her mother. The School of the Ozarks, Point Lookout (near Hollister), Missouri



Henry T. Bailey, M. D., Science Building
Title:
Henry T. Bailey, M. D., Science Building
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
The School of the Ozarks near Hollister at Point Lookout, Missouri


Clay E. Jordan Music Building
Title:
Clay E. Jordan Music Building
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Clay E. Jordan Music Building where band, instrumental, piano and vocal music are taught, also has an auditorium. The School of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, Missouri



Josephine Armstrong McDonald Hospital
Title:
Josephine Armstrong McDonald Hospital
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
also houses library and senior girls' dormitory, The School of the Ozarks


McDonald Shop, The School of the Ozarks
Title:
McDonald Shop, The School of the Ozarks
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused



Williams Memorial Chapel And Hyer Bell Tower
Title:
Williams Memorial Chapel And Hyer Bell Tower
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 8C-K3088 The School of the Ozarks, Built of Limestone from the School's own quarry, the beautiful Chapel was dedicated in 1958. Visitors from far and wide come here to hear the “Bells of the Ozarks”. The Carillon of 96 bells is the largest in the World.


Ralph Foster Museum The School Of The Ozarks
Title:
Ralph Foster Museum The School Of The Ozarks
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 581406 The Ralph Foster Museum, known as “The Smithsonian of the Ozarks”, is an educational, scientific and historical institution devoted to the history of Man in the Ozarks reging it is an eucational adjunct ot The School of the Ozarks region. It is an educational adjunct to the School of the Ozarks, and is open to the public There is admission charge.



Friendship House, U. S. Highway 65
Title:
Friendship House, U. S. Highway 65
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Friendship House on U.S. Highway 65 at Point Lookout, Mo. (65726) south of Branson and Hollister, is the reception center for The School of the Ozarks where every student is working his way through college. Friendship House contains The Rose O'Neill dining room, gift shop, weaving studio, candle works, barber and beauty shop.


Memorial Library
Title:
Memorial Library
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
College of the school of the Ozarks. 2 miles south of Branson, on U. S. Highway 65.



Williams Memorial Chapel And Hyer Bell Tower The School Of The Ozarks
Title:
Williams Memorial Chapel And Hyer Bell Tower The School Of The Ozarks
Point Lookout Missouri (MO), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 8CK3088 Built of Limestone from the School's own quarry, the beautiful Chapel was dedicated in 1958. Visitors from far and wide come here to hear the “Bells of the Ozarks”. The Carillon of 96 bells is the largest in the World.




Total: 13 Items