Sunday, October 13, 2019

July 20 1978, Rich Hill Mining Review Class 1978 Reunion

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Rich Hill Firetruck (1926) Still for sale

Thank you so much for your blog! Attached are recent pictures of the 1926 Firetruck. I would like to give  Rich Hill citizens another opportunity to purchase this piece of history as it will not be available after 927/2019. I am very willing to take less than the $10,000 appraisal in its current condition as my family would like it to go back to Rich Hill verses another buyer. 

Thank you, 

 Michele Malik














The Back of the Picture says Cory Gordon and Lee Gordon

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Wheatley Book Keeping (Mining Review May 23, 1974)

Wheatley Book Keeping (Mining Review May 23, 1974)
Terry Wheatley has purchased the building where his business and MFA Insurance are located. The outside has been painted two shades of brown recently.Terry said he plans to put on a shingle awning and box in the white portion of the front with wood.

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

1950 and 1952 Rich Hill High School pictures from Yearbook

1950 Rich Hill High School Yearbook


1952 Rich Hill High School Yearbook


Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Another picture of the 1926 Fire Truck

The Back of the Picture says Cory Gordon and Lee Gordon


Monday, July 8, 2019

1926 Rich Hill Fire Truck for sale in August

From Robert Woodall Facebook
These series of pictures are of Rich Hill Mo new fire truck tey purchased new in 1926. It is coming up for sale the first weekend in August in Independence Mo. 
Sign says;This is a Fargo Truck with a Chrysler Motor. It was Purchased new by the City of Rich Hill Mo.in 1926 from the Boyer Truck Co. of Logansport Indiana and served as the City's only Fire Truck until 1951   When Acquired by its present owner the actual mileage was 1200 miles 










Thursday, May 23, 2019

Klumpp House Picture From Kay Thompson

Kay Thompson sent me this picture of a postcard of the Klumpp House 
Kay said that she found this Postcard in her great Aunts box of her things that she had saved. Upon speaking with Dixie Glynn the house pictured above was where their house now stands. The original Klumpp house burnt down around 1910. When they built the house that the Glynn's currently live in, they tried to build the new house as close as they could in resemblance to the original Klumpp  house.