Ozark Wesleyan College (former), now Congregation of the Mother of the Redeemer, 1900 South Grand Avenue
Former Ozark Wesleyan College Administration and Classroom building.
One of 2 entrance columns in front of building donated by Q P Club, a booster group, affiliated with Ozark Wesleyan College. Marian Louisa Powers Winchester, Powers Museum benefactor, was a member of this club when she attended the college.
Ozark Wesleyan College, c 1926
Our Lady of the Ozarks, c 1960
1925 Football Schedule for Ozark Wesleyan College on display during 2017's 175th Anniversary of Carthage exhibit at the Powers Museum.
Digitization on CLIO is part of Powers Museum's "Digital Carthage" project in honor of Carthage's 175th Anniversary Celebration (March 28, 2017 through March 27, 2018).
Funding for the Walking in the Wards tour was made possible by a grant from the Missouri Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities, Spring 2017.
Advertisement for OWC found in c 1927 promotional booklet "Carthage Missouri The Open Gateway to the Ozarks" published by the Carthage Chamber of Commerce.
Powers Museum Vertical Files: Ozark Weselyan College, NYA in Carthage, Marian Days.
Utter, Wade and Hansford, Michele Newton for Powers Museum. Images of America: Carthage, Missouri 1940-1990. Charleston SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2013.