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J. Floyd Caffey (1892-1980) did not appear to be a man of great historical deeds. Nevertheless, he was a leader of his community, a man to tur…

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Highway 66, in its early years, was like a river across the Midwest and southwest part of the nation. It meandered across wide areas; its bypa…

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Midway Camp was located on Route 66, 180 miles west of St. Louis and 125 miles east of the Oklahoma state line, in Phillipsburg, Missouri. The…

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Prior to the construction of Route 66, traffic on Missouri Highway 14 passed through the town of Phillipsburg virtually unnoticed by the resid…

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I decided, when I was 40 years old, that I wanted to start a small business on Highway 66 in the Ozarks. In June of 1947, I started out from t…

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The view from the Cedar Bluff Resort was magnificent. The resort was started in 1913 in the 2-story, 8-room home of my parents G.E. and Laura …

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