A new selection for those interested in local history.

Waynesville, Missouri, county seat of Pulaski County, began the decade of the 1940s with a population of 468 citizens. The only paved street in the small village was Route 66 on the south side of the town square. There were no city utilities nor health services, except for the local doctor. Then came the construction of Fort Leonard Wood. Before the decade was over, the rustic village had been transformed into a modern town. This volume details the changes that occurred during World War II.

Softcover Index 214 pages




Available locally at: Pulaski County Tourism Bureau (St. Robert); Lone Oak Printing (Waynesville); Eclectic Originals (Waynesville); Old Stagecoach Stop (Waynesville); and Route 66 Community Art Gallery (Buckhorn).

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