One never knows what will crop up on eBay, the world's online marketplace. It seems historical items have been a trend related to .
Here are a few finds:
- Anyone remember the Truitt Brothers Restaurant in Eureka? This postcard from it, which appears to be taken in the autumn, is offered for $5.50.
- A baseball card featured Brandon Smith from Eureka at Southeast Missouri State University. Suggested price is $1.95.
- A postcard highlighting the Assumption Cornonation Grotto in Eureka. Suggested price is $1.75. Anyone know what year the grotto was finished?
- Apparently singer Ronnie McDowell lent his band to raising funds for flood recovery in Eureka during 1983. This newspaper clipping indicates McDowell's band performed a fundraising concert for local flood victims. The concert was co-sponsored by Bi-State American Red Cross and 55 KSD Radio. Suggested price is $5.
- A nice duotone photo of the historic McLanhan Dining Hall at the in Eureka is available for $15.
- Here's an item for anyone who graduated from in 1987. A copy of the Eurekana yearbook from that year is for sale for $39.95.
- International sellers from Hong Kong also offer customized Eureka items through a series of signs and neon signs. A photo of the sellers' "I Luv Eureka, MO" accompanies this article. A neon sign about can be purchased for $18.99. A Eureka city limit sign also is available for $18.99.