Challis-Dysart Family, Papers, , C 0. Commission bears impression of the Missouri State Seal. Also included are computer discs with photographs, audio remembrances, and audio from the concert, as well as two copies of "Joint Effort," an album created by patrons of the Chez in The documents in the collection include information about baptisms, marriages, funerals, expenses, visiting preachers, and dismissals. The records of the Church of Christ pertain to business meetings, church proceedings, and membership lists. The records are incomplete because of large gaps in the material.
The records are photocopies from the Liberty Church volumes. Leaders of the Church of Christ have re-numbered the pages to fit their records organization. Church Women United in Missouri, Columbia Unit, Records, , C 4 cubic feet folders The records of a Columbia, Missouri, women's church organization, which contains newsletters, reports, directories, membership materials, meeting minutes, notes, financial records, history, scrapbooks, photographs, and miscellaneous material. City of Rocheport Mo. Clark, Dave P. Includes office calendars and expense ledgers, reference files, architectural monographs and serial publications, photographs, drawings, sketches, specifications, correspondence, lists of contractors, resource catalogs, and miscellaneous papers.
Postcards of Centralia, Columbia, and St. Cochran, Betty Holmes, The Cecile Taylor Circle of King's Daughters, , , 1 folder Brief history of how the group was formed, its members, officers and projects, and creation of an offspring chapter. Coffman, John W. Colby, James M. Coleman, O. Coleman contain speeches and articles by a soil specialist with the Agricultural Extension Service of the University of Missouri and director of Missouri county soil testing laboratories.
Collette, Elmon Laurence, Scrapbook, P photographs Scrapbook and photographs of the University of Missouri taken by Elmon Laurence Collette while he attended the university as an engineering student, Columbia, ca. Columbia, Lyceum, Petition, Columbia Chorale Columbia, Mo. Records, CA 8. Founded as the Ad Hoc Singers in June Columbia Civic Orchestra Columbia, Mo.
Records, CA 1 cubic foot 41 CDs, 2 oversize items Records of a volunteer group dedicated to presenting and preserving high-quality symphonic music. Includes organizational records, publications, and audio recordings of performances. Columbia Club, Columbia, Missouri, Book, , C 1 volume Articles of association, by-laws, house rules, members, officers, and committees of a club to promote social intercourse and intellectual culture. Columbia Cooperative Shipping Association, Columbia, Missouri, Certificate of Incorporation, , C 1 folder Certificate of incorporation granted by the State of Missouri for non-profit cooperative agricultural purposes for fifty years.
Signed by Charles U. Becker, Missouri Secretary of State, on 11 April A television program about the 75th anniversary of the League of Women Voters. Includes minutes, publications, correspondence, committee files and other materials. Columbia League of Women Voters, Records, CA 1 linear foot Addition of scrapbooks containing photographs, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous. Also includes records of the organization from , Materials are from the "Impact on the Issues" series.
Columbia Missourian, Photographs, P 1. Material pertaining to membership, fund raising, exchange visits, library contributions, and sponsorship of students. Includes clippings, correspondence, newsletters, photographs and slides, publicity materials, race results, and miscellaneous records. Columbia Tribune, Photographs, ca.
Conley-Miller Family, Papers, , C 5. Includes correspondence, business and legal papers, travel materials and miscellaneous. Columbia Art League Columbia, Mo. Course titles include "Peace Tactics," "Beginning Crochet," "Hitchhiking Discussion," "Mysticism," and "Community Radio," among a variety of other counterculture subjects. Includes annual reports, minutes, correspondence, and financial records. Connaway, John Waldo, Scroll, , C 1 folder Scroll presented to Connaway in recognition of his service to the University of Missouri in agricultural education and research.
The material concerns churches located in Boone County, but includes other Missouri counties as well.
Cope, W. Robert, Papers CG 1. Robert Cope contain notes, outlines, and final examinations produced as a student at the University of Missouri-School of Law from to Copher and Stidham Family, Records, C 0. The volume contains both original records and transcriptions created by J. Couch, Mrs. James R.
Cowan, Donna, Scrapbooks, , C 0. The Missouri Girls State was sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Missouri, which provided Missouri girls citizenship training in order for them to better understand and participate in the functioning of the government. Crighton, John, Photograph Collection, P 0. Crighton, John C. Crittenden describes the Texas-Missouri football game in Mexico City and compares Mexican cadets with American students.
Cross, Mrs. Cecil E. Cullins, Peter K. Louis, and the World's Fair. Curtis, Roy Emerson , Papers, , C 0. Papers contain correspondence related to academic courses, faculty, students and jobs. Some business questionnaires and conference programs. Curtis, Winterton Conway , Papers, , C 2. Also included is professional correspondence, , of George Lefevre, professor of zoology at the University of Missouri.
Curtis, Winterton Conway , Papers, C Published articles by other authors from Curtis' collection, a few personal letters, and photographs. Also by-laws and business correspondence of the Westmount Civic Improvement Association, Dains, Mary Kathy, Photographs, P 3 folders Photographs of Columbia, MO, the University of Missouri , including extensive coverage of Ellis Library construction in the s , and historic sites and structures across Missouri.
Dains also completed photography as part of her work at the State Historical Society of Missouri; see P for photos taken in that capacity. Dalton, Walter William , Papers, , C 0. Dalton, Warren R. Collection largely consists of material pertaining to his writings, including research, correspondence, and drafts. Also includes some family material, including correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Walter William Dalton. Darrough, James T. Also included are oral history interviews conducted in Denslow, William, Photograph Collection, P photographs Photographic prints of events from ca.
Louis World's Fair including construction of various buildings and people, Macon and Trenton scenes and scenes of Washington, D. Campbell property in Columbia, MO. Westing includes history of the organization, photographs, writings, and clippings, List of the ministers present, the congregations represented, and those represented in but not in The correspondence and legal papers concern Jerre S.
Dorsey during the Civil War. The miscellaneous papers include memorabilia of Columbia, Missouri, the University of Missouri, and a souvenir of Mark Twain's 70th birthday at Delmonico's in The volume is an illustrated atlas of Boone County, Missouri, from , with handwritten notations. Dorsey, J. Douglass Family, Collection, , C 1. Douglass, J. Douglass to charges by Judge Persinger during the Boone County court elections in Douglass, Joseph L. Douglass, a commercial photographer in Columbia Missouri ca.
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Includes images of the ruins of Academic Hall, the University of Missouri campus, and portraits of students and Columbia residents. The papers document the families' involvement in politics, farming and orchards, lead mining and smelting, the Civil War, and frontier life in Missouri, the Dakota Territory, and several western states. Dubansky, Bettyann Papers C 2. Duncan, Herbert E. Duncan consist of architectural drawings drafted between and These buildings were primarily built in Kansas and Missouri and were designed and constructed by Herbert E.
The bulk of the collection consists of residential buildings.
Eastman, Roger D. Also contains a variety of Missouri maps, several photographs, and materials relating to development on the Meramec River. Edom, Cliffton C. Edwards Family, Papers, CA 0. Much of the material pertains to John M. Charles, St. Louis, Warren and Wayne Counties. Returns for state senator in Wayne County and circuit attorney in Rives and St. Louis Counties. Ellis, Elmer , Interview, , C 2 folders The collection contains an interview with the president of the University of Missouri.
Included is information concerning accomplishments at the University, other positions held, and thoughts on improving educational opportunities in Missouri. Also included is an article based on the interview. Gives the university library committee authorization to change the library's classification system from Dewey Decimal to Library of Congress. Ellis, Elmer , Papers, , C 1. Materials pertain to departmental and University matters, accreditation of high schools and colleges, the publication of his books, Henry Moore Teller: Defender of the West and Mr.
Eslinger, Lucille, Collection, CA 0. Estevez, Victor, Collection, , C 0. Evans, Rella Bright , Papers, , C 2. Main names researched are Bright, Carter, and Haden. Information on many other families is included. Ewing, E. Also includes research material on the Mountain Meadows Massacre in Utah in Faust, Martin L. Faust, professor of political science at the University of Missouri, contain a book on personal materials compiled by Faust, and two student papers. Fessenden, Edwin Allan, Scrapbook, , C 2 folders The papers of Edwin Allan Fessenden contain some schoolwork and one scrapbook documenting his time at the University of Missouri in the early s.
Documents especially cover the period from the s to In addition, this collection contains drafts and notes by Mary K. Dains for her history of the First Christian Church published in Her research includes interview recordings with church members. First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, Missouri, Records, , C 6 volumes, 1 box The records contain record books of minutes of session, church members, communicants, church officers, ministers, baptism, marriage and death records. Papers taken from church cornerstone, Tenth and Broadway, Columbia, Missouri and reports of the Church Cornerstone Committee Fitzgerald, W.
Lyle , Papers, , C 2. Lyle Fitzgerald Papers contain the correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, books, pamphlets, awards, announcements, and miscellaneous material of a soldier who fought in the Pacific Theatre during the Second World War. Folklore Genre, Collection, , CA 0. Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, CA 5 folders, 3 volumes Scrapbook, membership lists, records of newcomers' group, treasurer's records and miscellaneous files. Committee and officer's reports, board meeting minutes, bulletins, financial records, correspondence, membership lists, and newspaper clippings, Scrapbook containing photographs, newspaper clippings, and club bulletins, Also contains yearly club programs, , and a video recording of events.
Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, CA 2 volumes Addition of scrapbooks containing bulletins and photographs of club activities, Friendship Christian Church, Records, , C 0. See also C, Church of Christ at Friendship membership record. Hetzler, are also in the papers. The papers include material on radio, movie musicals, the USO, theater and club appearances, television, and popular music of the s through the s.
Includes genealogical correspondence and notes; family group pedigree sheets; biographical records; photographs of grave stones; and original and photocopied primary sources such as death certificates, marriages, obituaries, wills, deeds, and court documents. Fyfer, John K. Diplomas signed by R. Jesse, president, and faculty member of the departments of engineering, physics and math.
Gardner, Hugh R. Garth, William W. Louis and central Missouri includes correspondence, news clippings, genealogical material, and miscellaneous material. Gentry, North Todd , Papers, C 4. Anecdotes, articles, speeches, and biographical sketches about events, people, and places in Columbia, Boone County, and Missouri. Family papers, correspondence, and some legal and business material. Gentry, North Todd , Appointments, , C 1 folder The collection contains appointments as a notary public and deputy attorney general; and to the Society of the Sons of the Revolution, to the commission to revise Missouri statutes, and to the Board of Curators of the University of Missouri.
Also includes transcription with biographical information. Gentry, Thomas B. Includes essays on history, philosophy, and other topics studied at the school. Gillaspy, James C. Also includes the account book of Thomas J. Gillispie, David C. Glasgow, Nathan, Papers, , C 9 folders The papers contain correspondence, receipts, promissory notes, receipts for sale of slaves, land surveys, deeds, indentures, and a book of mathematic examples of John A. Goebel, K. Bruce, Papers, CA Includes oversize drawings and corresponding job files. This country church faithfully recorded its religious activities, pastors, financial transactions, membership, mission contributions, and social gatherings.
The gathering was in the home of Mr. In addition to the young participants, Debbye Turner, reigning Miss America, was present. Clearly enumerated are tenants, rental fees, operating expenses, assets and liabilities. Guitar, Mary Jane, Letters, , C 1 folder The collection contains two letters, one to Jane Austin, Carrollton, MO, , regarding health of family and friends and the changes taking place in Columbia; and one to Odon Guitar, , regarding deaths of friends and family news.
Guitar, Sarah , Collection, n. Guitar, Sarah , Papers, , C 1. Includes one card box of reference notes. Hahn, Robert C. Hale, Mrs. Allean, Collection, P 1 folder Various images of Columbia and views of sororities and fraternities. Hardin was secretary of the board of managers of the State Lunatic Asylum. Harris Family, Photographs, c. Two folders contain postcards, a few letters, and announcements.
The collection is a vivid portrait of black family and social life in Boone County, MO. Harris, E. Peebel's Saloon, Columbia, MO. Harshbarger Family Papers, CA Naval records, farm records, real estate records, clippings, songbooks, sheet music, and audio recordings of a Boone County, Missouri, family.
Hawley, J. She volunteered with the Benedictine sisters and eventually joined the order in Includes correspondence with prisoners, notebooks, and limited photographs. Hedlund, Dr. Riley; Alpha Phi sorority materials; correspondence from family and friends; and funeral materials of her mother, Cora Hart. Henley, A. Henley and eight associates, all of Boone County, Missouri, on a monthly installment plan, from James F. Hickam, Ezekiel Comer , Papers, , C 0.
Also contains a book of Lycurgus P. Hickam, his son, listing construction workers on a Boone County road, Hill, Richard M.
Hindman, Darwin, Papers, C 1. Historic Inventory of Columbia, Missouri, P 0. Includes negatives and listing of locations and businesses. Hoagland, Dan B. Hodkins, Rev. Patrick's Day ceremonies with engineering fraternity kneeling before St. Patrick, March Horner Family Photographs, P 21 photographs Photos of the Horner family, primarily of Columbia, and extended family members. Housing Authority of the City of Columbia, Missouri, Records, CA 26 cubic feet Records of the organization include home surveys and photographs of urban renewal areas, disposition of properties, HUD board minutes, hearings, retreats, audio cassettes, newspaper clippings, and correspondence.
Hyde, E. Clarendon, Papers, CA Addition of personal correspondence, subject files related to the Episcopal Church, race relations and civic affairs in Columbia, MO, the University of Missouri, and miscellaneous material; ss. Hyde, Mary Ruth , Papers, , C 2. International Women of Columbia Records C 0. Generally, women who were wives of husbands working at the University or attending the University, but also for women who were working at or attending the University themselves. The organization provided help which included English language assistance, various social events, child care, advice on renting an apartment, opening a bank account, obtaining a driver's license, and tips on shopping at local stores.
The organization provided hostesses, many of whom were also from other countries, but had been in the U. S awhile, to assist other foreign women living in Columbia. Jackson, Sarah Belle , Papers, , C 0. The papers also contain news articles regarding the racial tensions in Columbia, including police reports and social response to the Kimberly Linzie case in Jacobs, George Rodney, , Account Book, , C 1 volume The records contain accounts due, personal notes, inventories of land held in Boone and contiguous counties, rents received for slaves hired out, salaries paid out, lists of production of tobacco by slaves for two years, and personal letters to family and friends.
James, David A. Jesse, Richard Henry , Papers, , C 1 folder The papers of Richard Henry Jesse contain 39 letters to the president of the University of Missouri from high school principals in answer to Jesse's inquiries about student cheating. John G. Neihardt Corral of the Westerners Collection, C 0. Neihardt Corral of the Westerners Group.
Johnson, C. Johnson contain genealogical research material on the Johnson and other related families. The material includes genealogical correspondence, research notes, transcriptions, family lineage charts, wills, deeds and abstracts. Johnson, Oliver R. Johnston, Eva , Papers, n. Johnston, Harriet D.
Also included are miscellaneous printed materials and photographs. Jutton, John, Scrapbook, , C 3 folders The collection contains a scrapbook compiled for a journalism class. Also includes miscellaneous quizzes. Kalleberg, Arthur L. Kalleberg contain personal and departmental records and correspondence relating to the resignation of University president C.
Brice Ratchford, the organization of the University of Missouri-Columbia Chapter of the National Educational Association and the suspension of visiting associate professor of political science Patrick T. Kalleberg was a University of Missouri professor of political science. Keathley, Clarence, Photograph Collection, P 0. Keeton, Henry R. Describes Civil War split in church. Kinder, A. Aven , Papers, , CG 0. King, Martin Luther, Jr.
King in Columbia, MO. King, Roy T. Many of the photographs in this collection are by Leon Waughtel. John Rogers Betty Cockran, October 13, King's Daughters, Kate Thompson Circle, Columbia, Missouri, Records, CA 1 folder Minutes of meetings, , ; program, ; constitution and by-laws, and miscellaneous pamphlets. Photo of Robert E. Lee Elementary 5th grade class, ca. Kitchens, Nelle, Papers, , C 1 folder Tax receipt, post card, letter, and photographs. Lacy, Archibaldus J. The diploma is signed by professors of the medical school.
Ladenson, Paul W. Dartmouth College senior requesting letters to congressmen in opposition to the involvement of U. Lang, Mrs. Howard, Sr. Laws, Samuel S. Proposals for change in selection of University of Missouri board of curators and administrative heads. League of Women Voters of Columbia-Boone County, Missouri, Records, CA 27 linear feet Organizational correspondence, minutes of meetings, and financial records, and reports, studies, and background material related to local conditions in housing, criminal justice, sanitation, and government, ss.
Lee, Richard L. Lenoir family in Boone County, Missouri, describing the life of early settlers, prospects for Missouri, and growth of Columbia. Education, farming, land, slaves, churches, and family are also discussed. Description of Columbia and the surrounding country. Includes list of recreational facilities and organizations, outlines needs of Columbia, and suggests solutions. Lewandowski, Christopher J.
Papers, R 0. Lhamon, William Jefferson , Papers, , C 36 folders, 4 volumes, oversize, 1. Typescripts of Lhamon's essays on religion and a short autobiography. Clippings include Lhamon's articles and editorials for religious periodicals as well as sermon synopses from newspapers. This collection focuses geographically on mid-Missouri and St. Lively, Mrs. Charles E. Logan, Edgar H. Photos of Mercer Co. Long, James A. Long contain letters from Long to his family in Manchester, St. Rollins' gubernatorial campaign, and family news. Letter discusses local news and neighborhood events.
Lyon, Duane Evans , Scrapbooks, , C 2 oversize volumes The scrapbooks of a Missouri graphic artist contain original art, programs, exhibit announcements, correspondence, photographs, clippings; American Legion convention banquet, souvenir menu art, architectural home designs, contest ribbons, and other miscellaneous artwork. Marcou, David, Photographs, P 19 photographs Photographs by David Marcou, a photojournalist and art photographer, of Missouri scenes and historic sites. Marine Corps League, Smedley Butler Detachment of Missouri, Columbia, Papers, C 11 folders The papers contain minutes, correspondence, bank statements, canceled checks, receipts, membership rolls, and state and local officers' lists; national, state and local publications; ritual book; copy of constitution and by-laws; and miscellaneous paraphernalia of a Columbia, Missouri, chapter.
The letters discuss legal opinions on the use of donations for a University of Missouri library building. Matthews Family, Papers, , n. Matthews, and two letters written during the Civil War by James L. Matthews, Jack , Papers, C 3. The papers also include information regarding community organizations that Matthews was active with during his career and retirement. Maupin, Thomas C. Maupin refuting charges of immorality made against him during the election for sheriff of Boone County, MO.
Rollins, Columbia, MO, from Dr. Mainly real photo postcards of University of Missouri students, but includes photos of a pageant in Forest Park St. Louis and the St. Louis Cardinals, ca. McNeil, Burton L. McNeil, photographer for Julie's Studio. Images of a visit from Harry S Truman, who was receiving an honorary degree from the University of Missouri and was the commencement speaker.
Mellon brought his family from Virginia to Missouri. He wrote his mother about the trip, arrival in Columbia, health, rent, soil, land and commodity prices. He purchased a acre farm with improvements. Inquiries about family and friends. Includes workshop materials, grant files, newsletters, financial records, and administrative files. Miller, George C. Joseph, MO. Miller-Stephens Family Papers, , C 0. Miller family and the E. Stephens family, as well as Personal, business, and civic letters of Hugh Stephens.
Several letters from to , one letter, then resumes with a few Civil War letters. Traces the courtship of Nick E. Miller and Sallie ""Birdie"" Fisher until their marriage in Also includes the foreign travel letters of James H. Moss, a relative of the Stephens family. Minor, James L. Request to Boone County circuit court clerk for information about the Mormon difficulties, for state publication by secretary of state's office.
Letter enclosing certified copy of an act passed by the 12th General Assembly and approved by Governor Thomas Reynolds. Act amended the practice of law and established the terms of Missouri circuit and justice courts and the St. Louis court of common pleas. Miscellaneous Handbills, , C 1 folder The papers contain a handbill from the University of Missouri Student Association, urging people to vote 7 March on Columbia, Missouri, city charter amendments, sewer bond issue, and the General Telephone Company franchise, and one handbill announcing a meeting of the Socialist Study Group on U.
Imperialism and the Third World, 22 April Papers include constitution and bylaws, applications for and articles of incorporation, minutes of meetings, and scrapbooks on state and local chapter activities. The collection consists of digitally recorded interviews, audio logs, and photographs. Missouri Division of Tourism, Photographs, P 0. Many of the photographs were taken in mid-Missouri, but images of notable race horses of the early to midth century are also included.
Broadacres Farm in Liberty, Missouri, is heavily featured. The records include audio cassettes, compact discs, and transcripts. The records include audio cassettes, CDs, audio logs, and transcripts. Missouri Extension Homemakers Association, Inc. Includes cultural arts reports, church histories, floor plans, architectural details, clippings, slides, photographs, and miscellany. Missouri Forestry, Records, , R 2.
White , Osal B. Capps , and Jerry Presley This includes materials related to Smokey Bear, fire safety, and the promotion of science, practice, and standards of forestry. The collection includes digitally recorded interviews and transcripts of the interviews. The collection consists of digitally recorded interviews, transcripts, and ephemera. Missouri National Guard, Photographs, P 0. Also includes copies of the Chapter's newsletter, "The Hawthorn News", bylaws, minutes of board meetings, and membership lists. Missouri United Methodist Church, Columbia, Missouri, Records, CA 1 linear foot Addition of yearbooks, church registers, conference reports, architectural specifications and photographs of the Missouri Methodist Church.
Missouri United Methodist Church, Columbia, Missouri, Records, CA 7 linear feet Bulletins, church histories, membership directories, correspondence, minutes, reports, legal documents, photographs, and miscellany. The records include audio, video, interview logs, and some transcripts. Missouri, Boone County. Arnold, president, and W. Woodson, clerk, June 22, Circuit Court Records, , C 22 folders, xerox copies, 0. Pratt, King Follett, and others resulting from the Mormon War.
King requesting that William Rowland and several others indicted for kidnapping slaves be discharged from further prosecution. Courthouse, Columbia, Architectural Drawings, , C 1 oversize folder The collection contains design plans for the expansion of the courthouse, drawn by Marshall and Brown of Kansas City. Court Papers, , C 1 folder The collection contains two letters to the judges of the Boone County court as a court of appeals, from James Shannon, president of the University of Missouri, George H.
Matthews, professor of Languages, and W. Hudson, July 24 and August 2, The letters request relief from the unconstitutional taxation of the salaries of University of Missouri officers. Recorder of Deeds, Records, , C 2 linear feet Land grants, deeds, wills, and mortgages recorded in Boone County.
As research on and around the literary output of Native Americans flourishes as never before, this new four-volume collection, co-published by Routledge and Edition Synapse, meets the need for an authoritative reference work to help users answer these and other questions, and generally to make sense of the subject's vast literature and a continuing explosion in research output. Even so, pluralists were supposed to live in the parish for some of the time, and appoint curates, but the temptation was to avoid doing so or pay as little as possible to get maximum benefit from all their livings. It is easy to see of Dickens now that he was the right man; but a man might have been very well excused if he had not realised  that the Sketches was the right book. Reprinted Kansas City U. Some are full of character, some almost too perfect, some botched jobs. In the same way the whole substance and spirit of Thackeray might be gathered under the general title Vanity Fair. Likewise, the following changes were made to Pococke's capitalisation: all elements of an encoded place-name were capitalised when in lowercase in the text; a capital letter in a word other a than noun after a semicolon was changed to lowercase.
Arranged chronologically by decade, alphabetically by seller within each decade. Deposition and will of Ira Nash in early court case, Minutes and premium book of the Boone County Agricultural and Mechanical Society, , Registration books for physicians, surgeons, dentists and osteopaths, Books listing marks and brands and dog registrations for Boone County.
Sheriff's Sale Notice, , C 1 folder Notice of sale of real estate by auction as directed by the Boone County circuit court, May term, Baker, sheriff, Boone County, MO. Missouri, Centralia, Centennial Celebration, , C 6 folders Research notes and typed drafts of histories of many of Centralia's clubs, businesses, institutions, and prominent citizens, compiled for the city's centennial celebration in Missouri, Columbia.
Black Community Photographs, c. Missouri, Columbia, Ordinance Notices, n. Printed on cloth. Missouri, Columbia, "Report of the Commission on Adolescent Behavior, ", C 1 folder The papers contain the Commission's recommendations for adolescent behavior in dating, recreation, dress, drinking, smoking, and driving, and suggestions to parents.
Financial report of Water and Light Company, , and a picture of John Belcher's store on Broadway in the s.
Most questions were answered in full. Arranged alphabetically by family name. There is some advertising on the covers.
General Assembly, 13th, State University Visitation Committee, Report, , C 1 folder Report gives brief history of the University, founding, finances, relationship with legislature, and recommended legislation. Senator Sinclair Kirtley was committee chairman. Joint chairmen were James S. Rollins for the Senate and Waldo P. Johnson for the House. Missouri, Persia. Missouri, Rocheport. Town Board Records, , C 3 folders Minutes of meetings of town board. Missouri, Smithton. Papers, , C 1 folder The papers of Smithton, Missouri, contain a contract to purchase land for the town site of Smithton and directions for laying off the town, signed by the trustees, Gerard Robinson, Thos.
Duley, and R. Smithton is now called Columbia, MO. Militia, 26th Regiment, Fine Assessment Book, , C 1 volume Annual records of the court for the assessment of fines for the Missouri Militia, 26th Regiment. Also contains a membership list of the Magnolia Literary Society, , and recipes. Mitchell, Ewing Young, Jr. Material concerns family affairs, law practice with emphasis on county indebtedness, Ozark land speculation, and Democratic politics on the state and national levels. Monhollon, Rusty, Collection, CA 0. Montgomery, Christine, Photographs, P 0. Monroe, Haskell M. The collection includes audio cassettes, transcripts, and miscellaneous material.
Morris, Ralph L. They consist of photos, newspaper articles, a scrapbook, and memorial books. Morrow, Lynn, Papers, R 21 cubic feet folders, 4 oversize The papers of Lynn Morrow contain correspondence and research papers, with an additional significant collection of late twentieth-century promotional and advertising items. The collection also includes a large selection of promotional publications and ephemera associated with late 20th century tourism in Missouri and Arkansas.
Zion Methodist Church contain membership records of the church formerly in existence in northern Boone County near Hallsville, Missouri, including some pastor lists, marriages and baptisms.
The records for marriages and baptisms are not at all inclusive. Myers, W. Patrick's Day, ca. Letters from Paris and Ste. Addition of correspondence, membership records, reference and background materials, promotional materials, and national and state organization records, ss. There is an index by artist, but none by portrait subject. The manuscript includes many works by George Caleb Bingham. Nelson, Earl F. Nelson contain personal, political, and business correspondence, insurance data, tax records, ledgers, and journals, including correspondence, reports, and financial statements dealing with work as a member of the board of curators.
Also included are papers of Edna Nelson dealing with estate matters. New Salem Baptist Church, Boone County, Missouri, Minutes, , C 3 volumes The records contain articles of faith, rules of decorum, church covenant, list of deacons ordained by New Salem, list of members, obituaries, life sketch of David Doyle, and short histories of the church written at various times.
Newell, Mary Dalton, Collection, P 0. Photos of Columbia and the University of Missouri, ca. Postcard of bridges, steamboats, and from travels out-of-state. Nickell Family, Papers, ss, C 0. Many of the photographs are of a young L. Nickell, Jr. The collection also contains a depreciation summary report for the Columbia Ice Plant compiled in Includes appointment by the Boone County court of James S. Accompanying illustrated booklet includes introduction to traditional violin playing in Missouri, biographies of the musicians, annotations of the tunes, bibliography, and discography.
O'Dell, Charles A. The papers focus on genealogical research material, correspondence, notes, publications, newsletters, newspaper clippings, family group sheets, name lists, scrapbook material, photographs, slides and other miscellaneous genealogical material. Odon Guitar Photographs, P 2 photographs Copy photos of a carte de visite of Odon Guitar and an older woman, standing, and a carte de visite of Odon Guitar, bust view in uniform. Photographer: N. Brown, St. Oldham, Joy N. This collection also includes an album containing photographs of Belle Clayton Mitchell and members of her family.
The collection consists of digitally recorded interviews and transcripts of the interviews, photographs, textbooks, as well as some biographical information on the interviewees. The materials primarily pertain to the magazine's last six years of publication, See Collection for material relating to the magazine's first fifteen years.
Photo of Academic Hall ruins after fire. Includes some loose inserts. Pearman, Floyd , Papers, , C 0. Pearman worked in central Missouri assisting farmers in purchasing and maintaining land during the Depression and World War II. Front Matter Pages i-xii. Pages Front Matter Pages Locus amoenus or locus violens?
Emotional Education and Leadership in the Henriad. Displacement: Maps and Emotions in Othello. Only Connect: Dramaturgy and a Living Shakespeare. Recognition in Shakespeare and Hegel. Whose Nostalgia? Back Matter Pages