Rosa Barker Papers, 1900 (K0035)
0.01 c.f. (1 folder)
A series of letters from L.J. Rogers and a correspondent identified only as George to Mrs. Barker written from the 4th District Hospital, San Isidro, Philippine Islands.
Leslie Leroy Bucklew Papers, 1897-1997 (S0625)
0.4 cubic foot, 5 folders, 7 photographs, 2 audio tapes
The Leslie Leroy Buckley Papers consists of photocopied biographical material about the life of Leslie LeRoy Bucklew. The collection features correspondence between Bucklew and soldiers he served with during the Spanish-American War and World War I, and letters from President Harry S Truman and Bess Truman. Other materials of interest include 1917 photographs of World War I servicemen serving at Camp Doniphan and Fort Sill. The collection also contains two oral history interviews of Bucklew recounting his childhood in St. Louis, his mother's friendship with Mary Todd Lincoln's sister, and his experiences in the Spanish-American War.
J.S. Gollan Speech, 1930 (C0733)
0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Address of editor of LA PRENSA, Buenos Aires, an exchange lecturer of the University of Buenos Aires, before the Columbia Kiwanis Club, March 25, 1930.
Samuel William James Collection, 1898, 1904 (K0846)
0.03 c.f. (1 folder)
Photocopies of photographs of James, lieutenant in the Spanish-American War and later the National Guard, in uniform. Also a reenactment of a firing squad.
Photos of Montgomery City High School Class of 1898, Spanish American War 5th MO Volunteer Infantry, Fourth of July picnic, and Frank Saborinne and Linn Lockwood.
William Recklein Papers, 1898-1902 (R0051)
0.03 cubic foot (3 folders)
The William Recklein Papers contain copies and originals of family photographs and correspondence. Included in the correspondence are news of family, friends, and daily life.
Frank M. Rumbold Papers, 1854-1937 (S0181)
5 microfilm rolls
The Frank M. Rumbold Papers contain correspondence, patent information, reports, meeting minutes, telegrams, military tactics, and appointments related to his business, military career, and personal life. Rumbold experimented and patented inventions related to electrical resistance material and railroad switches during his time as a practicing medical doctor.
Spanish-American War Recruiting Poster, 1898 (C2843)
1 oversize item
A poster to recruit men for service in the Spanish-American War. OVERSIZE.
Photographs, biographies, newspaper clippings and correspondence compiled by John A. Norton concerning surviving members of a Spanish-American War company comprising University of Missouri students.
Three volumes of newspaper and magazine clippings on Cuba and the War with Spain in 1898. A fourth volume includes articles Thomas wrote and published in his School and Home, an educational paper he founded, edited and published.
William Lyman Thomas Papers, 1867-1906 (S0304)
3 cubic feet, 276 photographs, 2 scrapbooks
The William Lyman Thomas Papers document Thomas's career in St. Louis as a publisher, author, and member of the Missouri Press Association, as well as the life of his family in Maplewood, Missouri. The collection contains correspondence, documents, ribbons, and the original photographs used in the publication of Thomas’ book, The History of St. Louis County, Missouri (1911).
Jay Linn Torrey Scrapbook, 1893-1920 (R0218)
1 cubic foot (1 volume, 1 roll of microfilm)
The Jay Linn Torrey Scrapbook contains materials compiled by Jay Torrey of Howell County, Missouri. A rancher, politician, and Spanish-American War veteran he compiled materials on the Missouri Immigration Society, the State Fruit Experiment Station, the 'Good Roads' movement, relocation of the state capitol, Fruitville Farm, and the proposed village of Torreytown, and the campaign for the United States Senate in 1918.
This is a souvenir program booklet for the 36th annual encampment of the United Spanish War Veterans, Department of Missouri, held at Neosho in Newton County, Missouri, on June 16-19, 1940.