Columbia Manuscript Collections

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CA6706 Karen J. Ball Papers 1980s-2020s

The papers of Karen J. Ball contain newspaper and magazine articles written by and about the donor. Also included are photographs, press badges, correspondence, and miscellaneous professional materials.

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CA6707 Sapp Family Papers

The papers of a Boone County, Missouri, family include a birth registration, marriage certificate, court documents, death certificates, wills, and stock records.

CA6708 First Baptist Church (Chariton, Mo.) Records 1820-1925

The records of the First Baptist Church, Glasgow, Missouri, contain meeting minutes, 1820-1925. Also included are five notebooks containing handwritten transcriptions.

CA6710 J. Christian Bay Papers 1815-1989

The papers of Jens Christian Bay include certificates, photographs, correspondence, publications and writings, lectures, and miscellaneous personal and biographical material. Also included is a scrapbook celebrating the 80th birthday of Bay, which includes celebratory letters.

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CA6712 Joann S. Lublin Papers 1976-2022

The papers of Joann S. Lublin, author and longtime columnist for The Wall Street Journal, include sixteen volumes of newspaper clippings and recordings of interviews conducted for her books Earning It and Power Moms. Also included is research material and interviews which were used to write Earning It, publishing records, and drafts of the book.

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CA6713 Messerly Family Papers 1896-1902

The papers of a Sedalia, Missouri, family include a baby book for Charles Edward Messerly Jr. and John McRoberts Messerly, 1896. Also included is a certificate appointing Charles Edward Messerly as the presiding judge of Pettis County, 1902, and an undated photograph of Hospital Day.

CA6714 Richard H. Ichord Papers 1961-1981

The papers of a Democratic Missouri State and U.S. Representative from Missouri’s 8th congressional district contain congressional record inserts and speeches.

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CA6715 Callaway County Nuclear Power Plant Scrapbooks 1975-1984

Scrapbooks containing material detailing the construction of the Callaway County Nuclear Power Plant. The scrapbooks were compiled by Morgan I. Doyne, Union Electric's general superintendent. Items include newspaper clippings, construction site photographs, correspondence, press releases, and Union Electric newsletters and meeting minutes.

CA6716 Sally Stapleton Papers 1982-2023

The papers of a photographer, photo editor and managing editor from southeast Missouri. From 1984 -1990, Sally Stapleton worked as a photo editor with the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Miami Herald and Boston Globe. From 1990 to 2004, Stapleton worked first as the senior photo editor for Latin America and later as the deputy executive photo editor at The Associated Press. There she led two staff teams working in Africa to Pulitzer Prizes in Photography. From 2017 -2019, she was the managing editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Post-Gazette staff was awarded the 2019 Breaking News Reporting Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Tree of Life synagogue massacre. The papers contain biographical material, photographs, Pulitzer programs, and material on her father, newspaper publisher Jack Stapleton, Jr.

CA6718 United Methodist Women of the Missouri United Methodist Church (Columbia, Mo.) Records 1998-2022

Addition of material from the defunct New Horizons unit of the United Methodist Women, 1998-2022. Items include meeting minutes, financial records, publications, certification documents, correspondence, and miscellaneous material.

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CA6719 Robert F. Scheef Papers 1980s-1990s

The papers of Robert F. Scheef include drafts of his manuscript on Missouri wineries titled, “Vintage Missouri,” and research material on various Missouri wineries. Included in the research materials are Scheef’s notes while touring wineries, copies of the “Missouri Wine Country Journal,” wine labels, photographs, and other miscellaneous research materials.

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CA6721 William C. Phelps Papers 1918-2014

The papers of William C. Phelps, the 40th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri, contain correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings, certificates, campaign materials, and photographs. Also include are three scrapbooks, which contain photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other miscellaneous materials.

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CA6722 Rohlfing Family Postcard Collection 1890s-1980s

Postcards sent between members of the Rohlfing family from Gasconade County, Missouri. The bulk of the postcards were sent to Christina Rohlfing, Sabina Humburg Rohlfing, and Lydia Rohlfing Hoerstkamp. Also includes one scrapbook with postcards.

CA6724 Roger Coleman Papers 1970-1975

The papers of Roger Coleman include correspondence, poems, miscellaneous notes, and newspaper clippings on social issues, 1970-1975.

CA6725 H. Riley Bock Collection 1853-1970

Material collected by H. Riley Boch, of New Madrid, Missouri. The bulk of the items are oversize and concern the city of New Madrid and New Madrid County, Missouri. They include a special car bill, c. 1921; Sheriff commission certificates, 1892-1919; circuit and county court appointment certificates, 1865-1942; land deeds and records, 1853-1857. Also included are certificates and miscellaneous records for members of the Bock family; reproductions and photographs of the New Madrid County Courthouse and jail house, the city of New Madrid, and of H. Riley Bock. Lastly, the collection includes Civil War letters sent to Colonel A. C. Riley, 1862-1864; miscellaneous material collected by Helen Wilson from the University of Missouri, 1936-1938; and personal items of H. Riley Bock.

CA6726 Karen Sands Photograph Collection 1910s-1980s

Photographs collected by Karen Sands include the Finkie, Graue, Pietzschke, and related families, 1910s-1980s. Also included are items from Warrenton High School, 1951, and newspaper clippings, 1953, n.d.

CA6727 Mary M. Knoblauch Papers 1961-2014

The papers of Mary M. Knoblauch, a print journalist for Chicago's American and the Chicago Tribune, include newspaper clippings, tear sheets, awards, certificates, audiovisual material, correspondence, and an unpublished manuscript. Also included are papers covering Knoblauch's time as a freelance writer, film critic, and writing coach.

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CA6729 Irvin Edwin Schnell Papers 1918-1978

The papers of Irvin Edwin Schnell, a greenhouse owner and florist from Fayette, Missouri, include daily diaries, 1918-1978; a financial ledger, 1925-1974; The Valley Farmer, v. 6 and 8, 1954, 1956; and miscellaneous papers.

CA6732 Dorothy Lee Gibbs Mamel Genealogical Collection 1920s-2000s

The collection of Dorothy Lee Gibbs Mamel, of Mexico, Missouri, contains genealogical materials relating to the Gibbs, Hitt, Larimore, Netherton, Rothwell, and Worrell families. Items include letters, diaries, photographs, maps, books, and miscellaneous family papers. Also included are materials relating to the R. D. Worrell Jewelry Company, which was located in Mexico, Missouri.

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CA6734 William M. Howard Letters 1864-1865

The William M. Howard letters contain correspondence between William and his wife, Ruth J. Gwinn, 1864-1865. Within the letters, William details his surrender to Union soldiers at Mt. Vernon and his time spent at Rock Island prison in Illinois.

CA6735 Schaeperkoetter Family Papers 1940s-1980s

The Schaeperkoetter family papers include photographs of Alvin Schaeperkoetter during his service in the United States Army during World War II. Also included in this collection are records from the Optimist International club and miscellaneous family records.

CA6736 David Blake Sasse Collection 1940s-1990s

Addition of letters written by Louis Donald Sasse during World War II. Also includes miscellaneous notes and correspondence relating to the history of small towns in Chariton County.

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P0001 Maximilian E. Schmidt Photographs 1895-1930

A Boonville photographer, Maximilian Schmidt's photographs consist of glass plate negatives and prints from ca. 1895-1932. Schmidt captured his family, and Boonville inhabitants and their environs including early Missouri River floods, steamboats and ferries, views of Boonville streets and the riverfront area, Chouteau Springs, and the Kemper Family School buildings and students.

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P0002 Otto and Joe Kroeger Photograph Collection 1920-1994

The Kroeger collection is comprised of 455 glass plate negatives, film negatives, photographs, newspaper articles and letters. Photographers were Otto and his son, Joseph Kroeger, both of Jefferson City, Missouri. Also included are six interviews of the Kroeger family on audio cassettes.

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P0003 Richard L. Lee County Courthouse Photographs 1955

The collection includes photographs of county courthouses for the state of Missouri, taken in the mid-twentieth century by Richard L. Lee.

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P0004 Robert C. Brown Photograph Collection 1900-1971

Photographs of Missouri railroad depots, primarily for the Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy Railroad. Photographs relating to A.F. Schliecker of Kansas City, Missouri.

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P0005 Si Steinberg Photograph Collection 1938, 1950

Sixteen prints of a Fourth of July celebration and political rally sponsored by the Young Democratic Club at Reed's Lake, west of Fulton in Callaway County on July 4, 1938 and seven prints of the groundbreaking ceremony at Stephens College, Columbia, for the Firestone Baars Chapel designed by Eero Saarinen.

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P0006 Columbia Daily Tribune Photographs 1940-1952

Twenty-six photographs of Columbia, Missouri in the 1950s.

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P0007 Louis T. Maguire Jr. Scrapbooks 1906-1938

Two scrapbooks depicting life in Maguire's hometown of St. Louis and his hiking tours around Missouri, mostly in the eastern part of state.

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P0008 Mary Ann Younk Photograph Collection 1927

15 original photos showing damage to houses and buildings after F4 tornado hit St. Louis, September 29, 1927.

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P0009 Martin Eichenlaub Postcard Collection 1886-1961

Extensive collection of postcards depicting Missouri scenes, landmarks, and destinations.

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P0010 B. James George Sr. Photograph Collection 1855-1970

Large collection of copy photos and originals related to the George family, ancestor of donor rode with and was related to Jesse and Frank James. Includes images of James and Younger families, bushwhackers, and Quantrill's Raiders reunions.

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P0011 Robert Wright Photograph Collection 1908-1924

Collection of images focused on Audrain County and Mexico, MO. Includes some train accident photo postcards and images of steamboats.

P0012 Linda Reed Photograph 1925

Photo of 1925 Brunswick kindergarten class posed outside their building; individuals identified.

P0013 Nancy Ehrlich Collection 1892-1932

Original photos taken from "Frank James Photo Album", and photos of Marmaduke Military Academy buildings and students.

P0014 Charles van Ravenswaay Photograph Collection 1814-1975

Collected photographs and other visual materials, primarily documenting Boonville, Missouri in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

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P0015 William Hutchinson Scrapbook 1860-1879

Scrapbook of carte de visites circa 1860s organized by William Hutchinson.

P0016 Gerald R. Massie Photographs 1860-1980

Photographs of scenes across Missouri, many taken as part of Massie's work as Missouri's state photographer. Events highlighted include Winston Churchill's visit to Fulton, Governor Hearnes' inaugural celebrations in 1965 and 1969, and the Battle of Pilot Knob Centennial commemoration in 1964. The collection includes extensive coverage of the Missouri State Capitol building. Geographically, the collection covers much of Missouri, with particular focus on tourist destinations: St. Louis, Kansas City, Hannibal, Ste. Genevieve, and the Ozarks.

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P0017 George Nathan Newman Stereograph Collection 1870-1915

Stereoscopic views of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904, plus several other views of St. Louis and agricultural scenes.

P0018 State of Missouri Photograph Collection 1903-1904

Over 400 original photos created for the 1904 publication on Missouri at the time of the World's Fair by Walter Williams; shows all aspects and counties in Missouri.

P0019 Edward Kemble Photograph Collection 1904

Photos of the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition.

P0020 Ruth Rollins Westfall Photograph Collection 1838-1937

Exhaustive photographic genealogy of the Rollins Family dating back to the 1860s; most photographs with accompanying names and dates.

P0021 E.B. Trail Photograph Collection 1845-1963

Dr. E. B. Trail, St. Louis was a collector of steamboat images and articles, which he kept in scrapbooks. Includes images of steamboats, rivers, and other boating-related scenes.

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P0022 Lester Parker Photograph Collection 1915-1923

A series of photos showing the Capitol building under construction with views of the artists working on the murals, decorations, etc. Lester Parker used these photographs as reference materials while creating his paintings of the capital building.

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P0023 William R. Denslow Photograph Collection 1898-1966

Photographic prints of events from ca. 1900: University of Missouri Agriculture and Engineering student activities, St. Louis World's Fair including construction of various buildings and people, Macon and Trenton scenes and scenes of Washington, D.C.

P0024 SHSMO Glass Negative Collection 1880-1930

The SHSMO Glass Negative Collection is comprised of 317 4x5 glass plate negatives and a selection of corresponding prints. Images depict Missouri in the early 20th century, primarily in Columbia and St. Louis, including the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis parks and city scenes, and the University of Missouri.

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P0025 Burton L. McNeil Photographs 1950

Images of Columbia in the 1950s taken by Bert McNeil, photographer for Julie's Studio. 1948 visit from Harry S Truman, who was campaigning for president at the time, arriving in Columbia on rail car, Ferdinand Magellan. State auditor Forrest Smith is with Truman introducing him to residents. Additional images of Boone County Courthouse, Stephens College, Ellis Fischel Hospital, Hickman High School, Williams Barber Shop, and Columbia street views.

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P0026 William Pyle Photographs 1930-1955

Columbia photographer William Pyle worked in the advertising department of Central Dairy, which was owned by his step-father, Dot Sappington. Central Dairy-related images, including interior and exterior views of the building, children’s field trips, “Central Baby” portraits by Peterson Studios, and photos of the Merchandettes and a sponsored baseball team.

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P0027 Carolyn Cook Leffler Photograph Collection 1996

Black and white and color photos of the Ben Bolt Theatre in Chillicothe, 1985 and 1996, the Nelson Kneass tombstone, and the Zero Mile Stone in memory of composer Nelson Kneass.

P0028 Chuck and Dianne Dunlap Postcard Collection 1908-1941

Postcards of Missouri cities, including Kansas City parks, streets, and buildings; Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City, bird's-eye view of Sedalia, Cortez Motor Court in Springfield, and St. Louis: Ead's Bridge, Shaw's Garden, and Smith Bros. Cottage and Hotel.

P0029 Nancy K. Smith Postcard Collection 1900-1970

Postcards, all views of hospitals and clinics and some sanitariums across Missouri.

P0030 Missouri Ruralist Photographs 1936-1978

Photos from the agriculture magazine "Missouri Ruralist."

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P0031 Waldo E. Palmer Photograph Collection no date

Crayon portrait of Elizabeth Dent, and photo of Waldo Palmer with Stuart Symington

P0032 Missouri Postcard Collection 1870-1997

An artificial collection of postcards depicting a broad selection of Missouri landscapes, towns, and cities.

P0033 Martin McGrane Photographs no date

Interior and exterior photos of the James Family home and burial plots.

P0034 Charles Trefts Photographs 1903-1963

This collection contains images from 1900 to 1963 depicting St. Louis City and County people, public buildings, riverfront scenes, bridges, churches, catastrophes, houses and parks. Trefts photographed many historic events such as the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition; the 1934 World Series; and aviation in St. Louis including the Wright brothers at Kinloch Field in 1908 and Charles Lindbergh's return from Paris in 1927. A number of images focus on Crawford and Iron Counties and the Lake of the Ozarks region in the early 1930s.

P0035 Baxter Family Photographs 1890-1895

Photographs of the Baxter family.

P0036 Ruins of Baldwin Theatre Photograph 1909

Original photo of Baldwin Theatre in Springfield, Missouri after fire destruction. Built in 1891 at 322 St. Louis Avenue, the present site of the McDaniel Building

P0037 Bates County, Missouri, Photograph Collection 1914-1981

An artificial collection of photographs of Bates County, primarily focusing on the Butler area (5 photos), but also including Rockville (1 photo).

P0038 Burford-White Photograph Collection 1870-1948

Snapshot and studio photos, including tintypes related to the White-Burford-Taylor-Adkins-Harness-Marolf families plus scenes from Ladue, Vista and Independence, as well as vacation scenes outside of Missouri.

P0039 William J. Gammon Photographs 1842-1915

Photos of Ralls County historic properties by Gammon, a resident of Perry, MO, and postcards of various Missouri views.

P0040 Sara Gibson Schwake Postcard Collection 1904-1919

Missouri postcards, including views of Kansas City, St. Joseph, St. Louis, Independence, ice flows on the Mississippi River, and the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition.

P0041 Paul Szopa Photographs no date

Photographs by photographer Paul Szopa, including self-portraits, landscapes, and Missouri scenes, ca. 1993-1994.

P0042 D.D. Moss Photograph Collection 1880-1920

Photographs of the early Columbia area, ca. 1885 - 1920, including views of the downtown area ca. 1885, Rockbridge, and Bonne Femme bridge.

P0043 Mary Sellers Photograph Collection 1918-1925

Roster of the 34th Training Battery F.A.C.O.T.S. out of Camp Zachery Taylor, Kentucky, 6 October to 28 December 1918. Several panoramic photos

P0044 Wild West Postcards no date

Postcards depicting legends of the western frontier.

P0045 Maxine Rorabaugh Downey Photograph Collection 1894-1967

Black and white snapshot of students outside of Prairie View School #27; all students and teacher from 1912-1913 school year listed. Snapshot of exterior front Prairie View School #27. Photograph of Friendship School near Memphis, MO, 1894.

P0046 Kim Schafermeyer Photograph 1989

Platinum print by Schafermeyer of University of Missouri Sesquicentennial.

P0047 Venta Plummer Photograph Collection 1869-1968

Early images of Seneca in Newton County.

P0048 Richard Fuhrmann Lantern Slide Collection 1840-1935

Lantern slides of turn-of-the-twentieth century St. Louis by local physician Richard Fuhrmann. Includes the area later razed for the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.

P0049 Jim Skidmore Photograph Collection 1910-1969

Copy photos of the filming of "Range Rider", 1910, in Fleming, MO, and photos of actor Tom Mix, and performer Sally Rand.

P0050 Martin Family Photographs 1896-1959

Photographs of the Martin family of Salem, MO, and several relatives from extended family

P0051 Mahlon N. White Photographs 1958

Photographs of bridges near Warsaw, Missouri.

P0052 Historic Inventory of Columbia, Missouri Photographs 1978-1979

Survey of downtown Columbia architecture, conducted in 1978. Includes negatives and listing of locations/businesses.

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P0053 Charles Allonby Photographs 1877-1971

Photographs of Thomas Hart Benton, the Newton County Courthouse, L. Carroll Gum, the Herman Jaeger property (near Neosho, MO), and relating to the Kansas City Southern #805 train wreck.

P0054 Roe F. Montgomery Scrapbook 1925-1930

"Columbia Caper" 8x10 scrapbook of the Allton Flying Service; aerial views of Columbia.

P0055 Clarence and Anna Hesse Photograph Collection 1938-1962

Photos of Hermann, MO

P0056 S. Pommer Photograph Collection 1886-1905

Photos of University of Missouri Columns ca. 1892, during the clean-up following the destruction of Academic Hall in a fire. Photographs of the Boone County Courthouse and Christian Female College's Main Building.

P0057 Mrs. W.W. Gibbany Photograph Collection 1860-1884

Carte de visite collection, with a focus on civil war soldiers.

P0058 Mary Lou Ayers Photograph Collection 1957-1958

Photographs of Dolle Mill and the Old Military Road in Bollinger County, MO, ca. 1957-1958.

P0059 Leon T. Dickinson Photo Album 1860-1866

19th century portraits from a photo album. Includes a number of Fowler family-members.

P0060 Robert L. Price Photograph Collection 1919-1920

Photographs of the Farmer's Fair and a barnwarming at the University of Missouri, ca. 1920.

P0061 Pauline Knobbs Photograph Collection no date

B/w photos of grave markers in Llewelyn Cemetery, Kirksville, Missouri, and of 2 historic Kirksville houses. Markers of 26 Confederate Soldiers killed at the Battle of Kirksville, 6 August 1862, and the gravestone of Jesse Kirk.

P0062 Emma West Collection 1880-1950

Copy photos and postcards of Missouri, the bulk of which focus on New Cambria, Macon County.

P0063 Clarence Williams Photograph Collection 1928-1946

3 original photos of log cabin that was the birthplace of Andrew Taylor Still, one of which shows a nearby amphitheater. 2 photos of American School of Osteopathy, established in 1892 by Andrew Taylor Still. One photo of the Churchill-Truman visit to Westminster College.

P0064 Madeline Crockett Photograph Collection 1956, no date

5 b/w photos of Sabbath Home United Methodist Church. Three exterior views of the Church, one of which shows the cemetery, and one interior view with alter. One b/w group photo of Primary Class during Vacation Church School, with individuals identified.

P0065 Norton Stern Photograph Collection 1915-1916

3 b/w photos and 2 b/w photo postcards from the College of Osteopathy depicting students and a surgery. 3 b/w photos depicting public buildings in Kirksville, MO; the College of Osteopathy (ca. 1915), the Ward Infirmary Hospital (ca. 1915), and the County Courthouse. Also includes images of Marie Stern and Dr. Andrew Taylor Still.

P0066 Ruth B. Bush Postcard Collection 1904-1989

A large collection of original postcards from around the state of Missouri.

P0067 Mary Biggs Collection 1868-1915

Postcards and photos of Missouri scenes, the bulk of which depict Mexico and Columbia.

P0068 L. Mitchell White Photograph Collection 1940-1960

Photos of Mexico, MO including the Mexico Ledger & Simmons Stables, St. Paul's Episcopal, Green, Newton and Robinson homes, Missouri Military Academy, Audrain Co. High School. Photos of Tom Bass, Daniel Fitzpatrick, and James and Clarence Robinson. Additional images of horses, including Rex McDonald at the Mexico Fairgrounds and a photo of Rex's tombstone.

P0069 Warren D. Welliver Collection 1900-1975

Postcards of Barton County towns, especially Lamar, Rich Hill, Adrain. Additional postcards of Foster and Amoret. Photographs of the Nelson family of Hannibal, MO, and Richard Brownlee.

P0070 Dr. Richard S. Brownlee Photograph Collection 1864-1900

Copy photos of Brownlee family and family home, Brownlee Banking Co, etc.

P0071 Charles Lanham Photograph Collection 1858, no date

Copy photos of 19th century U.S. Congressmen from Missouri

P0072 Douglas R. Frazee Photographs 1880-1985

Photographs of the Missouri River and life on the towboat Brownville, 1963-1985 by Frazee, an engineer on the vessel. Photos of Marshall, MO, 1948-1950, and Marthasville, MO, area in the early 1900s. Aerial photographs of Saline County, Marshall, Brookfield, and Pettis County, 1946-1949. Aerial photographs of farms and buildings along Highways 20, 24, 41 in Saline and Lafayette Counties, ca. 1947. Also include a variety of images of Missouri scenes and Missourians.

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P0073 G. Houston George Photographs 1913-1918

10 photos related to car trip in 1917 from Flint, Michigan to Odessa, MO. Photo album of trip to pick up automobiles in Flint, Michigan and drive them back to Missouri.

P0074 McDonnell-Douglas Corporation Photographs 1980

20 color prints; eight of pilot in a flight simulator, twelve of planes/jets either in flight or on flight decks (F/A-18 Hornet, AV-8B Harrier II, F-4 Phantom, F-15 Eagles, MD-80 passenger, DC-10 passenger).

P0075 Carroll H. Bunch Scrapbook 1918-1919

Carroll Bunch, of Hannibal, Missouri, served in the 149th Aero Squadron during World War I. This collection documents his experiences with postcards, snapshots, illustrations and prints. Most of the photographs are of airplanes, but images of soldiers in training camp and locations in England and France are included as well.

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P0076 Missouri National Guard Photographs 1893-1932

Images of Charles Lindbergh, aerial photos of Columbia, MO, Fort Riley (KS), Lambert Airfield, 35th Division Aviation, Digital images of Fort Riley, national guard officers under Gov. Wm. J. Stone.

P0077 St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial Cartoon Collection no date

proofs sheets from cartoons created by Daniel Fitzpatrick, Bill Mauldin, and Thomas Engelhardt during their tenure as staff cartoonists, Collection runs from early 1935 to early 1990s

P0078 Columbia, Missouri, Photograph Collection 1875-1994

An artificial collection of photographs of Columbia, MO.