Kansas City Photographs, No date (KA2509)
.01 cubic foot
Eight black and white photographs related to Kansas City.
Slides and commentary about John Smith T, Missouri pioneer in the lead industry, and Selma Hall, by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Francois Valle Chapter.
1951 Flood Photographs, 1951 (K1390)
0.02 cubic foot (1 folder, 27 photographs)
The 1951 Flood Photographs contains black and white photographs depicting flooding in the Kansas City metropolitan area in 1951.
1993 Flood Photographs, 1993 (K1376)
The 1993 Flood Photographs contain two photographs of the Missouri River during the Great Flood of 1993 taken by Lightfoot Photography of North Kansas City, Missouri.
Six cabinet cards depicting the aftermath of a tornado in Kansas City, May 10, 1886.
An artificial collection of photographs of Yarrow, Northeast Missouri State University, and Kirksville (Adair County).
Copy photos of Weatherby and Adams Township, DeKalb County. Images were featured in Adams Township Centennial book by the DeKalb County Historical Society
Four photographs and one postcard depicting Hamilton, Missouri. Includes images of the high school, Missouri State Highway No. 8, Hamilton Trust Co. Building, Main Street for Pres Hudges Parade, and Mr. Bamers Farm.
Three postcards showing interior of the Carroll County Historical Museum in Carrollton and interior view of the Bank of Tina display in Carroll County Historical Museum.
10 color and 4 black and white postcards, with images from Bellevue Valley, Iron County and Caledonia in Washington County.
W.C. Alexander Photograph Collection, no date (P0889)
Photos of monuments to Martin Parmer and General Augustus Jones.
Portrait of judge of the Tenth Judicial Circuit
J.S. Allen Photograph Collection, 1900-1910 (P0476)
Copy photos of Carter County, largely of Grandin.
Photographs copied from Allen Scrapbook, relating to Jesse James and Frank James
Charles Allonby Photographs, 1877-1971 (P0053)
0.19 cubic feet
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.
Amberger Photograph Collection, 1905 (S1162)
0.01 cubic foot, 4 folders, 22 photographs
This collection contains a variety of photographs of street scenes and portraits. Also included in the collection are newspaper clippings, including a pieced-together edition of Charles Dickens’s “The Life of our Lord,” and the December 7th edition of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. Other items of interest include correspondence, written in French, between an unknown individual and the Mayor of St. Louis.
This is "The World's Greatest Zinc and Lead District, as seen through the Camera." It was published for the Tenth American Mining Congress, which met at Joplin in Japser County, Missouri on November 11-16, 1907. Included are a transportation map of the mining district and many photographic views of mines, mills, towns and cities in the area.
6 photographs showing the 1983 American Royal Livestock, Horse Show and Rodeo in Kansas City. Photos are copyrighted by Macklin Photography.
Photographs and negatives from one of the most active commercial photo firms in Kansas City, MO.
Lucile Anderson Photograph Collection, 1960 (P0479)
Photos of Christian County monuments and sites.
R. Dean Andrae Photographs, 1962 (P0584)
Photos of the Edgewater Mansion, built 1834-1839 as the home of Dr. Elizah McLean. The mansion is located at W. Main & Jefferson in Washington, MO.
Photos of Madison County: Mine La Motte chimney, Edward Bennet slave cabin, and Gwignon residence/store in Fredericktown.
Melvin E. Anglin Papers, 1943-2010 (SP0052)
1 cubic foot (33 folders, 140 photographs, 410 slides)
The Melvin E. Anglin Papers consist of letters, awards, photographs, and other memorabilia collected by Melvin E. Anglin during his career in the army and into retirement.
Anna-Beaver Mining Company Photograph Collection, circa 1920s (R1306)
0.5 cubic foot (1 photograph)
This is a 7 _" x 23 _ ", black and white panoramic photograph of "Ground Crew, Anna-Beaver Field Shaft No. 8," near Cardin, Oklahoma, circa 1920s. The view shows forty men posed as a group above ground. Most wear carbide lamps on their caps. The photograph was made by commercial photographer Heeney of Joplin, Missouri.
Argentina Quesada Armstrong Photographs, 1965 (P0268)
Twelve snapshot color photos taken in 1965 of Armenia, Colombia, South America (sister city of Columbia, Missouri).
Augusta Armstrong Photographs, 1960-1965 (P0690)
Photos of Fort Clemson, Henry Clark house, Poindexter/Repper house, William Karl house, and Albert Schornhorst house: McKittrick area, MO, 1962.
Portraits of professors of military science and tactics at the University of Missouri.
Arthur and Bull Family Papers, 1842-1996 (SP0061)
0.75 cubic foot (22 folders, 1 volume, 224 postcards, 17 photographs)
The Arthur and Bull Family Papers consist of the correspondence and business papers of John Arthur, the World War I correspondence of Harrison Bull, the World War II correspondence of his son Joseph Bull, the postcard collection of Belva “Bess” Lee Estes, and the music lesson ledgers of Elizabeth Hodges Bull.
Photograph album inscribed, "Miss Willie Arthur, Kansas City, Kansas Jan. 4, 1896". Includes Arthur, Broadwell, Orbison, Holt and other families.
James F. Atkisson Photographs, 1918-1960 (P0364)
18 photographs of Lake of the Ozarks area, 7 additional photographs on various subjects
James D. Attebery Photographs, 1878-1963 (P0095)
Images of Benton, Cedar, Vernon, and St. Clair County historic sites and buildings, mainly from ca. 1951-1960.
Bertram Atwater Photographs, 1894 (S0563)
0.01 cubic foot
This collection consists of copy negatives of photographs of Union Station taken in 1894 by Bertram E. Atwater. Atwater was a professional photographer hired to take publication-relations photographs of the new Union Station. He was murdered in Webster Groves in 1896, resulting in the first double-hanging in St. Louis.
Photographs of Oscar One Launch Control Facility and Whiteman Air Force Base.
20 color slides of interior and exterior of A.P. Green House, restored by Frank Kent. Additional images of Mexico, MO, late 19th to early 20th century.
An artifical collection of photographs of Audrain County, Missouri.
Page from THE EXPONENT containing picture and biographical information on Rev. Samuel J. Niccolls
Mary Lou Ayers Photograph Collection, 1957-1958 (P0058)
Photographs of Dolle Mill and the Old Military Road in Bollinger County, MO, ca. 1957-1958.
Original photos used in publication "Bacon-DeFoe Cemetery Restoration, St. Louis Co., 1970"
Bagnell Dam Aerial Photograph, 1933 (P0995)
Aerial photograph of the dam, Lake of the Ozarks and the spillway
Copy photos of George Bailey and family, 1863.
two carte de visites: Ella Hogan and S. O. Ellis
Betsy Balsley Collection, 1865-2009 (SP0062)
6 cubic feet (51 folders)
The Betsy Balsley Collection contains the personal and professional papers of Joplin, Missouri, native and Los Angeles Times Food Editor, Betsy Barr Balsley. The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, newspaper articles, and various publications such as magazines and cookbooks.
Photos of Ironton: Centennial Marker, St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church, Swift home, and Courthouse. Postcards of Old Jail Museum, Vienna, MO.
Mary Barile Photograph Collection, 1890-1910 (P0878)
Late 19th century studio portraits from Boonville, MO
Paul O. Barker Photographs, 1995 (P0599)
Photo of unidentified red mill, historic site, 1995, and photographs of Lebanon monuments and markers.
Copy photographs of Adam-Ondi-Ahman, a Mormon Shrine at Gallatin, MO.
Photographs from Dale C. Barnard, a Missouri-native by way of Kirksville and Kansas City. Barnard attended the Missouri School of Mines in Rolla and worked as an mining engineer for El Barreno Mining Company in Mexico City, Mexico, and the Iron King Mine in Arizona.
Mary Jane Barnett Papers, 1913-1997 (CG0004)
1.6 cubic feet
The collection contains correspondence, photographs, diaries, scrapbooks, business-related trade journals, a Narcotic Register, and miscellaneous papers for Mary Jane "Miss Jane" Barnett and her life and business partner, Elaine "Tommie" Davis.
Barnitz Family Photograph Collection, circa 1910-1980s (R1296)
0.05 cubic foot (1 folder, 43 photographs)
This collection consists of twenty-three black and white and twenty color photographs that were loaned for scanning. The photographs include agricultural activities and rural farm life from the early 1910s to 1980s in Phelps and Dent Counties. The photographs include subjects such as cattle and hog raising, baling hay, showing livestock and the Lake Spring Homemaker's Club in 1953.