Divisional histories related to the services of Missourians during World War I, including rosters listing names of soldiers.
Achieve, the Alumni Magazine of William Jewell College, has been published on an occasional basis since 1971. Volumes up through 2001-2002 are available here.
This collection depicts the architecture, school programs, and student lives at Porter school in the early days in Adair County, Missouri.
Hannibal Free Public Library received a grant to preserve and document the history of the African American Community of Northeast Missouri. Collections shown here are held by the library and also by others in the community.
Pioneering and prominent Missouri women of the 20th century are featured in this collection about professions in the health sciences. The site both profiles individual women and explores women’s contributions to the development of health science professions.
This Civil War collection of personal letters, diaries and photographs is held by the Boone County Historical Society.
This collection includes issues of the Border Star newspaper published weekly in Westport, Missouri from the years 1858 to 1860, covering various concerns of Westport, especially slavery.
First published in 1879, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics Annual Report provides information about Missouri's history of industry and labor. The annual report became known as "The Red Book" due to the red cover of the early volumes, although the later editions are much smaller and are no longer bound with red covers.
101 photographs of the construction of the Powersite Dam, the first hydroelectric dam in the State of Missouri. During construction, most of the workers lived at the dam site; the settlement became known as Camp Ozark. Images include those of workers, machinery, barges, buildings, excavation work, railroads, and the spillway outlet and …
A weekly newspaper for Cape Girardeau, Missouri, published by W. H. Hamilton. The paper runs from June 18, 1863 through June 1, 1871, covering the Civil War era. The physical issues were bound into four volumes. Please note that there are two missing issues (May 26, 1864 and September 16, 1869) and that the issues from June 15, 1865 to …
The only remaining display building from the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition, also known as St. Louis World's Fair, the Palace of Fine Arts now houses the St. Louis Art Museum. This collection of 687 photographs documents the history of the Palace of Fine Arts.
Photographs documenting the Ozarks (especially Dent County) and the travels of Charles Elliott Gill.
Books about the Civil War in Missouri from University of Missouri libraries.
The result of a collaborative effort among libraries, museums, and historical societies across the greater Kansas City region, this website provides free access to 6,000 pages of primary source materials and introduces visitors to unique interactive features, including a cutting-edge relationship viewer that displays historical …
This collection includes issues of the Columbia Missourian daily newspaper for the years 1908, 1909, 1929, 1966.
This collection includes issues of the Columbia Missourian daily newspaper for the years 1967 -- Oct 1968.
This collection includes issues of the Columbia Missourian daily newspaper from November 1968 to September 1970.
This collection includes issues of the Columbia Missourian daily newspaper from October 1970 to December 1972
This collection includes issues of the Columbia Missourian daily newspaper from 1973 to 1974
This collection includes issues of the Columbia Missourian daily newspaper for 1975
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