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Organizational Records

Unpublished records of organizations including academic, business, political, governmental, judicial and military entities, as well as private clubs

1948 Presidential Campaign

1948 Presidential Campaign

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

Collection of 90 documents of President Truman's 1948 Presidential Campaign covering years 1946-1968.

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American School of Osteopathy (ASO) Record Books

American School of Osteopathy (ASO) Record Books

Contributed by: Museum of Osteopathic Medicine (SM), A.T. Still University

Record books, 1892-1916, of the American School of Osteopathy. These documents reflect incorporation, early board governance, faculty proceedings, rules and regulations and the osteopaths who influenced the profession's formation and the medical practice in general.

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Cold War Confrontation: Truman, Stalin, and the Berlin Airlift, June 1948 - May 1949

Cold War Confrontation: Truman, Stalin, and the Berlin Airlift, June 1948 - May 1949

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

The collection focuses on the Berlin Airlift and includes 126 documents and some photographs covering the years 1948 through 1952.

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Community and Conflict: the Impact of the Civil War in the Ozarks

Community and Conflict: the Impact of the Civil War in the Ozarks

Contributed by: Springfield-Greene County Library District

Documents and artifacts that depict life in the Ozarks between 1850 and 1875. The collection contains first hand perspectives of the Civil War through the eyes of soldiers, civilians, merchants and farmers, as told through letters, maps, diaries, court records and photographs.

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Confluence and Crossroads - The Civil War in the American Heartland

Confluence and Crossroads - The Civil War in the American Heartland

Contributed by: Southeast Missouri State University and Partners

Documents and artifacts that depict life in the Ozarks between 1850 and 1875. The collection contains first hand perspectives of the Civil War through the eyes of soldiers, civilians, merchants and farmers, as told through letters, maps, diaries, court records and photographs.

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Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

This collection focusing on Trumanís historic decision includes documents covering the years 1945-1964. Supporting materials include an online version of "Truman and the Bomb: A Documentary History," edited by Robert H. Ferrell.

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Dred Scott Case

Dred Scott Case

Contributed by: Washington University Libraries

Collection of one hundred and eleven documents, over 400 pages of full-text searchable resource that represents the full case history of the Dred Scott Case.

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Establishing the Marshall Plan

Establishing the Marshall Plan

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

A collection about the Marshall Plan, or European Recovery Program, as it was officially known, which provided aid to war-torn Europe. This collection includes 69 documents, 9 photographs, an exhibit titled George C. Marshall: Soldier of Peace, and a teaching activity based on the exhibit.

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Fragments From the Botanical Frontier

Fragments From the Botanical Frontier

Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden

Information on three areas of the North American botanical frontier. Botanical exploration generally followed lines of transportation and military campaigns, as such there were unexplored pockets. These unexplored areas were finally closed as botanical "frontiers" in the twentieth century.

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Frank and Jesse James Circuit Court Documents

Frank and Jesse James Circuit Court Documents

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Documents from the Daviess County Circuit Clerk reveal many of the James brothersí activities during the late 19th century and include indictments showing criminal charges ranging from grand larceny to murder. The records also provide a glimpse into the life of other prominent Missourians of the time, such as Confederate Brigadier General Joseph Shelby.

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Frisco Travel Exhibit

Frisco Travel Exhibit

Contributed by: Missouri State University Special Collections and Archives Department

Selection of ephemera, documents, postcards, photographs, and artifacts documenting the Saint Louis-San Francisco Railway. The items were used in creating the MSU Archives and Special Collection's Frisco Travel Exhibit in 2008.

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Guadalupe Center Scrapbooks

Guadalupe Center Scrapbooks

Contributed by: Kansas City Public Library

The Guadalupe Center in Kansas City began in 1919 when the Catholic Diocese asked the Agnes Ward Amberg Club for Women to establish a settlement house primarily for Mexican immigrants. Photographs include the Guadalupe Center Building, events like festivals and fairs, band concerts, athletic teams, camping and outdoor activities, folk festivals, and family activities.

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Harrison Gleim Civil War Papers, 1860-1891

Harrison Gleim Civil War Papers, 1860-1891

Contributed by: Maclay Home

Papers of Harrison Gleim, who served in the Civil War as Lieutenant and quartermaster in the Missouri Light Artillery, and later as Major and aide-de-camp in the 2nd Missouri Cavalry. Includes military orders, personal and official correspondence, and quartermaster records.

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Heart of the University: MU Libraries

Heart of the University: MU Libraries

Contributed by: University Archives, University of Missouri-Columbia

A digital exhibit on the history of the University of Missouri-Columbia Libraries.

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John Albert Undertaking Ledger, Ironton, Missouri

John Albert Undertaking Ledger, Ironton, Missouri

Contributed by: Iron County Historical Society

Ledger of funeral records kept by undertaker John Albert, who operated his business in Ironton, Missouri from July 1, 1878 to June 6, 1921. Ledger is bound with pages from Wilson's History and Directory for Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois, 1875-1876.

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Korean War: The US Response to North Korea's Invasion of South Korea

Korean War: The US Response to North Korea's Invasion of South Korea

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

An online exhibit of documents, photographs, sound clips of individual participants in policy development, battlefield combatants, and observers affected by the human tragedy of the Korean War.

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Laws of the City of St. Louis Government

Laws of the City of St. Louis Government

Contributed by: St. Louis Public Library

Online resources of City of St. Louis Laws including Rules of the Aldermen, Charter, Revised Code, City Ordinances, Ordinance and first readings, Resolutions, etc.

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Lindenwood University

Lindenwood University

Contributed by: Lindenwood University, Mary Ambler Archives

Included in the materials from the Mary Ambler Archives is the House of Bethany Journal. The House of Bethany was a Christian sisterhood organization formed to visit the families of soldiers and all others who needed special attention.

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Missouri Birth & Death Records Database Pre-1910

Missouri Birth & Death Records Database Pre-1910

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Abstracts of Missouri birth, stillbirth, and death records recorded before 1910.

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Missouri Census Schedules from 1830-1940

Missouri Census Schedules from 1830-1940

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Index to federal and state census records, 1830-1940, available on microfilm at the Missouri State Archives.

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Missouri Coroner's Inquest Database

Missouri Coroner's Inquest Database

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Index of coroner records from seven Missouri counties and the City of St. Louis, dates range from 1842 to 1932.

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Missouri Death Certificates

Missouri Death Certificates

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Index of death certificates, linked to digital images of the original death certificate. Updated annually.

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Missouri Governors Records, 1836-1897

Missouri Governors Records, 1836-1897

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Official records of 19th century Missouri governors. Records are currently online for the years 1837-1889. Topics include the expulsion of Mormons, railroads, slavery, violence along the Kansas border, guerilla bands, vigilantes and the outbreak of the Civil War.

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Missouri Judicial Records

Missouri Judicial Records

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

This database of circuit and probate court files is currently searchable by name, county and year for Greene County Circuit Court, Jasper County Circuit Court, New Madrid County Probate Court, St. Charles County Circuit Court, and St. Louis Probate Court.

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Missouri Land Records 1820-1969

Missouri Land Records 1820-1969

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Description of categories of land records available at the Missouri State Archives.

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Missouri Mormon War

Missouri Mormon War

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Gateway to state records concerning the Missouri-Mormon conflict, 1838-1841. Includes finding aids and some digitized records.

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Missouri Naturalization Records Database (1816-1955)

Missouri Naturalization Records Database (1816-1955)

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Abstracts of citizenship records from 22 Missouri counties.

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Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy Student Registers, 1873-1922

Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy Student Registers, 1873-1922

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

The collection contains two volumes of the Missouri University of Science and Technology student registers from 1873 to 1922.

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Missouri Soldier's Database: War of 1812 - WWI

Missouri Soldier's Database: War of 1812 - WWI

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Database presents the service cards of over 576,000 Missourians who served in twelve wars and military engagements in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Missouri Supreme Court Historical Database

Missouri Supreme Court Historical Database

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

This database contains abstracts of territorial and state supreme court files, 1790-1880, available at the Missouri State Archives.

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Missouri Union Provost Marshal Papers 1861-1866

Missouri Union Provost Marshal Papers 1861-1866

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Index to Provost Marshal records relating to Missouri, available on microfilm at the Missouri State Archives.

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Missouri Veterans Home (St. James) Inmate Registers

Missouri Veterans Home (St. James) Inmate Registers

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Admission registers of the Federal Soldiers Home of Missouri, now called the Missouri Veterans Home (St. James). The collection, which currently consists of Volumes 1-3, includes registers for residents from June 25, 1897 through February 15, 1929. Additional volumes will be added to the collection as they become available.

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Missouri-Kansas Conflict: Civil War on the Western Border, 1854-1865

Missouri-Kansas Conflict: Civil War on the Western Border, 1854-1865

Contributed by: Kansas City Public Library

Documents related to the hostilities that shook the Missouri-Kansas border region before and during the American Civil War. The collection includes photographs, letters, diaries, maps, and military records from over 25 contributing institutions.

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MSU Theatre and Dance Collection

MSU Theatre and Dance Collection

Contributed by: Missouri State University

Select items from the archival holdings of the university's Theatre and Dance Department, including programs, fliers, photographs, correspondence, and clippings. The digitized materials focus on the United Service Organizations (USO) performances and represent a small sampling of the collection.

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North Atlantic Treaty Organization

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

Collection of 112 documents of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) covering the years 1949-1952

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Origins and History of the Washington University School of Medicine

Origins and History of the Washington University School of Medicine

Contributed by: Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University

A digitized version of an exhibit mounted at the Bernard Becker Medical Library in 1991 celebrating the Centennial of the Washington University School of Medicine. The exhibit contains maps, illustrations, photographs, ephemera, and includes numerous faculty profiles.

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Over There: Missouri and the Great War

Over There: Missouri and the Great War

Contributed by: Springfield-Greene County Library District and Partners

Over There: Missouri and the Great War contains letters, diaries, memoirs, photographs, postcards, and other materials documenting the lives of Missouri soldiers and civilians during the First World War.

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Ozarks Digital Library - Greene County Missouri, Records

Ozarks Digital Library - Greene County Missouri, Records

Contributed by: Springfield-Greene County Library District

Collection of full text indexes and abstracts to records including circuit court record books, coroner's records, alms house records, justice of the peace records and others.

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Quest for the Cure:  Care and Treatment in Missouri's First State Mental Hospital

Quest for the Cure: Care and Treatment in Missouri's First State Mental Hospital

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Exhibit traces the history and development of Missouri's first mental hospital from 1844.

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Register of the First Presbyterian Church of Marion College

Register of the First Presbyterian Church of Marion College

Contributed by: Marion County Library Subdistrict #1

Marion College was incorporated in 1831 in Philadelphia, Marion County, Missouri, for the purpose of educating young men for the ministry. The registry contains the churchís membership and†baptisms from 1836 to 1853. The ledger also includes the names of slaves and often states their ownerís name.

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Sprague Funeral Home Ledgers

Sprague Funeral Home Ledgers

Contributed by: Marion County Library Subdistrict #1

The Sprague Funeral Home operated in Palmyra, Missouri, from 1922-1974; the ledgers span most of this time. Funeral record entries include detailed biographical information about the deceased, names and places of birth of the father and mother, and information about funeral arrangements.

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St. Louis Circuit Court Historical Records Project

St. Louis Circuit Court Historical Records Project

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives; St. Louis Circuit Court; Washington University

This project features digitized collections of court files relating to Lewis & Clark, Native Americans, the fur trade, and slave freedom suits. Includes a database of all court cases processed, beginning in 1804.

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St. Louis County Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Policy Ledger

St. Louis County Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Policy Ledger

Contributed by: St. Louis County Library

Ledger kept by the Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company of St. Louis County, Missouri. The ledger, dated 1875-1880, contains policies for St. Louis area residents and businesses.

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St. Louis Mechanics Liens

St. Louis Mechanics Liens

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives; St. Louis Circuit Court Mechanics Liens

The St. Louis Mechanic's Liens collection consists of 5,129 liens filed in the St. Louis court system between April 21, 1824, and December 31, 1875. The documents provide a snapshot of the people living and working in the St. Louis area, as well as the costs of materials and the growth of the city over time.

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Truman Administration's Civil Rights Program: The Desegregation of the Armed Forces

Truman Administration's Civil Rights Program: The Desegregation of the Armed Forces

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

Collection documents President Truman's decision to desegregate the U.S. Armed Forces. It covers the years 1938-1953.

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Truman Doctrine and the Beginning of the Cold War

Truman Doctrine and the Beginning of the Cold War

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

Collection of documents, photographs and interview transcripts about Truman doctrine.

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United Nations 1945-53: The Development of a World Organization

United Nations 1945-53: The Development of a World Organization

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

Collection of 127 documents about President Truman and the United Nations, covering the years 1945-1953.

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United States' Recognition of Israel

United States' Recognition of Israel

Contributed by: Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

Collection of 87 documents about the recognition of the State of Israel with a chronology of events spanning 1939-1949.

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