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Camp Crowder Photograph Collection

Camp Crowder Photograph Collection

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Established in 1941, Camp Crowder was a military installation near Neosho, Missouri named in honor of Major General Enoch H. Crowder. By 1942, the first soldiers arrived at the Signal Corps Replacement Training Center for training in forty different military communications specialties. The post also trained medical-corps soldiers and ground-force troops, established an Officer Candidate Preparatory School, and held a large prisoner of war camp.

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Camp Ozark – Powersite Dam Photograph Collection

Camp Ozark – Powersite Dam Photograph Collection

Contributed by: White River Valley Historical Society

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 powerhouse.

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Cape Girardeau Argus

Cape Girardeau Argus

Contributed by: Southeast Missouri State University

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 July 27, 1865 have received conservation treatment.

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Capitol Construction Photographs

Capitol Construction Photographs

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

In 1913, workers broke ground for the construction of the current capitol in Jefferson City. Local photographer, Thomas Garfield Cooper photographed the construction process using a glass-plate camera. Cooper photographed the construction from the top of the Missouri Supreme Court building.

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Carthage Picture Booklet

Carthage Picture Booklet

Contributed by: Joplin Public Library

Carthage, Missouri: The Most Beautiful City in the West is a promotional picture booklet created in 1906 by the Newell family to solicit investments in the family's various business enterprises including the Carthage Building Stone Co., Venango Royalty Co., Newell, Morse Royalty Co., and the Trinity Zinc, Lead and Smelting Company.

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Cass Gilbert's Palace of Fine Arts

Cass Gilbert's Palace of Fine Arts

Contributed by: St. Louis Art Museum

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.

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Celebrating the Louisiana Purchase: The 1904 World's Fair

Celebrating the Louisiana Purchase: The 1904 World's Fair

Contributed by: St. Louis Public Library

The 1904 World's Fair (Louisiana Purchase Exposition) marked the 100th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase. This collection features more than 1,200 images -- photographs, stereographs, lantern slides, and postcards.

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Central Wesleyan College Archives

Central Wesleyan College Archives

Contributed by: Pickler Memorial Library Special Collections, Truman State University

A collection of documents and ledgers containing correspondence; business, legal, and financial records; student organizations' records; college publications; and institutional histories of Central Wesleyan College and Orphan Asylum and merging institutions, Mt. Pleasant German College and Ozark Wesleyan College.

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Centuries of Civil Engineering: A Rare Book Exhibition Celebrating the Heritage of Civil Engineering

Centuries of Civil Engineering: A Rare Book Exhibition Celebrating the Heritage of Civil Engineering

Contributed by: Linda Hall Library of Science, Engineering & Technology

An exhibit draws upon highlights from the Linda Hall Library collections to focus on the historical accomplishments of both American engineers and their European predecessors and counterparts.

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Chariton Collector

Chariton Collector

Contributed by: Pickler Memorial Library Special Collections, Truman State University

A magazine focused on local history and folklore that was produced bi-annually by the Kirksville High School Local History class between Fall 1980 and Spring1989.

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Charles E. Still Sr. and Jr. Collection

Charles E. Still Sr. and Jr. Collection

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

The digitized portion of the Charles E. Still Sr./Jr. Collection includes typed and handwritten reminiscences to Dr. Charles Still Sr., regarding his father Andrew Taylor Still. Andrew Taylor Still was the founder of the American School of Osteopathy in Kirksville, Missouri.

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Charles Elliott Gill Photographs

Charles Elliott Gill Photographs

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Photographs documenting the Ozarks (especially Dent County) and the travels of Charles Elliott Gill.

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Civil War Collection (Guide)

Civil War Collection (Guide)

Contributed by: Missouri State Archives

Guide to Civil War records and resources at the Missouri State Archives.

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Civil War in Missouri - Monographs

Civil War in Missouri - Monographs

Contributed by: University of Missouri - Columbia

Books about the Civil War in Missouri from several University of Missouri libraries.

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Clarence M. Kelley Diploma Collection

Clarence M. Kelley Diploma Collection

Contributed by: School of Law, University of Missouri - Kansas City

Collection of 8 diplomas, honorary degrees, certificates conferred upon Clarence M. Kelley from 1936 through 1978.

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Classics and Landmarks Collection

Classics and Landmarks Collection

Contributed by: Linda Hall Library of Science, Engineering & Technology

This collection brings together publications in science and technology that have become recognized for their seminal influence, groundbreaking ideas, or presentation of initial discoveries. The collection presents two editions of Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius; Tycho Brahe's discovery of a Nova; the first published description of the Copernican system; and more.

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Claude N. Strauser, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District

Claude N. Strauser, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District

Contributed by: University of Missouri - St. Louis

Collection of 69 images documenting the flood of 1927, which started around the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers and flooded the tributaries southward to the Gulf of Mexico. The flooded area covered the towns of Forrest City, Arkansas; Greenville, Mississippi; Vicksburg, Mississippi; Hamburg, Louisiana; and Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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Club Kaycee

Club Kaycee

Contributed by: Miller Nichols Library, University of Missouri - Kansas City

Club Kaycee serves up sights and sounds of the Golden Age of Kansas City Jazz from the Miller Nichols Library, University of Missouri - Kansas City, in cooperation with kansascity.com and The Kansas City Star.

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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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Columbia Missourian

Columbia Missourian

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri; University of Missouri School of Journalism

This collection includes issues of the Columbia Missourian daily newspaper for the years 1908, 1909, 1929, 1966, and from January 2, 1966 through December 31,1985.

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Come Home Tigers

Come Home Tigers

Contributed by: University of Missouri - Columbia

These photographs depict the homecoming traditions at the University of Missouri. The 1911 University of Missouri football game against the University of Kansas began an enduring Tiger tradition.

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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: Special Collections and Archives, 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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Connor Brochure

Connor Brochure

Contributed by: Joplin Public Library

Joplin’s Connor Hotel was constructed in 1906-1908 at the northwest corner of Fourth and Main Streets and served as the anchor of downtown Joplin for half a century. This brochure documents many of the building’s architectural elements and interior design.

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Constance Fauntleroy Runcie Collection

Constance Fauntleroy Runcie Collection

Contributed by: Missouri Western State University

This manuscript collection of Missouri woman writer Constance Fauntleroy Runcie includes many original letters she wrote and received and materials that were used by the Runcie Club in St. Joseph that she organized.

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Cook Bros. Carriage Co. (Jewish Federation-Women's Division), 1897-1904

Cook Bros. Carriage Co. (Jewish Federation-Women's Division), 1897-1904

Contributed by: St. Louis Jewish Community Archives

In 1897 two brothers from the Missouri bootheel who had found their way to St. Louis formed the Cook Bros. Carriage Co. The deeds, catalogs, biographical information and albumen photographs that illustrate their work crew and assembly line process, are part of this collection.

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Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Orchestra

Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Orchestra

Contributed by: Kansas City Public Library

Joe Sanders and Carleton Coon co-founded the Coon-Sanders Nighthawks orchestra that gained fame during the 1920s. This collection includes many photographs of the orchestra and other performers as well as photographs from Fred Edmiston, author of The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks.

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Copenhaver Collection

Copenhaver Collection

Contributed by: Missouri State University Special Collections and Archives Department

Papers of the brothers James Albert and H. H. Copenhaver, union members who worked in Springfield, Missouri's milling industry in the 1920s-1930s. The collection mainly documents the Missouri Farmers Association (MFA) Milling Company in Springfield, Missouri. This collection was scanned in its entirety. See the finding aid for more information.

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Cows on the Lawn

Cows on the Lawn

Contributed by: University of Missouri - Columbia

This collection depicts the beginnings of dairy husbandry at the University of Missouri-Columbia. The program gained national recognition with its championship dairy cattle, notably world record holder Missouri Chief Josephine and her descendants.

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Cuneiform Tablets in the Cuneiform (Digital Library Initiative at UCLA)

Cuneiform Tablets in the Cuneiform (Digital Library Initiative at UCLA)

Contributed by: University of Missouri-Columbia Special Collections

A collection of eight rare cuneiform tablets including a messenger tablet; a letter tablet; a large contribution list tablet; a business contract tablet; a butcher's bill tablet; a temple offerings tablet; a delivery recording tablet; and a tablet purchased in Amuda, Syria whose contents have not been translated.

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