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Face of the Moon: Galileo to Apollo

Face of the Moon: Galileo to Apollo

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

A collection of moon maps chronologically arranged by their publication date. This is an online version of an exhibition catalog that was originally published in 1989.

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Facsimiles of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles

Facsimiles of Manuscripts Illuminated in the British Isles

Contributed by: Pius XII Memorial Library, St. Louis University

A digital exhibit of art from 15 illuminated manuscript facsimiles.

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Far West

Far West

Contributed by: William Jewell College

The Far West newspaper was published weekly in Liberty, Missouri from August 11, 1836 to October 6, 1836.

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Fourth of July Speeches

Fourth of July Speeches

Contributed by: University of Missouri-Columbia Special Collections

A collection containing published pamphlets of addresses made on Independence Day from 1791-1925. The speeches explore topics central to the developing United States in the first 150 years of its existence.

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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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Franklin County Observer

Franklin County Observer

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

The Franklin County Observer began publishing in 1861 in Washington, Mo. and ended 1926 when it was succeeded by the Washington Missourian. This collection covers issues published from 1893-1926.

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Franklin County Tribune

Franklin County Tribune

Contributed by: Scenic Regional Library; State Historical Society of Missouri

Dr. William Moore started the Franklin County Progress, which later became the Franklin County Tribune, in Union, Missouri on May 15, 1865. This collection covers issues published from 1899-1916.

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Frenchtown Postcards

Frenchtown Postcards

Contributed by: St. Charles City-County Library District, Kathryn Linnemann Branch

Collection of postcard views of buildings at 2nd, 3rd, 5th streets of Frenchtown, Missouri.

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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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Frisco: A Look Back at the Saint Louis-San Francisco Railway

Frisco: A Look Back at the Saint Louis-San Francisco Railway

Contributed by: Springfield-Greene County Library District

The collection includes postcards, Frisco employee magazines, employee information cards, and photographs to tell the story of the Saint Louis-San Francisco Railway known as the Frisco, a dominant railroad throughout south central United States.

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Fruitful Heritage

Fruitful Heritage

Contributed by: Paul Evans Library of Fruit Science, Missouri State University

The Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station was established in 1899. Station directors and staff documented their work on 873 glass photographic plates. The collection displays the unique heritage of Ozark pomology (fruit culture). The collection documents fruit varieties, disease, insects, orchard equipment, and harvesting methods from the first half of the twentieth century.

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