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Gasconade County Republican

Gasconade County Republican

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

The Gasconade County Republican printed its first issue in 1905 in Owensville, Mo. This collection covers issues published from 1905-1922.

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George Engelmann Correspondence

George Engelmann Correspondence

Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden

The collection contains more than 5,000 letters from nearly 600 of Engelmann's correspondents between the early 1830s and his death in 1884. Because the collection was assembled by Engelmann's son, George Julius, there are additional letters and published materials from the late 1880s and early 1890s.†

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Getting Physical: Women's Athletics at MU

Getting Physical: Women's Athletics at MU

Contributed by: University Archives, University of Missouri-Columbia

An exhibit showing history of women's sports and women's athletics at University of Missouri.

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Grayson Archery Collection

Grayson Archery Collection

Contributed by: University of Missouri Museum of Anthropology

One of the largest and most comprehensive collections of archery-related artwork collected by Charles E. Grayson. It includes an assemblage of long bows dating from 1850 to the present and the world's only complete collection of flight bows

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Greene County Aerial Photography

Greene County Aerial Photography

Contributed by: Missouri State University

Aerial photography for Greene County, Missouri, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture taken in 1936, 1938, and 1953.

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Greenwood Cemetery Funerary Art

Greenwood Cemetery Funerary Art

Contributed by: William Woods University

Grave markers and funerary art displayed here is from the Greenwood Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri. This collection is of special interest for those researching African-American lineages.

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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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Guerrillas and Outlaws

Guerrillas and Outlaws

Contributed by: Kansas City Public Library

These 53 drawings feature members of William Quantrill's Guerrillas, the James-Younger gang, and others associated with these men, like Brigadier General Joseph O. Shelby. All but one of the drawings are done in charcoal by two artists, A. L. Dillenbeck and Elmer Stewart.

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Guides to Missouri State University Special Collections and Archives

Guides to Missouri State University Special Collections and Archives

Contributed by: Missouri State University

Guides to the MSU Special Collections and Archives Department's collections, both processed and unprocessed, digitized and not.

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Guides to Special Collections at Ellis Library - UMC

Guides to Special Collections at Ellis Library - UMC

Contributed by: University of Missouri-Columbia Special Collections

Digital books of catalog, guide and directory to special collections at University of Missouri Ellis Library.

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