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Pacific Transcript

Pacific Transcript

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

The Pacific Transcript is a weekly newspaper published at Pacific, Mo. This collection covers issues published from 1895-1921. Like most newspapers during World War One, the Pacific Transcript supported the war effort.

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Palmyra Massacre Collection

Palmyra Massacre Collection

Contributed by: Marion County Library Subdistrict #1; Gardner House Museum – Heritage Seekers of Palmyra, Missouri

The Palmyra Massacre occurred in 1862 in Palmyra, Marion County, Missouri, when 10 Confederate prisoners were shot in retaliation for the abduction of a local Union sympathizer. This collection includes letters containing personal recollections of the Palmyra Massacre, as well as a booklet, “The Palmyra Massacre: A Short, Concise but True History of the Execution of Ten Confederate Soldiers, at Palmyra, Mo., October 18, 1862.”

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Paper Dinosaurs, 1824-1969

Paper Dinosaurs, 1824-1969

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

An exhibit of original printed materials related to the history of dinosaur discovery.

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Papers of James Mickleborough Greenwood 1874 - 1914

Papers of James Mickleborough Greenwood 1874 - 1914

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

Finding aid to personal and professional papers of James Mickleborough Greenwood.

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Pegram Ozark Life Collection, Ozark Folklife Project

Pegram Ozark Life Collection, Ozark Folklife Project

Contributed by: F. W. Olin Library, Drury University

Collection of 308 photographs depicting life in Ozark.

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Phelps County New Era

Phelps County New Era

Contributed by: Missouri University of Science and Technology

Issues of the Phelps County New Era for 1875-1878.

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Philip Mills Arnold Semeiology Collection

Philip Mills Arnold Semeiology Collection

Contributed by: Washington University Libraries Special Collections

Selected items from the Philip Mills Arnold Semeiology Collection in the Special Collections of the Washington University Libraries, documenting the history of signs, symbols, and communication.

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Photographs from the Joseph K. Redmond Jr. Collection

Photographs from the Joseph K. Redmond Jr. Collection

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

Collection of 148 black & white and color images collected by Joseph K. Redmond about theaters, both movie and stage, primarily in Kansas City from 1900 to 1982, with the majority dating from 1930 to 1945.

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Pioneering Days by Bud Belden

Pioneering Days by Bud Belden

Contributed by: Joplin Public Library

Memoir of Bud Belden about his father's Belden Electric Company, electrical industry, wiring houses and businesses and the immense Schifferdecker Electric Park, family stories and anecdotes about Joplin's citizens.

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Plat Books of Jackson County, Missouri

Plat Books of Jackson County, Missouri

Contributed by: Mid-Continent Public Library

This collection includes four Kansas City and Jackson County, Missouri plat books. The plat books in this collection are held by the Midwest Genealogy Center of the Mid-Continent Public Library. These heavily used plat books have been digitized to prevent further deterioration and to make them available to a wider audience.

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Politics in Missouri Oral History Collection

Politics in Missouri Oral History Collection

Contributed by: State Historical Society of Missouri

This collection contains 160 full-text transcripts and fifty-five full-audio recordings of oral histories given by Missouri political leaders and activists.

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Polk City Directories 1859-1925, Hannibal, MO

Polk City Directories 1859-1925, Hannibal, MO

Contributed by: Hannibal Free Public Library

Polk City Directories 1859 - 1925.

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Postcards from the St. Louis World's Fair & Exposition

Postcards from the St. Louis World's Fair & Exposition

Contributed by: Boone County Historical Society

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

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Powerful Grace Lies in Herbs and Plants

Powerful Grace Lies in Herbs and Plants

Contributed by: Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University ; Missouri Botanical Garden Library

A joint exhibit between Becker Medical Library and the Missouri Botanical Garden Library that showcases works on herbal medicine dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries.

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Preserve Louisiana's Images

Preserve Louisiana's Images

Contributed by: Preserve Louisiana’s Images Organization

The collection focuses on Louisiana (Missouri) downtown buildings, street scenes and businesses, local businesses outside the downtown business district, historic homes, river scenes, and key citizens.

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Progressive St. Charles 1916

Progressive St. Charles 1916

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

Digital copy of the book containing historical images of St. Charles County.

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Propaganda War: World War II Posters

Propaganda War: World War II Posters

Contributed by: Winston Churchill Memorial and Library in the United States

This exhibit of World War II posters shows how the media was used to send official messages. Posters also indirectly reflected the values, behavior, and attitudes of the American public.

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