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Family or personal papers may include records of several generations of one family.
Material might include correspondence, legal documents, photographs, memorabilia, and miscellaneous papers. Jones and Company, Green City, Missouri, Records, 1895-1903 (C0346) MICROFILM 8 volumes on 2 rolls of microfilm Daybooks and ledger for a lumber and building supply business in Green City, Missouri.
Items from race track ledger, West Plains, Missouri.
Aiken, Frank William, Papers, 1936, (C1814) 1 folder Copy of Aiken's birth certificate, the first issued in Missouri; photograph; and newspaper clipping.
Anderson, Joseph, Family, Letters, 1873-1908 (C0199) 6 folders Letters in Swedish to an immigrant who settled in Buffalo, Missouri, with his brother.
Includes meeting minutes, conference records, and financial materials. The collection largely consists of correspondence, research material, and publications.Also correspondence with friends, family, and other writers and are minutes and other documents relating to various organizations to which she belonged, such as the Quill Club.Alexander, Katherine Memory Book (CA6511) 0.1 cubic feet (1 folder) Memory book kept by a student at Central College for Women in Lexington, Missouri, 1916-1917. (1920-2008), Papers, (CA6323) 0.4 cubic feet Genealogy of the Alexander, Darr, and related families of central Missouri.Alley-Brewer Family Letters, 1857-1866, (C0196) 8 folders Letters to Margaret E.Brewer Alley and her husband, Hadley Alley, Mercer County Missouri, from her brother James L.
Also included is a Lutheran catechism and biblical reference sheet. Armil taken from various records concerning the history of sales of her house at 305 Hitt Street, Columbia, Missouri, accompanied by a photograph of the house. 1920-1958, (K1229) 1 cubic foot Poetry, writings, correspondence and music of a Kansas City poet. Babcock, Frank Olin (1916-2003) Papers, 1916-2003, (K0977) 2 cubic feet Personal papers of former Executive Vice-President of the Associated Plumbing Contractors and Mechanical Contractors of Greater Kansas City. His sons held the James boys' horses for five cents worth of candy. of Agriculture and Mary taught at the University of Missouri.