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Genealogy records are specifically compiled for the use of genealogists and family historians; compilations of births, deaths, marriages, and other vital statistics; and funeral home and cemetery records.Records may pertain to a particular lineage or geographical area.Includes correspondence, birth certificates, marriage licenses, funeral information and other legal papers.Also Alexander's World War II military records; Robert B.Anderson, Joseph, Family, Letters, 1873-1908 (C0199) 6 folders Letters in Swedish to an immigrant who settled in Buffalo, Missouri, with his brother.The letters are from relatives in Sweden and from a brother in Hermitage, Missouri, Illinois, and Michigan, giving early wages, positions, settlements, prices of voyages, crops, and farm animals. Armil, Vera Edith, Papers, n.d., (C3244) 1 folder The papers contain miscellaneous notes of Mrs. Avery, James H., Letter, 1915, (C2054) 1 folder Enclosing picture of their grandfather's house.The Adamson family lived in Dade and Lawrence Counties.Aid, Joseph, Papers, 1863-1921 (C0200) MICROFILM 4 folders Genealogical material on Aid and Miller families; Civil War military papers; and Aid's correspondence with wife and sons, 1863-1864, concerning Civil War, rations, places of interest, battles, and home news of Chillicothe, Ohio.
Andrew Theodore Brown (1923-1983) Collection, 1960-1963, n.d., (K0011) 6.25 cubic feet The collection contains dissertations, theses, and working papers prepared for Brown while he served as professor of history at the University of Kansas City and the University of Missouri-Kansas City and when he was director of the Kansas City History Project. Arthur Family Photograph Album, 1896-1919, (K1262) 1 volume Photograph album inscribed, "Miss Willie Arthur, Kansas City, Kansas Jan. Includes Arthur, Broadwell, Orbison, Holt and other families. 1914-1939, (R0244) 3 folders These are reminiscences and miscellaneous papers assembled in connection with Arthur's work on "Bushwhacker" Bill Wilson during the Civil War in Phelps County, Missouri. Includes personal papers, photographs and other materials relating to the life, family, and work of Babcock. Baird-Welsh-Chisholm Family Papers, 1894-1922, (K0655) 0.5 cubic feet The collection contains various scrapbooks such as photograph albums, baby books, and commemorative books of other events including deaths and weddings. Ball Family Photographs, (P0921) 3 photographs Portraits of Wesley and Matilda Ball Balot and Agron Family Papers, 1937-1993, (K0889) 1 folder Reunion booklet, the Agron-Eisberg Chronicle, containing family tree, photographs and family history.
Graham's discharge papers from the Missouri State Militia (1865); scrapbooks; photographs; books; and a journal kept by James Andrew Alexander of Longwood, Missouri.
Alexander, Ione (1892-1986) Papers, 1939-1986, (K0726) 8 cubic feet Idea notes and working drafts, published manuscripts of autobiographical stories, novels, plays, short stories, and poetry written by Alexander, an accomplished and published author.
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.