Manuscript Collection

University of Missouri Collection Descriptions


Memorial Tower under construction. From collection C3864.

Memorial Tower under
construction. From
collection C3864.

Administrative records of the University of Missouri-Columbia, papers of faculty, administrators, staff, and students, and records of University organizations. See also the holdings of the Missouri University of Science and Technology Archives, University of Missouri-Columbia Archives, University of Missouri-Kansas City Archives, and University of Missouri-St. Louis Archives.


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A

Alexander, Ben W., Collection, (P0378)
1 folder
Postcards of the University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia MO, Chillicothe Business College, Winston Churchill Memorial Library, Missouri State Capital, Kansas City MO, Interstate 70, Windermere Baptist Assembly (Roach, MO) and Lake of the Ozarks.

Allen, O.E. (1900-1983), A Soil Improvement Program for Cass County, Missouri, 1928, (C2676)
1 volume
The collection contains a paper submitted to the contest of the Soil Improvement Committee of the National Fertilizer Association.

Almstedt, Hermann B. (1872-1954), Papers, 1887-1954, (C2408)
1.5 linear feet
The papers of Hermann B. Almstedt contain correspondence with colleagues and students, articles, speeches, poems, programs, report cards and diplomas of Hermann B. Almstedt, professor of Germanic Languages at the University of Missouri.

Alpha Gamma Delta, Epsilon Alpha Alumnae Chapter, Records, (SUNP2977)
0.4 linear feet
Records of a University of Missouri-Columbia sorority, consists of directories, newsletters, correspondence and miscellaneous records, and issues of the Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly, 1980s

Alpha Gamma Rho, Theta Chapter, Records, 1920-1973, (C3621)
0.5 linear feet
Records, correspondence and scrapbooks of a University of Missouri agricultural fraternity and its building association.

Alpha Pi Zeta Records, 1915-1965 (C0142)
0.4 linear feet
Minutes, constitution and by-laws, correspondence, financial reports, organizational information, membership lists, programs, and essay.

Alumnae Rush Advisory Committee Papers, 1967-1968, (C3336)
1 folder(s)
Minutes of Permanent Alumnae Rush Committee meetings. Topics discussed include organization and function of Committee, plans for computer rush, procedure for bid matching and rush schedule.

Aly, Bower (1903-1977), Address, 1974, (C3581)
1 folder(s)
Address on the poetry of John G. Neihardt, dedicating ground for the Neihardt building in Bancroft, NE, August 4, 1974.

American Association of University Professors, University of MO-Columbia Chapter, Papers, 1960-1970, (C3400)
0.8 linear feet
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, resolutions, reports, membership lists. Material on tenure, vested retirement plans, academic freedom, students' rights, economic status of profession, faculty participation in political affairs and in university government, national and state annual meetings.

American Association of University Professors, University of Missouri-Columbia Chapter, Papers, 1945-1976, (C3606)
0.4 linear feet
Correspondence, including local and national committee reports, newsletters, bulletins and statements, and clippings from a variety of publications on topics such as faculty participation in government, academic freedom and tenure, and students rights.

Anschuetz, Robert, Postcard Collection, (P0423)
5 postcards
Postcards of the University of Missouri, Columbia

Army R.O.T.C., University of Missouri, Photograph Collection, (P0838)
16 photographs
Portraits of professors of military science and tactics at the University of Missouri.

Artley, A. Sterl (1907-1998), Papers, 1940-1998 , (C3955)
1.8 linear feet
The papers of A. Sterl Artley, a professor at the University of Missouri School of Education, consist of correspondence, his autobiography, publicity and newspaper clippings, photographs, lecture notes, and publications. Artley was one of three authors of the children’s “Dick and Jane” primers and an expert in the field of reading education.

Athenaean Literary Society, Records, 1842-1925, (C0447)
1 linear foot, 3 volumes
Minutes and records of the organization, constitutions, membership lists, censors’ reports, a history, and scrapbook.

Athenaean Literary Society, Papers, 1933-1958 (C3346)
1 linear foot, 3 volumes
Correspondence of the University of Missouri Speech Department, Delta Sigma Rho, Athenaean Literary Society, and Missouri High School Speech Association. Also includes debate data, newspaper clippings, photographs, and three forensic activities scrapbooks.

Atherton, Lewis E. (1905-1989), Papers, 1919-1979, (C3848)
3 linear feet
Papers of Lewis E. Atherton, a professor of history at the University of Missouri-Columbia. The papers consist of correspondence, notes, notebooks, photograph books, publications, and miscellaneous material.

Atherton, Lewis E., (1905-1989), Papers, 1865-1974 (C3603)
RESTRICTED
13.7 linear feet
Papers of a University of Missouri professor of history and author. Personal, professional and editorial correspondence, departmental and committee papers, syllabi, lectures, exams, research notes, manuscripts of speeches, articles and books, records of students and copies of historical documents.

Atherton, Lewis E., (1905-1989), Thomas Jefferson, 1971, (C3333)
1 folder(s)
Copy of address delivered by professor of history at the University of Missouri-Columbia on occasion of Jefferson birthday observance on April 13, 1971.

Atwater, James D., Papers, (WUNP5691)
1 linear foot
INVENTORY. Papers of journalism educator and dean of School of Journalism at the University of Missouri. Includes correspondence, talks, subject files, and other materials.

Austin, Frank R., Diploma, 1875, (C2288)
1 folder
Teaching diploma issued to Frank R. Austin by the College of Normal Instruction, University of the State of Missouri, June 1875. Diploma signed by E.Z. Ripley, principal, and Daniel Read, president.

B

Bailey, Arthur T., Scrapbook, (P0261)
146 photographs
Scrapbook containing photographs taken 1925-1930 while Arthur T. Bailey was a student at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Various images of the university and students.

Baird, Ray (1897-1982), Papers, 1897-1985, (C0749)
0.6 linear feet
Papers of a Missouri professional youth work director, 1925-1956; businessman, 1956-1974; and amateur band leader, 1974-1982. Includes personal papers, genealogical materials on the Baird family, diaries, correspondence, poetry, award presentations, photographs, and newspaper clippings.

Ballard, John E. (1931-2005), Papers, (WUNP6135)
RESTRICTED
38.75 linear feet
PRELIMINARY INVENTORY: A local government specialist for 21 years for the University of Missouri Extension, Ballard earned a Master's degree in Community Development from the University of Missouri. Papers include personal research, records from his private consulting business, political newsletters, and other miscellaneous files.

Banks, Hartley H. (1859-1945), Papers, 1876-1928, (C3228)
6 folder(s)
Newspaper clippings of book reviews, speeches, and poems. Letters received on death of brother, Lynn S. Banks, 1928. Speeches on inauguration of Samuel S. Laws as president of the University of Missouri, 1876, and other speeches. Tribute to John T. Mitchell, 1921. 1883 pencil drawing of scene on University campus by J.J. Fowler.

Barclay, Thomas Swain (1892-1993), Papers, 1912, 1915-1925, 1935, (C3938)
1 linear foot
Papers of Thomas Swain Barclay, a professor of political science, member of the American Red Cross during World War I, and member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity at the University of Missouri. The papers consist of personal and professional correspondence, a wartime diary, overseas duty related papers, newsletters and programs, three dimensional items, photographs, oversized visual items, and miscellaneous material collected from his various associations.

Bauder, Russell S., (1902-1987), Papers, 1910-1971 (C3347)
RESTRICTED
24.7 linear feet
The papers of Russell S. Bauder, University of Missouri professor, economist, and arbitrator, consists of arbitration cases and labor agreements, 1929-1971; U.S. Employment Service papers, 1935-1939; U.S. National War Labor Board, Wage Stabilization, 1942-1952; speeches and articles, 1932-1943; miscellaneous economics papers and correspondence, 1939-1949; and miscellaneous reference materials, 1910-1960.

Beazley, Thomas L., Letters, 1883-1885, (C1934)
1 folder
The collection contains ten letters written by Beazley on various subjects including teaching, Missouri University literary societies, and land values in Missouri and Kansas.

Beazly, Thomas, Receipt, 1840, (C1656)
1 folder
Receipt of $25, one half his pledge to the University of Missouri.

Becking, Sarah Elizabeth Messer (1972-2008), Papers, (CA6292)
RESTRICTED
9.5 cubic feet, 148 computer discs
Papers of a Missouri School of Journalism alumnus and professional photographer who covered University of Missouri athletics.

Bedell, Ralph C. (1904-1991), Papers, 1929-1986, (C2543)
RESTRICTED
50.25 linear feet, 36 audio tapes, 2 films, 1 filmstrip
Papers of an educator and psychologist who specialized in counseling and guidance. Bedell directed NDEA Counseling and Guidance Institutes, taught at the Universities of Nebraska and Missouri, and served as secretary-general of the South Pacific Commission. Collection includes materials from Counseling and Guidance Institutes, counseling case files, and papers of South Pacific Commission.

Bedell, Ralph C., Papers, (CA5084)
16.5 linear feet
Addition of papers relating to the South Pacific Commission, the National Defense Education Act, U.S. Naval Flight Preparatory Schools, the University of Missouri, and other topics. Includes photos and slides.

Bell, Morris Frederick (1849-1929), Architectural Drawings, 1883-1895, (C3632)
0.2 linear feet
Elevations, plans, and details for the buildings of the University of Missouri Francis Quadrangle, the Missouri Industrial Home for Girls at Chillicothe, churches, private and public schools, and domestic architecture in Missouri.

Benedict, Norman, Photograph Collection, (P0507)
14 photographs
Photos of Boone County colleges and universities: University of Missouri, Christian College, and Stephens College.

Bennitt, Rudolf, Letters, 1942-1946, (C0210)
9 folders
Copies of newsletters sent out from Missouri Cooperative Wild Life Research Unit to former members at Missouri University who were in the armed services. Excerpts from letters received pertaining to all phases of training; general news of the university, Wild Life Commission, research unit assignments, resume of state and national meetings; and discussion of post-war curriculum.

Bergseid, Carolyn R., Postcard Collection, (P0548)
28 postcards
Postcards of St. Joseph, Kansas City, Springfield, St. Louis, Bolivar, and the University of Missouri Columns.

Berneche, Jerry and Joanne, Photographs, (P0282)
3 photographs
Three photographs: staff of the University Argus at the University of Missouri (1890), dentist's office in Kansas City (ca 1940s), and Jesse Hall at the University of Missouri.

Beta Phi Mu, Psi Chapter, Records, 1971-2001, (CA6339)
1 cubic foot
Records of the Psi Chapter of Beta Phi Mu, the International Library and Information Studies Honor Society. The Psi Chapter is located at the University of Missouri School of Information Science & Learning Technologies. The records include meeting minutes, correspondence, chapter newsletters, membership and mailing lists, treasurers’ reports, and accounting information.

Beta Theta Pi, Zeta Phi Chapter, Papers, 1921-1963, (C3217)
1 folder(s)
Miscellaneous letters, clippings, and songs of a University of Missouri fraternity.

Bliss Lyceum Records, 1890, (C0877)
1 folder
Constitution and articles of association of an organization at the University of Missouri. The group was formed to encourage legal study, to provide a forum of thought, to strengthen collegiate ties, and to secure benefits from discussions of legislative and judicial questions.

Botts, Thomas W. (1904-1999), Papers, 1912-1981, (C2686)
3.2 linear feet
Correspondence, training information, and track meet programs, of University of Missouri track and cross-country coach Thomas W. Botts.

Botts, Virginia M., Papers, (SUNP0720)
1 folder(s)
Histories of three fraternities: Phi Delta Theta, Missouri Alpha Chapter; Beta Theta Pi, Zeta Phi Chapter; Phi Kappa Psi, Missouri Alpha Chapter.

Bradshaw, William L. (1896-1964), Papers, 1912-1973, (C2556)
RESTRICTED
11.2 linear feet
The papers of William L. Bradshaw contain business and personal papers of Bradshaw, political scientist and dean of the University of Missouri Business School, 1946-1961. Included are papers as delegate to Missouri Constitutional Convention, 1943-1944, member of State Reorganization Commission, 1953-1955, and other state, local, and professional organizations.

Brady, Thomas A. (1902-1964), Papers, 1910-1959, (C0033)
10 linear feet
Papers of University of Missouri vice-president re-establishment of a four-year medical school, Missouri School of Mines, and other University and educational matters.

Brady, Thomas A., (1902-1964), Papers, 1951-1959, (C2273)
2 folders
Correspondence and memorial pamphlet concerning the Jesse E. Wrench Memorial Fund, University of Missouri, 1958-1959. Lists of acquisitions of Western Historical Manuscripts Collection, 1951.

Brady, Thomas A. (1902-1964), Papers, (CA4891)
2.5 linear feet
Speeches and other files of vice-president of University of Missouri, mostly about Catholic Church and Catholic College student life.

Branson, Edwin Bayer (1877-1950), Papers, 1892-1954, (C2404)
1.1 linear feet
The papers of Edwin Bayer Branson contain correspondence, memorabilia, field books, and miscellaneous papers of a University of Missouri geologist (1910-1947), including information on the development of the Department of Geology during the 37 years he served as chairman.

Brashear, Margaret M., Papers, 1868-1962 (C3393)
6.3 linear feet, 1 volume
The papers of Margaret M. Brashear contain correspondence, manuscripts, notes, clippings, student papers, and articles of Margaret M. Brashear, who was a professor of English at the University of Missouri. She taught classes on Mark Twain and Missouri literature and wrote several books and articles.

Bridges, Mrs. Homer L., Postcard Collection, (P0377)
1 folder
Postcards of University of Missouri Columbia, the Missouri State Capitol, St. Louis, Barnes Hospital (St. Louis), Uniontown, and Ellington, MO

Broadhead, Garland Carr (1827-1912), Papers, 1853-1908, (C1000)
0.6 linear feet, 3 volumes
The Broadhead Papers consist of correspondence and miscellaneous notes of an engineer, geologist, and professor at the University of Missouri. Scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings relating to the history of Missouri and Texas, and obituaries of prominent Missourians.

Brockman, Alice Bishop, Papers, (CA6367)
1 folder
The papers of a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism include a brief memoir, photographs, and clippings concerning her time covering the Congress of Racial Equality (C.O.R.E.) for The Maneater in 1962-1963.

Brookfield, Dutton (1917-1979), Papers, 1844-1979, (C2732)
72.4 linear feet
Business, political and personal papers and photographs of Kansas City, MO, community leader. President of Unitog Company (1953-1979), mayoral candidates (1963, 1971), and on boards of numerous corporations and educational and civic organizations. Family papers include letters from the Civil War, World War I and II, and Vietnam.

Brown, Charles R., Papers, (WUNP5287)
1 folder(s)
Four photographs and negatives of a UM student and football player in the 1960s and his family. Also includes a sketch by Joe McCarty.

Brown, H. Clifford, Chemistry Laboratory Notebook, 1920, (C0652)
1 folder
A notebook kept by a student in chemistry, describing experiments and giving equations.

Brown, Harry Gunnison (1880-1975), Papers, 1924-1950, (C3109)
0.8 linear feet
Correspondence of economist and professor of economics at the University of Missouri. Brown supported the theories of Henry George and was an advocate of land value taxation. Also included are Brown's papers as chairman of the Department of Economics.

Brown, Harry Gunnison, Papers, (WUNP3982)
1 folder(s)
Papers of a University of Missouri professor of entomology

Brunk, Hugh D. (1919-2009), Papers, 1956-1966, (C3231)
0.7 linear feet
The Hugh D. Brunk Papers include correspondence concerning demand for and installation of computer facilities at University of Missouri, minutes of related committees, and miscellaneous computer pamphlets. Also included are preliminary drafts and final copy of the National Science Foundation’s Science Development Program Proposal seeking aid in establishing a mathematical science center at the University.

Burgdorf, Sue, Photograph Collection, (P0221)
11 photographs
11 photographs of St. Patrick's Day celebrations at the University of Missouri (1920-21).

Burnham, W. H., Class Notes, 1861, (C0641)
2 folders
Notes of lectures on anatomy and physiology by Professor Norwood and on international and constitutional law, taken at the University of Missouri by W.H. Burnham of Clarksville, Pike County, MO.

Bussabarger, Robert F. (1922-2013), Papers, 1922-1990, (C3897)
7 linear feet and oversize
Papers of ceramic sculptor, potter, painter and University of Missouri-Columbia Professor Emeritus of Art. These papers include personal and professional correspondence, exhibition announcements and catalogs, photographs, publications, clippings, research project records, scrapbooks, biographical materials, records of the University of Missouri Department of Art and miscellaneous material.

Butler Play School, Butler, Missouri, Scrapbook, 1908, (C0607)
1 folder
Scrapbook of the Butler Play School for the summer of 1908. Includes a typewritten report and evaluation of the school’s operations, correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings.

C

Campbell-Harrison Home Economics Cooperative House, Univ. of Missouri-Columbia, Papers, 1936-1986, (WUNP5756)
9 linear feet
INVENTORY. Scrapbooks containing photographs, newspaper clippings, programs and other materials related to the University of Missouri sorority, 1936-1986.

Cargill, Jesse Taylor (1892- ), Papers, (SUNP5870)
Letters to a University of Missouri educated editorial cartoonist related to his work, 1922-1966.

Carpenter, G.W., Papers, 1904-1905, (C0263)
1 folder
Examination books for courses in American and British history at the University of Missouri.

Carpenter, William Weston (1889-1968), Scrapbooks, 1948-1963 (C3407)
.2 linear feet
Professor of Education at the University of Missouri, Carpenter served as educational advisor to General MacArthur during post World War II occupation of Japan. Scrapbooks of news clippings, photos of Japanese schools, miscellaneous photos, maps, and posters.

Carter, William R., Papers, 1867-1917, (C2605)
0.3 linear feet
Material compiled by W.R. Carter about the University of Missouri and the College of Normal Instruction, now the College of Education.

Cassidy, J. Don, Drawing, (P0376)
1 drawing
Architect's rendering of Ellis Library exterior, 1914

Cavicchia, Paul G., Collection, (P0726)
8 photographs
Several early 20th century postcards of the University of Missouri and a photo of the Young Faculty Boarding Club, 1910.

Center and Periphery, Newsletters, 1970-1976 (C3328)
6 folder(s)
The Center and Periphery newsletter was a College of Arts and Science faculty newsletter resulting from concern over communications breakdown within University of Missouri-Columbia. The newsletter ceased publication when UMC-NEA chapter was organized and began publishing Faculty Perspectives. Included are statements of purpose and editorial policy, and discussions of academic freedom, faculty responsibilities, political pressures vs. educational needs, teacher/course evaluation, pertinent book reviews, admission and budget policies, role and scope proposal, library, salary studies, and other issues.

Chew, Joseph, Commission, 1855, (C1489)
1 folder
Commission as a curator of the University of Missouri, by Governor Sterling Price. Commission bears impression of the Missouri State Seal.

Chomeau, Henri, Papers, 1869-1956, (C2252)
5 folders
Copies of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and miscellany concerning Chomeau, Roswell M. Field and Eugene Field, activities at the University of Missouri, and social gossip.

Chung, Polly Allen, Photograph Collection, (P0141)
1 folder
Assorted color and b/w prints and negatives related to the Campbell Harrison House during the 1960s when it was connected to the MU Home Economics Department

Cline, Jessie Alice, Papers, (CA2945)
15 linear feet
Papers of a restaurant owner and operator and Professor of Home Economics at the University of Missouri, includes correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, and research materials concerning the restaurant industry and food preparation.

Coffman, John W., University of Missouri Postcard Collection, (P0305)
1 folder
Postcards of the University of Missouri, ca. 1910.

Cole, Mrs. Redmond S., Photograph Collection, (P0503)
4 photographs
Photos of the University of Missouri football team, 1894-1896. Portrait of Dr. Andrew Taylor Still.

Coleman, O.T. (1891-1965), Papers, 1918-1962, (C3353)
9 folder(s)
Clippings; World War I envelopes with censor stamp; biography; reports on limestone grinding, soil, work for farmers on relief; letters about book reviews, articles, Missouri State Extension Service, nomination as fellow of American Society of Agronomy, awards; letters of commendation; appointment as extension professor emeritus.

Coleman, O.T. (1891-1965), Papers, 1946-1961, (C2266)
9 folders
The papers of O.T. Coleman contain speeches and articles by a soil specialist with the Agricultural Extension Service of the University of Missouri and director of Missouri county soil testing laboratories.

College Songs, Missouri State University, 1873, (C0809)
1 folder
Song book of lyrics of the popular college songs of the day.

Collette, Elmon Laurence, Scrapbook, (P0269)
101 photographs
Scrapbook and photographs of the University of Missouri taken by Elmon Laurence Collette while he attended the university as an engineering student, 1903-1908.

Columbia Missourian, Photographs, (P0102)
1.25 linear feet
An extensive collection of photographs taken by the staff of the Columbia Missourian newspaper in the 1970s and 1980s, with a focus on Columbia people, places, and events.

Conley-Miller Family, Papers, 1792-1967, (C3693)
5.2 linear feet, 3 oversize volumes
Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, account books, ledgers, financial and personal rec-ords, genealogical materials, photographs, and miscellaneous items of the Conleys and Millers, prominent Boone County, Missouri, families.

Connaway, John Waldo (1859-1947), Papers, 1878-1944, (C0052)
2.2 linear feet
The papers of John W. Connaway contain personal and professional correspondence, research notes and writings, and brief personal material regarding his family. Connaway was Professor of Veterinary Science and Comparative Medicine at the University of Missouri Agri-cultural Experiment Station from 1888 to 1947 where he made significant findings in controlling Texas fever, hog cholera, brucellosis or Bang's disease, and other farm animal diseases.

Couch, Mrs. James R., Postcard Collection, (P0427)
19 postcards
Postcards of Columbia and the University of Missouri campus, ca. 1906-1915

Cowgill, Donald O., Papers, (WUNP5069)
0.2 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of correspondence and photographs to papers of a professor of sociology.

Cowgill, Donald O., Papers, (CA4923)
0.2 linear feet
Addition of correspondence, research, and professional writings of a former professor of sociology.

Cowgill, Donald O., Papers, (WUNP5244)
1 folder(s)
Addition. Correspondence, notes, and professional materials of a University of Missouri professor of sociology for 1967 and 1968.

Cowgill, Donald O., Papers, (CA4791)
25 linear feet
Papers of a former professor of sociology at UMC. Includes correspondence, professional papers, and student materials.

Cowgill, Donald O., Papers, (WUNP5635)
1 folder(s)
Addition of correspondence and other material relating to Cowgill's appointment and service as chairman of his academic department, ca. 1970.

Cowgill, Donald O., Papers, (WUNP5619)
0.4 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of materials primarily concerning Rhodesia in the 1960s; Thailand; and Cowgill's professional certificates and 'World War II classification cards.

Crain, Ada E. (1904-2003), Papers, c. 1860-2003, (C3067)
1.3 linear feet
The papers of Ada Crain, a schoolteacher, consist of correspondence, genealogical materials, photographs, yearbooks, an 1878 diary, and a manuscript written by Crain. The materials detail the first half of Ada Crain’s life while living and teaching in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Michigan.

Crittenden, Thomas Theodore (1832-1909), Letter, 1896, (C1744)
1 folder
The collection contains a letter to R.H. Jesse, Columbia, MO, from Mexico City, Dec. 28, 1896. Crittenden describes the Texas-Missouri football game in Mexico City and compares Mexican cadets with American students.

Croft, Huber O. (1896-1976), "A Brief History of the Research Reactor Facilities at the University of Missouri," 1965, (C2608)
RESTRICTED
1 folder
Discusses political background and actions of University personnel and committees involved in construction planning. Financial details and construction problems are discussed.

Cross, Mrs. Cecil E., Postcard Collection, (P0265)
7 postcards
Seven postcards of the University of Missouri showing quadrangle, columns, birds-eye view of campus, academic hall and Broadway in Columbia during busy day.

Curtis, Roy Emerson (1886-1960), Papers, 1935-1940, (C3408)
0.2 linear feet
Curtis was professor of economics and finance at the University of Missouri, and served as dean of the school of Business and Public Administration from 1936 to 1942. Papers contain correspondence related to academic courses, faculty, students and jobs. Some business questionnaires and conference programs.

Curtis, Winterton Conway (1875-1966), Papers, 1892-1962, (C2528)
2.5 linear feet
The papers of Winterton Conway Curtis contain correspondence, reprints, autobiographical notes, photographs and miscellaneous material of a University of Missouri professor of zoology and dean of the College of Arts and Science. Also included is professional correspondence, 1904-1911, of George Lefevre, professor of zoology at the University of Missouri.

Curtis, Winterton Conway (1875-1965), Papers, 1898-1958 (C3423)
.75 linear feet
Lecture notes and related material for the protozoology course given by Curtis in the zoology department of the University of Missouri. Published articles by other authors from Curtis' collection, a few personal letters, and photographs. Also by-laws and business correspondence of the Westmount Civic Improvement Association, 1908-1917.

Curtis, Winterton Conway (1875-1966), Papers, (CA5187)
0.4 linear feet
Addition of correspondence, writings, and publications to papers of a professor of zoology at the University of Missouri. Includes some papers of zoology professor George Lefevre.

D

Dains, Mary Kathy, Photographs, (P0300)
3 folders
Photographs of Columbia, MO, the University of Missouri (1978-1986, including extensive coverage of Ellis Library construction in the 1980s), and historic sites and structures across Missouri. Also includes portraits taken or acquired by Dains for use in her book "Show Me Missouri Women". Dains also completed photography as part of her work at the State Historical Society of Missouri; see P137 for photos taken in that capacity.

Dalton, John M. (1900-1972), Papers, 1921-1965 (C2417)
130.3 linear feet, 1 CD
Personal and official papers of a Democratic governor of Missouri, 1961-1965. Includes some material from his term as Missouri attorney general.

Dee, James P., Papers, 1949-1950 (C0093)
0.2 linear feet
Correspondence, book reports, reading lists, and University of Missouri M.A. thesis, a rhetorical study of a speech by Nebraska Senator George W. Norris, March 4, 1917, on the "armed ship filibuster."

Delta Phi Alpha, Eta Beta Chapter, Records, (WUNP4370)
0.4 linear feet
Records of German honorary society at UMC.

Denslow, William, Photograph Collection, (P0023)
177 photographs
Photographic prints of events from ca. 1900: University of Missouri Agriculture and Engineering student activities, St. Louis World's Fair including construction of various buildings and people, Macon and Trenton scenes and scenes of Washington, D.C.

Dierssen, Anna (1884-1969), Papers, 1907-1965 (C3399)
0.5 linear feet
Diaries of student days at the University of Missouri, 1907-1908, and as a member of the Wednesday Club, Cape Girardeau, MO, 1911-1918; journal of a trip to a family reunion in West Virginia, 1961; two collections of poetry; and novelette about life in Illinois and Missouri in the 19th century.

Dobbs, Ella Victoria (1866-1952), Papers, 1882-1961, (C0095)
0.8 linear feet
The papers of Ella Victoria Dobbs, University of Missouri Professor Emeritus of Applied Arts and founder of Pi Lambda Theta includes correspondence; speeches; articles; a published biography; classroom notebooks; clippings; manuscript material from an incomplete book, The Creative Arts in Democratic Living; and Pi Lambda Theta records.

Donnelly, Phil M. (1891-1961), Papers, 1944-1957, (C2151)
91.6 linear feet, 10 volumes
Papers relating to Donnelly's two terms as Democratic governor of Missouri.

Dorsey, Carolyn, Papers, (WUNP5558)
RESTRICTED
3 linear feet
INVENTORY. Papers of a University of Missouri educator which primarily concern issues and programs of affirmative action, student affairs, and minority students.

Dorsey, J.S., Promissory Note, 1892, (C2725)
1 folder
A note for one thousand dollars to encourage the rebuilding of the University of Missouri after the fire of 1892.

Dorsey-Fuqua Family, Collection, 1851-1939, (C3830)
DIGITIZED MATERIALS
4 folders, 1 oversize volume
The Dorsey-Fuqua Family Collection consists of correspondence, legal papers, and miscellaneous material. The correspondence and legal papers concern Jerre S. Dorsey during the Civil War. The miscellaneous papers include memorabilia of Columbia, Missouri, the University of Missouri, and a souvenir of Mark Twain's 70th birthday at Delmonico's in 1905. The volume is an illustrated atlas of Boone County, Missouri, from 1876, with handwritten notations.

Douglass, Joseph L., Studio Photographs, (P0434)
0.3 linear feet
Photographs taken by Joseph L. Douglass, a commercial photographer in Columbia Missouri ca. 1890s-early 1900s. Includes images of the ruins of Academic Hall, the University of Missouri campus, and portraits of students and Columbia residents.

Drymon, Ira, "Prosperity Through Soil Building: A Soil Improvement Program for Jackson Co., Mo., 1927", (C2675)
1 volume
The collection contains a paper submitted to the contest of the Soil Improvement Committee of the National Fertilizer Association.

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East Campus Neighborhood Survey, Columbia, Missouri, Records, (SUNP5868)
Correspondence, proposals and other grant application material, resident contact information and other background material, and oral history recordings, notes and logs related to a University of Missouri, Department of Art History and Archaeology sponsored architectural / historic survey, 1992-1993.

Edom, Cliffton C., Photographs, (P0313)
4 photographs
Exterior view of Ralls County Courthouse, New London, Ralls County, photographs of Chinese stone lions at the University of Missouri.

Elliff, Joseph Doliver (1863-1959), Papers, 1904-1936 (C0061)
2 linear feet
Papers of a professor of high school administration at the University of Missouri, 1904-1936, who was an advocate of vocational education, a member of the State Board of Education, and official of the North Central Association. Correspondence, essays, lectures, and reports.

Ellinger, Rory Vincent (1941-2014), Collection, 1951-1973, (C3555)
3.4 linear feet
Papers of a student activist at the University of Missouri-Columbia, 1966-1972, who served as president of the Columbia branch of Students for a Democratic Society and was active in the New Democratic Coalition and numerous other organizations. SDS papers and SDS New Left Notes are included.

Ellis, Elmer (1901-1989), Interview, 1964, (C2738)
2 folders
The collection contains an interview with the president of the University of Missouri. Included is information concerning accomplishments at the University, other positions held, and thoughts on improving educational opportunities in Missouri. Also included is an article based on the interview.

Ellis, Elmer (1901-1989), Letter, 1960, (C3176)
1 folder(s)
To Thomas A. Brady, Columbia, MO, from Columbia, MO, June 27, 1960. Gives the university library committee authorization to change the library's classification system from Dewey Decimal to Library of Congress.

Ellis, Elmer (1901-1989), Papers, 1830-1995, (C4069)
47.5 linear feet
The papers of the fourteenth president of the University of Missouri. The materials contain correspondence, reports, speeches, newspaper clippings, publications, teaching materials, awards, degrees, photographs, and miscellaneous material.

Ellis, Elmer, (1901-1989), Papers, 1928-1941, (C2504)
1.8 linear feet
The papers of Elmer Ellis contain notes and correspondence concerning Henry Moore Teller, U.S. senator from Colorado, compiled by Elmer Ellis in preparation for his book, HENRY MOORE TELLER: DEFENDER OF THE WEST. Also personal papers.

Ellis, Elmer (1901-1989), Papers, 1934-1943, (C2886)
1.4 linear feet
Papers of a member of the Department of History pertaining to departmental and University matters, accreditation of high schools and colleges, the publication of his books, Henry Moore Teller: Defender Of The West and Mr. Dooley's America: A Life Of Finley Peter Dunne, and activities of professional organizations.

English, W. Francis (1903-1981), Papers, 1838-1956 (C3358)
1.5 linear feet
As educator and administrator at the University of Missouri, English served as director of the Western Historical Manuscript Collection, dean of the College of Arts and Science, and professor of history. The papers include personal correspondence and topical materials.

English, W. Francis, Papers, (WUNP5595)
0.6 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of various speeches and remarks delivered by English. Most concern higher education and/or the University of Missouri.

Ensminger, Douglas (1910-1989), Papers, (CA5230)
9.5 linear feet
Papers of a rural sociologist and University of Missouri-Columbia professor. Includes speeches, lectures, writings, subject files, correspondence and other materials. Most materials from later career.

Evans, Maria L., Papers, (WUNP5831)
Noteservice notes and student synopses of lectures of first and second year courses at the University of Missouri School of Medicine. Courses include anatomy, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, and others, 1986-1988.

Ewing, E.B., Opinion, 1851, (C1774)
1 folder
The collection contains a photostat of an opinion from the secretary of state that an act requires the auditor of public accounts to draw money from certain land sales in favor of the treasurer of the state university.

F

Fairchild, Arthur Henry Rolph, Papers, 1900-1963, (C3526)
8 folder(s)
Papers of a professor of English at the University of Missouri from 1904 to 1946. Diplomas, writings, and speeches, and bills and receipts relating to the building of his house in Columbia, MO.

Faurot, Don (1902-1995), Papers 1920s-1996, (C2971)
0.6 linear feet
The papers of Don Faurot, University of Missouri football coach and athletic director, consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and publications documenting his career at the University of Missouri.

Faurot, Don (1902-1995), Papers, (CA6067)
6.7 cubic feet, 11 video cassettes, 1 audio tape
Addition of material includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, photographs, obituary material, football programs and memorabilia, scrapbooks, and video cassettes.

Faust, Martin L., Papers, 1932-1953, (C2354)
4 folders
The papers of Martin L. Faust, professor of political science at the University of Missouri, contain a book on personal materials compiled by Faust, and two student papers.

Fellows, John N., Reports, 1890-1893, (C0318)
1 folder
Reports on academic performance at the University of Missouri. Also Bingham Grammar School report for Charles Hays, Jr.

Ferguson, James M., Deportment Sheet, 1861, (C0614)
1 folder
Grades and general deportment of a student at the University of Missouri.

Ficklin, Joseph (1833-1887), Papers, 1851-1908, (C0100)
0.4 linear feet
Correspondence pertaining to mathematical science, publication of mathematical books, astronomy, and personal affairs. Also an algebra copybook.

Field, Eugene (1850-1895), Letter, 1886, (C3295)
1 folder(s)
Copy of a letter to the Missouri Alpha Chapter of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, giving a brief professional sketch of himself. Published in THE SCROLL, 1896.

Finch, James A., Jr. (1907- ), Papers, 1951-1980, (C0769)
4.4 linear feet
Papers of assistant attorney general of Missouri, 1932; acting prosecuting attorney of Cape Girardeau County, 1941-1942; member and president of the Board of Curators of the University of Missouri, 1951-1965; and judge, 1965-1978, and chief justice, 1971-1973, of the Missouri Supreme Court. Material consists of correspondence from Finch’s term on the Board of Curators and his speeches at various judicial conferences and other functions.

Finley, Arnot M., Photograph Albums, 1913-1919 (C3422)
3 volumes
Photographs of the University of Missouri campus, sports events, student activities, and individual students. Includes scenes of Columbia, Missouri.

First Christian Church, Columbia, Missouri, Records, 1824-1997, (C3991)
16.75 linear feet, 18 audio cassettes
The church records include minutes of administrative boards and committees, ministers' and administrators' papers, papers of the Christian Student Congregation, publications, the Bear Creek Church record book, the record book of the Construction Committee, and papers of several affiliated clubs and committees. Documents especially cover the period from the 1920s to 1964. In addition, this collection contains drafts and notes by Mary K. Dains for her history of the First Christian Church published in 1996. Her research includes interview recordings with church members.

Fitzgerald, Alice Irene (1911-1994), Papers, 1954-1990, (C3919)
6 linear feet, 2 audio tapes
Alice Irene Fitzgerald was a Professor of Education at the University of Missouri from 1961 until her retirement in 1981. Her papers contain correspondence with faculty, students, and friends; records of her activities at the university and in many professional organizations such as the American Association of University Women (Columbia branch, Missouri Division, and National), and the Missouri State Teachers Association; and manuscripts of articles and her book, Missouri's Literary Heritage for Children and Yourth: An Annotated Bibliography of Books About Missouri, as well as two audio tapes of Fitzgerald discussing her book.

Fitzgerald, W. Lyle (1922-1967), Papers, 1918-2003, (C3538)
2.6 linear feet, 1 audio cassette
The W. Lyle Fitzgerald Papers contain the correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, books, pamphlets, awards, announcements, and miscellaneous material of a soldier who fought in the Pacific Theatre during the Second World War.

Flory, Josephine, Papers, 1931-1939, (SUNP2315)
6 folder(s)
Scrapbook, letters, theatre programs of a former University of Missouri student and faculty member.

Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, (CA2410)
5 folders, 3 volumes
Scrapbook, membership lists, records of newcomers' group, treasurer's records and miscellaneous files.

Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, (CA2852)
1.6 linear feet
Addition. Committee and officer's reports, board meeting minutes, bulletins, financial records, correspondence, membership lists, and newspaper clippings, 1962-1983.

Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, (CA2866)
0.7 linear feet
Addition. Scrapbook containing photographs, newspaper clippings, and club bulletins, 1963-1985.

Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, (CA3059)
0.1 linear feet
Addition of scrapbooks with photographs, bulletins, programs, and newspaper clippings of club events, 1985-1992. Also contains yearly club programs, 1939-1969, and a video recording of 1992-1993 events.

Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, (CA3162)
2 volumes
Addition of scrapbooks containing bulletins and photographs of club activities, 1993-1995.

Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, (CA5750)
6 cubic feet, 16 oversize volumes, 3 audio cassettes
Addition of records of a women’s organization for wives of University of Missouri faculty and female faculty members. See also Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, 1894-1975, (C3670).

Fortnightly Club, Columbia, Missouri, Records, 1894-1975, (C3670)
1.6 linear feet, 3 oversize volumes
The records of the Fortnightly Club, a women's organization for wives of University of Missouri faculty and female faculty members, 1894-1975, and the Newcomers' Division of Fortnightly Club, 1935-1972, consist of correspondence, membership information, bylaws, minutes, treasurer's reports and programs. Printed year books, constitutions, bulletins, and a 75-year history of Fortnightly Club are housed in the State Historical Society of Missouri library.

Fraternity Newsletters, 1961, (C0963)
1 folder
Six fraternity newsletters issued by University of Missouri chapters of FarmHouse, Kappa Alpha, Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Acacia.

Froman, Jane (1907-1980), Papers, 1891-1980, (C3695)
MICROFILM
8.5 linear feet, 14 volumes on 2 rolls of microfilm, 453 records, 14 audio tapes, 4 films, 1 DVD
Correspondence, financial records, memorabilia, musical arrangements, record albums, tapes, films, scrapbooks, and photographs of Jane Froman, singer and radio, theater, and movie star from the 1930s to the 1950s. Some papers of her mother, Anna Barcafer Froman Hetzler (1873-1962), pianist, music instructor at Christian and Stephens Colleges in Columbia, Missouri, and wife of the mayor of Columbia, William J. Hetzler, are also in the papers. The papers include material on radio, movie musicals, the USO, theater and club appearances, television, and popular music of the 1930s through the 1950s. The volumes are on microfilm.

Froman, Jane (1907-1980), Papers, (CA5133)
0.4 linear feet
Addition of personal and professional papers of Jane Froman, including photographs and correspondence and personal papers of Rowland H. Smith.

Fyfer, John K., Diplomas, 1893, (C2286)
1 folder
Two electrical engineering diplomas issued to Fyfer by the Department of Engineering, University of the State of Missouri, June 1893. Diplomas signed by R.H. Jesse, president, and faculty member of the departments of engineering, physics and math.

G

Gallemore, Nelson C., Certificate, 1886, (C0522)
1 folder(s)
Certificate issued by the University of Missouri for completion of course in double-entry bookkeeping.

Gentry, North Todd (1866-1944), Athenaean Society Scrapbook, 1869-1921, (C1401)
1 volume
Programs of a literary society at the University of Missouri.

German Club Papers, 1903-1965 (C3360)
1.4 linear feet
The papers of the German Club contain correspondence and minutes written in both English and German. The papers are partially translated and include programs, menus, elections, degree requirements, clippings, visitors, songs, photographs, and five woodcuts for German Christmas cards.

Gillispie, David C., Receipt, 1841, (C1660)
1 folder
Receipt of $12.50, payment in full of Gillispie's subscription to the University of Missouri.

Gingrich, Newell S., "Some Facts and Recollections of the History of the Department of Physics at the University of Missouri in Columbia," 1981, (C0677)
4 folders
Typescript, largely written by Gingrich in 1974, which contains information on and reminiscences of the faculty, a history of departmental moves and addition of equipment, a history of the O.M. Stewart Fund, and a history of the Committee on Science Laboratories and Instruments.

Graham, John, University of Missouri College of Agriculture Photographs, (P0308)
0.125 linear feet
Photographs of University of Missouri School of Agriculture students and faculty from the early twentieth century, including members of Alpha Zeta, Dean Mumford and professors, Dr. Jesse, the Farmers Fair, Barn Warming, and Ag Club.

Grawe, Oliver Randolph (1901-1965), Papers, 1930-1962, (C3578)
6 folder(s)
Miscellaneous papers of a professor and author of University of Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy at Rolla. Included are manuscripts about minerals and ores of Missouri, and a copy of Noel Hubbard's history of Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy and duplication of engineering education in Missouri in 1938.

Green, A.P. (1875-1956), Papers, 1926-1958 (C2960)
29 linear feet
Business and personal papers of a Mexico, Missouri, fire brick manufacturer. Correspondence with family members; business associates in U.S., Europe, and South America; as trustee of Westminster College and member of Board of Visitors of University of Missouri; and with miscellaneous business and charitable organizations.

Greene, Charles Wilson (1866-1947), Papers, 1898-1938, (C0109)
0.7 linear feet
The papers and correspondence of a Charles Wilson Greene, a professor at the Medical School of the University of Missouri.

Greer, Jerry D., Papers, (CA5032)
RESTRICTED
41 linear feet
Personal and professional papers of a U.S. Forest Ranger. Includes papers while a student at the University of Missouri-Columbia and family papers.

H

Hahn, Robert C., Photograph Collection, (P0506)
6 photographs
Copy photos of University of Missouri sports and student life, ca. 1909-1912

Hale, Mrs. Allean, Collection, (P0156)
1 folder
Various images of Columbia and views of sororities and fraternities.

Hammond, Harry E., "Historical Sketch of the Department of Physics, Univ. of Mo., 1839-1954", (C0633)
5 folders
History of the physics department and its work, 1839-1954. Includes photographs of physics lab equipment and one image of the chancellor’s home on the University of Missouri campus.

Handbills, 1972, (C3279)
1 folder(s)
Handbill from the University of Missouri Student Association, urging people to vote 7 March 1972 on Columbia, MO, city charter amendments, sewer bond issue, and the General Telephone Company franchise. Handbill announcing a meeting of the Socialist Study Group on U.S. Imperialism and the Third World, 22 April 1972.

Harris, Althea M., Papers, (WUNP5252)
0.25 linear feet
Scrapbook kept by a University of Missouri-Columbia student during the 1960s and 1970s. Photographs, histories, correspondence, and memorabilia, primarily relating to the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.

Heckel, Albert Kerr (1880-1965), Papers, 1903-1965 (C3481)
3.8 linear feet
Heckel was an educator and dean of men at the University of Missouri, 1924-1941; a national officer of Alpha Tau Omega; and dean of the Floating University in 1926-1927. Papers include personal and professional correspondence, writings, and poems by his wife, Pearl Bash Heckel.

Herde, Mary Jo, Photograph Collection, (P0223)
137 photographs
Original photos of the "Early Freak Movement in Columbia" and Vietnam War protests.

Hill, A. Ross (1869-1943), Papers, 1914-1930, (C0116)
0.3 linear feet
Papers pertaining to the work connected with the office of President of Missouri University; committee report on faculty participation in removals and censure of fellow members, resignations, committee reports of redivision of calendar year, dismissal of George L. Clark, minutes of University faculty and Board of Curators. Speeches made by Hill. Committee report on University control of National Association of State Universities, committee report on State Survey Commission, clippings, four pictures, miscellaneous correspondence pertaining to Red Cross work and personal affairs.

Hill, Richard M., Postcard, (P0374)
1 postcard
Photo postcard of Memorial Union Tower, University of Missouri, Columbia.

Hoffman, Marie, Photograph Collection, (P0243)
2 photographs
Two large mounted photos showing University of Missouri St. Patrick's Day ceremonies with engineering fraternity kneeling before St. Patrick, March 1904.

Hogan, Percy A. ( -1981), Papers, 1915-1957, (C0824)
6 folders
The papers contain correspondence of Percy A. Hogan, law librarian at the University of Missouri. Percy A. Hogan served as law librarian and lecturer in legal bibliography for the University of Missouri Law Library, 1915-1956. Percy and his wife Florence rented an apartment in the Conley home at 602 Sanford and his papers were found there in 1981.

Holmes, Patricia, Photograph Collection, (P0371)
1 folder
Photographs of Sam Brown, hung in Greenville, MO in the early 1900s; High Street, Miami, MO; Helen steam ferry on Missouri River; University of Missouri Arts & Sciences faculty (1948-1949), Redding-Hill House, and Cooper county historic houses and markers.

Howard, Jacob, Diploma, 1848, (C0499)
1 folder
Diploma issued to Howard by the University of Missouri.

Hunter, Max F., Collection, 1953-1976, (C2518)
3.4 linear feet and 78 audio tapes
The collection contains audio tapes of Ozark folklore collected by Max F. Hunter, including fiddle tunes, jokes, sayings, songs, visits, and miscellaneous material. The collection also includes photocopies of lists, transcripts of songs, synopses, and indexes to the tapes.

Hutchison, Gregory L. (c. 1910-2013) and Mary Folse (c. 1911-2007), Collection (CA5861)
8.4 cubic feet, 2 oversize volumes
Papers of two University of Missouri-Columbia alumni, United States veterans, and federal employees. Mrs. Hutchison was in the first class of WAVES officers at the start of World War II, and later a CIA staff officer for twenty-five years. Includes a scrapbook related to theater and other activities at the University of Missouri in the 1930s, correspondence, diaries, photographs, travel materials, writings, and miscellaneous items.

J

University of Missouri, Jean Ingelow Society, Record Book, 1870-1877, (C1182)
1 volume
The record book contains list of members, minutes of meetings, and constitution of a University of Missouri women's literary society.

Jesse, Richard Henry (1853-1921), Letter, 1906, (C0529)
1 folder(s)
To J.C. Schuerman, Ithaca, NY, from Columbia, MO, Sept. 21, 1906. Asks the president of Cornell University about the cost and use of the university library. Answers noted on original by G.W. Hains and returned.

Jesse, Richard Henry (1853-1921), Papers, (CA5233)
0.5 linear feet
Addition of correspondence, photographs, certificates, diplomas, family materials and miscellaneous.

Jesse, Richard Henry (1853-1921), Papers, 1871-1932, (C3806)
0.6 linear
The papers of a professional educator and president of the University of Missouri from 1891 to 1908 include correspondence, school records, biographical materials, and manuscript copies of speeches and articles.

Jesse, Richard Henry (1853-1921), Papers, 1902, (C1574)
1 folder
The papers of Richard Henry Jesse contain 39 letters to the president of the University of Missouri from high school principals in answer to Jesse's inquiries about student cheating.

Johnson, O.R. (1887-1966), Papers, 1910-1959 (C3483)
25.4 linear feet
Professional and administrative correspondence related to the departments of Farm Management and Agricultural Economics, University of Missouri, and civic and personal correspondence. See also collection 10, Agricultural Economics Department Papers, 1906-1966.

Johnston, Eva (1865-1941), Papers, 1893, 1923-1926, (C0656)
2 folders
The papers of Eva Johnston contain a graduation speech and program; dedication speech by Louise Nardin at presentation of Johnson's portrait to the University; and two copybooks containing a translation of Euripides' Medea.

Johnston, Eva (1865-1941), Papers, n.d., (C2159)
14 folders
The papers of Eva Johnston contain lectures on Latin and Greek dramatists and literature, Luxembourg Gardens, women's education, women's wages, and popular superstitions; as well as translation and interpretation of Terence's HECYRA.

Johnston, T.A. (1848- ), Speeches, 1872, 1933, (C0573)
2 folders
"The Party Spirit," given at the University of Missouri commencement, June 11, 1872. "The Church of my Childhood," given at the Presbyterian church, Boonville, MO, April 12, 1933. Johnston was on the faculty of Kemper Military School.

Jutton, John, Scrapbook, 1959, (C3413)
3 folder(s)
Scrapbook compiled for journalism class. Included are draft and final articles concerning Dean William Bradshaw of the University of Missouri School of Business and Public Administration, University of Missouri, and local and national news. Also includes miscellaneous quizzes.

K

Kalleberg, Arthur L. (1913- ), 1961-1976, (C3597)
0.2 linear feet
Papers of a University of Missouri professor of political science. Personal and departmental records and correspondence relating to the resignation of University president C. Brice Ratchford, the organization of the University of Missouri-Columbia Chapter of the National Educational Association and the suspension of visiting associate professor of political science Patrick T. Dougherty.

Kempster, Harry L. (1883-1962), Papers, 1916-1960 (C3404)
4.7 linear feet
The papers Harry L. Kempster contain correspondence about poultry husbandry in Missouri and United States, including egg and poultry marketing and inquiries concerning poultry diseases, nutrition and housing. Also included is academic correspondence about courses, jobs, research, conferences, and World Poultry Congresses; poultry production during World Wars I and II; and University of Missouri’s Agricultural Extension Service.
Papers filed chronologically. Pages having different letters on both sides are filed as arranged in original boxes. Years having incomplete correspondence are noted as such.

Kempster, Harry L. (1883-1962), Papers, (CA5050)
0.2 linear feet
Addition to papers of former chairman of poultry husbandry department at the University of Missouri. Includes articles written by Kempster and images used in various publications.

Kern, Maximilian Gottlieb (1825-1916), Lecture Notes, 1842-1843, (C3129)
2 folder(s)
Botany lecture notes, in German, taken by Kern at the University of Tubingen in the classes of Hugo Mohl and Dr. Maerklin. Kern was later on the botany faculty of the University of Missouri.

Killian, Ralph D., "M.S.M.," 1965, (C2920)
1 folder(s)
Recollections of life as a student at the Missouri School of Mines, c. 1910.

Klemme, Arnold W., "A Soil Improvement Program for Lawrence County, Missouri," 1926, (C2673)
1 volume
The collection contains a paper submitted to the contest of the Soil Improvement Committee of the National Fertilizer Association.

Knight, Robert P., Papers, (CA5209)
5.5 linear feet, 279 video cassettes, 7 audio tapes, 1 film
Video library, correspondence and miscellaneous papers of a University of Missouri journalism instructor. Mostly about international and minority journalism.

Knight, Robert P., Papers, (CA5345)
236 audio tapes, 311 audio cassettes, 6 video cassettes, 18 films, 2 film strips
Video and audio materials collected by a University of Missouri journalism professor. Includes interviews, lectures, and other materials relating to foreign, minority and U.S. media.

Knight, Robert P., Papers, (WUNP5348)
1 linear feet
Addition. Materials relating to Lucile Bluford receiving an honorary doctorate from the University of Missouri in 1989.

Krauskopf, Joan Miday (1932- ), Papers, 1970-1982, (C3912)
3.3 linear feet
Joan M. Krauskopf was a law professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her papers relate to the women's movement, the campaign to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in Missouri and in the U.S. Congress, and her specialty of family law. Included in the collection are correspondence, promotional literature, articles by Krauskopf, and many articles and newspaper clippings.

Kuhlman, John, Papers, (CA6337)
0.1 cubic feet, 7 computer discs
The papers of a professor of economics at the University of Missouri from 1961 to 1985 include digital copies of correspondence from students and administrators, news articles, a lecture, and miscellaneous documents, as well as a reminiscence of his teaching career.

L

Lance, Donald M. (1931-2002), Papers, 1938-2002, (C3992)
11.3 linear feet, 144 audio cassettes
The papers of a University of Missouri English professor, well-known for his lectures on the pronunciation of "Missouri" and other dialect research, contain extensive professional correspondence, research data, articles, presentations, teaching materials, and materials related to his work with professional organizations. Audio cassettes include interviews with Germans in Missouri and with decorated U.S. Army Special Forces veteran Byrl D. Taylor, Missouri folk musicians, and examples of English language dialects.

Langenbacher, R.A., "A Soil Improvement Program for St. Charles County," 1929, (C2677)
1 volume
The collection contains a paper submitted to the contest of Soil Improvement Committee of the National Fertilizer Association in a National Soil Improvement Program contest of the American Society of Agronomy.

Langenbacher, R.A., "St. Charles County in the Agricultural Limestone Contest," 1928, (C2678)
1 volume
The collection contains an entry prepared by a St. Charles County extension agent.

Lankford, John, Papers, (CA5175)
3.5 linear feet
Addition to papers of a history professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Includes correspondence, publications, research and teaching materials, biographical information, photographs, poetry and miscellaneous, ca. 1961-1992.

Lankford, John, Papers, (WUNP4622)
0.4 linear feet
Correspondence, financial records, and viewing records on Cilly-Davis Observatory. Addition.

Lankford, John, Papers, (WUNP4590)
3 linear feet
Professional and personal correspondence of a professor of history, University of Missouri-Columbia.

Lanos, Chyrel, Papers, (CA5160)
0.1 linear feet
Papers relating to the Big Eight Conference on Black Student Government and the University of Missouri Legion of Black Collegians, 1977-1978.

Lathrop, John Hiram (1799-1866), Papers, 1842-1849, 1865 (C0360)
1 folder
The papers of J.H. Lathrop, the first president of the University of Missouri, include circulars; correspondence; a statement signed by Lathrop freeing slave; and a letter to the president of Hobart College, NY, regarding faculty organization.

Lawless, Elaine, Folklore Collection, (CA5219)
RESTRICTED
1.5 linear feet
Addition of class papers relating to folklore and women studies.

Lawless, Elaine, Folklore Collection, (CA5022)
RESTRICTED
5 linear feet
Addition of student papers, research materials, and audio tapes pertaining to folklore research at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Lawless, Elaine, Folklore Collection, (CA5363)
RESTRICTED
2.8 linear feet, 73 audio cassettes
Addition of student papers in Folklore and Women's Studies Departments, 1990s-2000s.

Lawless, Elaine, Folklore Collection, (WUNP4755)
RESTRICTED
3 linear feet
Student papers and related materials received by a University of Missouri-Columbia folklore professor.

Laws, Samuel S., (1824-1921), Memorandum, 1889, (C2741)
1 folder
Review of governing bodies of Harvard, Yale, Cornell and Michigan Universities. Proposals for change in selection of University of Missouri board of curators and administrative heads.

Leake, Harold H. (1891-1978) and Dorothy V. (1893-1990), Papers, 1841-1990, (C4011)
40.25 linear feet, 4 card files, 9 audio discs, 8 video cassettes
The papers of Harold H. Leake, music teacher, radio broadcaster, and Episcopal priest, and Dorothy V. Leake, educator and biologist, consist of correspondence, radio scripts, manuscripts, diaries, subject files, and other materials relating to the personal and professional lives of the Leakes and their family.

Leuthold, David, Papers, (WUNP5951)
Papers of a professor of political science at the University of Missouri-Columbia and consultant, includes teaching material, reports, studies and surveys, campaign literature and other research material related primarily to public attitudes, voting patterns, and mass media impact in Missouri state politics; 1970s-1990s.

Lewis, H.H., Letter, 1950, (C0673)
1 folder
To the History Department, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, from Cape Girardeau, MO, Mar. 15, 1950. Concerns alleged conspiracy to repress incriminating information Lewis had collected about government officials. Two-page letter and enclosures.

Lively, Charles E., Papers, c. 1909-1966, (CA3740)
7.2 linear feet
Correspondence and publications of a rural sociologist.

Lively, Mrs. Charles E., "A History of the First 20 Years of the Resident Wives Club, 1941-1961", (C3534)
1 folder(s)
Founding, membership, projects and social functions of an organization comprising wives of the agricultural resident faculty of the University of Missouri.

Long, James A., Papers, 1819-1848, (C3241)
1 folder(s)
Letters from Long to his family in Manchester, St. Louis County, MO, while in the University in Columbia, describing everyday student life, professors, preachers, the Whig party in Columbia, James S. Rollins' gubernatorial campaign, and family news.

Love, James, Diploma, 1853, (C1716)
1 folder
Love's Bachelor of Arts diploma from the University of Missouri, signed by University faculty and administration.

Lowrance, Edward W., Papers, (CA5075)
2.5 linear feet
Papers of a University of Missouri professor of anatomy. Includes research data, professional and personal correspondence, teaching materials, anatomy department records, photographs, and audio tapes.

Luckey, Thomas D., (1919-1973), Papers, 1946-1966, (C3119)
3.5 linear feet
The papers contain correspondence and miscellaneous reprints of a biochemist of the University of Missouri Medical School, whose fields of research included nutrition and metabolism of germ-free vertebrates, folic acid and related compounds in chick nutrition, and nutrition of zoo animals.

Lynch, William H., Diaries, 1864-1865, (C1153)
2 volumes
William H. Lynch of Houston, MO, served as commissary sergeant in the 32nd Regiment, Infantry, Missouri Volunteers, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division. Vol. I Civil War, 1864, Vol. II Civil War and University of Missouri, 1865.

M

Mahoney, Tom (1905-1981), Papers, 1922-1969, (C3063)
MICROFILM
57 linear feet, 2 audio cassettes, 6 audio tapes
Papers of Tom Mahoney, a 1927 University of Missouri School of Journalism graduate and track athlete who was a reporter, editor, author and publicist in Texas, Kansas City, and New York. The papers consist of newspaper clippings, correspondence, memos, photographs and miscellaneous material relating to his school days and his career as a newspaper person.

Manly, William Gwathmey (1862-1929), “History of Athletics in the University of Missouri,” n.d., (C0750)
1 folder
History of athletics at the University of Missouri, 1890-1898.

Mann, Clair V. (1884-1974), Collection, 1821-1973, (C3556)
12.4 linear feet, 5 volumes
Papers pertaining to the Meramec Iron Works, James family, Frisco Railroad, School of Mines and Metallurgy at Rolla, engineering education, testing of students, and other subjects of interest to Mann as an historian and engineer.

Martin, Alex[ander], Letters, 1901, (C1576)
1 folder
The collection contains letters to R[ichard] H[enry] Jesse, President, University of Missouri from University of Missouri, December 24 and 29, 1901. The letters discuss legal opinions on the use of donations for a University of Missouri library building.

Martin, James W., & Jerry J. Presley, Ozark Land & Lumber..Organization & Operations, 1887-1923, (C0958)
1 folder
Paper prepared for Professor R.C. Smith of the School of Forestry, University of Missouri. Includes photographs.

Martin, Walter Clare, "Tolstoi, or, Prometheus Befriended," 1914, (C0687)
1 folder
Field Prize poem written in June 1914 at the University of Missouri.

Matthews, Jack (1905-1993), Papers, 1942 -1985 (C4061)
3.5 linear feet
Records pertain to Jack Matthews’ professional career with the University of Missouri-Columbia as a professor for the Physical Education department and as the first Dean of Students. The papers also include information regarding community organizations that Matthews was active with during his career and retirement.

McAfee, James Thomas (1928-1982), Papers, 1948-1985, (C3728)
12 linear feet, 5 audio cassettes
The papers of an Alabama-born poet and writer, professor of English at the University of Missouri-Columbia, 1953-1982, and associate editor of the Missouri Review, includes correspondence, photographs, diaries, manuscripts, books, newspaper clippings, poetry, sketches, audio cassettes, and student work.

McComas, Arthur, Rocheford, Letters, 1937, (C1755)
1 folder
Two letters to C.B. Rollins, Columbia, MO, from Dr. McComas, Sturgeon, MO, concerning portraits of Henry S. Geyer and his wife painted by George Caleb Bingham, and given to the University of Missouri School of Law.

McDavitt, Carlisle N., Photographs, (WUNP4983)
0.1 linear feet
Photographs, ca. 1917-1922, of University of Missouri-Columbia buildings, faculty, and students, campus activities, and football games.

McKay, Paul B., Collection, (WUNP4724)
0.4 linear feet
Primarily University of Missouri football-related material, including programs and photographs from the 1940s. Some material on Columbia and automobiles.

McLoed, John W., Papers, (WUNP5946)
Photographs and scrapbook from McLoed's days as an agriculture student at the University of Missouri. Includes images of parades, festivals, the campus, students, and the city of Columbia and its environs from the late 1910s to 1920.

Meisner, Joseph C., Papers, (WUNP4354)
9.7 linear feet
Correspondence and informational files of an agricultural economist active in extension work at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Meisner, Joseph C., Papers, c. 1960s-1970s, (WUNP4340)
4 linear feet
Research data for dissertation and correspondence of a former professor of agricultural economics active in extension work.

Meriam, Junius L. (1872-1960), Papers, 1900-1944, (C0965)
0.4 linear feet
The Junius L. Meriam Papers consist of photographs and a scrapbook primarily describing and depicting Meriam's views on elementary education. He was a professor at the University of Missouri School of Education and superintendent of the university laboratory schools from 1904 to 1924.

Merrill, Clarice Steward, Letter, 1962, (C0967)
1 folder
To [T.A. Brady, Columbia], MO, from [West Covina, CA], Nov. 7, 1962. Letter about Mrs. Merrill's grandfather, Major James B. Ruckel, and his possible connection with the construction of the original University buildings.

Middlebush, Frederick A. (1890-1971), Papers, 1920-1958, (C0133)
1 linear foot
Papers from the office of the President of the University of Missouri. 13th Annual Conference, Association of Higher Education; budget reports and requests; Committee on Tenure; admission of Negroes; State Crippled Children’s Service; Governor’s Conference on Fire Prevention; Curator’s Report on School of Medicine; and Committee on Long Range Planning of Physical Education.

Middlebush, Frederick A. (1890-1971), Papers, 1932-1962 (C3302)
35.3 linear feet
The papers of Frederick A. Middlebush contain records pertaining to his position as president of the University of Missouri, such as correspondence, press releases, memos, reports, articles, and pamphlets, as well as personal papers. In addition, there are papers regarding his activities as a member of the Commission on the Financing of Higher Education, Navy Civilian Advisory Board, and Committee on the Present Danger, the Presbyterian Church, the National Science Board, and the National Science Foundation.

Miller, Merritt F. (1875-1965), Collection, 1906-1927, (C3921)
682 photographs and 14 negatives (.4 linear feet)
Photographs, negatives, and caption notebook of a University of Missouri professor of soils, 1904-1938, and dean of the College of Agriculture, 1938-1945, depicting scenes of the Ozarks, European landmarks and agriculture, a North American tour of the International Society of Soil Science, and various Missouri, Columbia, and University of Missouri scenes.

Minor, James L. (1813-1897), Letter, 1839, (C3203)
1 folder(s)
To Irvine O. Hockaday, Fulton, MO, from Jefferson City, Sept. 26, 1839. Minor, secretary of the senate, informs Hockaday of his appointment as curator of the University of Missouri.

Missouri, Boone County. Court Papers, 1851, (C2076)
1 folder
The collection contains two letters to the judges of the Boone County court as a court of appeals, from James Shannon, president of the University of Missouri, George H. Matthews, professor of Languages, and W.W. Hudson, July 24 and August 2, 1851. The letters request relief from the unconstitutional taxation of the salaries of University of Missouri officers.

Missouri, Boone County, Prosecuting Attorney, Records, 1948, (WUNP5603)
RESTRICTED
0.1 linear feet
Correspondence, affidavits, testimony, and other investigative materials regarding sexual activities at the University of Missouri and in Columbia, MO.

Missouri Folk Arts Program, Records (WUNP6045)
19 linear feet; 193 a.c.; 42 v.t.; 144 a.t.; 1 r.
INVENTORY. Photographs, slides, audio and video tapes, exhibits, and supporting material for the program which documents traditional folk arts and heritage in Missouri.

Missouri, General Assembly, 10th Board of Commissioners to Select a Site for the University, Minutes, 1839, (C1658)
1 folder
Minutes, 6 May-22 June 1839. Organization of board, members, examination, description and evaluation of prospective sites: Boonville, Cooper County; Fayette, Howard County; Columbia, Boone County; Fulton, Callaway County; and Jefferson City, Cole County.

Missouri. General Assembly, 13th, State University Visitation Committee, Report, 1844-1845, (C1663)
1 folder
Report gives brief history of the University, founding, finances, relationship with legislature, and recommended legislation. Senator Sinclair Kirtley was committee chairman.

Missouri. General Assembly, 14th, State University Visitation Committee, Report, 1846-1847, (C1664)
1 folder
Report gives resume of the University's functions. Joint chairmen were James S. Rollins for the Senate and Waldo P. Johnson for the House.

Mitchell, Orestes, Jr. (1905-1980) and Sr. (1876-1938), Papers, 1899-1980, (C3993)
0.8 linear feet
The Orestes Mitchell, Jr. and Sr. Papers contain correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, newspapers, yearbooks, and miscellaneous material of Orestes Mitchell, Jr., an attorney and member of the University of Missouri Board of Curators; and his father, Orestes Mitchell, Sr., also a lawyer. Both men were active in the St. Joseph, Missouri Rotary Club and Freemasons.

Monhollon, Rusty, Collection, (WUNP5896)
INVENTORY. Audio recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted by students for a University of Missouri course on post-1945 U.S. history, 2001.

Monroe, Haskell M., Jr., Oral History, Collection, 1994-1996, (C3980)
483 audio cassettes, 1.8 linear feet
Interviews produced by Haskell Monroe and University of Missouri students to document Columbia, Missouri, in the 1930s and 1940s. The collection includes audio cassettes, transcripts, and miscellaneous material.

Mott, Frank Luther (1886-1964) and Vera I. (1885- 1964), Papers, 1775-1965 (C2344)
MICROFILM
44.75 linear feet, 6 audio cassettes, 1 roll of microfilm
Papers of a journalism educator, dean of University of Missouri School of Journalism, and author of Pulitzer Prize-winning History of American Magazines; and his wife.

Mott, Frank Luther (1886-1964), Papers, 1824-1962 (C2343)
0.5 linear feet
The papers of a professor of Journalism and Director of the School of Journalism from 1927-1942; dean, School of Journalism at the University of Missouri, 1942-1951, and emeritus, 1951-1964.

Mumford, Frederick B. (1868-1946), Papers, 1893-1947, (C0040)
2 linear feet
The papers of Frederick B. Mumford, instructor and dean of the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, include correspondence, speeches, articles, reports, and statistics concerning the College of Agriculture, Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities, Missouri Council of Defense, U.S. Food Administration, and Mission Americaine de Rapproachment to France.

Mumford, Frederick Blackmar, Papers, 1944 (C3455)
1.0 linear feet
The papers of Frederick Mumford contain reports, notes, documents, data and correspondence, most of which was used by Dean Mumford in preparation of his book, History of the Missouri College of Agriculture, published in 1944 as "Bulletin" 483 of the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station.

Muster, James A., "A Soil Improvement Program for Vernon County, Missouri, 1925", (C2672)
1 volume
The collection contains a paper submitted to the contest of the Soil Improvement Committee of the National Fertilizer Association.

Myers, Clara Louise (1911-1991), Papers, 1911-1988, (C4012)
RESTRICTED
57 linear feet, 2 audio cassettes, 6 audio tapes
The papers of Clara Louise Myers consist mainly of professional material, including course materials for classes she taught at the University of Missouri's School of Social Work. The collection also documents her participation in a variety of professional and community organizations, as well as aspects of her personal life, including her graduate education in social work.

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Nagel, Elsa Louise (1896-1973), Papers, 1905-1973, (C3910)
3 linear feet
The papers of Elsa Louise Nagel, Associate Professor of German at the University of Missouri from 1926 to 1966, includes correspondence with family, friends, and soldiers during World War I and World War II. The correspondence from World War II is with former Univer-sity of Missouri students at domestic armed forces bases and in the European and Pacific theaters of war. Also present are newspaper clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous items related to the Nagel and Meusch families.

Nelson, Earl F. (1884-1945), Papers, 1904-1967, (C2511)
3 linear feet
The papers of Earl F. Nelson contain personal, political, and business correspondence, insurance data, tax records, ledgers, and journals, including correspondence, reports, and financial statements dealing with work as a member of the board of curators. Also included are papers of Edna Nelson dealing with estate matters.

Neth, Mary C. (1954-2005), Papers, 1927-2004, (C4040)
8 linear feet, 15 audio cassettes, 4 card files
The professional papers of Mary C. Neth, created during her research of rural women’s history of the Midwest and the history of American tap dance consists of research material, essays, newspaper clippings, photographs, conference materials, professional correspondence, and other papers. The collection also includes various documents related to the activities of the Rural Women's Studies Association, of which Neth was a founding member.

New Directions for News, Records, (CA5361)
0.1 linear feet
Addition of correspondence and audiovisual workshop materials. Includes some commercial materials and conference recordings.

New Directions for News, Papers, (CA5347)
1 folder, 27 video cassettes
Recordings of interviews, journalism conference sessions, promotional materials, and other events for use and demonstration of New Directions for News; a project of the UM School of Journalism.

New Directions for News, Records, (CA5365)
2.5 linear feet
Addition of administrative files and correspondence, primarily materials relating to the funding of the NDN project.

New Directions for News, Papers, (WUNP5556)
13 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of project and research files; workshop materials, correspondence, surveys and miscellaneous.

New Directions for News, Papers, 1987-1992, (WUNP5542)
7.5 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of correspondence and topical files from ca. 1987-1992.

New Directions for News, Papers, 1988-1993, (WUNP5450)
0.8 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of board meeting minutes and records, 1988-1993, and file relating to funding prospects, 1990-1993.

New Directions for News, Papers, 1993, (WUNP5456)
0.5 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of correspondence, meeting materials and transcriptions of minutes of Freedom Forum Roundtable meetings in 1993.

New Era Debating Club, University of Missouri, Record Book, 1896-1902, (C1184)
1 volume
Constitution, minutes of meetings, and membership lists of the club."

New Era Debating Club, University of Missouri, Record Book, 1902-1908, (C0878)
1 folder
Minutes of meetings, membership lists, and drill of the club. Also a copy of its 1897 constitution.

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Owens, Walter E. (1860-1943), Student Notebooks, 1878-1881, (C2240)
4 folders
Four notebooks compiled while a candidate for a B.S. degree at the University of Missouri. Lectures by David R. McAnally, English history; Joseph G. Norwood, physics; Samuel S. Laws, metaphysics; and George C. Swallow, zoology.

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Paquin, Paul (1860- ), Papers, 1889-1892 (C1024)
16 folder(s)
Contains correspondence and papers of Paul Paquin, Missouri State Veterinarian and founder of the pathology and hygiene laboratories in the Missouri State University before the main building burned in 1892. Includes letters to and from his assistants as well as stock-raisers and personal acquaintances.

Parrish, John C. (1854-1944), Papers, 1877-1954, (C0034)
5.4 linear feet
Correspondence, business papers, and account books of John C. Parrish of Vandalia, Missouri. He was a member of the board of curators of the University of Missouri, 1905-1917; held interests in the lead and zinc mining industry in Missouri and Oklahoma; and was active in the Republican Party in Missouri.

Pattrick, John H. (1888-1970), Papers, 1885-1999, (C1291)
24.5 linear feet, 5 oversize volumes, 1 audio cassette
The John H. Pattrick Papers include photographs and miscellaneous material related to Pattrick’s experiences while stationed in France during World War I, as well as correspondence and scrapbooks documenting his life and the lives of his family before and after the war. An extensive postcard and greeting card collection, which belonged to his daughter, is also included.

Peden, William (1913- 1999), Interview, 1968 (C3344)
1 folder
The William Peden interview includes his views on advantages and disadvantages of various literary forms, especially novel and short story, in terms of writing process and effectiveness; effects of television on short story market, as well as comparison of academic literary journals with sophisticated, mass-circulated magazines. He discusses the literacy potential of Missouri environment, especially Boone County, and the literary circles in St. Louis 1910-1925. The interview concludes with major literary influences upon Peden.

Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha of Missouri Chapter, Records, (CA6280)
0.8 cubic feet
Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest academic honorary society for general education in the United States. The Alpha of Missouri Chapter was founded in 1901. The records include correspondence, membership lists, speeches, and information about the chapter’s history.

Phi Kappa Psi, Missouri Alpha Chapter, Papers, 1869-1959, (C0979)
3 folders
Materials pertaining to a social fraternity at the University of Missouri. Includes a list of members, 1869-1913.

Pihlblad, Gladys K. (1908-1999), Papers, 1906-1981, (C3843)
2.4 linear feet
Papers of Gladys K. Pihlblad, Director of Student Affairs for Women at the University of Missouri from 1952 to 1973. Her papers cover such subjects as women, blacks, homosexuals, student unrest, University organizations, and University events. The collection consists of corre-spondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photographs and reports.

Poehlman, Rose Kentner, Collection, 1922-1960, (C3836)
5 folder(s)
Collection of Rose Kentner Poehlman concerning the Isaac Hinton Brown Award for Missouri women in undergraduate education. Mrs. Poehlman was a recipient of the award from 1930 to 1934. The collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and a scrapbook.

Poehlman, Rose Kentner, Papers, (WUNP5683)
3.5 linear feet
INVENTORY. Correspondence, travel materials, and other papers. Includes papers of University of Missouri agronomist John Milton Poehlman. Mostly correspondence with family and friends.

Potter, James A., Speech, n.d., (C0736)
1 folder
Given at the first annual Earl F. Nelson Memorial Lecture, under the auspices of the Missouri Law School Foundation in memory of Mr. Nelson.

Pyle, Vernus, “My Father, W. H. Pyle, American Psychologist,” 1949, (C0683)
1 folder
Biography of William H. Pyle (1875-1946), educator and psychologist, follows his life from 1900 until his death. He taught Educational Psychology at the University of Missouri and at Wayne University, Detroit, MI, and became dean of the graduate school at Wayne University.

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Ragsdale, Arthur Chester, (1890-1969), Papers, 1961-1968 (C3330)
5 folders
The papers of Arthur Chester Ragsdale contain his notes and writings on the Department of Dairy Husbandry at University of Missouri. Included are listings of chairmen and staff plus teaching/research programs and very detailed explanation of various research projects. Also included are History of the Dairy Extension Project, Dairy Production Data for Missouri and the United States, and one miscellaneous list of publications.

Ratchford, C. Brice, (1920-1997), “Role and Scope Proposal,” 1971 (C3313)
1 folder(s)
This collection includes a tentative version of a policy statement by the president of University of Missouri at Columbia regarding the university’s future, role of each campus, and scope of individual campus programs. Also includes ACE Roose-Anderson Report (1969) rating Graduate Departments at University of Missouri at Columbia.

Ravenel, Maz˙ck Porcher (1861-1946), Papers, 1884-1958, (C0578)
1.7 linear feet, 1 card file
Papers of a bacteriologist and teacher, including correspondence, notes, and other material. Information on disease research, health organizations, other scientists, World War I army life, the University of Wisconsin in 1914, and effects of World War II on Columbia, Missouri.

Read, Daniel (1805-1878), Papers, 1866-1876, (C0153)
0.2 linear feet
Drafts of reports to the board of curators and the general assembly, prepared by president of the University of Missouri. Also speeches and some letters.

Reid, Loren D. (1905- ), Papers, c. 1900-1992, (C3946)
3 folders
The personal and professional papers of Loren D. Reid, a professor of speech at the University of Missouri-Columbia, include correspondence; manuscripts of two of his books, Hurry Home Wednesday and Finally It's Friday; other writings and speeches; correspondence, contracts and royalty statements from the various publishing houses he worked with; and travel memorabilia.

Reid, Loren D., Papers, (WUNP5923)
Addition of correspondence dated 2000.

Revitt, Paul Joseph (1922-1990) Papers, ca. 1940-1990, (K0849)
14 cubic feet
Personal and professional papers of Revitt, professor in the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music. Includes research and final drafts of his master's thesis and doctoral dissertation and other articles and books; daily expense books and diaries; travel scrapbooks; and printed, and published material.

Rhea, William A., Jr., "Dairy Improvement Program of Ralls County, Missouri, 1925-1931," 1931, (C2679)
1 volume
The collection contains Rhea's entry in the National Dairy Improvement Contest, 1931. Includes photographs, pamphlets, and correspondence as well as text.

Risk, John C., Diploma, 1855, (C2421)
1 oversize item
The papers contain a bachelor's degree in liberal arts from the University of Missouri, dated July 4, 1855, and signed by President James Shannon. John Risk was an educator and minister in Lewis County, Missouri. Location Oversize C-2

Robinson, Harry B., Collection, 1890-1984, (C4109)
0.5 cubic feet
The collection of ­­Harry B. Robinson contains a mix of materials concerning Columbia and mid-Missouri. Robinson focused on collecting diaries and account records of Columbia locals, dating primarily from 1905 to 1953.

Robinson, Richard D., Collection, (WUNP5805)
INVENTORY. Papers of a professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Missouri specializing in the area of reading education, include reading primers, 1830s-1970s, and departmental correspondence and miscellaneous material, 1970s-1990s.

Rollins, Curtis Burnam (1853-1940), Papers, 1902-1911, (C3255)
1 folder(s)
Two letters concerning Emanuel Lasker's application for appointment as mathematics professor at the University of Missouri, 1902, and certificate appointing Rollins to the board of curators, University of Missouri, 1911.

Rollins, James H. (1940- ), Papers, 1961-1981 (C3056)
RESTRICTED
3 cubic feet
James Henry (Jimmy) Rollins was a black civil rights activist and University of Missouri law student who was convicted of dispensing marijuana in 1968, jumped bail to avoid prosecution and was subsequently caught and imprisoned in 1974 for that and other crimes. The papers consist primarily of letters from the imprisoned Rollins to one of his supporters, and of notes, newspaper clippings, case files, and other printed material related either to his case or to contemporary political and racial conditions in Columbia and at the University of Missouri.

Rollins, James S. (1812-1888), Papers, 1546-1968, (C1026)
MICROFILM
3.3 linear feet; 10 rolls of microfilm
The papers of James S. Rollins, a Boone County, Missouri, lawyer, politician, businessman, and curator of University of Missouri include correspondence with family, business and political associates, and George Caleb Bingham and other friends. The papers covers state, national, and Whig party politics from 1830 through the 1880s, the Civil War in Missouri, internal improvements and the North Missouri Railroad, and education at University of Missouri.

Root, Oren (1838-1907), Papers, 1858-1930, (C3311)
0.4 linear feet
Root, an educator, lawyer, and minister, lived in New York before moving to Columbia, MO, to become professor of English at the University. During his ten-year residence in Missouri, Root served in several capacities as educator and minister. Sermon sketches, personal writings, speeches and newspaper clippings.

Rufi, John, Papers, (WUNP4581)
1 linear feet
Addition to papers of a former professor of education at the University of Missouri.

Rufi, John, Papers, (WUNP4611)
2 volume(s)
Addition. Photo albums.

Rufi, John, Papers, (WUNP3919)
Papers of a professor of education at the University of Missouri.

Rufi, John, Papers, (WUNP4706)
Addition. Slides taken at dinner honoring Rufi.

Runge, G. Andy (1930-1991), Papers, 1970-1991, (C3923)
17 linear feet
The papers of a Mexico, Missouri, attorney who served on the Missouri Conservation Commission, was active in state and national environmental and conservation organizations, and was a curator of the University of Missouri. The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, financial and legal records, minutes of meetings, publications, and other records of the various organizations in which he was active during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.

Russell, Francis T. (1821-1891), Botanical Specimens, 1850-1891, (C2334)
1 volume
The collection contains a volume of botanical specimens. Russell, a Columbia, MO, attorney and curator of the University of Missouri, collected most of the specimens on a trip to California and return via the Isthmus in 1850.

Russell, William N., Law Notebook, 1864, (C0845)
1 folder
Notes on law lectures of Professors Campbell, Cooley and Walker, taken by William N. Russell in 1864. Also gives date he began law practice (May 16, 1864) and a record of clients and fees.

Rutherford, Lela Jean Howat (1888-1981), Papers, 1905-1977, (C4127)
1 cubic foot
The Lela Jean Howat Rutherford Papers document the life and family of Mrs. Rutherford from her time as a University of Missouri student to the early 1970s. The papers consist of photographs, diaries, correspondence, and other miscellaneous items.

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Schlundt, Herman (1869-1937), Papers, 1913-1941, (C0015)
12.5 linear feet
Files from the University of Missouri chemistry department. Includes some of Schlundt’s personal correspondence and papers as well as departmental and personal correspondence of Mary Violette Dover, D.H. Dolley, Henry D. Bent, and Allen E. Stern. Papers contain research notes for Schlundt’s work on radioactivity and Dover’s work on lubricants.

Schofield, Rufus, Diploma, 1886, (C0989)
1 folder
Diploma issued by the University of Missouri and the St. Louis Medical College.

Schroeder, Adolf E., Papers, (CA5536)
RESTRICTED
42.45 linear feet, 160 audio cassettes, 1 film
Addition to papers of a University of Missouri professor of German. Includes correspondence, research materials, files relating to grant projects, conferences, exhibits, an oral history project and miscellaneous.

Schroeder, Adolf E., Papers, (CA4795)
RESTRICTED
1 linear foot
Addition to papers of a former chairman of the UMC Department of Germanic and Slavic studies.

Schroeder, Adolf E., Papers, (CA5349)
RESTRICTED
6.5 linear feet, 117 audio cassettes, 1 audio tape
Additions to professional papers of a University of Missouri-Columbia Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies chairman. Contains correspondence, teaching materials, departmental papers, oral histories of German-Americans in Missouri, and student materials.

Schroeder, Adolf, E., Papers, (WUNP5509)
RESTRICTED
1 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of student papers, materials relating to various German conferences, and materials relating to various grants and exhibits.

Schweitzer, Paul (1840-1911), Papers, 1893-1902, (C0417)
5 folders
Papers of a professor of chemistry at the University of Missouri. Early letters mention the agricultural experiment station and its problems. Correspondence from 1895 to 1902 is with the Armour Packing Company and discusses problems in the manufacture of oleomargarine.

Schweitzer, Paul, United States Citizenship Certificate, 1872, (SUNP2270)
1 folder(s)
Certificate showing application for U.S. citizenship and granting of, for former chemistry professor at the University of Missouri. OVERSIZE.

Scott Family, Papers, 1841-1936, (C3033)
0.3 linear feet
The Scott Family Papers consist of correspondence, photographs and miscellaneous documents relating to the Lindsey-Kemp-Reeder family of Ohio and the Scott family of Columbia, Missouri, including the Civil War correspondence of William L. Kemp and the World War I correspondence of future University of Missouri professor D.R. Scott.

Scott, John R. (1843-1936), Papers, 1873-1922 (C0162)
0.2 linear feet
Letters, manuscripts, and miscellaneous papers of a professor of elocution at the University of Missouri, a friend of the actor James E. Murdoch. Manuscript for "Personal Recollections of Murdoch," and for "Technique of the Speaking Voice."

Sears, Ernest R. (1910-1991), Papers, 1928-1991, (C3892)
19.6 linear feet
The professional papers of Ernest R. Sears, world-renowned wheat cytogeneticist associated with the University of Missouri from 1936 until his death in 1991. The papers consist of correspondence, reprints of his publications, reports, manuscripts, research notes, speeches, photographs, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous items.

Sears, Lotti M. (1916-1995), Papers, 1936-1991, (C4021)
2.5 linear feet
The papers contain correspondence, papers, photos, research, and miscellaneous material of a University of Missouri geneticist involved with cytogenetics, a branch of genetics which is concerned with the study of chromosomes and cell division.

Selvidge, Robert Washington (1872-1941), Papers, 1918-1942, (C3650)
8.5 linear feet
Papers of a University of Missouri professor who was chairman of the Department of Industrial Education; served as chairman of the Missouri State Planning Board, 1933-1935; taught vocational war training; wrote many books and articles; and was a proponent and innovator of specific job and information sheets for trade teaching with individual instruction.

Shannon Family, Papers, 1845-1960, (C0933)
6 folders
Contains baccalaureate and other addresses by President James Shannon of the University of Missouri, some correspondence on religious matters, and family history and genealogy.

Shannon, James (1799-1859), Papers, 1832-1857 (C0402)
4 folders
Store accounts, correspondence and church papers of James Shannon, president of the University of Missouri. Also a letter to Henry A. Wise requesting him to print Shannon’s address on slavery.

Sigma Delta Epsilon, Delta Chapter, Records, (WUNP5411)
0.4 linear feet
INVENTORY. Records of the University of Missouri chapter of a graduate women's scientific fraternity. Includes minutes, organizational histories, membership records, convention proceedings, newsletters, by-laws and charter, initiation proceedings and miscellany.

Smith, William Benjamin (1850-1934), Papers, 1876-1936, (C2414)
0.2 cubic feet, 1 volume
Papers of a professor of mathematics, physics, and philosophy. Includes manuscripts concerning philosophy, mathematics, New Testament, James Kennedy Patterson, Switzerland and Italy, and World War I. Also a photograph album of the University of Missouri campus and a University of Missouri Bulletin on Smith.

Smith, William Benjamin (1850-1934), Papers, n.d. (C0167)
0.3 linear feet
Biographical sketch and manuscripts written by Smith, professor of mathematics, physics, and philosophy at Central Methodist College, the University of Missouri, and Tulane University.

Society of the Sigma Xi, Missouri Chapter, Papers, 1920-1945 (C0168)
2.4 linear feet
Bylaws, reports of committee on revisions, and correspondence concerning bylaws. General correspondence of Missouri Chapter. Material on lectures and meetings, mailing lists of full and associate members, correspondence and voting sheets for membership, national officers' correspondence, and correspondence about Society publication, Growth.

Society the of Sigma Xi, Missouri Chapter, Papers, 1940-1959, (C2531)
1.7 linear feet
The papers of the Missouri Chapter of the Society of the Sigma Xi contain membership materials; announcements and materials from national headquarters; correspondence and official material pertaining to local chapter business; and correspondence and announcements concerning lectures sponsored by the Society.

Spanish-American War, Missouri Volunteer Infantry, Company I, Papers, 1938-1954, (C3456)
0.2 linear feet
1 volume(s)
Photographs, biographies, newspaper clippings and correspondence compiled by John A. Norton concerning surviving members of a Spanish-American War company comprising University of Missouri students.

Spillman, William Jasper (1863-1931), "The Spirit of the Age," n.d., (C2878)
1 folder(s)
A two column comparison of the statements of T.J.J. See and William Jasper Spillman on "The Spirit of the Age."

Spillman, William Jasper (1863-1931), Notebooks, 1885-1886, (C0846)
11 folders
Lecture notes taken by Spillman, who graduated from the University of Missouri in 1886. The notes are for chemistry, lithology, paleontology, geology, and civil government.

Spillman, William Jasper (1863-1931), Papers, 1944-1961, (C2267)
0.3 linear feet
The papers of William Jasper Spillman contain correspondence and papers concerning the establishment of the William J. Spillman Farm Management Fund at the University of Missouri. Also included are two unpublished calculus manuscripts by W.J. Spillman.

Stadler, Lewis John (1896-1954), Papers, (CA4125)
9 cubic feet
Addition of papers of a University of Missouri agricultural geneticist. See also C2429.

Stadler, Lewis John (1896-1954), Papers, 1927-1955, (C2429)
7.4 linear feet
Correspondence, notes and manuscripts, and miscellaneous papers of a corn geneticist in the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Department of Field Crops at the University of Missouri, who did pioneering research on the effects of X-rays upon mutation in plants.

Stankowski, Anton J., Papers, (SUNP2791)
0.5 linear feet
Notes and clippings kept by Stankowski regarding University of Missouri football and intramural sports.

Stankowski, Anton J., Papers, (SUNP2894)
1 folder(s)
Addition. Correspondence and other materials concerning the 1966 reunion of the 1916 University of Missouri football team.

State Historical Society of Missouri, Typescript Collection, (C0995)
RESTRICTED
MICROFILM
774 items on 14 rolls of microfilm
The State Historical Society of Missouri Typescript Collection consists of typescripts of articles and manuscripts donated over the years to the Historical Society.

Stephens, Frank Fletcher (1878-1966), Papers, 1875-1966 (C3599)
14.7 linear feet, 8 audio tapes, 10 card files
Papers of a University of Missouri professor and dean of students in the College of Arts and Science, 1924-1948. Correspondence, office files, committee reports, lecture notes, speeches, articles, diaries, accounts, university history, and photographs are included.

Stephenson, William, Papers, (CA4878)
81.2 linear feet, 5 audio cassettes, 10 audio tapes
Correspondence, reports, studies, research files, and publications of a professor in the University of Missouri-Columbia, School of Journalism who developed the Q-methodology of measuring public opinion in advertising and communications.

Stephenson, William, Papers, (CA5088)
MICROFILM
11.75 linear feet, 32 audio cassettes, 51 audio tapes, 6 films, 1 roll of microfilm
Addition of published and unpublished manuscripts, reprints, biographical materials, correspondence, audio tapes, audio cassettes, and miscellaneous material.

Stewart, Norm, Collection, (CA5854)
Scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, photographs, awards, certificates, programs and other material related to the life and career of the longtime University of Missouri men’s head basketball coach, 1950s-2000s. Includes episodes of the Norm Stewart Show and various recordings of MU basketball games, interviews, and events.

Sullivan, R. B., "College Tragedy Bares Fraternity's Invisible Empire," 1940, (C2115)
1 folder
The papers contain a newspaper article in the New York City Sunday News, 31 March 1940, reporting then death of Hubert L. Spake, Jr., University of Missouri student.

Sutherland-Covert Family Papers, 1886-1897, (C2287)
1 folder
Degrees granted by the University of Missouri: Doctor of Medicine issued to Samuel H. Sutherland, 1886; Bachelor of Letters and teaching certificate issued to Virginia Sutherland, 1896; and Bachelor of Laws issued to Charles Elmer Covert, 1897. Also a certificate of attendance, Bible College of Missouri, 1897; and photograph of University of Missouri School of Law class, 189[6].

Swallow Fossil Collection Catalogues, 1877, (C0658)
2 folders
Catalogues of fossils in the cabinet of M.A. Swallow, January 6, 1877. Vol. 1 Specimens 1-2784 and minerals presented by Professor Cleveland in 1848. Vol. 2 Specimens 1401-2655 and 3000-3427.

Swallow, George Clinton, Papers, 1839-1909 (C0408)
3 folders
Letters to Mr. And Mrs. Swallow on their 50th wedding anniversary. Clippings. Diary, 1839-1899, recording positions offered and held, move to Columbia, and association with University and Geological Survey of Missouri.

Switzler, William Franklin (1819-1906), Papers, 1836-1905, (C0461)
MICROFILM (folders 7-60 only)
1 linear foot
Papers of Gottlieb A. Hoehn, a journalist and labor organization supporter from St. Louis, Missouri. The papers consist of printed minutes, anniversary booklets, and programs pertaining to labor organizations. They also include articles written by Hoehn and some miscellaneous materials.

T

Talbert, Thomas J., (1880-1967), Papers, 1900-1939, (C1433)
10 folders
The papers of Thomas Talbert contain correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous material of Thomas J. Talbert, horticulturalist and chairman of the department of horticulture, University of Missouri, 1922-1950.

The Missouri Collection, (C3982)
The Missouri Collection is an artificial collection combining miscellaneous small acquisitions related to Missouri places, individuals, organizations, and events.

The Research, 1915-1916, (C0826)
1 folder
The papers contain correspondence of Percy A. Hogan, law librarian at the University of Missouri. Percy A. Hogan served as law librarian and lecturer in legal bibliography for the University of Missouri Law Library, 1915-1956. Percy and his wife Florence rented an apartment in the Conley home at 602 Sanford and his papers were found there in 1981.

The University Argus, 1891, (C0739)
1 folder
Monthly publication of Athenaean and Union Literary Societies of the University of Missouri. Issue for December 1891.

Theilman Family, Papers, 1881-1928 (C0410)
6 folders
Letters written by four brothers and a sister, Emil, Robert, Louis, G.A., and Bertha Theilman of Kingston, Missouri. Comments on events at the University of Missouri, book business, family history, loaning money, and land values in southern Missouri and Dakota Territory. Scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, some written by Laura M. Theilman about her family and friends, trips taken, and education, and memorabilia.

Thilly, Frank (1865-1934), Letter, 1898, (C0622)
1 folder
To G.P. Wilson, Hagerstown, MD., from Columbia, MO., April 30, 1898. Letter about works on philosophy. Thilly was a professor of philosophy at the University of Missouri.

Thomas, David E. (1878-1935) and Horace E. (1910-2001), Papers, 1904-1985, n.d., (C4002)
2 linear feet
The papers of David E. Thomas, Congregational minister and professor of religion, and his son, Horace E. Thomas, a Columbia, Missouri, surgeon who spent World War II in military hospitals in the South Pacific consist of correspondence, manuscripts, class notes, research notes, photographs, printed articles and pamphlets, scrapbooks, and miscellaneous materials related to their careers, including research for Horace’s medical school thesis, Chronic Radiation Poisoning in Rats. See also two oral history interviews with Dr. H.E. Thomas in C3963 SHS Audio Cassette Collection, a.c. 19-20.

Thompson, Ian M., Papers, (WUNP4566)
0.4 linear feet
Addition. Articles written by Thompson, a urologist, and memorial pamphlets.

Thompson, Ian M., Papers, (WUNP4193)
2.4 linear feet
Correspondence of a urologist a the University of Missouri.

Todd, R[obert] B., Speech, 1843, (C1645)
1 folder
The collection contains a salutatory address in Latin delivered by R.B. Todd, University of Missouri, November 28, 1843.

Tonn, Robert W., Collection, (WUNP5891)
Photographs, negatives, contact sheets of University of Missouri students, events, and campus scenes, 1940s.

Tornton, Joseph, Receipt, 1842, (C1659)
1 folder
Receipt of five dollars, payment in full of Tornton's pledge to the University of Missouri.

Tuthill, J.E., Letter, 1901, (C2068)
1 folder
To R.H. Jesse, Columbia, MO, from Salina, KS, Aug. 26, 1901. Inquiring about facilities at Missouri University library for study in medieval and modern history about the demand for teachers. Letter referred to Isidor Loeb.

Twining, E.H., Report, c. 1873, (C0624)
1 folder
Report by Professor Twining concerning his botanical research in the vicinity of the University of Missouri.

U

U.S. Army, Air Force College Training Program, University of Missouri, Papers, 1943-1944 (C0058)
1.1 linear feet
Course schedules, outlines, flight and class roles, grades, and instructions for teachers concerning policies of Air Corps and teaching methods. Tests for History and Americanism. Correspondence of Rogers Whitmore and Thomas A. Brady.

U.S. Army, Specialized Training Program, Foreign Area and Language Study, University of Missouri, Papers, 1943-1944 (C0057)
2.25 linear feet
Correspondence, army directives, student records, and other material pertaining to the program and staff of the ASTP Unit at the University of Missouri. Also includes material concerning a study of ASTPs made by Thomas A. Brady for the Rockefeller Foundation.

U.S. National Youth Administration, University of Missouri, Papers, 1934-1937 (C0147)
0.3 linear feet
Papers from the files of F.F. Stephens, director of the National Youth Administration at the University of Missouri.

U.S. Naval V-12 Program, University of Missouri, Papers, 1943-1945, (C0964)
5 folders
Memoranda and correspondence concerning the establishment of the naval V-12 program at the University of Missouri during World War II.

Union Literary Society, University of Missouri, Papers, 1871-1872, (C0625)
1 folder
Constitution and bylaws of the Union Literary Society at the University of Missouri. Program of the society's annual exhibition, 5 April 1872.

Union Literary Society, University of Missouri, Programs, 1860, (C3412)
1 folder(s)
Programs from Society's exhibition on 6 April 1860 and anniversary on 3 July 1860.

Union Literary Society of University of Missouri, Record Books, 1842-1916, (C0448)
0.8 linear feet
Records of the constitution with amendments, roll of members and the proceedings of the meetings.

United Daughters of the Confederacy, John S. Marmaduke Chapter, Scrapbook, 1935-1936, (C1431)
1 volume
Newspaper clippings, photographs, and miscellaneous articles depicting Missouri history, Civil War, Robert E. Lee, Confederate veterans, history of Columbia, University of Missouri, Stephens and Christian Colleges, and other miscellaneous topics collected by Mrs. G.F. Troxell, historian of the chapter.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Committee for Review of Research and Education Programs, 1956-1957, (C2351)
8 folders
The records contain reports of the subcommittees on extension, outlying field research and teaching of the Committee for Review of Research and Educational Programs. Also copies of articles and bibliographies for members' consideration.

University Club Inc., Columbia, Missouri, Architectural Drawings, (WUNP4896)
1 folder(s)
INVENTORY. Two sets of floor plans for proposed club house for University of Missouri-Columbia faculty.

University of Missouri Scientific Association, Records, 1895-1916 (C0161)
10 folders
Constitutions of the organization, correspondence, lists of speakers and their subjects, and forms for the speakers to fill out in connection with their speech. Constitution, minutes, and roll of the organization from 2 February 1895 until 19 January 1916.

University of Missouri, “Cow-Hide,” c. 1880, (C0626)
1 folder, negative photostats
Pages from humorous publication.

University of Missouri, Admission of Blacks, Papers, 1952-1954, (C0977)
3 folders
Correspondence concerning the applications of blacks for admission to the University of Missouri during the years of transition from a segregated to an integrated institution.

University of Missouri, Admission of Women Centennial, Convocation Program, 1968, (C2592)
1 folder
Program for the honors convocation, 7 May 1968.

University of Missouri, Admission of Women Centennial, Records, 1963-1970, (C2603)
2 linear feet
Correspondence and lists used in preparations for commemorative activities on the centennial of the admission of women to the University, 1968. Program bulletins, posters, press releases, copies of speeches delivered, photographs, and biographical materials on distinguished alumnae.

University of Missouri, Agricultural Assistance Programs, Records, 1951-1966, (C3187)
15.1 linear feet
The records of the Agricultural Assistance Programs include participant records, foreign visitor calendars, papers and correspondence relating to program arrangements, and miscellaneous materials collected by Joseph C. Caldwell while supervisor of foreign agricultural trainees and home staff coordinator for the International Cooperation Administration-Land Grant College System India contract.

University of Missouri, College of Agricultural Bulletins, 1883-1923 (C3386)
3.3 linear feet
The records of the College of Agriculture include the Agricultural Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station bulletins and circulars on agricultural, horticultural, and home economics topics. Also included are annual reports, announcements, and short course and Farmers' Week materials.

University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, Records, 1888-1918, (C2563)
4 volumes
Records and data of agricultural experiments on the University of Missouri campus.

University of Missouri, Agricultural Extension Service, Home Demonstration, Papers, 1915-1953 (C3331)
6 folders
The records of the Agricultural Extension Service contain correspondence, program outlines and essays on benefits of home demonstration service, as well as early records of homemakers’ clubs and home extension services in Missouri.

University of Missouri, Agricultural Extension Service, Records, 1908-1963, (C2513)
1.5 linear feet
The records of the University of Missouri Agricultural Extension Service contain histories, letters, reports, memoranda, speeches, maps, publications, newspaper articles, and pictures concerning Missouri Agricultural Extension Service and U.S. Department of Agriculture policies; agricultural, home economics, and 4-H extension work; and the College of Agriculture.

University of Missouri, Agricultural Extension Service, Records, 1915-1952, (C2247)
3 folders
Papers concerning policy and programs of Agricultural Extension Service. Includes history of the Agricultural Extension Service and statement of policy and function of the College of Agriculture, University of Missouri.

University of Missouri, Annual Report, 1843-1844, (C1662)
1 folder
Report to James L. Minor, secretary of state, from the board of curators and President John H. Lathrop. Completion of the first University building, grounds, equipment, library, general organization, faculty and administrative appointments, curriculum, finances and budget. Reported to the 13th General Assembly (1844-1845).

University of Missouri, Assembly Lectures Committee, Records, 1953-1962, (C2223)
57 folders
The records contain correspondence and records of budgets, income and expenditures. Requests by departments for funds, and allocations or refusals by committee. Payment vouchers to guest lecturers and annual reports of committee.

University of Missouri, Athletic Committee, Records, 1934-1947, (C0137)
1 linear foot
Recommendations for regulation of various athletic associations, correspondence and minutes of intercollegiate athletic committees, general correspondence, financial reports, press releases, and schedules.

University of Missouri, Black Theatre Workshop, Records, 1981-1993, (CA5301)
0.25 linear feet
Programs, posters, clippings, photographs, correspondence, evaluations and other materials relating to workshop performances.

University of Missouri, Board Club Records, 1888-1896, (C0883)
2 volumes
Constitution, bylaws and amendments to the constitution; revision of the executive board of curators, adopted 31 July 1896; cash receipts of fees and dues of boarding club.

University of Missouri, Board of Curators, Memorial to the Missouri General Assembly, 1869, (C2803)
1 folder
Memorial of the Board of Curators of the Missouri State University to the Legislature, 26 January 1869, on the establishment of an agricultural and mechanical college as a part of the University rather than as a separate institution.

University of Missouri, Board of Curators, Mining School Committee Minutes, 1870, (C2277)
1 folder
Minutes of committee of six members of the Board of Curators appointed to select the location of the proposed School of Mines and Metallurgy, 6 October-9 December 1870.

University of Missouri, Board of Curators, Papers, 1881, 1936, (C2948)
1 folder(s)
Memorandum of explanation regarding the report of the Board submitted to the 31st General Assembly. Also a letter of comment by C.B. Rollins, July 14, 1936.

University of Missouri, Board of Curators, Records, 1839-1932, (C0920)
MICROFILM
130 rolls of microfilm
Minutes of meetings and records and papers of the Board.

University of Missouri, Bookstore Records, 1952-1966, (C2520)
7 folders
The records of the University of Missouri Bookstore contain correspondence, memoranda, and notes concerning the operation of the University of Missouri Bookstore. Accounts, budget estimates, thefts, profits, insurance, taxes, and retention of records are discussed.

University of Missouri, Business Operations Records, 1868-1959, (C0982)
MICROFILM
343 rolls of microfilm
Material from various University offices which handle business operations. Early material is from the secretary's office.

University of Missouri, Business Operations Records, 1946-1950, (C2229)
2 folders
Papers relating to procurement and distribution of U.S. Army surplus equipment, 1946. Arrangements and itinerary for commencement day, 1950.

University of Missouri, Charts, 1843-1925, (C1708)
1 folder
Three charts about the University of Missouri. One lists the number of men and women enrolled, 1843-1925; the second lists names, addresses, and degrees granted the first women graduates, 1870-1922; the third lists total number of students who received degrees, 1870-1924.

University of Missouri, Collection, (C3763)
5 folder(s)
Miscellaneous printed material pertaining to the university. Includes an 1859 catalog of students, graduates, faculty, and courses; photograph of cadets, 1880s; and items from the Colleges of Arts and Science (1946) and Education (1916, 1962) and School of Journalism (1923, 1926).

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture Short Course Club, Minute Books, 1911-1932, (C2562)
2 folders and 4 volumes
The collection contains minutes of weekly meetings of Short Course Club, on the University of Missouri campus.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture Short Course Club, Records, 1924-1930 (C3462)
1 folder
The records of the Short Course Club contain the constitution, bylaws, financial records, and list of members of an organization of students who were enrolled in the two-year winter course and the creamery short course of the College of Agriculture.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Farmer's Annual Barnwarming, Papers, 1919, (C2275)
1 folder
Dance program, diagram of order of dances, list of chaperones, and list of dance committee members.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Memorial Necrology, 1962, (C2232)
1 folder
Necrology presented as part of the program of recognition by the College of Agriculture faculty honoring former employees, 20 November 1962.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Photographs, 1912, (C0766)
1 folder
Photographs of College of Agriculture faculty members and a very brief history of Sanborn Field.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Records, 1879-1948, (C0921)
MICROFILM
50 rolls microfilm
The records of the University of Missouri, College of Agriculture includes correspondence and reports of students, faculty, and the administration mostly during the tenure of Dean Frederick B. Mumford.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Records, 1889-1903, (C3471)
9.8 linear feet
Office correspondence of Henry J. Waters, who from 1895 to 1909 was dean of the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, professor of agriculture, and director of the experiment station at the University of Missouri.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Records, 1953-1963, (C2228)
0.7 linear feet
Minutes of Advisory Council meetings and reports from Scope Committees and Advisory Council board of directors relating to enrollment, curriculum, budget, and research, 1953-1960. Correspondence and bulletins on agricultural programs and alumni awards.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Papers, 1957, (C2350)
1 folder
The papers contain a letter from J.H. Longwell, director of the Division of Agricultural Sciences, to selected faculty members inviting them to a meeting re the development of an ""agribusiness"" curriculum. Also a memorandum from Elmer R. Kiehl, chairman of the Committee for Review of Research and Educational Programs, urging attendance at the meeting.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Resident Wives Club, Records, (WUNP5703)
0.5 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of financial and membership records, correspondence, programs, and miscellaneous.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Resident Wives Club, Records, (WUNP5694)
0.4 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of minutes, by-laws, correspondence, annual president's files, historical records, membership records, and miscellaneous.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Resident Wives Club, Records, (WUNP5344)
1 folder(s)
INVENTORY. Addition of clippings, club programs, and notes from an installation service for new officers.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Resident Wives Club, Records, 1941-1990, (CA5281)
1 linear foot
The records of the organization contain minute books, financial records, scrapbooks, and club histories, 1941-1990.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Scrapbook, n.d., (C2657)
1 volume
The collection contains news clippings about the University of Missouri College of Agriculture and Experiment Station, undated but probably from ca. 1900-1910.

University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Social Study Club, Records, (WUNP5343)
0.2 linear feet
Records of a club formed by the wives of College of Agriculture faculty. Includes brief histories of the club, a minute book and miscellaneous programs.

University of Missouri, College of Arts and Science, Homecoming Guest Register, 1925-1926, (C0637)
1 folder
Signatures and date of graduation of alumni returning for homecoming in 1925 and 1926.

University of Missouri, College of Arts and Science, Records, 1901-1945 (C1044)
MICROFILM
48 rolls
Records and papers from the office of the College of Arts and Science.

University of Missouri, College of Arts and Science, Records, 1908-1965 (C3406)
67.8 linear feet, 4 volumes
The records of the College of Arts and Science contain correspondence, reports and forms from the dean’s office discussing faculty, administration, policies, courses, committees, conferences and specific problems, in addition to correspondence and reports pertaining to Missouri Bible College, Missouri College Union, and junior college accreditation.

University of Missouri, College of Arts and Science, Records, 1941-1961, (C2680)
30 folders, 0.3 cubic feet
Departmental recommendations for salary increases made to the dean, as well as budget statistics and salary information from other campuses.

University of Missouri, College of Arts and Science, Records, 1943-1945, (C0942)
2 folders
Announcements of policy and general information. Also some correspondence pertaining to the Western Historical Manuscripts Collection, directed by W. Francis English who later became dean of Arts and Science.

University of Missouri, College of Education, Centennial Papers, 1893-1959, (C2601)
0.3 linear feet
Papers collected by the College of Education for its centennial celebration. Papers of C.A. Phillips and L.M. Defoe, and material on the experiments, studies, and programs of the laboratory school.

University of Missouri, College of Engineering, Announcement, 1924, (C2362)
1 folder
The collection contains the 22nd Edict of St. Patrick announcing the program for the College of Engineering's annual celebration, 13-15 March 1924.

University of Missouri, Columbia--National Education Association Papers, (WUNP4195)
RESTRICTED
1 folder(s)
Correspondence and miscellaneous material.

University of Missouri, Columbia--National Education Association Papers, (WUNP4188)
RESTRICTED
1 linear feet
Correspondence and news clippings.

University of Missouri, Columns' Marker, 1966, (C2348)
1 folder
The papers contain a letter from Jack Matthews to Bus Entsminger verifying Richard S. Brownlee's authorship of legend on marker identifying columns on Red Campus, and letter from Entsminger to Brownlee expressing the appreciation of the Alumni Association.

University of Missouri, Committee of Deans, Minute Book, 1924-1935, (C0857)
1 folder
Copies of the minutes of the University deans' meetings, sent to J.T. Quarles. Committee members were: Williams, Brooks, Quarles, Mumford, Miller, Martin, Heckel, Parks, Neale, Robbins, Cowan, Bour, Short, Conley, Moredock, Stephens, Irion, Brewer, and Noyes. Various university problems were dealt with under two presidents, Stratton D. Brooks and Walter Williams.

University of Missouri, Committee on Accredited Schools and Colleges, Non-Public....Annual Reports, 1953-1961 (C3392)
6.2 linear feet
The records of the Committee on Accredited Schools and Colleges contain annual reports for Missouri private schools including information on curriculum, teachers, requirements, and texts used, pamphlets, and related correspondence.

University of Missouri, Committee on Accredited Schools and Colleges, Records, 1926-1949, (C2225)
27 folders
The records contain correspondence and official reports relating to the standards and accreditation of Missouri schools and junior colleges. Relate to entrance requirements, curriculum, and faculty standards. Claude A. Phillips, chairman.

University of Missouri, Committee on Accredited Schools and Colleges, Records, 1937-1967, (C2890)
1.6 linear feet
Correspondence and annual reports pertaining to the accreditation of non-public secondary schools in Missouri.

University of Missouri, Cooperative Extension Service, Records, (WUNP5880)
INVENTORY. Records of the University of Missouri's Cooperative Extension Service. Includes minutes, data on personnel and students involved in the programs, newsletters, and studies and research on extension services; 1946-1970.

University of Missouri, Co-Operative Extension Service, Records, 1920-1963, (C2512)
1.5 linear feet
The records of the University of Missouri Cooperative Extension Service contain materials relating to the activities of the Co-Operative Extension Service, including the training and supervision of county extension workers, services performed, planning and management of extension program, and conferences on extension work. Materials include newsletters, circulars, bulletins, reports, studies, correspondence, and a history of the University of Missouri College of Agriculture.

University of Missouri, Deans, Directors, and Administrative Officers’ Annual Reports, 1930-1946, (C0180)
3 linear feet
Reports covering the administrative policies and activities of various divisions.

University of Missouri, Debating Club Record Book, 1902-1913, (C1181)
1 volume
The record book contains the secretary's record, including minutes of meetings and membership.

University of Missouri, Department of Agricultural Chemistry, Records, (WUNP4607)
4 linear feet
Correspondence, photographs and blueprints. Not a complete run of correspondence.

University of Missouri, Department of Agricultural Chemistry, Records, (WUNP4661)
1 folder(s)
Addition. P.F. Trowbridge correspondence, experiment data, and miscellany.

University of Missouri, Department of Agricultural Economics, Records, 1906-1966, (C0010)
26 linear feet
The records of departments of farm management (1910-1919), rural life (1919-1926), and agricultural economics (1926-1966), chaired by D. Howard Doane and O.R. Johnson.

University of Missouri, Department of Anatomy, Records, 1908-1950, (C2515)
2.0 linear feet
The records of the University of Missouri Department of Anatomy contain departmental papers and correspondence with other departments, colleges, and university officials.

University of Missouri, Department of Animal Husbandry, Records, (WUNP3626)
5 linear feet
Livestock - study and teaching.

University of Missouri, Department of Botany, Papers, 1894-1956 (C3453)
28.8 linear feet
Materials related to departmental courses, university committees, job placement, and research, as well as to cooperative efforts among university state and federal agencies to control plant and crop diseases, establish conservation groups, and expand agricultural facilities and programs in Missouri.

University of Missouri, Department of Chemistry, Records, 1912-1937, (C0939)
4 volumes
The records contain an official department record, 1912-1926; minutes of Missouri chapter of the American Chemical Society; notes on equipment of Schweitzer Hall; and minutes of Missouri Beta Chapter of Pi Delta Nu, women's chemistry organization.

University of Missouri, Department of Classical Languages and Archaeology, Records, 1930-1935, (C0182)
0.2 linear feet
Papers from the files of the department when Walter Miller was chairman.

University of Missouri, Department of Forestry, Records, 1904-1921 (C3349)
0.6 linear feet
The records of the Department of Forestry contain correspondence, leases, maps, and miscellaneous material regarding the sale and leasing of land owned by the Department of Forestry at the time the department was part of the College of Agriculture.

University of Missouri, Department of History, Gradebooks, 1942-1961, (C2637)
0.5 linear feet
Gradebooks from American and European history courses.

University of Missouri, Department of History, Records, 1909-1937, (C0054)
2 linear feet
Correspondence of Jonas Viles about scheduling courses, exams, deficiencies, recommendations, applications, illness of Professor Mike H. Cockran, work on dissertations, and transfer vouchers for office supplies. Also personal correspondence.

University of Missouri, Department of History, Records, 1916-1965 (C3307)
8 linear feet
The records of the University of Missouri Department of History contain administrative, interdepartmental, and personal correspondence; minutes of meetings; administrative records; graduate files; applications for positions; federal relief programs, military training programs; university committees; Alpha Pi Zeta; Social Studies Council; and records of the semi-centennial dinner.

University of Missouri, Department of Home Economics, Records, 1886-1962, (C0993)
0.8 linear feet
Correspondence and miscellaneous papers concerning faculty, facilities, alumni, curriculum, and department bulletins. Bulk of the material consists of bulletins and reports of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Extension Service.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (CA5257)
14 linear feet
Addition of departmental, research, and instructional materials. Also includes papers of faculty members Eugene Hensley and Horace Danner.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (WUNP4637)
0.4 linear feet
Laboratory manuals and minutes of departmental meetings, 1913-1935.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (WUNP5620)
1.5 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition which includes papers and correspondence of Newell S. Gingrich and a variety of published materials relating to atomic bombs, civil defense, and radioactive fallout.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (WUNP5247)
2.8 linear feet
INVENTORY. Addition of departmental records, teaching and research materials, faculty and alumni records, and papers pertaining particularly to Albert Eisenstein and Eugene Hensley.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (CA4799)
54.4 linear feet
Correspondence, departmental and student records, course materials, and National Science Foundation summer institute materials.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (WUNP4753)
2 folder(s)
Papers of physicist Newell Gingrich pertaining to efforts to place a Foucault pendulum on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (WUNP4770)
1 folder(s)
Addition. Correspondence and departmental brochures.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (WUNP5342)
0.1 linear feet
Addition. Materials about Paul Edmond Basye, including biographical sketches, correspondence, and a brief biography written by Newell Gingrich.

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, Records, (CA5311)
0.4 linear feet
Addition of papers mostly relating to Newell Gingrich and the O.M. Stewart Fund and Lecture. Also materials about the Physics Building dedicated in 1967.

University of Missouri, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Records, 1961-1965, (C3394)
1.1 linear feet
Applications for graduate studies of students who never attended. Collection incomplete: only includes names between Houdyshell and Samarrea.

University of Missouri, Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology, Records, 1962-1965, (C2265)
0.8 linear feet
The records of the University of Missouri Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology primarily contain correspondence of Homer E. Dale, chairman of the department.

University of Missouri, Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology, Records, 1965-1966, (C0103)
0.6 linear feet
Correspondence of members of the department concerning applicants for graduate study and jobs, research, theses and articles for publication, departmental business and procedures, the expanding school, and the American Society of Veterinary Physiologists and Pharmacologists.

University of Missouri, Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology, Records, 1966-1967, (C2517)
8 folders
The records of the University of Missouri Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology contain correspondence concerning department business and procedures, research, equipment, staff, graduate program, applicants for graduate study, expanding department, conventions, recommendations, and American Society of Veterinary Physiologists and Pharmacologists.

University of Missouri, Department of Zoology, Records, 1897-1963 (C3402)
1.8 linear feet
The records contain departmental correspondence, 1958-1963 and the papers of W.C. Curtis, department member from 1901-1962.

University of Missouri, English Club, Papers, 1903 (C0098)
0.25 linear feet
Papers of the club, including stories, songs, and poems written by members of the organization in 1903. Roll of members and part of a letter to Emma Simmons.

University of Missouri, Engravings, 1910, (C3339)
1 folder(s)
Two copies of engraving of campus in 1910. Done by W.T. Littig and Company, New York.

University of Missouri, Extension Service Records, 1912-1979 (C1042)
MICROFILM
Annual reports of county and district agents of the Extension Service, 1912-1969, and annual reports of extension activities of UMC, UMKC, Lincoln University, UMR, UMSL, and university-wide offices, 1960-1979.

University of Missouri, Faculty Council, Resolutions, [1895], (C1575)
1 folder
The collection contains resolutions on J[oseph] G[ranville] Norwood (1807-1895), by a committee composed of G.C. Broadhead, P. Schwartze, and R.W. McAlester.

University of Missouri, Faculty Union Records, 1915-1935, (C0994)
4 volumes
Account books of the Faculty Union, located at 15 Allen Place, Columbia, Missouri.

University of Missouri, Fisheries and Wildlife, Photographs, (CA5009)
2 linear feet
Photographs and negatives of early Missouri forestry and wildlife conservation projects, ca. 1930s-1940s. Includes some views from other states.

University of Missouri, Friends of the University of Missouri Library, Minutes, 1964, (C3172)
1 folder(s)
Program of the council and membership meeting of the Friends of the University of Missouri Library, including minutes of the annual meeting.

University of Missouri, G.I. City, Town Meeting Minutes, 1946-1952, (C0632)
5 folders
Minutes kept by the citizens of G.I. City, University of Missouri emergency housing trailer court, of their meetings to discuss problems of washing machine rental and purchase, playgrounds for children, health and sanitation, elections, parties, garbage disposal, sewing machines, repairs, house care, prowlers, and hospitalization of dependents of University students.

University of Missouri, Graduate School, Records, 1911-1967 (C3354)
31.5 linear feet
The records of the University of Missouri Graduate School contain minutes of graduate committees, 1911-1967, and correspondence of the dean of the Graduate School with administrators, graduate faculty, graduate students, government officials, foundation officers, and alumni, 1930-1967.

University of Missouri, Graduate School, Records, 1926-1966, (C2532)
3.1 linear feet
The records of the University of Missouri Graduate School contain correspondence with other universities on various aspects of administration, teaching, degree programs, financial aid, and accrediting procedures; interdepartmental correspondence; and information relating specifically to cooperative intercollegiate activities, such as MASUA (Mid-America State University Association), Title IV Program, and Commission on Higher Education.

University of Missouri, Graduation Programs, 1902, (C2353)
1 folder
The collection contains programs for baccalaureate Sunday and commencement exercises. The commencement program lists recipients of awards, certificates and degrees.

University of Missouri, "In Memoriam," World War II, n.d., (C2245)
1 folder
A memorial necrology published by the University of Missouri honoring students and alumni who died in the service of the U.S. Armed Forces during World War II.

University of Missouri, KOMU-TV, Records, 1953-1962 (C3387)
3.2 linear feet
The records of KOMU-TV contain correspondence regarding the organization and daily business of the University of Missouri's commercially operated television station. KOMU-TV was established in 1953 as an affiliate of American Broadcasting Company and National Broadcasting Company. Included is correspondence with the American Broadcasting Company, National Broadcasting Company, the Federal Communications Commission, H-R Representatives, Incorporated, program viewers and KOMU-TV’s attorneys, Fisher, Wayland, Duvall and Southmayd. Policy on religious programming, political broadcasts, and liquor advertising along with daily program scheduling comprise the inter-office correspondence.

University of Missouri, Lathrop Dinner Committee, Minutes, 1849, (C1820)
1 folder
The papers contain minutes of a public meeting to plan Lathrop dinner, list of committee members, and resolutions.

University of Missouri, Laws Observatory, Records, (WUNP4565)
Miscellaneous information on the department, 1980s.

University of Missouri, Laws Observatory, Records, 1877-1954 (C3401)
6 linear feet
Correspondence, class materials, reports and observing records of the observatory.

University of Missouri, Legion of Black Collegians, Records, (CA5382)
0.2 linear feet
Miscellaneous publications and records of a student's organization at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

University of Missouri, Legion of Black Collegians, Ephemera, (WUNP5329)
1 folder(s)
Miscellaneous flyers and announcements of campus activities sponsored by the Legion of Black Collegians during the 1980s. Also includes a copy of Perspectives In Black: Getting To Know UMC for 1984-1985.

University of Missouri, Legion of Black Collegians, Records, (CA5391)
0.2 linear feet
Addition of Big Eight Conference on Black Student Government annual meeting materials; LBC Silver Anniversary commemoration guides; brochures; and 1993 Kwanzaa Celebration poster.

University of Missouri, Max Meyer Incident, Papers, 1929-1930, (C0636)
4 folders
Professor Meyer was dismissed from the University shortly after the dismissal of Professor De Graff because of a sex questionnaire.

University of Missouri, Medical Society, Records, 1892-1897, (C1183)
3 volumes
The records contain the constitution, including charter members, minutes, 1892-1895, and minutes, 1896-1897.

University of Missouri, Memorial Union and Stadium Committee, Records, 1919-1930, (C0635)
2 folders
Copies of minutes of meetings and correspondence generated by the Memorial Committee of Nine. This committee supervised fund-raising and pledge collecting for the construction of the Memorial Union and the Memorial Stadium.

University of Missouri, Memorial Union and Stadium, Records, 1921-1953, (C2555)
131 folders, 1 volume
Material deals with memorial union and stadium fund campaign drives and the construction of the memorial union and stadium. Financial statements, auditor's reports, and alumni news. Some inter-departmental correspondence.

University of Missouri, Missouri State Military School, Records, 1889-1965, (C3554)
2 linear feet, 36 volumes
Photographs; military manuals and pamphlets; newspaper clippings; letterbook; records of marksmanship, merits and demerits, cadet appointments, cadet rosters, orders, and company morning reports; and scrapbook of newspaper articles and photographs of military training program at the University of Missouri.

University of Missouri, Office of the Assistant Comptroller, Records, (WUNP3775)
1 linear feet
INVENTORY. Records pertaining to rules and regulations of the university and information on gifts to the university.

University of Missouri, Office of the Food Purchasing Agent, Papers, 1960-1962, (C2291)
0.5 linear feet
The papers of the University of Missouri Office of the Food Purchasing Agent contain correspondence of the Office of Food Purchasing Agent, Central Food Stores. The chief correspondent is Ollie B. Robinson, food purchasing agent and assistant to the director of purchasing.

University of Missouri, Oliver L. Steele Prize Essays, 1923, (C0915)
3 folders
The collection contains essays submitted at the University of Missouri for the Oliver L. Steele Prize. Daniel L. Brennan, "The Obligations of American Citizenship." Robert D. Watt, "The Social Obligations of American Citizenship." Mary Lois Pyles, "Social Obligations of American Citizenship."

Missouri. University of, Papers, 1840-1929, (C0181)
0.1 linear feet
The collection contains circulars, receipts, bills, resolutions, petitions, and other miscellaneous items pertaining to the University in those years.

University of Missouri, Papers, 1903, (C0372)
1 folder
Commencement week program, 1903. Booklet, "Songs of Missouri."

University of Missouri, Papers, 1923-1955, (C3079)
1 folder(s)
Memorials to George Lefevre, George C. Swallow, John Carleton Jones, Samuel M. Jordan, Charles A. Helm and C.F. Marbut. Also some banquet programs.

University of Missouri, Parodies of University Publications, 1853-1885, (SUNP2763)
1 folder(s)
Parodies of commencement programs, announcements, presumably created by University of Missouri students.

University of Missouri, Photographs, 1873-1913, 1937-1954, n.d., (C3756)
1.5 linear feet
The University of Missouri Photographs consist of late nineteenth century and post-World War II (1940s and 1950s) glass lantern and 35mm slides. The photographs include images of people and events connected with the University of Missouri, campus plans, and architectural drawings of university buildings.

University of Missouri, Photographs, 1883-1893, (C0807)
1 folder
Photographs of the Agricultural Boarding Club, students and faculty, Jesse Hall auditorium, and university cadets and officers. Also, a print of the university, Stephens Female College, and Christian Female College.

University of Missouri, Photographs, 1894-1895, (C3417)
1 folder(s)
Photographs of Academic Hall, n.d., and of the football team, 1894 and 1895.

University of Missouri, Postcards, 1907-1911, (C2427)
3 folders
Postcards of the University of Missouri written to and from Ethel McDonald, 1907-1911. Includes pictures of the administration building before and after the 1892 fire, the columns, campus buildings, the 1907 football team, A. Rose Hill, the Columbia Club, and a copy of the alma mater, 'Old Missouri.' One postcard to J.H. Kempster, 1909.

University of Missouri, President's Club, Record Book, 1906, (C3583)
1 folder(s)
First pages of the record book of the President's Club, organized 6 February 1906. Includes charter members, minutes of meeting and constitution.

University of Missouri, President's Committee on Communication, Report, 1968, (C3318)
1 folder(s)
Report to the faculty on the problem of communication within the University, ways of improving communication and reasons for doing so. Compiled by ad hoc faculty committee.

University of Missouri, President's House, Papers, 1841-1926, (C2422)
1 folder
The papers contain notes on the residence provided for the president of the University of Missouri. The residence was first built in 1841. Sources include the minutes of the Board of Curators and its Executive Board, William Switzler's manuscript history of the University, reports of the president to the board and of the board to the legislature, business operation records and secondary sources.

University of Missouri, President's Office, Papers, 1892-1966, (C2582)
55 linear feet
Papers from the administrations of Richard Henry Jesse, A. Rose Hill, J.C. Jones, Stratton D. Brooks, Walter Williams, Frederick A. Middlebush, and Elmer Ellis.

University of Missouri, President's Reports, 1893-1894, (C2259)
2 folders
Reports by President Richard Henry Jesse to the Board of Curators and its executive board, January 1893-December 1894.

University of Missouri, Record Books, 1848-1929, (C3116)
12 volume(s)
Miscellaneous early record books of the University of Missouri, including accounts kept by the treasurer of the Board of Curators of salaries and expenditures, records pertaining to agricultural experiment station, inventory and appraisement of university holdings, and material on Students Protective Association and memorial union and stadium campaign.

University of Missouri, Reports to U.S. Bureau of Education, 1892-1900 (C3329)
1 folder(s)
These records include three types of reports: 1) reports listing expenditures, number of faculty and students, value of property/equipment, and library holdings; 2) scholastic reports giving breakdown of students into various fields, kinds of degrees offered, and University’s income; and 3) supplementary statistical reports.

University of Missouri, Research Council, Records, 1920-1961, (C2412)
2.0 linear feet
The records of the University of Missouri Research Council contain correspondence on administrative matters, memoranda, circulars, meetings, National Science Foundation grants, summer research professorships, reports, finances, clippings and miscellany. The records were collected by Raymond E. Peck, acting dean of the Graduate School and chairman of the council in 1959.

University of Missouri, Research Council, Records, 1955-1961, (C0987)
0.2 linear feet
Minutes and correspondence.

University of Missouri, Savitar Frolics History, 1955, (C3234)
1 folder(s)
History of Savitar Frolics from 1938 to 1954, giving names of winners and lists of participating groups.

University of Missouri, School of Business and Public Administration, Records, 1907-1952 (C3482)
20.2 linear feet
Papers of Isidor Loeb, 1907-1925; papers on committees, administration, professional organizations, scholarships, Commerce Day, Crippled Children's Service, Missouri League of Municipalities, and Missouri Bankers Conference; and placement materials, 1934-1952.

University of Missouri, School of Forestry, Records, 1936-1968 (C3359)
4.4 linear feet
The records of the School of Forestry contain correspondence from the Westveld and Duncan administrations and are retained in the original filing system of six major sections: Extension, Forestry School Administration, Personnel, Research, Teaching, and University Administration for the years 1936-1968.

University of Missouri, School of Journalism, 50th Anniversary Papers, 1958-1959, (C0768)
1 folder
Executive committee progress report and enclosures outlining events scheduled to celebrate the school's golden anniversary.

University of Missouri, School of Journalism, Honor Medalists, Interviews, 2007-2009 (CA6159), (CA6159)
0.2 cubic feet, 5 audio cassettes, 13 CDs, 1 DVD, 2 video cassettes
The University of Missouri School of Journalism awards honor medals to the school's outstanding journalists. The collection contains oral history interviews conducted with the honor medalists by graduate students from the school. Included are transcripts, supporting material, audio, and video.

University of Missouri, School of Law, Faculty Meeting Records, 1873-1890, (C0856)
1 folder
Records of official meetings, polls of students, and lists of students receiving passing grades on various examinations.

University of Missouri, School of Medicine, Clinical Research Unit, Papers, 1956, (C3122)
4 folder(s)
Papers relating to Dean Roscoe L. Pullen's role in the passage of U.S. Public Law 835, which provided for federal aid for research in crippling and killing diseases, and his initial steps to procure a grant under this act for a clinical research unit.

University of Missouri, School of Medicine, Records, c. 1902-1959, (C3651)
10.5 linear feet
Correspondence, minutes, annual reports, and other materials of the School of Medicine. The records are arranged chronologically by dean and contain information on personnel, the Student Health Service, Crippled Children's Service, the controversy over the location of clinical training, and the physical plant.

University of Missouri, School of Mines and Metallurgy Papers, 1870-1948, (C3110)
8.2 linear feet
Records of the school from the formative years, including financial, student, political, and executive papers. Also contains papers documenting the school's relationship with the U.S. Public Works Administration and U.S. Work Projects Administration.

University of Missouri, Seal, Papers, 1840-1841, (C1657)
1 folder
Correspondence about payment of Edward Stabler, manufacturer of the University seal and press.

University of Missouri, Stephens Medal Contest Program, 1891, (C0752)
1 folder
Program of University of Missouri oratorical contest.

University of Missouri, Subscription List, 1839, (C0627)
1 folder, photocopies
Names of Boone County, Missouri, residents, with amounts subscribed, who sought the establishment of the state university in the county.

University of Missouri, THE INDEPENDENT Record Book, 1904-1910, (C2486)
1 volume
The collection contains minutes of the meetings of the board of the university newspaper, THE INDEPENDENT.

University of Missouri, THE UNIVERSITY REVIEW, 1882, (C2361)
1 folder
The collection contains a satiric commencement issue of THE UNIVERSITY REVIEW, 1 June 1882.

University of Missouri, Visiting Asian Professors' Program Project, Records, 1961-1964, (C2230)
0.3 linear feet
Papers and correspondence relating to coordination of the Visiting Asian Professors' Program. Annual reports, recommendations, orientation, schedules, and financial arrangements. Arthur J. Robins, School of Social Work, University of Missouri, was coordinator.

University of Missouri, Washington's Birthday Celebration Program, 1883, (C2575)
1 folder
Program

University of Missouri, William Jennings Bryan Prize Essays, 1901-1925, (C0914)
8 folders
First-prize essays written in competition for the William Jennings Bryan Prize at the University of Missouri, 1901, 1902, 1906, 1908, 1909, 1913, 1914, and 1925.

University of Missouri, William Volker Prize Essays, 1913-1921 (C0185)
8 folders
Essays submitted for the William Volker Prize at the University of Missouri.

University of Missouri, Williams S. Woods Prize Essays, 1901-1909, (C0916)
2 folders
Essays submitted for the William S. Woods Prize at the University of Missouri.

University of Missouri, Young Ladies’ Philalaethean Society, Record Book, 1888-1895, (C1185)
1 volume
Minutes and membership lists of a literary society.

University of Missouri-Columbia, “The University Club,” [c. 1965] (C3334)
1 folder
The collection includes one pamphlet on a proposed faculty club for the University of Missouri which gives building plans, building facilities and membership information.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Association of Women Students, Questionnaire, 1972, (C3314)
RESTRICTED
1 folder(s)
Questionnaire regarding age, status in school, sexual/medical needs, and personal concerns.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Black Studies Program, Records, 1860-1992, (C4125)
5 cubic feet
The papers of the Black Studies Program at the University of Missouri-Columbia include correspondence, programs, project proposals, articles, clippings, and photographs.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Black Studies Program, Papers, (WUNP4984)
1 folder(s)
Historical and modern photographs of early Missouri homes in Monroe and Randolph counties, articles on various Civil War figures, and a 1928 pictorial advertisement for the movie version of Uncle Tom's Cabin.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Campus Ephemera, 1967-1978, (C3628)
0.4 linear feet
Papers produced by various anti-war, political, religious, student, and community groups for distribution on the UMC campus: newspapers, newsletters, broadsides, petitions, flyers, handbills, pamphlets, posters, circular letters, reprints, programs, announcements, and position papers.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Chancellor's Committee on the Status of Women, Papers, (WUNP5001)
1 folder(s)
INVENTORY. Addition of minutes, correspondence, salary and raise data, and miscellaneous.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Citations, 1966-1968, (C2549)
1 folder
Honorary degree citations at June 1966, 1967, and 1968 commencements for Barbara McClintock, B.F. Skinner, Charles Johnston Hitch, Fred V. Heinkel, Warren E. Hearnes, Lester V. Chandler, James A. Finch, Jr., Douglas Ensminger, Ward Barnes, and Harry F. Barr.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Citations, 1969-1970, (C3343)
1 folder(s)
Honorary degree citations presented to Tennessee Williams, Frank Ackerman, and Walter Cronkite.

University of Missouri-Columbia, College of Education, Centennial Proclamation, 1968 (C0313)
1 folder(s) (oversize)
Proclamation announcing that 1968 would be the centennial year of the College of Education and explaining that in 1868 Missouri became the first state university to undertake the professional training of teachers by establishing a College of Normal Instruction.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Department of Physics, Records, (WUNP4608)
1 folder(s)
Photographs of members of the Department of Physics.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Faculty Meeting Papers, 1976, (WUNP3993)
1 folder(s)
To be worked as part of UMC-NEA papers.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Free Speech Controversy, Papers, 1969 (C3312)
2 folder(s)
The papers contain printed materials concerning the 1969 free speech controversy at the University of Missouri-Columbia, such as leaflets, letters, resolutions and newspaper articles, as well as information regarding the supportive role of Lincoln University. Also included are materials on the student rights’ march, Students for Democratic Society summer workshop and incidents at Lincoln University leading to the issuing of a temporary restraining order.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Friends of the University of Missouri Library, Papers, (SUNP2524)
0.2 linear feet
Correspondence, minutes, memoranda, financial reports, notes, and clippings.

University of Missouri-Columbia, History of Women Research Seminar Papers, (WUNP4236)
1 folder(s)
Seminar papers.

University of Missouri-Columbia, History of Women Research Seminar Papers, (WUNP4154)
1 folder(s)
Research papers on the National American Woman Suffrage Association Parade, 1913, and Religion and Feminism in 19th Century America: Matilda Joslyn Grace and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Missouri Cultural Heritage Center, Records, 1978-1992 (C4053)
15 linear feet, 40 audio cassettes, 3 video cassettes, 72 audio tapes
The records contain the correspondence, grants, working files, and research materials supporting projects and publications of the Missouri Cultural Heritage Center.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Paine Lecture Committee, Records, 1976-1978, (C3592)
8 folders
The Rufus Monroe Paine and Sophie Hougaard Paine Lectureship in Religion was established by the will of Catherine Paine Middlebush as a memorial to her mother and father. Includes correspondence, programs, annual reports, news releases, and course proposal.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Plat, 1978, (C0935)
1 folder
Plat of the university showing buildings and streets. Buildings are numbered, but not named.

University of Missouri-Columbia, Women's Panhellenic Rush Week, Papers, 1969, (C3469)
1 folder(s)
Printouts showing pledging results under 1969 quota, with no quota and with a self- (by sororities) determining quota.

University Y, YMCA/YWCA, Records, (SUNP2640)
6 linear feet
Addition. Minutes, financial records, photographs, scrapbooks, and miscellany.

UPSTREAM, Records, (CA4903)
0.5 linear feet
Office files, clippings, and photographs of university organization, University People Striving to Recover Excellence and Mirth.

V

Vest, George Graham, (1830-1904), Letter, 1903, (C1665)
1 folder
The papers contain one letter to the editors of the Savitar, in Columbia, Missouri, from Washington, D.C., on March 30, 1903. Vest was a senator from Missouri from 1879- 1903. He wrote the Savitar [University of Missouri yearbook] editors thanking them for dedicating the 1902-1903 issue to him.

Viles-Hosmer Family, Papers, 1814-1948, (C3709)
6.1 linear feet
Autograph albums, account books, diaries, and personal and business correspondence of the Viles and Hosmer families. Included are Jonas Viles' professional papers while professor of history at the University of Missouri from 1902 and 1942.

Votaw, Maurice E. (1899-1981), Papers, 1909-1978, (C3672)
55 folders
The papers of a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism primarily pertain to his years as professor of journalism at St. John's University, Shanghai, China, and ad-viser to the Nationalist Chinese Ministry of Information. Included are transcripts of oral interviews, correspondence, literary productions, minutes, printed materials, maps, lists, photographs, and books. Contained is information on Votaw's life; writers, missionaries, political and military leaders, and events in China (1922-1977); U.S. China policy; Chinese and American journalism and newspapers; Shanghai Short Story Club; and St. John's University and University of Mis-souri School of Journalism.

W

Walker, Addison A., Diploma, [1864], (C1787)
1 folder
The papers contain one diploma from the University of Missouri signed by John H. Lathrop, Chairman of Faculty.

Wappel, Fred, Papers, (WUNP5665)
INVENTORY. Papers of a University of Missouri athletic trainer, 1950s-1980s.

Warshaw, Jacob (1878-1944), Papers, 1910-1944, (C0036)
12 linear feet, 12 volumes
Correspondence and papers of the Chairman of the Department of Spanish at the University of Missouri from 1926 to 1944. Copies of articles written by Warshaw for scholarly publications, extensive notes on Spanish and Latin American literature and life. Letters are about departmental matters, personal affairs, and Spanish scholarship.

Washburn, Mrs. N.R., Papers, (SUNP0686)
2 folder(s)
Lecture notes and memorabilia from the University of Missouri, 1900s and 1910s.

Watkins, Ralph K., Papers, (WUNP4326)
3.75 linear feet
Course outlines, correspondence, speeches, and genealogical material compiled by a former professor of education at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Wauchope, George Armstrong (1862-1943), Papers, 1892, (C0854)
1 folder
A handwritten record of the burning of the University, prefaced by an argument in favor of the retention of the old university columns. Telegrams to the president from Governor David R. Francis and others; also some press clippings on the fire and events that followed.

Weaver, John C. (1915- ), Inauguration Papers, 1966-1967, (C3112)
2.4 linear feet
Correspondence, minutes, and other material of the Inaugural Steering Committee and subcommittees for the inauguration of Weaver as president of the University of Missouri. Invitation lists, replies, and regrets. Printed material on the inaugurations of Stratton D. Brooks in 1923 and A. Ross Hill in 1908.

Weaver, John C. (1915- ), Inaugural Papers, 1966-1967, (C2585)
0.7 inear feet
The papers of John C. Weaver contain correspondence, lists of delegates and guests, programs, and bulletins prepared for the inauguration of Weaver as the fourteenth president of the University of Missouri, April 1967.

Weeks, Raymond L. (1863-1954), Papers, 1873-1954, (C1045)
5.4 linear feet, 10 audio discs
The papers of Raymond L. Weeks contain primarily correspondence regarding his academic career in Romance languages, philology, and phonetics at the universities of Michigan, Missouri, and Illinois; and Columbia University in New York City. Much of this correspondence concerns faculty positions and topics such as academic freedom and university politics, during the 1890s through 1940s. Royalty statements for Weeks' works, postcards, poetry, photographs, newspapers clippings, and articles and scholarly writings make up the rest of the collection.

Weitzel, Carla (1953-2000), Papers, 1970-1999, (C2154)
1.8 linear feet, 6 audio cassettes
The papers of Carla Weitzel, a sociology graduate student at the University of Missouri-Columbia, consist of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, correspondence, posters, pamphlets, photographs, and miscellaneous materials. The materials document civil rights issues, particularly the anti-apartheid and divestment movement that occurred on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus during the mid-1980s.

Werner, Merle McDougald “Doug” (1913-2004), Interview, 2000, (C3034)
1 folder, 4 audio cassettes
The collection contains cassettes and a transcript of an interview with a war correspondent and foreign service officer who was one of twenty journalists to land at Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

White, E.C., Address, 1856, (C1717)
1 folder
Valedictory address delivered by E.C. White at the University of Missouri, 1856.

Whitfield, Jerome, Papers, (CA5266)
0.2 linear feet
Photographs, student guides, an autobiography, and ephemeral items of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, collected by a University of Missouri student, 1975-1983.

Whitten, John C. (1866-1922), Papers, 1900-1901, (C2424)
1 folder
The papers contain letters written to a professor of horticulture at the University of Missouri concerning the publication of an article in The Southwest, acknowledging information on plant diseases in Missouri, and concerning salaries and living expenses in Washington, D.C., if he joined the Department of Agriculture.

Whittle, Fannie L., Speech, 1884, (C1669)
1 folder
The papers contain the valedictory address delivered by Fannie L. Whittle, first woman valedictorian at the University of Missouri.

Williams, Sara Lockwood (1891-1961), Papers, 1885-1961 (C2533)
27.25 linear feet
The papers of Sara Lockwood Williams and Walter Williams; material on their journalistic careers; and information on the founding of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and Walter Williams’ presidency of the University, 1931-1935.

Williams, Walter (1864-1935) and Sara Lockwood (1891-1961), Collection, 1920-1942 (C2540)
2.9 linear feet
News items by and about Walter and Sara L. Williams; speeches and course notes by the former; School of Journalism faculty meeting minutes, 1911-1924; correspondence about journalism scholarships and prizes; and clippings, pamphlets, and correspondence about journalism here and abroad.

Williams, Walter (1864-1935), Santa Fe Trail Scrapbook, 1911, (C1443)
1 volume
Series of newspaper articles on the Santa Fe Trail, written by Walter Williams.

Williams, Walter, Scrapbooks, 1915-1931, (C1439)
4 volumes
Newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, and miscellaneous material. Scrapbooks cover Pan American Congress of Journalists, 1926; Williams' visiting professorship in Mexico City, 1926; and a South American tour by the Williamses in 1931

Williams, Walter, (1864-1935), Scrapbooks, 1901-1902, c. 1910, 1930-1931, (C3985)
0.8 linear feet
Walter Williams’ scrapbooks are four volumes of photographs from trips that he took to Europe, the Holy Land, and South America, and a scrapbook of photographs of students, faculty, and the campus of the University of Missouri in Columbia. Williams was the dean of the School of Journalism and president of the University of Missouri.

Williamson, Gingeree, Scrapbooks, (WUNP5267)
2 volume(s)
Clippings and newsletters relating to the Legion of Black Collegians at the University of Missouri, and newspaper articles written by Williamson.

Winfield, Betty, Papers, (CA6336)
4 cubic feet
The papers of a journalism historian and former University of Missouri journalism professor include research material and notes on Franklin Roosevelt and music censorship.

Wood-Smith Family, Papers, 1864-1987, (C3857)
5.2 linear feet, 5 DVDs, 1 audio tape
Correspondence, scrapbooks, newspaper articles, photographs and films of two Missouri families with roots in Jasper and Pike counties. Guy M. Wood was First Associate City Counsellor for the city of St. Louis in the early 1930s. Roy G. Smith served nearly fifty years with the Young Men's Christian Association in the Philippines, Peru, and the United States.

World Columbian Exhibition, Chicago, Illinois, Award, 1893, (C0926)
1 folder, oversize
Award given to the University of Missouri for its leaf tobacco exhibit.

Wrench, Jesse E. (1882-1958), Papers, 1871-1976, (C2509)
2 linear feet
The papers of Jesse E. Wrench, a University of Missouri history professor, include teaching materials, correspondence, and records of organizations with which Wrench was involved at the university and in Columbia, Missouri. The papers also include some family papers and photographs and two unpublished manuscripts from the Cornell Expedition to Asia Minor in 1907-1908.

Wulfekammer, Verna Mary (1900-1994), Collection, 1893-1976, (C3864)
51.9 linear feet and oversize
The collection of Verna Mary Wulfekammer, University of Missouri-Columbia professor of art from 1928 to 1968, contains teaching materials and artifacts, correspondence, clippings, student work, publications and photographs related to the personal and professional life of Wul-fekammer and her mentor and colleague, Ella Victoria Dobbs.

Wykoff, Roy A., Jr., Papers, 1860-1955 (C0437)
8 folders
Miscellaneous material collected by Wykoff. Missouri University, Stephens College and Christian College programs; letters of Eugene Field, Daniel Read and Homer Croy; and Civil War articles.

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Yost, T.F., "Alfalfa in Bates County, Missouri," 1927, (C2674)
1 volume
The collection contains a report on promotion of alfalfa planting in Bates County.

Young, Ardath Cary (1923- ), Papers, 1910s-1976, (C4030)
0.25 linear feet
The papers of Ardath Anita Cary Young consist of correspondence, postcards, photographs, and miscellaneous family papers documenting the Cary, Young, and McMillen families from Edina, Knox County, Missouri.

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Zwick Family, Papers, (WUNP5968)
Correspondence, legal papers, photographs, and miscellaneous personal papers of Galius and Helen Zwick of St. Joseph, Missouri, former members of the University of Missouri Board of Curators.

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