Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
"Till the Boys Come Home: Chronicles of the Activities of the Missouri State Guard at Kirksville During World War II, October 1940-February 1947", compiled by S.Sgt. Paul O. Selby. A two-volume scrapbook/photo album of the unit's 1942-1943 activities; includes Volume 1 (1942 December-1943 October) of the Battalion's newsletter 3rd Battalion Review.
World War I era scrapbooks and photograph album compiled by members of the Ann Haynes Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution.
This collection contains a photo scrapbook of Ella (Skippy) Skipwith Harrison’s time as a Kirksville State Teacher’s College student from 1937 – 1939.
This 189 page scrapbook contains programs, photos and other memorabilia kept by Miss Tull during her high school and college years at Kirksville Jr. and Sr. High Schools and Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, along with a few childhood photos. Her photo album consists of 100 pages of photographs.
This collection contains materials of Goldie E. Pitney Bivin that capture life in Kirksville and at Northeast Missouri State Teachers College (now Truman State University) during the 1920s–1930s. Materials include a photo album, diploma and certificates, and various school documents and letters.
This collection includes a diary, a scrapbook, recipe book, and documents such as programs and poems that represent Helen Mar Halliburton McReynolds' life while at Kirksville State Normal School (now Truman State University).
This scrapbook was created in 1912 during Miss Selby's first year as a college student at Kirksville State Normal School (now Truman State University).
This collection contains a scrapbook of the Kirksville Boy Scouts from 1930-1935, which includes clippings of local Boy Scouts news, posters and programs for local Boy Scout events. The cover was created by J.F. Walker.
Personal papers, research notes and writings of Paul Owen Selby, consisting of the files and records he gave during his lifetime as well as those cleared from his campus office after his death. Many are concerned with Kirksville and Adair County history, genealogies of Adair County families, and Mark Twain. Also includes his personal scrapbooks from 1890-1979.
A series of album scrapbooks with histories of the Smith, Patterson, Shibley, Link, and related families of Adair County.