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Photograph albums

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Company M, 4th Missouri Infantry, Missouri State Guard, 1942-1943 Collection

Identifier: MS M5
Scope and Contents "Till the Boys Come Home: Chronicles of the Activities of the Missouri State Guard at Kirksville During World War II, October 1940-February 1947" was compiled by 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. Although the creator P.O. Selby included the full life of Company M in the album title, all photos are from 1942-1943; there are only a few...
Dates: approximately 1940-1947.

Daughters of the American Revolution Scrapbooks and Photograph Album

Identifier: MS D6
Scope and Contents

World War I era scrapbooks and photograph album compiled by members of the Ann Haynes Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution.

Dates: 1850-1952

Emma Funk Rieger Photo Album

Identifier: MUSDP R1
Scope and Contents

A 32-page photo album with a carved ivory cover which contains 58 photos, most of which are unidentified. The album was originally owned and filled by Emma Funk in the late 1890s, before she was married in 1902.

Dates: 1890s

Gladys E. Tull Scrapbook

Identifier: MS T2
Scope and Contents

A 189-page scrapbook containing programs, photos and other memorabilia kept by Gladys Tull during her high school and college years at Kirksville Jr. and Sr. High Schools and Northeast Missouri State Teachers College (now Truman State University), along with a few childhood photos. Her photo album consists of 100 pages of photographs, most of which seem to be of her extended family.

Dates: 1908-1929

Goldie E. Pitney Bivin Collection

Identifier: MS P6
Scope and Contents

A photo album, diploma and certificates, and various school documents and letters from Goldie E. Pitney Bivin which capture life in Kirksville and at Northeast Missouri State Teachers College (now Truman State University) during the 1920sā€“1930s.

Dates: 1917ā€“1950

Kirksville Photograph Album

Identifier: MUSDP K2
Scope and Contents

An album of 28 photos of Kirksville homes, places and events by an unknown photographer. The photographs appear to have been taken in 1897.

Dates: 1897

Kirksville Photos by Drake

Identifier: MUSDP K1
Scope and Contents

An album of 35 photos of Kirksville, Missouri, buildings, businesses and people created by "Drake, Fotografer" and originally owned by Clifford Elmore Henry. Using Kirksville city directories, local histories and articles in Kirksville newspapers of the day, we have been able to determine that most of the photos in this album were taken 1893 January-April, the only period when all the pictured businesses were in operation simultaneously.

Dates: 1893

Missouri State Normal School of the First District Photo Album

Identifier: MS M8
Scope and Contents

Photo album with photographs of early faculty and students of the Normal School. Dating from 1872-1875, it includes images of President Joseph Baldwin and early faculty members John R. Kirk and James Greenwood, to name a few. There are many other unidentified photographs as well, and further research on the item is needed.

Dates: approximately 1872-1875

White Sisters School Records and Photograph Album

Identifier: MS W2
Scope and Contents

Academic records for Mildred Genevieve (White) McKim (Class of 1922) and Marian Kathleen White (Class of 1928) graduates of Northeast Missouri State Teachers College (NMSTC, now Truman State University); collection also includes Mildred's album of school and family photos.

Dates: bulk 1918-1928.

Willard Family Diary, Scrapbooks and Photo Album

Identifier: MS W6
Scope and Contents Civil War diary of Lewis A. Willard, who settled in Kirksville, Missouri, and scrapbooks about his son Arthur Lee Willard, a Vice Admiral in the U.S. Navy. Lewis' daughter and Arthur's half sister, Louise Willard, was married to P.O. Selby, who curated six scrapbooks with ephemera from Vice Admiral Willard's life, including his graduation certificates, articles about his military success, and letters between him and his father, along with other family and friends. Lewis A. Willard fought...
Dates: 1861-1935