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1. Archives Continue to Grow Archives Continue to Grow March//1963 One paragraph about the Withers collection acquired by the Jackson County Historical Society.

2. Archives Continue to Grow Archives Continue to Grow March//1963 Report on the "progress of the Archives" of the Jackson County Historical Society, including extensive Jackson County cemetery records.

3. At the Archives At the Archives March 1965 News of the acquisition of the Samuel Letters collection from Barry, Missouri, by the Jackson County Historical Society.

4. Dr. Philip Brooks Retiring: Society Will Miss His Professional Help Dr. Philip Brooks Retiring: Society Will Miss His Professional Help Fall//1971 Photo and bio of Dr. Philip Brooks, a retiring vice-president of the Jackson County Historical Society since 1960 and director of the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library since its opening in 1957, describing...

5. Family's Papers Are in Archives Family's Papers Are in Archives Spring//1967 Two paragraphs about the Botts family collection in the archives of the Jackson County Historical Society and a letter from Justine Botts Selvey.

6. From the Archives From the Archives March 1964 One paragraph about the acquisition of the Schorer collection for the Jackson County Historical Society archives.

7. Historical Society Faces Challenges of Promoting and Preserving Her Story Historical Society Faces Challenges of Promoting and Preserving Her Story Autumn//2001 At the insistance of Jane Flynn and Barbara Potts, the Jackson County Historical Society began an effort to collect and preserve information about women. The Society today has 68 significant collections...

8. Jackson County Historical Society Department of Archives Jackson County Historical Society Department of Archives November/1/1961 Article about the materials at the archives of the Jackson County Historical Society, with information on the Botts family of Blue Springs, Missouri, James Hambright of Sibley, Missouri, Governor Willard...

9. Moving Time for Archives: New Research Rooms in Old Courthouse to Have Library Atmosphere Moving Time for Archives: New Research Rooms in Old Courthouse to Have Library Atmosphere October 1972 Article about the transfer of the location of the Jackson County Historical Society's archives from their 14-year stay at the Truman Library to a more permanent home in the Jackson County Courthouse on...

10. New Acquisitions for the Archives New Acquisitions for the Archives July//1963 Description of a letter written by General Alexander W. Doniphan in 1884 in "the Watkins Mill collection" of new acquisitions by the Jackson County Historical Society.

11. Report from the Archives Report from the Archives October//1962 One paragraph about the acquisition by Adrienne Christopher of the "unpublished journal of Mamie Bernard Aguirre, or Mamie Aguirre, the lovely Westport belle who married handsome Epifanio Aguirre in 1862,"...

12. Report from the Archives, 1966 Report from the Archives, 1966 Spring//1967 Mention of the transcription of "the Diary of George Buchanan, 1838," at the archives of the Jackson County Historical Society.

13. Society Archives into Old Courthouse Soon Society Archives into Old Courthouse Soon June 1972 News of the upcoming move to the Independence Square Courthouse of the Jackson County Historical Society archives from the Truman Library.

14. Society Archives Open to All Interested Persons Society Archives Open to All Interested Persons Spring//1968 One paragraph about the new "Waggoner-Gates Mill Collections" at the archives of the Jackson County Historical Society. Also description of the acquisition of the "Albert Schoenberg Collection," papers...