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1. Blue Springs-Tapawingo Garden Club Buys Historic Site Blue Springs-Tapawingo Garden Club Buys Historic Site November//1960 Article about the purchase of the site of an 1850 Blue Springs mill using the "spring water to grind wheat and corn." Also history of the town of Blue Springs from 1838.

2. Business Is Sound at the Core: Much Corn for Export in Southwest Business Is Sound at the Core: Much Corn for Export in Southwest September//1903 Photo of the laying of a corner stone for "a masonic temple, Kansas City, July 25, 1903."

3. In the Stills of the Night In the Stills of the Night February//1980 Story of moonshiners and murders associated with informers on their hidden stashes of corn whiskey in the Missouri "River Bottoms" during 1920s Prohibition.

4. Listers and Cultivators Listers and Cultivators January, 1902 Report on the Western Manufacturing Company, maker of corn cultivators and other farming machinery. Includes interior photos of the wood and iron working departments inside the factory.

5. Missouri: Doesn't Want to Be Shown--These United States--XL Missouri: Doesn't Want to Be Shown--These United States--XL October/17/1923 Article providing a broad description of the "self-contained" culture of the state of Missouri, including general topics of geography (mixture of North, South, East, and West), population and ethnic groups...

6. New Cereal Mill New Cereal Mill May 1899 Located in the East Bottoms at Nicholson and Rochester streets, the Sherman-Wifley Cereal Company produces corn meal, corn chops, rye flour, and pearl barley. C. K. Sherman is president of the company....

7. Scenic Missouri: Greer Spring Scenic Missouri: Greer Spring Fall//1989 History of Greer Spring in Oregon County, Missouri, and its successive mills. The first mill started in 1859 and was operated by Civil War Captain Samuel Greer and grinding corn, ginning cotton, and sawing...