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Magazine Article (6)

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December 1923 (2)
December 1922 (2)
October 31921 (1)
October/3/1921 (1)

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Genealogy (2)
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1. A Tribute to Mrs. William Rockhill Nelson A Tribute to Mrs. William Rockhill Nelson December 1922 Speech given by J. C. Nichols before the Missouri Valley Historical Society about the contributions of Ida Houston Nelson, or Ida Nelson (Mrs. William Rockhill Nelson) and the need to honor her memory...

2. Colonel John Conover, 1835-1914 Colonel John Conover, 1835-1914 December 1923 Photo and biographical article about Colonel John Conover (1835-1914), president of the Missouri Valley Historical Society and co-executive with Colonel John F. Richards of the Richards & Conover Hardware...

3. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October 3, 1921 Mention of the residences near 4th and Locust Streets of the late "Dr. G. W. Tindall and John Evans."

4. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Two paragraphs of biography about Dr. William Campbell (1855-1919), former president of the Missouri Valley Historical Society and "the son of John Campbell, one of the city's most famed pioneers and his...

5. John Barber White, 1847-1923 [and] John Barber White John Barber White, 1847-1923 [and] John Barber White December 1923 Photos (of White), illustration (of plans for a home for the Missouri Valley Historical Society by White in 1916), and biographical article about John Barber White, or John White (1847-1923), "late President...

6. White White December 1922 Illustration (of the White family coat of arms) and article about the genealogy of the family of John Barber White, or John White, "president of the Missouri Valley Historical Society."