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1. 'Organ Crawl' And Open House at Six St. Joseph Churches 'Organ Crawl' And Open House at Six St. Joseph Churches Fall 1998 Article on tour by American Guild of Orgnists provides brief descriptions of six St. Joseph churches.

2. A Last Hurrah for Josiah Moss A Last Hurrah for Josiah Moss September 1, 1974 Photo and article about the Josiah Moss mansion in Saint Joseph, Missouri, built in 1891 on Sylvanie Street with an "authentic roof garden" and restored in 1974 by his grandson, Preston Moss.

3. Approved--Horse & Rider for Pony Express Stamp [Intrepid, Courageous, and Brave--100 Fearless Riders] Approved--Horse & Rider for Pony Express Stamp [Intrepid, Courageous, and Brave--100 Fearless Riders] February 1960 Article commemorating the Pony Express and its centennial postage stamp, with illustration.

4. Bank of the State of Missouri Bank of the State of Missouri Sign above building reads Missouri Valley Trust Co. The bank building was built in July 1859. "Steamboat captains, slave owners, overland freighters, confederate and union soldiers have done business here....

5. Birthplace of the Pony Express Birthplace of the Pony Express Full frontal and side view of building where Pony Express began; located in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

6. Blazing a Trail to Oregon: Jumping-Off at St. Joe Blazing a Trail to Oregon: Jumping-Off at St. Joe Autumn//1991 Article about the travels of Cornelius "Neal" Gilliam and his parties on the section of the Oregon Trail from Saint Joseph, Missouri, to central Kansas in the 1840s, with illustrations and maps.

7. Brief History of the Pony Express: How It Originated and the Purpose It Served during Its Brief Existence Brief History of the Pony Express: How It Originated and the Purpose It Served during Its Brief Existence April/2/1913 File contains an article about the Pony Express's origins and overland communication purposes.

8. Buchanan County, Missouri Buchanan County, Missouri n.d. Land ownership map of Buchanan County, Missouri, showing highways, paved and graveled roads, civil and political TWP lines, railroads, schools, churches, cemeteries, and streams. Includes the townships...

9. Dearborn Quadrangle Dearborn Quadrangle 1927 (1942 reprint) Topographical map of an area of southwest Buchanan County, Missouri and northwest Platte County, Missouri. Map features south portion of St. Joseph, Missouri and town of Dearborn, Missouri, as well as...

10. Festivals Celebrate Coleman Hawkins' 100th Birthday Festivals Celebrate Coleman Hawkins' 100th Birthday June/July, 2004 Article describes the career of jazz saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. In 2004, both Topeka, Kansas and St. Joseph, Missouri staged music festivals to honor the 100th anniversary of Hawkin's birth.

11. Following Jesse James Following Jesse James October, 2004 Article describes a series of geographic locations associated with the life and death of Jesse James. Landmarks in Independence, Liberty, St. Joseph, and Kearney, Missouri are among the subjects of the...

12. From Ur of the Chaldees--to Old Saint Jo From Ur of the Chaldees--to Old Saint Jo Summer//1955 History of the Jewish people from the ancient city of Ur in about 3300 B.C.E. to the present day in Saint Joseph, Missouri, arriving in Saint Joseph in about 1849, with illustrations and photos, including...

13. George Belt George Belt 1878 Biographical sketch of George Belt, a prominent general businessman and city and county official in Weston, Missouri, in Platte County, starting in 1840, as well as in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

14. Goetz Brewery Goetz Brewery 1920 Distant view of office and brewery located in Saint Joseph, Missouri..

15. Goetz Brewery Goetz Brewery Distant view of office and brewery located in Saint Joseph, Missouri..

16. Growth Market: St. Joseph Jockeys for Position Growth Market: St. Joseph Jockeys for Position January//1981 Article about the attraction of new businesses and industries to Saint Joseph, Missouri, "[s]purred by the demise of its meat packing industry," with photos. Discussion about the city's various potential...

17. Guymons Band Guymons Band n.d. Group shot of Guymons Band from Saint Joseph, Missouri, with their instruments in an outdoor band stand. Handwritten on the front in pencil under the third from left is "Uncle Mike."

18. Guymons Band Guymons Band Unknown Group photograph of Guymons Band from Saint Joseph, Missouri, in a field. Handwritten on the back in pencil: "Michael A. Ingino, 2nd row, 4th from left," and in a different handwriting, "Uncle Mike, 2nd...

19. Home Rule Charter Movements in Missouri with Special Reference to Kansas City Home Rule Charter Movements in Missouri with Special Reference to Kansas City January//1906 Discussion on the origin of the Kansas City charter of 1853, modeled after that of Saint Joseph, Missouri.

20. How Many Miles from St. Jo? The Log of Sterling B. F. Clark, a Forty-niner How Many Miles from St. Jo? The Log of Sterling B. F. Clark, a Forty-niner 1929 Booklet about the trip by 49er Sterling B. F. Clark from Saint Joseph to California with "a brief autobiography of James Phelan, 1819-1892, pioneer merchant.