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1. Lawrence Jones Lawrence Jones File containing photos and information on Lawrence Jones, a Mississippi school president and native of Saint Joseph, Missouri, appearing as the subject of "Ralph Edwards' 'This Is Your Life' television...

2. Patee House Hotel Patee House Hotel

3. Patee House Museum Patee House Museum Photos and information on the Patee House Museum, housed in the 1860 Pony Express headquarters building in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

4. Pony Express Pony Express

5. Pony Express Museum Pony Express Museum Information about the Pony Express Museum in Saint Joseph.

6. Rawlings Family Genealogy Rawlings Family Genealogy File contains a booklet (1904) with photos and information about the military and civil career of Thomas Rawlings, a Union Civil War veteran born in Pennsylvania in 1840 and after the war serving as a...

7. Robidoux Family Robidoux Family Information on Antoine Robidoux (1794-1860), a fur trader "called 'the knight of the Colorado river fur trade.'" Brother of Louis Robidoux (1796-1868) and Joseph Robidoux (1783-1868) becoming a Santa Fe...

8. Robidoux Family Robidoux Family Illustration and information on Joseph Robidoux (1783-1868), a prominent western fur trader, founder of Saint Joseph, Missouri about 1826, and brother of Antoine Robidoux and Louis Robidoux, et al. Son...

9. Saint Joseph Museum Saint Joseph Museum Photos and information on the Saint Joseph Museum, opened in 1927 in Saint Joseph, Missouri and renovated in 1993.

10. Saint Joseph, Missouri Saint Joseph, Missouri File contains references to the loess hills in Saint Joseph, hills formed of a specific wind-blown soil type associated with glaciers.