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1. A Journey to Missouri in 1822 A Journey to Missouri in 1822 October/3/1921 Description of the overland journey of the family of William Chick, including his son, the author, from Virginia to Missouri in 1822 by wagon, being flooded out in 1826 on the Missouri River near Glasgow,...

2. A Sensation in Society: Miss Berenice Scarritt and W. E. Royster Marry at Glasgow A Sensation in Society: Miss Berenice Scarritt and W. E. Royster Marry at Glasgow August/21/1897 File containing a photocopy of an article about the wedding of Miss Berenice Scarritt to William Royster, "the Kansas City agent of the Mobile & Ohio railroad here." Description of their elopement made...

3. Captain William Swinney Captain William Swinney 1878 Biographical sketch of Captain William Swinney (1797-1863), "one of the early pioneers of Missouri." Native of Virginia moving to Monticello, Missouri in 1832 and becoming a farmer near Glasgow, Missouri....

4. Carr W. Pritchett and the Civil War Era in Glasgow and Fayette Carr W. Pritchett and the Civil War Era in Glasgow and Fayette October 2008 Carr Pritchett founded Pritchett College in Glasgow, Missouri, and participated in the founding of Central College (later Central Methodist) in Fayette. Besides telling the story of Pritchett, this article...

5. Deaths: Leon T. Wahl Is Dead Deaths: Leon T. Wahl Is Dead September/14/1964 Photo and obituary for Leon Wahl, "77, a funeral director many years." Native of Glasgow, Missouri coming to Kansas City about 1909 as "manager of the Mrs. C. L. Foster funeral home from 1909 to 1959,...

6. Drug Store 111 Years Old Goes to Fourth Generation Drug Store 111 Years Old Goes to Fourth Generation August/3/1952 Photos and story about the store in Glasgow, Missouri, opened in 1841 as a log cabin business house by Osborne Henderson (coming to Missouri from Kentucky at the age of 20) and remaining in the family...

7. Glasgow Steel Bridge Glasgow Steel Bridge 1879 Photo of the Glasgow Bridge spanning the Missouri River at Glasgow, Missouri. People can been seen standing on the bridge, as well as along the railroad tracks below.

8. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of John Bowen, "of Bowen & Ruffel, editors and proprietors of the 'Central Missourian,'" a newspaper in Glasgow, Missouri, with a description of Bowen's career, moving at the age of...

9. History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of John Wachter, "gunsmith, and dealer in fire-arms, glassware, queensware, etc." in Howard County, Missouri. Born in Switzerland in 1833 and emigrating to Glasgow, Missouri in 1851....

10. Howard County History Howard County History File contains several articles and photos about the history of Howard County, Missouri, including articles by Hugh Hagius and John R. Hall.

11. Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men 1925 Photo and bio of James Nelson Russell, or James Russell, "President of the Russell Grain Company." Born in Glasgow, Missouri in 1881 and raised in Kansas City, joining his father's grain business in 1901...

12. Major Harris Writes Home, 1863 Major Harris Writes Home, 1863 June 1972 Biographical article about Major William Warren Harris, or Dr. William Harris (1834-1922), and his wife Nellie McCoy Harris, or Nellie Harris, with excerpted letters from him to her in 1863 during the...

13. Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work 1912 Photo and bio of George Billingsley Harrison, or George Harrison, "vice-president of the New England National Bank," born in Glasgow, Missouri, in 1870 and becoming a banker.

14. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary 1902 Photo and bio of George Harrison, Jr., assistant cashier of the New England National Bank and president of the Missouri Bankers' Association, born in Glasgow, Missouri, in 1870 and coming to Kansas City...

15. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the Benjamin Lewis Memorial Library at "Glasgow, Howard County," Missouri, built in 1866.

16. Mrs. Ernest Zechenter Mrs. Ernest Zechenter Photos, illustrations, and information on Monsignor Ernest Zechenter (ca. 1846-1927), second pastor of the Saint Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Kansas City. Native of Austria emigrating to Glasgow,...

17. Old Missouri Astronomer Recalled by Dropping of M. U. Astronomy Course Old Missouri Astronomer Recalled by Dropping of M. U. Astronomy Course August/19/1954 Article about the history of the Morrison Observatory at Glasgow, Missouri, an astronomical telescope built and operated by Carr Waller Pritchett, or Carr Pritchett, in 1874 with financing by Bernice Morrison....

18. Pathos in Her Romance: A Touching Bit of History in the Royster-Scarritt Wedding Pathos in Her Romance: A Touching Bit of History in the Royster-Scarritt Wedding August/22/1897 File containing a photocopy of an article about the wedding of Miss Berenice Scarritt to William Royster (both pictured), the Kansas City agent of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad. Description of their elopement...

19. Pioneer Bankers of Kansas City Pioneer Bankers of Kansas City 1928 Biographical sketch of Judge Edward Scarritt, "the eldest son of the late Rev. Nathan Scarritt" and a lawyer and banker with "the old Knasas City State Bank." Born in Jackson County in 1843 and coming...

20. Semi-Centennial, 1834-1884: Missouri Baptist General Association Semi-Centennial, 1834-1884: Missouri Baptist General Association //1885 Biographical sketch of Reverend Manly Breaker, a Baptist minister moving to Missouri from the Carolinas in the 1860s, preaching at Glasgow, Missouri, then Fayette, Missouri.