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61. Missouri State Penitentiary Missouri State Penitentiary 1964 Unidentified men and and women at luncheon held in conjunction with a South Central Business Association visit to the Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City, Missouri.

62. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photos and captions about the 1845 and 1924 Capitol Buildings, the 1872 Executive Mansion, the 1842 Price Mansion, the 1926 First National Bank, and the 1925 First Baptist Church--all in Jefferson City,...

63. Missouri's Mansion Missouri's Mansion January-February//1976 Article about the history and architecture of the Executive Mansion for the Governor of Missouri in Jefferson City, built in 1872 and in the process of renovation, with large photos of the exterior and...

64. Missouri's Masterpiece: Our Governor's Home Missouri's Masterpiece: Our Governor's Home 1990 Presents the history of the Missouri governor's mansion in Jefferson City.

65. Missouri: Its Resources, People, and Institutions Missouri: Its Resources, People, and Institutions 1950 One paragraph about the architecture of the Missouri state Capitol building at Jefferson City, started in 1915, finished in 1923. It was designed by architects Tracy & Swartout.

66. Missouri: Special Limited Supplement Missouri: Special Limited Supplement 1930 Photo and bio of Jacob Moerschel (1848-1918), a native of Germany, a brewer in the Saint Louis area after the Civil War, and after 1907 a brewer and builder in Jefferson City, Missouri. Description of...

67. More Odd & Peculiar--Unusual Town Names in All Fifty States More Odd & Peculiar--Unusual Town Names in All Fifty States 1999 Two pages about the origin and history of the names of Jefferson City and its three capitol buildings, the state of Missouri and its "Show Me State" slogan, and small towns and ghost towns in Missouri,...

68. Mother and Teacher as Missouri State Penitentiary Inmates: Goldman and O'Hare, 1917-1920 Mother and Teacher as Missouri State Penitentiary Inmates: Goldman and O'Hare, 1917-1920 1991 Photos and biographical article about Kate O'Hare ("a well-known socialist") and Emma Goldman ("a famous anarchist"), fellow inmates at the Missouri State Penitentiary (at the time "the United States'...

69. Obituary Obituary December 1951 Obituary for George Siemens, an architect and "partner with Walter C. Root in the firm of Root & Siemens." Native of Jefferson City, Missouri raised in Saint Joseph before coming to Kansas City as "primarily...

70. Obituary for Ruth E. Stocksdale Obituary for Ruth E. Stocksdale March 21, 2009 Ruth E. Stocksdale was born October 22, 1924, in St. Louis, Missouri, and died March 19, 2009, at Jefferson City, Missouri. Stocksdale was officer and board chairman of the Commercial Bank in Liberty,...

71. Political History of Jackson County: Biographical Sketches of Men Who Have Helped to Make It Political History of Jackson County: Biographical Sketches of Men Who Have Helped to Make It 1902 Photo and bio of J. Ray Samuel, former "chief clerk in the department of streets for Kansas City." Born in Jefferson City, Missouri in 1861 and coming to Kansas City in 1885 as a realtor and in 1900 co-organizing...

72. Politics, Punishment, and Profit: Convict Labor in the Missouri State Penitentiary, 1875-1900 Politics, Punishment, and Profit: Convict Labor in the Missouri State Penitentiary, 1875-1900 Summer//1992 Article about the labor system at the Jefferson City state prison in the late 1800s, designed to be self-supporting through manufacturing work by the prisoners, with illustrations and photos.

73. Ray F. French Ray F. French ca1963 Portrait of Ray F. French, Superintendent, Algoa Intermediate Reformatory for Young Men at Jefferson City, Missouri. He spoke at the February 19, 1963 luncheon meeting.

74. Report of the Capitol Decoration Commission, 1917-1928 Report of the Capitol Decoration Commission, 1917-1928 1928 One paragraph on the selection of architects for the Missouri state Capitol Building in Jefferson City. Selected were Tracy & Swarthout of New York City.

75. Root & Siemens Architectural Firm Root & Siemens Architectural Firm File contains photos, illustrations, and information on the Root & Siemens architectural firm of Kansas City including its partners Walter Root and George Siemens (ca. 1864-1951). Siemens, a native of...

76. SC15-1 James J. Akard Papers Finding Aid SC15-1 James J. Akard Papers Finding Aid 1861-1917 (bulk 1861-1865) James J. Akard was born July 7, 1838, in Polk County, Missouri. He was captain of Company A, Eighth Missouri State Militia Cavalry during the Civil War. After the war he was elected to the state legislature...

77. Semi-Centennial Memorial, 1834-1884: Missouri Baptist General Association Semi-Centennial Memorial, 1834-1884: Missouri Baptist General Association //1885 Description of early Missouri newspapers in the 1830s, at the time published only in Saint Louis, Jefferson City ("Jeffersonian Republican"), and Fayette ("Boonslick Democrat").

78. Spanish American War Soldiers Spanish American War Soldiers 05/05/1898 Group portrait of Governor's Guards, Company L, 2nd Regiment Missouri Volunteers, in uniform, at Jefferson City, Missouri.

79. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Henry Dulle, "president of the G. H. Dulle Milling Company, and president of the First National Bank," born in Jefferson City in 1848 and becoming a local judge and inheritor of...

80. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Henry Lamm, a Missouri State Supreme Court judge in Jefferson City, Missouri, born in Sedalia, Missouri, in 1846.