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1. Deaths: Joseph A. Mossie Deaths: Joseph A. Mossie July/16/1974 Obituary for Joseph Mossie, "83, founder of the Mossie Alarm Service Company, 1049 Central" Street, dying in 1974. Native of Lebanon, Missouri, coming to Kansas City about 1900 and in 1916 inventing "a...

2. Free to Roam in Art: Ozark Invalid, 70, Adept at Capturing Mountain Color Free to Roam in Art: Ozark Invalid, 70, Adept at Capturing Mountain Color January/11/1955 Photo and biographical article about Jim Lynly, a 70-year-old partially-paralyzed painter of Ozarks water color landscapes in Lebanon, Missouri.

3. Hectic Career Led Early Missourian to a Governorship at the Age of 26 Hectic Career Led Early Missourian to a Governorship at the Age of 26 September/32/1952 File containing a portrait and biographical article about Henry Clay Warmoth, or Henry Warmoth (1842-1931), "swashbuckling Civil War soldier of Missouri, who became a lawyer at the age of 17, a lieutenant...

4. Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri Historical Memoirs: Containing a Brief History of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Missouri //1874 Chapter of the book about Reverend Archibald McCorkle (1795-1870), a Presbyterian minister in New Lebanon, Missouri, and a native of South Carolina coming to Cooper County, Missouri in 1819.

5. Lebanon, Missouri Lebanon, Missouri

6. Made in Missouri: Barrels of Fun Made in Missouri: Barrels of Fun August-September//1999 Article about the "[w]orld's largest barrel manufacturer" in Lebanon, Missouri, and its tourist attractions of wine tastings, museum, and "Barrels of Fun" gift shop.

7. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of Phil Donnelly, Sr., "a member of the Missouri state senate" and "one of the leading attorneys of Laclede county," Missouri, born in Lebanon, Missouri, in 1891, the son of Phil Donnelly,...

8. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 One paragraph of biography about Thomas Rubey (1862-1928), "a representative from Missouri" and native of Lebanon, Missouri becoming a Missouri state senator and lieutenant governor of Missouri.

9. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 One paragraph of biography about Frank Farris, a state senator and then state representative of Missouri, born in Lebanon, Missouri, in 1867.

10. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical description of Phil Donnelly, state senator of Missouri, in an entry for his father, Phil Donnelly, Sr., postmaster of Lebanon, Missouri.

11. Missouri Governor: Both Candidates Come from Lebanon Missouri Governor: Both Candidates Come from Lebanon November/6/1944 Article about the two main candidates for Missouri Governor, Phil M. Donnelly and Jean Paul Bradshaw, both from Lebanon, Missouri, and "legal and political rivals" in Laclede County for two often opposing...

12. On the Phone: Country Party Lines and One Woman Switchboards On the Phone: Country Party Lines and One Woman Switchboards Fall//1980 Anecdote about an orphan train from New York bringing children to Lebanon, Missouri.

13. The Gifts of Lanford Wilson The Gifts of Lanford Wilson September/8/1985 Photos and biographical article about Lanford Wilson, a 48-year-old native of Missouri and "one of the nation's foremost playwrights" living in New York City. Born in Lebanon, Missouri and raised in Springfield,...

14. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Biographical sketch of John Wright Wilson, or John Wilson, a grain elevator operator and builder in Lebanon, Missouri since about 1875, born in England in 1852.

15. White Oak for White Lightning White Oak for White Lightning January-February//1982 Article about "the Independent Stave Company in Lebanon, Missouri--the largest 'independent' barrel producer in the country," especially of whiskey barrels from local white oak trees, with photos.