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141. Sculptors Who Stayed Sculptors Who Stayed September/16-22/1999 Review of group sculpture show at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

142. Sojourn into History: Colorful Fur Trader Helped Found St. Joseph Sojourn into History: Colorful Fur Trader Helped Found St. Joseph January/12/1978 Article about the sites on the National Register of Historic Places in Saint Joseph, Missouri, with some history of the city, founded by fur trader Joseph Robidoux (1783-1868), and illustrations and photos...

143. Soldiers, Orphans, and Widows, Home and Hospital Soldiers, Orphans, and Widows, Home and Hospital circa 1866 At the bottom left in a box, "Soldiers Orphans and Widows/Home--and Hospital,/St. Joseph Missouri." On the righthand side at the bottom in the same type of box, "J. A. Storm and W. Angelo Powell/Architects...

144. St. Joseph North Quadrangle St. Joseph North Quadrangle 1971 Topographical map of northwestern Buchanan County, Missouri and southern Andrew County, Missouri, including part of eastern Doniphan County, Kansas. The city of St. Joseph, Missouri and the Missouri River...

145. St. Joseph Sports the Historic Stetson Now St. Joseph Sports the Historic Stetson Now August/26/1971 Article about the move of the John B. Stetson hat company from its original Philadelphia headquarters to Saint Joseph, Missouri, founded in the 1860s, with history and photos.

146. St. Joseph, Jumping-Off Place St. Joseph, Jumping-Off Place Summer 2006 St. Joseph, Missouri "had advantages over Independence as it was closer to the Platte and could be reached by steamboat in two days instead of the two weeks or more needed to go overland by ox team. It...

147. St. Joseph, Missouri St. Joseph, Missouri N.d. Folder contains a one page preliminary report to the Wathena Portland Cement Co., in Wathena, Kansas. The report contains concrete statistics. On the reverse side is found the words, written by Eugene...

148. St. Joseph, MO - Lover's Lane St. Joseph, MO - Lover's Lane Postcard of Lover's Lane, Saint Joseph, MO

149. St. Joseph, the Electric City St. Joseph, the Electric City ca. 1889 Detailed map of St. Joseph, Missouri, including a description of the "town's advantages" with statistics and information about population, railways, jobbing center, banks, public improvements, the Great...

150. Steamboats. .. Steamboats. .. Winter//1952 History of early steamboats on the Missouri River, concentrating on those in Saint Joseph, with a large illustration.

151. Surprising St. Joseph: The Appeal of This Historic Missouri City Goes Far beyond Tales of the Old West Surprising St. Joseph: The Appeal of This Historic Missouri City Goes Far beyond Tales of the Old West June 2001 Photos and article about the tourist attractions of the city of Saint Joseph, Missouri other than Old West-related sites, such as the city's park and boulevard system, museums, and bed and breakfasts,...

152. Tarnished Monument Stands as a Reminder of 'Big Jim' Tarnished Monument Stands as a Reminder of 'Big Jim' Feburary 11, 1987 Biographical article about James Pendergast, early political boss of the West Bottoms as First Ward Alderman and older brother of Tom Pendergast. Jim Pendergast was a native of Saint Joseph, Missouri coming...

153. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of William James, "formerly judge of Circuit Court No. 2, of Buchanan county," born in Delaware in 1852 and moving to Saint Joseph, Missouri, in 1878 as a lawyer and graduate of Yale...

154. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Rudolph Heim, "a well-known architect of St. Joseph," who was born in Germany in 1874 and emigrated to Saint Joseph, Missouri, in 1888. He became an architect in 1897, with his work...

155. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Harry Hundley, "one of the leading merchants and prominent citizens of St. Joseph," who was born in 1868 and grew up in Saint Joseph, Missouri, becoming "senior partner of the great...

156. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Richard Turner, a wholesale merchant of Saint Joseph, Missouri since 1864, born in Virginia in 1830 and raised in Missouri.

157. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Oliver Spencer, "general solicitor of the Burlington Railroad System in Missouri." Born in Buchanan County, Missouri in 1849 and operating in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

158. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of William Spratt, "mayor of St. Joseph, Mo." Born in Lexington, Missouri in 1867 and moving to Saint Joseph, Missouri.

159. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Dr. Charles Woodson, "superintendent of State Hospital No. 2" in Saint Joseph, Missouri. Born in Kentucky in 1848 and raised in Lafayette County and then Buchanan County, Missouri...

160. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Charles Pfeiffer, "president of the Pfeiffer Stone Company" in Saint Joseph, Missouri, born in Germany in 1844.