Missouri Valley Special Collections
Advanced Search | Help | My Favorites
All Images Local History Index  
Search results for: 210 item(s) for: "Saint Joseph, Missouri"
Search current collection(s) again
Refine your search
Subject
Saint Joseph, Missour... (97)
Pony Express (17)
Explorers (14)
Robidoux, Joseph (13)
Robidoux Family (12)
Show more...

Type
Book (82)
Magazine Article (58)
Newspaper Article (29)
Vertical File (10)
Photograph, B/w (7)
Show more...

Date
//1878 (19)
1928 (14)
1906 (11)
1935 (9)
1901 (8)
Show more...

Creator
John Albury Bryan (14)
M L Van Nada (10)
Bartlett Boder (9)
William Rufus Jackson (8)
Howard L Conard (8)
Show more...

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

161. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Huston Wyeth, a "hardware merchant and manufacturer" of Saint Joseph, Missouri born there in 1863.

162. The Commonwealth of Missouri; A Centennial Record The Commonwealth of Missouri; A Centennial Record //1877 Portrait of George Samuel, presumably a citizen of Saint Joseph, Missouri.

163. The Genealogy & History of the White Cloud Family The Genealogy & History of the White Cloud Family Spring//1952 Photos, portraits, and biographical article about various members of the White Cloud family of Iowa Indians of the Saint Joseph, Missouri area since their emigration to the area in the 1700s and including...

164. The Half Not Told: The Civil War In a Frontier Town The Half Not Told: The Civil War In a Frontier Town 2001 This book concerns the city of Saint Joseph, Missouri during the Civil War. It contains several pages relating to Odon Guitar and his involvement as commander there during the war. Includes his photograph...

165. The Hat That Won the West The Hat That Won the West February/29/1976 Article about the Western associations in the history of the John B. Stetson Company, the most prominent cowboy hat maker in the world, founded by Stetson. The first hats were sold in 1860 in Saint Joseph,...

166. The Interurban Railroad was a Marvel in Early 20th Century Platte County The Interurban Railroad was a Marvel in Early 20th Century Platte County May - August 2006 History of the Interurban Railroad and its importance to Platte and Clay Counties. Article discusses construction and operation of the railway and lists stops on both St. Joseph and Excelsior Springs routes....

167. The James Tracy Collection of Photographs of St. Joseph Pioneers of Civil War Days The James Tracy Collection of Photographs of St. Joseph Pioneers of Civil War Days Spring//1955 Reproductions of 32 photos taken before 1870 with biographical sketches of their subjects, mostly Civil War veterans and state government officials and some members of the Robidoux family.

168. The Kempers of Kansas City The Kempers of Kansas City April//1967 Photos and biographical article about the Kemper family of bankers in Kansas City, "sit[ting] atop the small but well-fortified structure of Kansas City's conservative establishment." Description of patriarch...

169. The Mansions of St. Joseph: A Story of How Three Mansions Were Restored The Mansions of St. Joseph: A Story of How Three Mansions Were Restored August 2002 Photographs and story about the restoration of these three homes in Saint Joseph: Museum Hill Bed and Breakfast, Miller (Bloss) Mansion, and the Dobler (Mcoyo) Mansion. End of article also contains a Saint...

170. The Military Career of James Craig The Military Career of James Craig October-July//1971-1972 Article about the military career of James Craig, focusing on the defense of the Pony Express and communication lines to the "Far West" from "Bloody Bill" Anderson and other Bushwhackers before and during...

171. The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West 1971 Photos (of Joseph III, his son Joseph IV, and Joseph III's place of death in Saint Joseph) and chapter of the book about Joseph Robidoux III (1783-1868), "the proprietor of the trading post at Black Snake...

172. The Narrative of John Doy, of Lawrence, Kansas: "A Plain, Unvarnished Tale" The Narrative of John Doy, of Lawrence, Kansas: "A Plain, Unvarnished Tale" //1860 Chapter of the book about experiences on the way to a prison for Unionists in Saint Joseph during the border warfare in 1860 just prior to the Civil War.

173. The Politics of Pollution The Politics of Pollution March/30/1961 Article discussing the pollution of the Missouri River and needs for federal regulation of water pollution in general, but especially of the severe pollution created at Saint Joseph, Missouri, and the...

174. The Pony Express Mystery. .. The Pony Express Mystery. .. Winter//1951 Article speculating on the identity of the first Pony Express rider, supposedly either Billy Richardson or Johnny Frye, in 1860.

175. The Pony Express Rides Again The Pony Express Rides Again Winter//1959 Photos, illustrations, tables, map, reprinted newspaper columns, and article about the Pony Express freighting operation from Saint Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California in 1860, run by the Russell,...

176. The Press Quarterly Press Biographies Compiled for Newspaper Reference: An Encyclopaedia of the Representative The Press Quarterly Press Biographies Compiled for Newspaper Reference: An Encyclopaedia of the Representative Men of the West July//1907 Biographical sketch of Frank Moss, president of the American Sash & Door Company at 16th and Bellefontaine Streets. Born in Wisconsin in 1863 and moving to Saint Joseph, Missouri, in 1892 and then to Kansas...

177. The Romance of the Pony Express The Romance of the Pony Express August//1923 File contains an article about the Pony Express celebration in 1923 and listing some of its riders.

178. The Thriving Communities of St. Joseph, Missouri The Thriving Communities of St. Joseph, Missouri March 1, 2005 The magazine's regional publication section features the community of St. Joseph, Missouri. It includes the St. Joseph Area Economic Development Report, 2005-2006. Articles feature various aspects of Buchanan...

179. The Thriving Communities of the St. Joseph Area Including the St. Joseph Economic Developoment Report The Thriving Communities of the St. Joseph Area Including the St. Joseph Economic Developoment Report February//2003 This section of the magazine features St. Joseph, Missouri. It gives highlights of the community including its location, industry, education, downtown and riverfront areas, etc. Included is the Economic...

180. 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 Dr. William Leach, a Saint Joseph, Missouri, physician born in New York in 1828.