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201. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the "Mullanphy Home for Emigrants, St. Louis, [b]uilt in 1867. ..[l]ater leased to the School Board for the Douglas School."

202. The City of Saint Louis and Its Resources The City of Saint Louis and Its Resources 1893 Photo of the "St. Louis Exposition Building."

203. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the Busch Mausoleum, Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis; [e]rected in 1921."

204. Hale's Fire Fighters Hale's Fire Fighters October 1975 Photo of the firefighters' home base at the World's Fair in Saint Louis, Missouri.

205. The Fate of Steamboats: A Case Study of the 1848 St. Louis Fleet The Fate of Steamboats: A Case Study of the 1848 St. Louis Fleet October 2001 Photo, illustrations, and article about the fate of steamboats on the Mississippi River, Ohio River, and Missouri River in the early to middle 19th century, concentrating on the 1848 fleet of steamboats...

206. From St. Louis to the Sea: On the Road with the Butterfield Overland Mail From St. Louis to the Sea: On the Road with the Butterfield Overland Mail December 2001 Photo, map, illustrations, and article about the Oxbow Route from Saint Louis, Missouri to San Francisco "through as much slave territory as possible" by the "Butterfield Overland Mail, a wildly ambitious...

207. Francois Chouteau Francois Chouteau Photocopied papers of Francois and Berenice Chouteau from the Missouri Historical Society in Saint Louis, Missouri.

208. Portrait of the Old West Portrait of the Old West 1952 Photos (copies of paintings) and chapter of the book about Carl Frederick Wimar (here called "Charles Wimar"), or Carl Wimar (1828-1862), a painter and explorer of western scenes such as Indians and buffaloes,...

209. Missouri Moments Missouri Moments May//1939 Photos and article about tourist sites in Missouri for the "1939 Biennial Convention of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs in Kansas City. Descriptions and histories of...

210. Current and Coming: Carl Wimar, Artist of the American Frontier Current and Coming: Carl Wimar, Artist of the American Frontier June//1991 Photos and biographical article about Carl Wimar (1828-1862), an artist of the scenes along the Missouri River in the 19th century. Native of Germany emigrating to Saint Louis, Missouri and painting murals...

211. Carl Wimar: A Muralist of Civic Ambitions Carl Wimar: A Muralist of Civic Ambitions Spring//1991 Photos and biographical article about Carl Wimar (1828-1862), western explorer and painter, native of Germany, and muralist of the dome of the old courthouse of Saint Louis, Missouri, depicting the city's...

212. The Legacy of Henry Shaw The Legacy of Henry Shaw Fall 1973 Photos and biographical article about Henry Shaw (1800-1889), founder of the Missouri Botanical Garden in Saint Louis, Missouri. Native of England emigrating to Saint Louis "in 1819 as an enterprising...

213. Through Dungeons Dark: The Story of Kate Richards O'Hare Through Dungeons Dark: The Story of Kate Richards O'Hare Spring//1993 Photos and biographical article about Kate Richards O'Hare, or Kate O'Hare (1876-1948), "a prominent columnist for various radical newspapers, and a national leader of the Socialist Party of America,"...

214. Kate Richards O'Hare: Progression toward Feminism Kate Richards O'Hare: Progression toward Feminism Winter//1984-1985 Photos and biographical article about Kate Richards O'Hare, or Kate O'Hare (1876-1948), a Socialist Party leader born in Ottawa County, Kansas and writing anti-war and pro-feminist articles in radical...

215. That Awful Perkins Boy That Awful Perkins Boy September-October//1978 Photos and biographical article about Marlin Perkins, 72-year-old (in 1978) host of the "Wild Kingdom" television show and a native of Carthage, Missouri, and resident of a Saint Louis, Missouri, suburb....

216. Dance of Discipline: Richard Martin Taps the Heritage of the St. Louis Riverfront Dance of Discipline: Richard Martin Taps the Heritage of the St. Louis Riverfront Winter//1995 Photos and biogrpahical article about Richard Martin, a 66-year-old black dance instructor and native of Saint Louis, Missouri, and the nephew of "Josephine Baker, who took Paris music halls by storm in...

217. The Wave of Reform The Wave of Reform October//1905 Photos and descriptions of Edward Hoch, governor of Kansas, Joseph Folk, governor of Missouri, and Ethan Allen Hitchcock, or Ethan Hitchcock, "secretary of the interior in President Roosevelt's cabinet,...

218. The City of Saint Louis and Its Resources The City of Saint Louis and Its Resources 1893 Photos and text about the the F. A. Drew Glass Company, at 12th and Saint Charles Streets in Saint Louis, Missouri.

219. History of Lafayette County, Missouri History of Lafayette County, Missouri //1881 Photos of Kansas City from a bird's eye view, in a book as a whole about the history of townships, cities, towns, and villages of Missouri.

220. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photos of the "Catholic Cathedral at Second and Walnut Streets in Saint Souis [sic], as it appeared in 1835," built in 1834 and designed by Morton & Laveille, architects.