Ambrose, Henrietta, Papers, 1887-1999, (S0698) 166 Folders, 673 Photographs The Henrietta Ambrose Papers includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, awards, memorial service programs, scrapbook, graduation programs, meeting minutes, and photographs.
Adamson Family, Papers, 1848-1942, (C4238) 0.25 cubic feet (6 folders) The papers of the Adamson family contain Edmund James Adamson's business correspondence and records, including taxes, deeds, promissory notes, and receipts, family correspondence, and some family genealogy.Allan Family, Papers, 1890s-1940s, (CA6383) 0.7 cubic feet Papers of the Allan family of St. Allan, an engineer and inventor, and Ruby Allan Shea.Louis include photographs, correspondence, and miscellaneous papers. Allbritain, Caddie Bolton, Reminiscences, (C2090) 1 folder The papers contain an article about the William Bolton family of Jefferson City, Missouri, submitted to the Missouri Historical Review for publication.American Family Records Association (AFRA) Records, 1978-2004, (K0455) 8 cubic feet Organizational records of a national family genealogical society based in Kansas City. (1891-1973), Papers, 1905-1975, (C4046) 5.7 linear feet, 30 lantern slides The papers of E. Anderson, a plant geneticist who spent most of his career researching corn genetics, including studying the effects of high energy radiation on corn, mainly contain professional material.Includes meeting minutes, conference records, and financial materials. The collection largely consists of correspondence, research material, and publications.Allen-Derbius Papers, 1877-1888 (C0197) 1 folder Material from Monticello, Iowa.Two letters; 1885 farmer's diary; two promissory notes; receipts; two compositions; poem; and miscellaneous items.Alderson Family, Genealogical Collection, (CA6168) 3 linear feet Genealogical materials, including family group sheets, clippings, and photographs, of Alderson and affiliated families.Alexander, David Leroy (1905-1995) Papers, 1865-2001, (K0924) 2 cubic feet Family papers of the Alexander and Graham families of Jackson County and Pettis Counties in Missouri.Also included is a Lutheran catechism and biblical reference sheet. Armil taken from various records concerning the history of sales of her house at 305 Hitt Street, Columbia, Missouri, accompanied by a photograph of the house. 1920-1958, (K1229) 1 cubic foot Poetry, writings, correspondence and music of a Kansas City poet. Babcock, Frank Olin (1916-2003) Papers, 1916-2003, (K0977) 2 cubic feet Personal papers of former Executive Vice-President of the Associated Plumbing Contractors and Mechanical Contractors of Greater Kansas City. His sons held the James boys' horses for five cents worth of candy. of Agriculture and Mary taught at the University of Missouri.Andrew Theodore Brown (1923-1983) Collection, 1960-1963, n.d., (K0011) 6.25 cubic feet The collection contains dissertations, theses, and working papers prepared for Brown while he served as professor of history at the University of Kansas City and the University of Missouri-Kansas City and when he was director of the Kansas City History Project. Arthur Family Photograph Album, 1896-1919, (K1262) 1 volume Photograph album inscribed, "Miss Willie Arthur, Kansas City, Kansas Jan. Includes Arthur, Broadwell, Orbison, Holt and other families. 1914-1939, (R0244) 3 folders These are reminiscences and miscellaneous papers assembled in connection with Arthur's work on "Bushwhacker" Bill Wilson during the Civil War in Phelps County, Missouri. Includes personal papers, photographs and other materials relating to the life, family, and work of Babcock. Baird-Welsh-Chisholm Family Papers, 1894-1922, (K0655) 0.5 cubic feet The collection contains various scrapbooks such as photograph albums, baby books, and commemorative books of other events including deaths and weddings. Ball Family Photographs, (P0921) 3 photographs Portraits of Wesley and Matilda Ball Balot and Agron Family Papers, 1937-1993, (K0889) 1 folder Reunion booklet, the Agron-Eisberg Chronicle, containing family tree, photographs and family history.