Boone, Albert Gallatin, Papers, K 0. Charles County purchased from Daniel Boone, 6 May Boone, Daniel , Ephemera, n. Sketch map of Daniel Boone's birthplace. Sketch of Daniel Boone at Photograph of George Boone's saw mill. Affidavit signed by Benjamin and John Logan. Boone, Louis R. Boone-Tate Family, Papers, , C 1 cubic foot 20 folders The Boone-Tate family papers consist of the research and genealogy of the Boone and Tate families, which ultimately culminated in the publication of the Boone Family Record written by Maude Tate Boone. Booth-Lang Family Papers, ca. Includes genealogical information, certificates of baptism, confirmation, naturalization papers, military records, obituaries, and correspondence.
Also family activities and interests, residences, military, and travel. Boswell, Anita C. Describes work being done in the gathering of data concerning M. Jeff Thompson, genealogy work of the Utah Genealogical Society, and the acquisition of a diary. Botsford, James Sherman Memorial Booklet, , K 1 folder Memorial booklet for Botsford, prominent lawyer and civic leader, and former district attorney for Western Missouri.
Farm crops, operations, land conditions, prayer meetings, collection of debts, slave prices, family matters, and other miscellaneous topics. Botts, Virginia, Collection, CA 8. Boulson, Charles E.
Boulson Papers contain the personal and professional papers of an electrical engineer in Missouri. The collection includes correspondence, scrapbooks, professional and historical writings, speeches on rural electrification in Missouri and corporate manuals and annual reports of Sho-Me Power Corporation and Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Bowles, Edward L. Bowles and the history of Westphalia, Missouri. Bower, , and records of Walter C. Bower and the Bower family, and Accounts, names of customers and purchases are listed in the store records. The family records include those of the George Bower estate, collections of promissory notes and family expenses. Bower Family, Papers, c. Cargill to John Curd. Bradford, Louise, Collection, , R 28 folders This collection includes correspondence, printed material, and ephemera collected by Louise Bradford , and Eva Ann Bradford , during their careers as teachers in Missouri schools.
Included are letters from former pupils, and printed materials from education and teachers associations, schools in Berkeley, Rolla, St. James, Salem, and Sullivan, Missouri, and women's clubs and service organizations in Dent and Phelps counties. Vance A. Bradford while conducting genealogical research on the Bradford family. Included are six boxes of correspondence with and about descendants of Samuel Bradford of Snow Hill, Maryland, and two boxes of papers from the Duncan homestead in southern Phelps County, Missouri.
Bradley, Charles E.
Various Utah Marriages - Clearwater County vital records can be found at the Minnesota Office of Vital Records which has copies of birth resords from and death records from Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Database. What other genealogical resources are available in Clearwater County, MN? Rhode Island Vital Records , This index includes records from until one year ago.
Bradshaw served as state legislative chairman, , and state social studies chairman, Bradshaw, William L. Bradshaw contain business and personal papers of Bradshaw, political scientist and dean of the University of Missouri Business School, Included are papers as delegate to Missouri Constitutional Convention, , member of State Reorganization Commission, , and other state, local, and professional organizations. Brady, Durward Belmont, Papers, , C 0.
Brady and Joseph A. Serena, prohibition campaign expense lists and political propaganda, Richmond and Ray County civic and political materials, and Durward B. Braecklein, Oscar Papers, , K 0. Braecklein was a druggist pharmacist from Kansas City, Missouri, in the late s, and the notebooks chiefly contain his notes from what he was learning or interested in at the time. Bragg, Raymond Bennett, Papers, K 9. Bragg, a prominent Unitarian minister of the 20th century. Included are the materials from local organizations he was involved in, his ecclesiastical research, personal writings, newspaper clippings, humanist journals, and records and correspondence from the various positions he held throughout his career.
In addition, there is a large collection of sermons written by Bragg, primarily from his time as minister at All Souls Unitarian Church in Kansas City, Missouri. He migrated to Missouri in the s. The papers reflect Brander's efforts to maximize his freedom while living in the Antebellum South and post-Civil War St. Louis, Missouri. The collection consists of photocopied documents. The originals remain with the family.
Two series comprise the collection. They document the travels of her family during her husband's many deployments, in places like the Philippines, Korea, and Crown Point, Indiana. The collection also contains clippings, pamphlets, a baby book, and other mementos from the family's life.
Includes newspaper magazines articles, programs, flyers, brochures, and administrative materials pertaining to Missouri Mansion Preservation and Sacred Circles, a Native American art exhibit mounted by the Nelson-Atkins Museum. Includes Photographs, correspondence, records and other papers relating to Branton's military duty, legal practice, banking career, civic activities, and personal life. Breckenridge Family, Papers, , C 8 lineaer feet Primarily of genealogical interest, the collection contains genealogical correspondence and information about the Breckenridges Breckinridges and related families, documents, pamphlets, letters, deeds, and photos.
The papers were compiled by James M.
Breckenridge between and See f. Breckenridge, Clarence Edward, Papers, , C 0. Many families included who were distantly related to the Breckenridges. Presbyterian Church history. Harris, and James M. Breitenbaugh, Samuel, Family, Papers, C 0. Bills at general store in Lee's Summit; expenses of a house built in ; family news from sister in St.
Louis and lawsuit by wife for regaining title to estate after his death; receipts for taxes, merchant's licenses, life insurance, steamboat freight bill, and notes due Breitenbaugh or payable by him. Bremer, Frederika , Letter, , C 1 folder The collection contains a letter and typewritten copy to Mrs. Brenneman Family, Letters, , C 2 folders Letters written by members of a Mennonite family.
Family news, trip from Rocking County, Virginia, to Jasper County, Missouri, news of the community and rules for church converts. Brickey, John S. The transaction probably was part of an estate settlement. Briggs Family Papers, C 2. Senator Frank P. Briggs, primarily in Pettis and Greene counties, Missouri.
Brightwell Family Papers, SP 1 cubic foot 11 folders, 1 oversize, 12 slides The papers consist of the personal papers and business ledgers of the Brightwell family, particularly those pertaining to the land deeds and business dealings of John Brightwell from Taney County. Also included is genealogical information for the Brightwell family and family stories as told by Hillary Brightwell. The Brink family lived in Holt and Nodaway counties in northwest Missouri. The collection includes family letters and receipts from various businesses in and around Maryville, Missouri, in addition to some reminiscences and genealogical information on the family.
Brinkerhoff, William E. The letters contain descriptions of Carthage and Jasper County, and observations on financial trends and the business panic of Britton, Wiley, Papers, CA 0. Includes correspondence, writings, genealogical documents, news clippings, and legal documents.
Guide to Polk County, Minnesota ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and. Within the Polk County registrar's office, marriage certificates can be obtained for anyone who applied for their marriage license within Polk County only from.
Britton wrote on the Civil War and pioneer life in Missouri. Louis, Dec. The collection predominately focuses on his artwork and publications, as well as his promotion of the Ozarks region in Dent and Shannon Counties through the creation of a national park, the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, and the promotion of the arts in general. Brock, A. Brock contain personal reminiscences of A.