This collection consists of papers related to the active duty of Company I, 138th Infantry, A. The company specialized in lime manufacturing and Azbe became a successful businessman and industry consultant. Alewel, letters from Steuben Society of America regarding war efforts of Lewis E. Louis brochures and blueprints of buildings owned by Olivia and Louis Alewel, and designed by Julius E. Louisbased Badger family, including letters of Capt. Louis and began practicing law.
However, it does not include many recent acquisitions that have not yet been processed. Collection also includes an unidentified record book, of unknown provenance, that contains printed and manuscript orders, guidelines, procedures, etc. Azbe Papers, Missouri Historical Society, St. He was admitted to the bar in 1910. Also includes a letter on the stationery of the St.
The purpose of the expedition was to make treaties with all adjacent tribes, with the goal of protecting and stimulating the fur trade of the northwest. Cite as: Alton, Illinois, Collection, Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis A1958 Bannon, James T. Charles Car Company of St. Anna Price was hired for the project to translate, summarize, and enter into a database information about the documents pertaining to Missouri. After the war he moved to St. Louis A0027 American Car and Foundry Saint Louis, Missouri.
Bartholdt invited the group to meet at the Worlds Fair in St. In 1932, she married Hugo Rumbold, a British artist and army captain. Memoirs include detailed descriptions of regimental casualties and of medical care provided at field hospitals during the following battles and campaigns: attack on Helena, Arkansas; Red River Campaign; engagement at Old River Lake, Arkansas; Tupelo and Oxford, Mississippi, expeditions; pursuit of General Sterling Price through Arkansas and Missouri; Battle of Nashville; pursuit of General Hood through Tennessee; and the Mobile Campaign, including the siege of Spanish Fort. The papers also include correspondence of Barry with the Missouri Historical Society concerning his maps. Edward Carrington Cabell 1811-1896 was an established lawyer in St. Louis guitarist Douglas Back at Alabama State University's Tullibody Recital Hall, 1990, and biographical information pertaining to AfricanAmerican classical guitarist Justin Holland 1819-1887. Indexed in archives card catalogue.
Louis A0051 Arnold, Nason H. Collection contains letters from Barton mostly concerning political matters; political documents, clippings and genealogy notes; and typescript data on Barton and speeches given before the Missouri Historical Society by James Jones October 14, 1920, and also by Charles Van Ravenswaay. He was the son of Scottish immigrant Albert S. Bartholdt was elected to Congress in 1892 and served eleven consecutive terms until 1915. The collection contains correspondence, diaries, memoranda, and biographical material. The collection contains letter of David R. Barnet of Nottingham, Great Britain to George and Ann Barnett of St.
Anishanslin Permit, Missouri Historical Society, St. Collection contains manual concerning the construction of railroad cars; photographs of different types of railroad cars and parts of the cars; and descriptions of the plants located at St. Louis A0049 Army and Navy Club Saint Louis, Missouri. Cowan was born April 7, 1835, in Shelbyville, Tennessee, to John Wilson Cowan and Jane Eakin. Indexed in archives card catalogue. Brown, and biographies of various members of the family. There are also items in the collection concerning the Steuben Society; and a scrapbook dated 1954-1957 with cards and letters of Lewis E.
He secured lead mines in Virginia but required more lead for his business. Cite as: John Allen Papers, Missouri Historical Society, St. Parkman, Prideaux John Selby, William Swainson, John K. A1864 Alexander, Charles and Nancy. Cite as: Balz Family Baptismal Certificates, Missouri Historical Society, St.
Audubon, daughter of John Woodhouse Audubon, biographical material, and other papers. Azbe married Coyla Laubender of Sherodsville, Ohio, in December 1914. In 1840, the new charter was suspended and on July 31, 1841, the bank was ordered closed by the United States government. Cite as: Anderson Bakewell Scrapbooks, Missouri Historical Society, St. Also includes numerous bills of lading and shipping papers associated with Barnes' grocery and commission merchant business, as well as papers regarding the Bank of the State of Missouri, St.
He served as lieutenant governor from 1820 to 1824 and was defeated for the governorship in 1824. In 1864, he married Emily E. He was ordained an Episcopal minister and was an Episcopal priest of the Diocese of Washington, D. Louis A0074 Baggerman, William, F. The collection contains letters written by local citizens suggesting names for the lake and correspondence between Major General E. Material also includes correspondence of archaeologist Dr.