This collection consists of ledgers from four identified locals (340, 172,
481, and 536) and one unidentified local, as well as memorabilia, constitution and bylaws, promotional literature, and shop cards.
This collection consists of minutes, a written history, newspaper clippings, court cases, issues of "Motorman, Conductor and Motor Coach" magazines, and lists of hours, wages, salaries, by-laws, and members. Materials date from 1916 to 1964.
The American Postal Workers Union is the result of the combining
five postal unions in 1971: United Federation
of Postal Clerks, National Postal Union, National Association of Post Office and General
Service Employees, National Federation of Motor...
Focuses on the family of Freeman Barrows, who settled in Bates County in 1838. Correspondence includes information on the growth of the area in the 1840s and 1850s. There is also research material compiled by a descendent of Barrows.
Bear Facts publications provide information to the student regarding Missouri State University’s
history and mission, academic and student policies, student fees, information on
University Life and Residence Life, university and student...
Published at Lebanon High School in Lebanon, Missouri, Bittersweet Magazine began in Fall 1973 and ended in Summer 1983. Bittersweet was published as a quarterly magazine with photographs and essays about local Ozarks history and people.
This collection contains minutes of the Greater Kansas City District Laborers' Council (later renamed the Western Missouri and Kansas District Laborers' Council) and memorabilia of Otto Bowles, business manager of the council.