The Friends of Arrow Rock safeguard the history, historical artifacts and thirteen of the historical structures of the village of Arrow Rock, a National Historic Landmark, through ongoing education programs and preservation initiatives.
"Most of the postcards presented here are of buildings considered important to education, government, commerce or religion; there are also cards illustrating parks, streets and residences. The narrative for each image seeks to explore the significance of the view represented, to describe them, and to place them in an historical and community context."
"These postcard images show the development of Joplin from a scattering of rough mining camps through the mid-point of 20th Century. They provide an indelible image of a city that grew virtually overnight to become the world's premier supplier of lead and zinc ore."
"The City of St. Louis and nearby sections of Missouri and Illinois are full of reminders illustrating the role German-Americans played in the area's heritage and culture. Lasting Impressions: German-Americans in St. Louis exhibit provides an ongoing exhibit of pictures, family histories, recommended websites, suggested readings, and other resources highlighting their contributions to life in the St. Louis area."
A geographical history of the voyage of Lewis and Clark up the Missouri River as they crossed the state of Missouri. Included are campsites, landmarks, a virtual river travel day, and an interactive map server that allows you to see the historic route compared to the modern river with land features that include cities, roads and current geography.
Image archive of historic Missouri newspapers including the Columbia Missourian, Palladium, The Missouri Republican, St. Louis Christian Advocate, St. Louis Globe Democrat, Daily Evening Herald, The Far West, Liberty Weekly Tribune, The Liberty Banner.
"The Missouri History Museum Digital Content Collection contains images of selected items from our library, archives, photograph, and museum collections, including books, pamphlets, letters, maps, photographs, and museum artifacts."
The Provost Marshal Papers for the state of Missouri are part of Record Group 109, War Department Collection of Confederate Records in the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Although they are records of the Union Army, they were associated with Confederate records in the War Department because they relate, in part, to Confederate citizens and sympathizers. The online database created by the Missouri State Archives is an index of the Missouri portion of the collection.
The appointment calendar of President Harry Truman. Includes date, time, name and reason for meeting with the President. Links from appointment calendar are directed to additional information about the individual or to holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).