Brewer, a Civil War soldier with the 28th Illinois Volunteer Infantry; from George W. Deen who address her as sister and from other brothers and sisters. Written from Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, Illinois, and other places where James S. Allee, Arthur, Collection, (CA3091) 1 linear feet Genealogical research charts, correspondence notes, and other research materials concerning the Allee/Alley family. Alvord's private manuscript collection includes territorial documents and Ste.
Graham's discharge papers from the Missouri State Militia (1865); scrapbooks; photographs; books; and a journal kept by James Andrew Alexander of Longwood, Missouri.Alexander, Ione (1892-1986) Papers, 1939-1986, (K0726) 8 cubic feet Idea notes and working drafts, published manuscripts of autobiographical stories, novels, plays, short stories, and poetry written by Alexander, an accomplished and published author.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.Disbursements also indicate freight charges and employees' salaries. Acock contain correspondence, a Polk County plat, and legal papers pertaining to the Acock and Robinson families of Polk County, Missouri.
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.The Adamson family lived in Dade and Lawrence Counties.Aid, Joseph, Papers, 1863-1921 (C0200) MICROFILM 4 folders Genealogical material on Aid and Miller families; Civil War military papers; and Aid's correspondence with wife and sons, 1863-1864, concerning Civil War, rations, places of interest, battles, and home news of Chillicothe, Ohio.Aker, Mary Bullock (1892-1985) Papers, c1930-1984, (K0115) 27 folders Photocopies of short stories and newspaper/magazine articles written by Aker, both rough and final drafts.They cover a variety of topics from the Revolutionary War to household hints. Aker wrote in her 91st year of memories of her childhood in and around Parkville, MO.Allen-Derbius Papers, 1877-1888 (C0197) 1 folder Material from Monticello, Iowa.