At Dunie's Delicatessen, St. Louis: Unkown, Sam Fleischmann, Albert Fleischman, Ben Fleischmann
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This is a photo of Arthur Judson Blatt. Arthur was a Firefighter in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri. He was a regular performer at Santi-Cali-Gon Days, an annual festival in Independence, Missouri. He married Goldie Emily Stagg on Oct 07, 1912 in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri.
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Oct 7, 1893 - March 1964
Added Jul 8 by: Jennifer Ridner
Jennifer Ridner
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This is a photo of Joseph Schauer and his wife Clara (Bambach) Schauer added by Patrick Kleaver on February 25, 2020.
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Jun 15, 1885 - Apr 9, 1965
Added Feb 25 by: Patrick John Kleaver
Patrick John Kleaver
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A photo of Cora Anna (Munkirs) Strode
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Dec 17, 1891 - May 8, 1945
Added Feb 11 by: Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson
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A photo of Reuben Strode
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Jul 2, 1887 - Sep 4, 1947
Added Feb 11 by: Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson
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This is a photo of John Joyce Kleaver, Jr. and his father John Joseph Kleaver, Sr. added by Patrick Kleaver on January 24, 2020.
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Oct 1, 1913 - Feb 24, 1988
This is a photo of William R. Kleaver (in the middle), Loretta M. (Kleaver) Lowery (to the right) and John Joyce Kleaver, Jr. (to the left) added by Patrick Kleaver on January 23, 2020.
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Oct 1, 1913 - Feb 24, 1988
A photo of Catherine Ellen (Schlobohm) Cooper My Maternal grandma and the only female loving role model I had as a child
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May 27, 1927 - Aug 9, 1999
Added Nov 12, 2019 by: Tiffany Cooper
Tiffany Cooper
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I don't know who they are, I found the photo behind a photo of my grandmother. the frame and pictures came from Plattsburg, Clinton county, Missouri. on the back of the photo I can barely see the word Lathrop which is also in Clinton county, Missouri. The 4 women look alike and are probably sisters and the clothing seems to be late 1800s. I hope some one recognizes them and lets me know their names
Added Aug 6, 2019 by: Eleanor Hornbeck
Eleanor Hornbeck
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A photo of Fred Ostby
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Jan 20, 1930 - Oct 27, 2016
Added Jul 6, 2019 by: Dwayne Pounds
Dwayne Pounds
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Orlin Aaron Wineman contracted the flu in 1918. His oldest daughter, Ethel Columbia Wineman, had come to check on him at noon. Shortly after returning home, Ethel was washing clothes with one of the first electric washing machines when a neighbor came over to tell her that her father died. Ethel was so shocked about the news that she nearly fainted and grabbed onto the machine for support. The washing machine delivered an electric shock to her and the baby. The baby died and was still born.
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Unknown - 1918
Added Jun 18, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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"Mrs. Earl Huntsberry, of Shelbina, MO, proudly displays her favorite chinchilla. This little animal has one of the world's most exotic furs and probably is worth more a pound than any 'farm' animal in commercial production. A pair of adults now sell for about $1,000." 1948, Missouri. Proud Chinchilla Rancher
Added Jun 18, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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"Selected as queen of the Waverly Apple Festival this year was Margaret Casebeer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Casebeer. Mr. Casebeer, a veteran apple grower, recently sold his orchard at Waverly and is moving to a farm near Chula. Miss Casebeer, a former student at Central College, is shown with the grand-champion bushel of apples exhibited at the Waverly show." Apple Queen, 1948, Missouri
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Sep 5, 1921 - December 1985
Added Jun 18, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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The coveted award of state 4-H Club dress-revue winner went to Ruth Botts, Linn County, MO, 1948. Fashion, 1948
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jun 18, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Missouri, unknown and undated. Babe in a Bonnet
Added Jun 11, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Missouri, ca. 1900 -- 1910, probably sisters. Babes in Bonnets
Added Jun 11, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Missouri, undated and unknown Rare picture of the Missouri flutterby
Added Jun 11, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of 3 unknown children from the Missouri State Archives. unknown and undated.
Added Jun 10, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of the former JCPenney Store at River Roads Mall, 1983
Added Jun 9, 2019 by: Dwayne Pounds
Dwayne Pounds
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Dorothy Heckmann and her cousin Rodney Heckmann picking cherries in the yard. About 1910 in Missouri. Time for Cherry Picking
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jun 4, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Portrait of the Witthar brothers, World War I era soldiers in uniform, ca. 1917, Missouri.
Added Jun 2, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of Ellen Asbury - Mrs. Ed Asbury. Taken in about 1910 in Missouri. Lovely fashion.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Jun 2, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Dad was pilot with four children when he went to Viet Nam. After a year (plus), he returned to Joplin, MO.
Added May 31, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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This was taken in Missouri, ca. 1900. That is all I know.
Added May 30, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of Amelia Kisker in Tower Grove park, St. Louis, MO 1901
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Unknown - Unknown
Added May 27, 2019 by: Frank Wallemann
Frank Wallemann
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Mary (Paxton) Keeley and Elizabeth (Paxton) Forsling, dressed in costume, Columbia, Missouri. 1895 ca.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added May 27, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Full-length view of 1909 University of Missouri football captain Carl L. 'Curly' Ristine in his football uniform. He became a lawyer. He would later serve in both World W ar One and World War Two. Big Man on Campus
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Unknown - Unknown
Added May 19, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of Sally Rand, 1910, with brother Harold on front porch of home near Elkton, Hickory County, Missouri, 1910.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added May 19, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Left behind in President Gardens apartments in 1960. Located in Kansas City. My parents kept it all these years. I want to home it.
Added May 1, 2019 by: Nancy Christensen
Nancy Christensen
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Left behind in President Gardens apartments in Kansas City, MO. My parents moved in here in about 1960 and saved the photos they found. Wish to find owner
Added May 1, 2019 by: Nancy Christensen
Nancy Christensen
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Left behind at President Gardens apartment, Kansas City, MO, in early 60s. My parents moved in and saved it ever since. Want to locate owner
Added May 1, 2019 by: Nancy Christensen
Nancy Christensen
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A photo of an unknown baby, Missouri. Left behind in apartment at President Gardens. My parents saved it all these years. Hope to find owner.
Added May 1, 2019 by: Nancy Christensen
Nancy Christensen
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Found in apartment in President Gardens, Kansas City, Missouri. Would like to find family.
Added May 1, 2019 by: Nancy Christensen
Nancy Christensen
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Found in apartment at President Gardens, Kansas City, Missouri. There are approximately 4-5 other family photos.
Added May 1, 2019 by: Nancy Christensen
Nancy Christensen
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Photo and Signature from Mary Elizabeth Keen's 1932 nursing license. Photo provided by the Missouri State Nursing Board.
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May 15, 1910 - Sep 30, 1970
Added Apr 29, 2019 by: A C
A C
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A photo of Cleo and Margaret Ehrhardt, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1938 - children playing
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Apr 27, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Juda Kristof, an immigrant proud of her heritage, was a Czechoslovakian immigrant living in Ilasco, Missouri. Her house was located next to the Slovak Lutheran Church which she helped to keep clean. She generally was seen in her native garb. So dedicated was she to her Slovak roots, that she was the last to abandon the Slovak section of Ilasco (1972), leaving only as the demolition was set to happen.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Apr 23, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Susie and Anna Selesky, of Ilasco, Missouri (date unknown). Most likely a photo to mail back home to the old country. Ilasco was a company town in Ralls County, Missouri that employed a high percentage of immigrants. Hannibal Free Public Library (Hannibal, Mo.)
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Apr 16, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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ILASCO, MO - John and Maria (Pucarar) Moga were a Romanian couple. John immigrated in 1903 to work for the Atlas Portland Cement Plant as a dynamite blaster. Maria followed him to Ilasco in 1906. They had four children while living in Ilasco:John, Pete, Saveta and Mary. John was a bilingual man, speaking six different languages, and only left Ilasco briefly in 1918 to serve his adopted country (naturalized in 1913) in World War I. The family was devastated when John, a twenty year veteran of the plant, died on October 12, 1920 as the result of a dynamite explosion.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Apr 15, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of Susan Kisel and Mary Valach who pose in traditional Slovak dresses - Two Traditional Slovak Girls. They are standing on the steps of the Homolos house. Ilasco, Missouri (company town), 1943 Hannibal Free Public Library (Hannibal, Mo.)
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Apr 14, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
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