Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Papers of Harry S. Truman
Pertaining to Family, Business, and Personal Affairs

Date Span: 1280-1971.

The Papers of Harry S. Truman Pertaining to Family, Business and Personal Affairs include correspondence, handwritten notes, legal documents, financial records, newspaper clippings, other printed material, and memorabilia. More than half of the collection is comprised of letters from Truman to his wife Bess and his daughter Margaret, written over a span of nearly half a century. The collection also contains other records documenting Trumanís education at Independence High School and at the Kansas City School of Law; his activities as a farmer and businessman; his military service during World War I and as a reserve officer; his membership in various organizations; and his career in politics and government.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 16 linear feet, 2 linear inches (about 29,600 pages).
Access: Open, with the exception of a few documents that are closed in accordance with the legal instructions of the donors.
Copyright: Margaret Truman Daniel donated her copyright interest in writings in the Family Correspondence File to the United States government. Documents created by U. S. Government officials in the course of their official duties are likewise in the public domain. Copyright interest in any other writings in these files is assumed to remain with the creators of the documents, or their heirs.
Processed by: Randy Sowell, Tammy Williams, David Clark, Jan Davis, and others (1982-1983, 2004, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2017).

The creation of this online resource was made possible in part by funding from the William T. Kemper Foundation - Commerce Bank, Trustee.

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1884 (May 8) Born, Lamar, Missouri
1887 Moved with family to farm near Grandview, Missouri
1890 Moved with family to Independence, Missouri
1901 Graduated form Independence High School
1901-1906 Lived in Independence and Kansas City, Missouri; held various jobs, including clerk at two Kansas City banks
1905-1911 Served in Missouri National Guard
1906-1917 Worked on family farm near Grandview, Missouri
1917-1919 Served in 129th Field Artillery; commanded Battery D during World War I; promoted to rank of Captain
1919 (June 28) Married Bess Wallace at Trinity Episcopal Church, Independence, Missouri
1919-1922 Partner with Eddie Jacobson in Kansas City haberdashery
1923-1925 Eastern District Judge, Jackson County (Missouri) Court
1924 (February 17) Daughter Mary Margaret born
1927-1935 Presiding Judge of the Jackson County (Missouri) Court
1935-1945 United States Senator from Missouri
1945 (January 20-April 12) Vice President of the United States
1945 (April 12)-1953 (January 20) President of the United States
1953 (January) Left Presidency and retired to Independence, Missouri
1957 (July 6) Helped dedicate the Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Missouri
1972 (December 26) Died, Research Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri

A more detailed timeline of Harry S. Truman's life and Presidency is available on the Truman Trivia Page.

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The Harry S. Truman Papers Pertaining to Family, Business and Personal Affairs mostly consist of documents that were found in the Truman home in Independence around the time of Mrs. Trumanís death in 1982. These documents came into the legal possession of the Truman Library under the terms of Mrs. Trumanís will or through the donation of her daughter, Margaret Truman Daniel. Additional documents were added to the collection in subsequent years.

More than half of the collection is comprised of letters from Truman to his wife Bess and his daughter Margaret, written over a span of nearly half a century. The papers also include handwritten notes, financial records, legal documents, newspaper clippings, other printed material, speeches, reports, and memorabilia. The collection documents Trumanís education at Independence High School and at the Kansas City School of Law; his activities as a farmer and businessman; his military service in World War I and as a reserve officer after the war; his membership in various organizations; and his career in politics and government.

The Family, Business and Personal Affairs Papers are arranged in four series. The first series, the Family Correspondence File, contains more than 1400 handwritten letters from Truman to Bess and Margaret, dating from 1910 to 1959. The Family Correspondence File is further divided into four subseries. The first, Correspondence from Harry S. Truman to Bess Wallace, contains the letters that Truman wrote to Bess prior to their marriage in 1919. These letters document their lengthy courtship, which began in earnest in 1910, when Truman was living on the family farm near Grandview, Missouri, and Bess was living with her mother in neighboring Independence. During Trumanís military service in World War I, he wrote to her frequently from his training camp in Oklahoma, and later sent her many letters from overseas while he was stationed in France.

The second subseries, Correspondence from Harry S. Truman to Bess Wallace Truman, contains the letters that Truman wrote to Bess during the course of their marriage. He wrote to her constantly (sometimes more than once a day) whenever they were apart for any length of time. Usually, this was when Truman was traveling, on reserve duty with the Army, or tending to official business in Washington while Bess was back home in Independence. Only a few letters in the subseries were written after the Trumans left the White House in 1953.

The third subseries, Correspondence from Harry S. Truman to Margaret Truman, contains letters dating from 1925 to 1964. Truman began writing letters to Margaret even before she was old enough to read. There are more than one hundred letters to his daughter in the collection, and more than 1300 to his wife. This correspondence reveals many aspects of Trumanís personality: his devotion to his family, his sense of humor, his sensitivity to criticism, and his determination to succeed.

The fourth subseries, Correspondence from Harry S. Truman to Mary Jane Truman, contains photocopies of letters dating from 1945-1948. Most of the letters are addressed to "Mamma (Martha Truman) and Mary". These letters primarily describe Trumanís activities while Vice President and President.

The Family Correspondence File includes some telegrams and postcards, as well as a number of letters that are misdated, dated only by a postmark, or undated. The series also contains copies or transcripts of letters from Truman to his wife that are filed elsewhere in Trumanís papers. In some cases, only a typed transcript of the letter has survived. These characteristics are noted in the list of folder titles at the conclusion of this finding aid.

The next series, the General File, includes appointment books, correspondence, handwritten notes, legal documents, financial records, newspaper clippings, other printed material, speeches, reports, maps, and memorabilia. Among the notable documents in this series are Trumanís English and history notebooks, containing essays that he wrote as a student at Independence High School in 1899-1901. Also of interest is material pertaining to Trumanís attendance as a night-school student at the Kansas City School of Law from 1923 to 1925; this material includes his class notes and examinations as well as a school yearbook.

The General File also contains financial records and legal documents relating to Trumanís activities as a farmer and businessman, including his involvement in mining and oil exploration ventures in partnership with Jerry Culbertson and David H. Morgan during the 1910s, and his partnership with Eddie Jacobson in running a haberdashery in Kansas City from 1919 to 1922. Trumanís bank account books from 1906 to 1916, received from his nephew J. C. Truman in 1983, are also in the series. Also included are Trumanís cancelled checks and bank statements from 1916 to 1924, and records concerning land owned by the Truman family. Other material in the General File relates to Trumanís membership in the American Legion and his continuing association with veterans of his artillery unit, Battery D, after World War I. The series also features information concerning Trumanís years as a county administrator and United States Senator: reports on Jackson County finances, maps of the county road system, and speeches delivered by Truman during his career in government. With the exception of newspaper clippings from scrapbooks covering the period from 1945 to 1951, there are relatively few documents in the series dating from Trumanís Presidential years.

The third series, the Military File, includes correspondence, training manuals, field orders and reports, handwritten notes, and maps relating to Trumanís service as a field artillery officer during and after World War I. The Military File is divided into two subseries, the United States Army Reserves File and the World War I File. Notable documents in this series include notebooks in which Truman recorded his evaluations of the men he commanded in Battery D and their activities during the war; daily marching orders and other documents concerning the batteryís performance; personnel records relating to Trumanís military service; and his handwritten notes and answers for various training exercises.

The last series, the Publications File, contains printed material pertaining to Trumanís military service, his accomplishments as Jackson County Presiding Judge, and his association with the American Legion, the Masons, and the National Old Trails Road Association. The series contains books signed by Harry S. Truman and other well-known people including Adolph Hitler, Winston Churchill, Mark Twain, Jack Dempsey, Alexander Hamilton, Bob Hope, Pat Boone, Martin Luther King, Jr., Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Carl Sandburg, Susan B. Anthony, Franklin Pierce, Grover Cleveland, Herbert Hoover, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Lyndon B. Johnson.  Among the interesting items in this series is a copy of Results of County Planning, a volume illustrating the improvements in Jackson Countyís road system during Judge Trumanís term of office. The Sluzabnik, dated 1519, is also located in the series. 

Other materials at the Truman Library relating to the personal life, military service, and business activities of Harry S. Truman include: the President's Secretary's Files (Diaries File, Personal File, Family Correspondence File, and Longhand Notes File); the Post-Presidential Papers (Family Correspondence File); the papers of Edward Jacobson, Roy T. Romine, and Mary Jane Truman; Record Group 391 (Battery D Records) and Record Group 407 (Truman's military personnel file); and oral history interviews with Henry P. Chiles, Mary Paxton Keeley, Mary Ethel Noland, and Mize Peters.

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SERIES AND SUBSERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos. SERIES (Subseries)
1-20 FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1910-1964
Four subseries:
1-6 Correspondence From Harry S. Truman to Bess Wallace, 1910-1919, consisting of letters, telegrams, and postcards. Arranged chronologically.
6-16 Correspondence From Harry S. Truman to Bess Wallace Truman, 1921-1959, consisting of letters, telegrams, and postcards. Arranged chronologically.
17-19 Correspondence From Harry S. Truman to Margaret Truman, 1927-1964, consisting of letters, telegrams, and postcards. Arranged chronologcially.
19-20 Correspondence from Harry S. Truman to Mary Jane Truman, 1945- 1948, consisting of photocopies of letters. Arranged chronologically.
21-29 GENERAL FILE, 1789-1951
Correspondence, handwritten notes, financial records, legal documents, appointment books, newspaper clippings, other printed material, speeches, reports, maps, and memorabilia relating to Harry S. Trumanís education, career in farming and business, political activities, government service, and membership in various organizations. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
30-34 MILITARY FILE, 1914-1936
Two subseries:
30-31 United States Army Reserves, 1914-1936, consisting of correspondence, training manuals, maps, and handwritten notes. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
31-34 World War I, 1918-1919, consisting of field orders and reports, handwritten notes, maps, and other items. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
35-37 PUBLICATIONS FILE, 1280-1971
Printed material relating to Harry S. Trumanís military service, career in government, and association with various organizations. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

Box 1 Box 2 Box 3 Box 4 Box 5 Box 6

Box 6 (cont.) Box 7 Box 8 Box 9 Box 10 Box 11 Box 12 Box 13 Box 14 Box 15 Box 16

Box 17 Box 18 Box 19
  • No date [With 1945]
  • January 13, 1945
  • March 21, 1945 [Postmark]
  • March 29, 1945
  • March 31, 1945
  • April 7, 1945
  • April 11, 1945
  • April 12, 1945
  • April 13 [With 1945]
  • April 16, 1945
  • April 18, 1945
  • April 18
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • April 21, 1945
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • April 28, 1945
  • April 29, 1945
  • May 1, 1945
  • May 6, 1945
  • May 8, 1945
  • May 24, 1945
  • May 25, 1945
  • June 13, 1945
  • June 16, 1945
  • June 19, 1945
  • June 22, 1945
  • July 3, 1945
  • July 12, 1945
  • July 16, 1945
  • July 18, 1945
  • July 23, 1945
  • July 28, 1945
  • July 31, 1945
  • August 12, 1945
  • August 17, 1945
  • September 11, 1945
  • September 19, 1945
  • September 22, 1945
  • October 13, 1945
  • October 21, 1945
  • October 23, 1945
  • October 30, 1945
  • November 3, 1945
  • November 8, 1945
  • November 9, 1945
  • November 16, 1945
  • November 19, 1945
  • December 22, 1945
  • December 24, 1945
  • January 7, 1946
  • January 8, 1946
  • January 10, 1946
  • January 23, 1946
  • Ca. January 1946
  • February 9, 1946
  • February 20, 1946
  • February 26, 1946
  • March 3, 1946
  • March 4, 1946
  • March 11, 1946
  • July 2, 1946
  • July 8, 1946 [Postmark]
  • July 16, 1946
  • July 19, 1946
  • July 31, 1946
  • August 16, 1946
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • August 22, 1946
  • September 4, 1946 [Postmark]
  • September 13, 1946
  • September 15, 1946
  • September 18, 1946
  • September 25, 1946
  • October 8, 1946
  • October 26, 1946
  • November 11, 1946
  • November 18, 1946
  • November 25, 1946
  • November 29, 1946
  • December 2, 1946
  • December 9, 1946
  • December 18, 1946
Box 20
  • December 22, 1946
  • December 31, 1946
  • January 16, 1947
  • January 17, 1947
  • January 30, 1947
  • February 13, 1947
  • March 22, 1947
  • March 28, 1947
  • April 5, 1947
  • June 28, 1947
  • July 6, 1947
  • July 10, 1947
  • July 25, 1947
  • August 6, 1947
  • August 23, 1947
  • August 26, 1947
  • September 5, 1947
  • September 7, 1947
  • September 28, 1947
  • October 10, 1947
  • October 21, 1947
  • October 27, 1947
  • November 1, 1947
  • November 7, 1947
  • November 14, 1947
  • November 24, 1947
  • December 12, 1947
  • January 13, 1948
  • January 30, 1948
  • February 7, 1948
  • February 11, 1948
  • February 28, 1948
  • March 11, 1948
  • March 16, 1948
  • March 21, 1948
  • March 26, 1948
  • March 30, 1948
  • March 31, 1948
  • April 8, 1948
  • April 12, 1948
  • April 28, 1948
  • May 7, 1948
  • May 12, 1948
  • May 19, 1948
  • June 8, 1948
  • July 26, 1948
  • August 7, 1948
  • August 10, 1948
  • August 18, 1948
  • September 2, 1948
  • September 11, 1948
  • October 5, 1948
  • October 25, 1948
  • November 7, 1948
  • November 11, 1948
  • November 14, 1948
  • November 20, 1948
  • November 26, 1948 [Postmark]
  • November 30, 1948
  • December 13, 1948
  • December 30, 1948
Box 21
  • Abstract of Title [2011 accretion]
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Account Book, 1920 [2011 accretion]
  • Address Book, 1920
  • American Legion Convention: March-August, 1921
  • American Legion Convention: September, 1921
  • American Legion Convention: October, 1921
  • American Legion Convention: November, 1921
  • Appointment Book: 1923-1924
  • Appointment Book: 1927
  • Appointment Book: 1928
Box 22
  • Appointment Book: 1929
  • Appointment Book: 1930
  • Assembly of God, Grandview, Missouri: Exchange of Property [2011 accretion]
  • Bank of Belton - Personal Checks Written by Harry S. Truman, 1908, 1916 [Found in Truman's Office at the Harry S. Truman Library, 1993]
  • Bank Deposit Books, 1922-1929 [2011 accretion]
  • Battery D Banquet: 1920 [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Battery D Banquet: 1921 [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Calling Cards
  • Cancelled Checks and Bank Statements, 1916-1921 [2011 accretion]
  • Cancelled Checks and Bank Statements, 1922-1923 [2011 accretion]
  • Cancelled Checks and Bank Statements, 1924 [2011 accretion]
  • Check Stubs, 1921 [2011 accretion]
  • Check Stubs, 1922-1923 [2011 accretion]
  • Check Stubs, 1924 [2011 accretion]
  • Check Stubs, 1929 [2011 accretion]
  • Check Stubs, 1933 [2011 accretion]
  • Congressional Inspection Trip, 1939
  • Correspondence, General: 1919
  • Correspondence, General: 1920
  • Correspondence, General: 1921
  • Correspondence, General: January-July, 1922
Box 23
  • Correspondence, General: August-September, 1922
  • Correspondence, General: October-December, 1922
  • Correspondence, General: 1923
  • Correspondence, General: 1924-25
  • Correspondence, General: 1926-53 [bulk date span 1926-1932]
  • Democratic National Convention, 1944
  • Draft Registration Card: Harry S. Truman, 1942 [2011 accretion]
  • Farmers Bank of Grandview: Checks Signed by Harry S. Truman, 1913-14 [2011 accretion]
  • French Letters [2017 accretion]
  • Genealogy of the Truman Family," 1944 [2011 accretion]
  • Georgetown University Honorary Degree, June 17, 1945 [2011 accretion]
  • Independence High School - English Notebook of Harry S. Truman, First Year, 1899 [Copies donated by Martha Ann Swoyer, 2000]
  • Independence High School - English Notebook of Harry S. Truman, Third Year, 1900-1901 [Copies donated by Martha Ann Swoyer, 2000]
  • Independence High School - History Notebook of Harry S. Truman, 1901 [Copies donated by Martha Ann Swoyer, 2000]
  • Jackson County - Longhand Notes by Harry S. Truman regarding Road Work, 1915
  • Jackson County Audit: 1922
      [1 of 2]
Box 24
      [2 of 2]
  • Jackson County Audit: 1923
  • Jackson County Audit: 1935
  • Jackson County Court: 1923
  • Jackson County Court: 1924
  • Jackson County Court Election: 1922
  • Jackson County Court Election: 1924
  • Jackson County Farm Bureau, 1914
  • Kansas City Home Telephone Company: Contract with John A. Truman, 1907 [2011 accretion]
  • Kansas City School of Law: Catalogue and Course Outline, 1923-25
  • Kansas City School of Law: Harry S. Truman Examinations, 1923-24
Box 25
  • Kansas City School of Law: Harry S. Truman Longhand Notes, 1923-24
  • Kansas City School of Law: Lectures, 1923-24
  • Kansas City School of Law: Yearbook, 1924
  • Kinchloe, G. A.: Sale of Property to Harry S. Truman, 1915 [2011 accretion]
  • Land Purchases and Leases, 1903-1922 [2011 accretion]
  • Lindbergh, Charles A.: Banquet Program [2011 accretion]
  • Maps
  • Marlborough State Bank: Blank Checks [2011 accretion]
  • Masonic Papers [2011 accretion]
  • McGuffeyís Eclectic Spelling Book, with Truman Handwriting, c. 1894 [copy donated by Martha Ann Swoyer, 2000]
  • Membership Applications and Cards
  • Mining Company: Truman, Culbertson, Hughes, 1916-21
  • Mining Company: Truman, Culbertson, Hughes - Cancelled Checks, March-April, 1916 [2011 accretion]
  • Mining Company: Truman, Culbertson, Hughes - Cancelled Checks, May-June, 1916 [2011 accretion]
  • Mining Company: Truman, Culbertson, Hughes - Cancelled Checks, July, 1916 [2011 accretion]
  • Mining Company: Truman, Culbertson, Hughes - Cancelled Checks, August, 1916 [2011 accretion]
  • Mining Company: Truman, Culbertson, Hughes - Time and Payroll Book, 1916
  • Miscellaneous: 1919 [Insurance Papers; Tailor Receipt]
  • Miscellaneous: 1920 [Property Tax Receipts]
  • Miscellaneous: 1921 [Insurance Papers; Miscellaneous Receipts]
  • Miscellaneous: 1921-53 [Miscellaneous Receipts]
Box 26
  • Morgan, David H.
  • Newspaper Clippings
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Oppenstein, Lewis: Lawsuit Against Truman and Jacobson [2011 accretion]
  • Paxton, Mary - Fragment of Letter to Bess Wallace, c. October 1917
  • Photograph Album of Margaret Truman [2014 Accretion]
  • Photograph of Bess Wallace, 1901, with inscription to William Bostian, 1906
  • Programs: 1914-25 [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Programs: 1926-53
  • Promissory Notes [2011 accretion]
  • Saddle Horse Owned by Harry S. Truman - "Johnsonís King"
  • Saenger, A. G.: Contract and Bill of Sale [2011 accretion]
  • School Book of Harry S. Truman: Caesarís Gallic War
  • Scrapbook: August 11, 1945-October 26, 1945
  • Scrapbook: October 27, 1945-April 13, 1946
Box 27
  • Scrapbook: April 13, 1946-August 25, 1947
  • Scrapbook: August 19, 1947-November 30, 1949
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Scrapbook: December 1, 1949-April 5, 1951
      [1 of 3]
Box 28
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Security State Bank: Lawsuit Against Harry S. Truman [2011 accretion]
  • Senatorial Election, 1940
  • Speeches: 1928-36
  • Speeches: 1942-43
  • Speeches: 1944
  • Speeches: Longhand Drafts - Undated
  • Stationery [2011 accretion]
  • Stock Certificate: Truman and Jacobson, Inc. [Received from the Family of John H. Thacher]
  • Tarsney Lakes: "Deed of Sale for Tarsney Lakes Property, May 11, 1934"
  • Truman-Jacobson Haberdashery [includes documents added in 2011]
Box 29
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Bank of Belton, Belton, Missouri, Account Book of Harry S. Truman - 1906
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Bank of Belton, Belton, Missouri, Account Book of Harry S. Truman - 1913
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Bank of Belton, Belton, Missouri, Account Book of Harry S. Truman - 1914
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Chrisman-Sawyer Banking Company Account Book of Mrs. Martha E. Truman - 1902
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Day Book of Harry S. Truman, 902 N. Liberty St., Independence, MO Ö - 1906
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Farmers Bank of Grandview, Missouri Account Book of Harry S. Truman - 1908
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Farmers Bank of Grandview, Missouri Account Book of Harry S. Truman - 1910
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Farmers Bank of Grandview, Missouri Account Book of Harry S. Truman - 1911
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Fragment of Letter to Master J. C. Truman from Harry S. Truman in France, c. 1918
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Ledger, first date, 1906
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: The Missourian, Volume 2, Number 6, March 3, 1945, pages 4 and 5 [folder empty]
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Notebook, Presented by Charles Dixon Commission Company, Kansas City StockyardsÖ
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Peoples State Bank, Dodson, Missouri, Account Book of Harry S. Truman - 1914
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Peoples State Bank, Dodson, Missouri, Account Book of Harry S. Truman - 1916
  • Truman, J. C., Items Received from, 1983: Roppís New Calculator and Short-Cut Arithmetic, 1906
  • Truman, J. Vivian [2011 accretion]
  • Truman, Margaret [2011 accretion]
  • Truman, Margaret: Souvenirs from Potsdam Trip [2011 accretion]
  • Truman, Mary Jane: Grandview Property [2011 accretion]
  • Young, Harrison: Last Will and Testament
  • Young, Solomon: Credit Rating, April 24, 1876 by R. G. Dun and Company

Box 30
  • Correspondence, General: 1919-1921
  • Correspondence, General: January-June, 1922
  • Correspondence, General: July-December, 1922
  • Correspondence, General: 1923
  • Correspondence, General: 1924
  • Correspondence, General: 1925
  • Correspondence, General: 1927-1928
  • Correspondence, Official: Army Reserves, 1924-1932
  • Maps and Notes
  • Report of Enlistments: Blank Forms [2011 accretion]
  • Training Manuals
      [1 of 8]
Box 31
      [2 of 8]
      [3 of 8]
      [4 of 8]
      [5 of 8]
      [6 of 8]
      [7 of 8]
      [8 of 8]

Box 32 Box 33 Box 34

Box 35
  • American Legion, 1920-1924
  • Artillery Firing - March, 1918
  • BooksóSigned
      [1 of 7]
      [2 of 7]
      [3 of 7]
      [4 of 7]
Box 36
      [5 of 7]
      [6 of 7]
      [7 of 7]
  • Department of the Interior Circulars Regarding Homesteads, 1917-1919
  • Field Artillery Journal: March-December, 1921
  • Field Artillery Journal: May-October, 1922
  • Field Artillery Officers Information Bulletins: 1918-1919
  • Field Artillery Officers Information Bulletins: 1920-1921
      [1 of 2]
Box 37
      [2 of 2]
  • Field Artillery Officers Information Bulletins: 1922-1928
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Gleam, The - Independence High School Yearbook, May, 1904 [2 copies]
  • Jackson County Courthouse Dedication - Official Program, September 7, 1933
  • Log of President Trumanís Trip to Rio de Janeiro, August 31-September 20, 1947 [2 copies]
  • Masonic Information, 1920-1929
  • Michelin Illustrated Guides to the Battlefields, 1914-1918
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Miscellaneous [Military Publications, Magazines]
  • Mt. Washington News, July 18, 1924 [2011 accretion]
  • National Old Trails Road Association [includes documents added in 2011]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Results of County Planning - Jackson County, Missouri
  • Roads, Highways and Bridges
  • Training Publications
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • United States Army Regulations, 1913
  • United States Army Reserve Officers Association
  • War Department Information Bulletins, 1920-1928

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