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Boone County History and Culture Center
Digital collections of photographs related to Boone County, Missouri.
Museum of Art & Archaeology
University of Missouri-Columbia
The Museum of Art and Archaeology contains objects from a wide range of cultures. The collection of Greek, Roman, and Near Eastern art works and artifacts is especially strong, and there are significant holdings from ancient Egypt and Byzantium. In addition, the Museum has important collections in European and American art from the fifteenth century to the present, including a Samuel H. Kress Study Collection of European paintings. Asian, African, Ancient Americas, and Oceanic cultures are also well represented.
National Churchill Museum
Includes papers from Winston Churchill.
Missouri Primary Sources - Library of Congress
Booker T. Washington
The digital collections of the Library of Congress contain a wide variety of material associated with Booker T. Washington. Washington was born in Missouri.
Societies & Associations
Missouri State Genealogical Association
Mission Statement: Dedicated to enhancing the knowledge of its members and the public in the study of family history, genealogical records and the principles of sound genealogical research.
State Historical Society
The Society holds one of the largest collection of paintings by George Caleb Bingham, including, Order No. 11. The Thomas Hart Benton Collection contains the Year of Peril series, lithographs and other works. Many other Missouri artists, both past and present, are well represented in the Society's holdings.
Digital Collections about Missouri
Missouri Digital Heritage
The Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative is a collaborative effort that dramatically expands the amount of information available online about Missouri’s past. In 2007, Secretary of State Robin Carnahan proposed this landmark initiative to further Missourians’ access to information about the history of our state and local communities.
Missouri Digital Newspaper Project
The State Historical Society of Missouri is pleased to present a growing collection of digitized historic newspapers. These images are freely available to the public and are keyword-searchable.
DBRL Community History Archive
The Daniel Boone Regional Library Community History Archive showcases unique local photographs and documents that help tell the story of Mid-Missouri’s past. This growing collection represents aspects of our towns, institutions, neighborhoods and people that might never see a wider audience without digitization.
DBRL Print Primary Sources
Many of these are for in-library use only at Daniel Boone Regional Library.
MU Libraries : Special Collections & Rare Books
Broad variety of archival material, chiefly from the U.S. and Europe, reproduced on microfilm or microfiche, as well as rare books.
UMKC Digital Special Collections
Includes photographs of Kansas City history, music, and culture.
University of Missouri Digital Collection
The materials in our repository are divided into text and image collections. Books and other printed materials which consist mostly of words can be found in the text collections; image collections consist primarily of images, such as post cards, newspaper images, and picture books.