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Researchers may view all volumes of The Adair Historian at the Society’s museum and library at 211 S. Elson, Kirksville, MO and make copies for twenty-five cents a page. Regular visiting hours are 1 - 4 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Call 660-665-6502 if you have questions.


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Last Line:  Year  -  Season  -  Vol. Number  -  Issue Number  -  Page Number  -  Number of Pages


Adair County, MO - 1914/15 Enumeration of District Schools (list of student names and ages and parent by school district)

1998  -  Summer  -  3  -  1  -  1  -  5


A Farewell (Last Will & Testament of Dr. Ruth W. Towne, August 30, 1982)

1998  -  Fall  -  3  -  2  -  10  -  1


Adair County, MO - 1914/15 Enumeration of District Schools (cont’d from Summer 1998) (list of student names and ages and parent by school district)

1999  -  Winter  -  3  -  3  -  16  -  2


End Of An Era: Caroline Schaffner of “Toby and Susie” fame dies, October 20, 1998

1999  -  Winter  -  3  -  3  -  19  -  1


The State of the Society (ACHS)

1999  -  Winter  -  3  -  3  -  13  -  3


Nuts & Bolts: Overview of ACHS by Ellen K. Davison

1999  -  Spring  -  3  -  4  -  21  -  3


Tribute to Cyrus R. Truitt

1999  -  Spring  -  3  -  4  -  24  -  2


A Cup From The Past (Sojourner’s Club brief history)

2000  -  Spring  -  4  -  3  -  37  -  1


Adair County Constable Badge in Staffordshire, England

2000  -  Spring  -  4  -  3  -  35  -  1


Company 17th Calvary  MIssouri Volunteers - The Last Roll Call (Announcement of Donation of Booklet)

2000  -  Spring  -  4  -  3  -  36  -  1


In Memorium: Ellen K. Davison

2000  -  Winter  -  4  -  3  -  29  -  1


James “Frank” Walker Art Display

2000  -  Spring  -  4  -  3  -  34  -  1


Pat Ellebracht, President ACHS, Profile

2000  -  Winter  -  4  -  3  -  28  -  1


Walker Painting Depicts “OK” Railroad

2000  -  Winter  -  4  -  3  -  30  -  1


A Rare Circular Calculator Invented in Kirksville

2000  -  Summer  -  4  -  4  -  44  -  2


Pioneer Doctor’s Medical Bag and Instruments (donation announcement)

2000  -  Fall  -  4  -  4  -  52  -  1


William Hart died in Old Mexico, April 2, 1907

2000  -  Fall  -  4  -  4  -  52  -  1


Baird Heritage Display Case

2001  -  Spring  -  5  -  1  -  63  -  1


KHS Students Research C. Gordon Bell

2001  -  Spring  -  5  -  1  -  62  -  1


George Bass at 86 Looking Back But Still Keeping Up (Interview by Pat Ellebracht)

2001  -  Fall  -  5  -  4  -  75  -  7


Frank Buckingham Recollections of Kirksville and WWII (interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2002  -  Winter  -  1  -  1  -  86  -  5


Heartland Chautauqua 2002 

2002  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  96  -  4


Tom Dabney, Crocheting at 98 (interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2002  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  95  -  1


A Man for All Seasons: G.E. (Shag) Grossnickle (interviewed by Zel Eaton)

2002  -  Summer  -  1  -  3  -  103  -  5


A Giant from N. Dakota - “Dr. Max” Max T. Gutensohn, D.O

(interviewed by Pat Ellebracht).

2002  -  Fall  -  1  -  4  -  113  -  2


Adair Co. Without a Courthouse by Jennifer Van Houten

2002  -  Fall  -  1  -  4  -  115  -  5


A Freshman at Forty-Nine by Marie Motter Novinger

(interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2003  -  Winter  -  1  -  1  -  3  -  3


Rosie The Riveter Revisited/Smithsonian Exhibit on WWIII Homefront Comes to ACHS

2003  -  Winter  -  1  -  1  -  5  -  2


A Child’s Memories of WWII by Irene Weber

2003  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  11  -  1


Home Front Stories, 1941-1945 by Levenia Daniels

2003  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  18  -  1


Join the Waves? Why Not? by Mary Jane (Walker) Kohlenberg

2003  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  13  -  3


One View of the Home Front: A Child’s Perspective by Rebecca “Becky” Osborn

2003  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  17  -  2


Relections of WWII in Kirksville by Carolyn (Bagley) Harding

2003  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  19  -  1


Remembering WWII by Marjorie (Reed) Gleason

2003  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  15  -  1


WWII Home Front Happenings by Myra (Evans) Baiotto

2003  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  16  -  1


WWII Veteran & His Bride by M. Maxine (Adam) Martin

2003  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  12  -  2


Memories of WWII by Mrs. Edward R. (Marietta) Jayne

2003  -  Summer  -   1  -  3  -  24  -  3


Recollections of the Home Front by Helen J. Baker

2003  -  Summer  -   1  -  3  -  22  -  3


Standard Register - In Memorium When the Plaques Come Tumbling Down

2003  -  Summer  -   1  -  3  -  27  -  2


Strange Connections by Vera (Faurot) Burk

2003  -  Summer  -   1  -  3  -  26  -  2


William Wallace Farmer - U.S. Navy by Faye (Pickens) Farmer

2003  -  Summer  -  1  -  3  -  22  -  1


Dr. Delbert E. Maddox, The Marion County Marvel

(interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2003  -  Fall  -  1  -  4  -  36  -  4


Observations of an Octogenarian by Dr. John R. Roderick

2003  -  Fall  -  1  -  4  -  33  -  3


Kirksville Letter of 1845 Sheds Light on Adair Co.’s Role in Missouri-Iowa Border Dispute by Dean Linder

2004  -  Winter  -  1  -  1  -  44  -  6


Lowell Bond - A Self-Made Man by Betty Stephens

2004  -  Winter  -  1  -  1  -  43  -  2


Big Blow in Kirksville, Missouri, April 27, 1899 (A Poem by John R. Musick)

2004   -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  42  -  1


Boyd Brown Approaches 95 Years Old 26 Cadillacs and 19 Bulldozers (interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2004  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  47  -  3


Eunice Cleo Easley Noble A Life Long Resident of Adair County 

2004  -  Spring  -  1  -  2  -  43  -  3


Centennial Homecoming at St. Mary’s Church as Adair, Missouri

2004  -  Summer  -  1  -  3  -  57  -  1


Charles Phillip Porter - Kirksville’s Original Disc Jockey

(interview by Zel Eaton)

2004  -  Summer  -  1  -  3  -  53  -  4


Marjorie Kieborz Heinike Grasshoppers and Drought Drove us to Kirksville (interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2004  -  Fall  -  1  -  4  -  61  -  3


Palace Bakery 1907-1962 From the East Side of the Square to All Over Northeast Missouri (from Chariton Collector, April 1981)

2005  -  Winter  -  2  -  1  -  68  -  3


William George (Bill) Bondurant Grandson of the Founder of Palace Bakery (interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2005  -  Winter  -  2  -  1  -  71  -  1


Wright Tire and Appliance (Francis Wright interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2005  -  Winter  -  2  -  1  -  66  -  2


Emil Green - Former Turkey Farmer to World Traveler (interviewed by Pat Ellebracht)

2005  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  77  -  3


Only 100 Years Ago - Problems of Kirksville and Adair County

2005  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  74  -  1


The Cain Family of Adair Early Settlers in Western Adair County by Lynn Henning

2005  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  75  -  2


In the Business of Keeping Business in Business, The Chamber of Commerce, 1915-2005 by David Kriedler

2005  -  Summer  -  2  -  3  -  85  -  3


John J. Spencer, Kirksville Blacksmith by Mark Laughlin

2005  -  Summer  -  2  -  3  -  82  -  3


More on the Kirksville Letter of 1845 and the Border Dispute with Iowa by Dean Linder

2005  -  Summer  -  2  -  3  -  88  -  2


Only 100 Years Ago - Problems of Kirksville and Adair County

2005  -  Summer  -  2  -  3  -  84  -  1


Navigating Our Passages Changed Lives: Lewis and Clark Meet the West  (four programs)

2005  -  Fall  -  2  -  4  -  99  -  1


Only 100 Years Ago - Kirksville Daily Journal - 1905

2005  -  Fall  -  2  -  4  -  97  -  2


Only 125 Years Ago - The (Civil War) Reunion Kirksville Daily Journal - September 9, 1880 (Violette’s History of Adair County, p. 159)

2005  -  Fall  -  2  -  4  -  94  -  3


A Colleague Remembers Dr. David March by Robert V. Schnucker ***

2006  -  Winter  -  1  -  1  -  103  -  1


A Student Remembers Dr. David March by Lawrence O. Christenson ***

2006  -  Winter  -  1  -  1  -  104  -  2


David DeAlmond March***Passed Away Monday, December 19, 2005 ***

2006  -  Winter  -  1  -  1  -  102  -  1


Veterans of the Seventh Missouri Cavalry at the Soldiers’ Reunion of 1885 by Dean Linder

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  108  -  4


Sixty Years Ago It Happened To Me! 1946 Memories of WWII Veterans (Articles listed separately below.) 

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  111  -  5


The Longest Hour in History by Richard L. Davis, Kirksville, Missouri

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  111  -  1


Return One Doctor and Eight Nurses by Lewis Shoemaker, Novinger, Missouri

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  111  -  2


St. Lo by George Crutchfield, Brunswick, Missouri

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  112  -  1


A Story of Endurance by Joseph Goecke, Greentop, Missouri

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  112  -  1


The Initial Experience of Being Bombed by Michael G. Spanos, Cleveland, Ohio

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  113  -  1


First Mission by Orville E. Bowers

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  113  -  2


When in Rome by Ward M. Clark, Kirksville, Missouri

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  114  -  1


A Tense Moment by John H. Dixon, Kirksville, Missouri

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  114  -  2


A Five Day Pass by Dewey D. Morris, Kirksville, Missouri

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  115  -  1


Coming Home by Gregory Mihalevich, Kirksville, Missouri

2006  -  Spring  -  2  -  2  -  115  -  1


Cemetery Theatre 2006: CorporalHarvey Dix (Union) by Alan Altmansberger (actor)

2006  -  Summer  -  3  -  3  -  119  -  1


Cemetery Theatre 2006: George A. & Ardella Still portrayed by Phil & Mary McIntosh

2006  -  Summer  -  3  -  3  -  123  -  1


Cemetery Theatre 2006: John J. Spencer: Blacksmith, portrayed by Arvil Ming

2006  -  Summer  -  3  -  3  -  122  -  1


Cemetery Theatre 2006: John R. Musick, portrayed by Mac McCord

2006  -  Summer  -  3  -  3  -  121  -  1


Cemetery Theatre 2006: Nancy Sloan (not Slogan) Miller (Mrs. Otis Miller) by LaRoyce Allemang (actress)

2006  -  Summer  -  3  -  3  -  120  -  2


Cemetery Theatre 2006: Private John Kent (Confederate) by Max Glen (actor)

2006  -  Summer  -  3  -  3  -  120  -  1


Cemetery Theatre 2006: Sam M. & Ida Pickler, portrayed by Trey & Michelle Allemang

2006  -  Summer  -  3  -  3  -  123  -  1


Cemetery Theatre 2006: Thomas J. & Julia Dockery, portrayed by Dan McGurk & Mary Allemang

2006  -  Summer  -  3  -  3  -  122  -  1


From the Kirksville Daily Express, September 12, 1906: President Kirk Agreeably Surprised Enrollment at The Normal Last Night Was Four Hundred and Eighty Seven

2006  -  Fall  -  3  -  4  -  139  -  1


How Kirksville is Remembered Excerpts from a  letter from Loren and Shirley Watson, Aurora, CO February 22, 2006

2006  -  Fall  -  3  -  4  -  135  -  1


Migrations to Missouri Prior to the Civil War by David D. March, Ph.D

2006  -  Fall  -  3  -  4  -  128  -  7


Sixty Years Ago It Happened to Me: A Jungle Trip by F.A. Nutter, Jr., Alcester, S.D.

2006  -  Fall  -  3  -  4  -  136  -  2


Sixty Years Ago It Happened to Me: Riding a Troop Transport by Floyd C. Wade, Kirksville, Missouri

2006  -  Fall  -  3  -  4  -  137  -  1


Sixty Years Ago It Happened to Me: Through Tears, The Dawn by Henry A. Bammon, Callao, MO

2006  -  Fall  -  3  -  4  -  137  -  3


Battle of Kirksville Marker Dedication

2007  -  Winter  -  4  -  1  -  140  -  2


100 Year Ago from Kirksville Daily Express, May 3, 1907 “A Married Man -- Buggy Rides, Girls?” contributed by Peter McCall

2007  -  Spring  -  4  -  2  -  142  -  1


201 North Elson An Important Kirksville Address by Peter McCall

2007  -  Spring  -  4  -  2  -  143  -  1


H. Kenneth (Kenny )Weber Farm Boy Goes to Town and Leads a Multidimensional Life

2007  -  Spring  -  4  -  2  -  152  -  4


Samuel M. Pickler: A Man of Great Character by Mohammad Mozaffar

2007  -  Spring  -  4  -  2  -  144  -  2


Spur Pond by John Andrew (Andy) Stitzer

2007  -  Spring  -  4  -  2  -  150  -  3


The Cyclone - April 27, 1899

2007  -  Spring  -  4  -  2  -  149  -  1


Verdun Cupp 95 Years Old and Still Singing

2007  -  Spring  -  4  -  2  -  146  -  4


2007 Cemetery Theatre

2007  -  Summer  -  4  -  3  -  160  -  2


2007 Chautauqua at Rotary Park

2007  -  Summer  -  4  -  3  -  162  -  2


My Grandfather’s Toolbox Returned By C. James (Jim) Stroud

2007  -  Summer  -  4  -  3  -  163  -  3


Remembering the Cyclone by Gerald A. Reeves

2007  -  Summer  -  4  -  3  -  157  -  1


William (Bill) Minor - Grand Marshall Written by Rich McKinney

2007  -  Summer  -  4  -  3  -  158  -  2


100 Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, December 4, 1907 “Eat More Candy”

2007  -  Fall  -  4  -  4  -  167  -  1


100 Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, October 2, 1907 “Conscious (sic) Hurt Him; Had to Make Restitution”

2007  -  Fall  -  4  -  4  -  166  -  1


The Kirksville Country Club: Its Place in Adair County History, Frank V. Colton, Ed.D.

2007  -  Fall  -  4  -  4  -  168  -  6


100 Years Ago, January, 1908, Struck Oil Near Hurdland

2008  -  Winter  -  5  -  1  -  174  -  1


Messenger of Peace Chapel Car (currently located in Northwest Railway Museum near Seattle)

2008  -  Winter  -  5  -  1  -  174  -  1


Text on 3rd & 4th Historical Markers: Early History of Adair County, Missouri and Adair County, Missouri Courthouses

2008  -  Winter  -  5  -  1  -  182  -  2


The Rinehart News Agency By Karl Hildebrand 146 Years of Delivering the News & Preserving Kirksville’s History

2008  -  Winter  -  5  -  1  -  175  -  7


100 Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, April 1, 1908 “Poker Game Becomes a Prayer Meeting”

2008  -  Spring  -  5  -  2  -  184  -  1


100 Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, April  14, 1908

“Couldn’t Whistle Right”

2008  -  Spring  -  5  -  2  -  184  -  2


100 Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, April 8, 1908 “Wife as a Companion”

2008  -  Spring  -  5  -  2  -  184  -  1


Religion Rides the Rails (Messenger of Peace chapel car)

2008  -  Spring  -  5  -  2  -  192  -  2


Trinity Episcopal Church An Outpost on the Frontier of the Diocese of Missouri by Drs. Cole Woodcox and Maria Evans

2008  -  Spring  -  5  -  2  -  186  -  6


100 Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, August, 1908: The Old Doctor’s Birthday To-day (Dr. A.T. Still) & Made a Fast Trip (Harry Rubey), njured in a Run-a-way (Mrs. Isaac A. Novinger) and City vs. Albert Johnson (speeding)

2008  -  Summer  -  5  -  3  -  194  -  1


Cemetery Theatre (2008)

2008  -  Summer  -  5  -  3  -  196  -  2


DuKum Inn, Kirksville, Missouri, Mystique -History - Lore 1938-2008 (Pat Ellebracht interviewed Craig Shorten)

2008  -  Fall  -  5  -  4  -  198  -  2


The Linder Building by Dean Linder

2008  -  Fall  -  5  -  4  -  194  -  3


A Hundred Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, February 8, 1909 - Central Hotel Open to the Public, Bamburg Becomes Proprietor; Train Crashes Into Wabash Depot

2009  -  Winter  -  6  -  1  -  200  -  2


The Automobile in Retrospect (You Have Come a Long Way Baby) by David D. March 1911-2005

2009  -  Winter  -  6  -  1  -  201  -  7


100 Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, March 22, 1909 Negotiating for Chautauqua Music and Notice of Warning

2009  -  Spring  -  6  -  2  -  208  -  1


The Watermelon Patch by Roy L. Walker

2009  -  Spring  -  6  -  2  -  208  -  2


Bill Walker and the Bullfrog, Show and Tell in Anna Mary Brown’s First Grade at the Kirksville Willard School by Roy L. Walker

2009  -  Summer  -  6  -  3  -  217  -  3


Biography of James Fletcher, Adair County’s Revolutionary War Soldier by Gary G. Lloyd, Kirksville, Missouri

2009  -  Summer  -  6  -  3  -  211  -  2


One Hundred Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express, July 7, 1909: Circus and Carnival Will Open Monday, Elks Will Give Ball Tonight; Normal Lake Full; Another Big Rain; No Trains on the O.K. Today; Water Surrounds the Novinger Depot; Had to Move Up Stairs

2009  -  Summer  -  6  -  3  -  210  -  1


The Property of Absconded Traitors: Three Incidents of the 1861 Occupation of Kirksville by Dean Linder (Part 1 of 3 Parts)

2009  -  Summer  -  6  -  3  -  213  -  5


1938 - Motorboating on a Shoestring by Roy L. Walker

2009  -  Fall  -  6  -  4  -  226  -  2


Biiography of Thomas Lay, Jr., Adair County Revolutionary War Soldier by Gary G. Lloyd, Kirksville, Missouri

2009  -  Fall  -  6  -  4  -  227  -  3


One Hundred Years Ago, The Daily Express, October 7, 1909: Daily Express Changes Hands, Chimney Sweep Here, He Will Quit Farming (Joseph Kennedy), Everybody Busy

2009  -  Fall  -  6  -  4  -  220  -  1


The Property of Absconded Traitors: Three Incidents of the 1861 Occupation of Kirksville by Dean Linder (Part 2 of 3 Parts)

2009  -  Fall  -  6  -  4  -  221  -  6


Amateur Pilot - Lost in the Fog by Roy L. Walker

2010  -  Winter  -  7  -  1  -  230  -  4


One Hundred Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express - January 20, 1910 - “Peeping Tom” Peers into Windows on the East Side

2010  -  Winter  -  7  -  1  -  230  -  1


One Hundred Years Ago, Kirksville Daily Express - January 4, 1910 - Kirksville to Get Fire Horses -- Maybe

2010  -  Winter  -  7  -  1  -  230  -  1


The Property of Absconded Traitors: Three Incidents of the 1861 Occupation of Kirksville by Dean Linder (Part 3 of 3 Parts

2010  -  Winter  -  7  -  1  -  233  -  7


A Case of Indecent Exposure by Roy . Walker

2010  -  Spring  -  7  -  2   -  240  -  2


The Life and Times of Captain Richard Matson and the History of Fort Matson, His Adair county Namesake by Gary G. Lloyd

2010  -  Spring  -  7  -  2   -  242  -  8


Shattering the Maytag Record by Larry Smith

2010  -  Summer  -  7  -  3  -  250  -  1


Lincoln, Linder, and the Matson Slave Trial by Dean Linder

2010  -  Summer  -  7  -  3  -  251  -  2


Adair County Dramatizations (July 2010) Forest - Lewellyn Cemetery

with photo and captions

2010  -  Summer  -  7  -  3  -  253  -  1


Brashear Cemetery, Brashear (Dramatizations - 2010)

with photo and captions

2010  -  Summer  -  7  -  3  -  254  -  2


ACHS High School Award Essay

The Kirksville Tornado of 2009 by Thomas Lynch, Kirksville High School

2010  -  Summer  -  7  -  3  -  256  -  2


ACHS High School Award Essay

History of Brashear Girls Basketball, Brashear High School by Stephanie Elsea

2010  -  Summer  -  7  -  3  -  258  -  2


A Ninety-Year History (1878 to 1968), Mulberry Cumberland Presbyterian Church,

Adair County, Missouir by Anna Catherine (Brown) Motter

2010  -  Fall  -  7  -  4  -  260  -  8


Historical Tour Brings Families Together by Kathleen Barbosa (First Navigation Rally)

2010  -  Fall  -  7  -  4  -  268  -  2


Missouri's Northern Border and the Site of the Big Neck War by Gary G. Lloyd

2011 - Winter 2011  -  8  -  1  -  6


Weather Highlights of Kirksville’s Past by Travis Lang (H.S. History Award Winner)

2011   -  Summer  -  8  -  2  -  280  -  2


Notes on Rural Development and Changes in Rural Living from Missouri Historical Review by Lindsey Bangert

2011   -  Summer  -  8  -  2  -  282  -  3


Novinger Legends Come to Life (Cemetery Theater) w/Photos & Captions

2011   -  Summer  -  8  -  2  -  285  -  1


With the Twenty-Seventh Down South: Sergeant Bielby Writes Home About Jackson and Vicksburg (part 1) by Dean Linder

2011  -  Fall  -  8  -  3  -  286  -  6


Jottings from the Kirksville Daily Express by John Harker

2011  -  Fall  -  8  -  3  -  292  -  1


The Diary of Jacob Henry Shibley (1815-1902) During His Visit to Adair County (part 1) by Gary G. Lloyd

2011  -  Fall  -  8  -  3  -  293  -  3


The Diary of Jacob Henry Shibley (1815-1902) During His Visit to Adair County (part 2) by Gary G. Lloyd

2012  -  Winter  -  8  -  4  -  301  -  5


With the Twenty-Seventh Down South: Sergeant Bielby Writes Home About Jackson and Vicksburg (part 2) by Dean Linder

2012  -  Winter  -  8  -  4  -  297  -  4


Annual Report for 2011

2012  -  Winter  -  8  -  4  -  296  -  2


Christian Science in Northeast Missouri: From Rural Congregations to the Internet by Charles C. Frost

2012  -  Spring  -  9  -  1  -  306  -  6


The Diary of Jacob Henry Shibley (1815-1902) During His Visit to Adair County (part 3) by Gary G. Lloyd

2012  - Spring  -  9  -  1  -  126  -  4

The Diary of Jacob Henry Shibley (1815-1902) During His Visit to Adair County (part 4) by Gary G. Lloyd

2012  - Summer  -  9  -  2  -  316  -  5

The 2012 Navigation Rally (Photos with captions)

2012  - Summer  -  9  -  2  -  321  -  1

The 2012 Battle of Kirksville Reenactment - 150th year commemoration (one page, two photos)

2012  - Summer  -  9  -  2  -  322  -  1


The 2012 Brashear Cemetery Theater (one page, eight photos)

2012  - Summer  -  9  -  2  -  323  -  1


The Diary of Jacob Henry Shibley (1815-1902) During His Visit to Adair County (part 5- end) by Gary G. Lloyd

2012  - Fall  -  9  -  3  -  326  -  4

Celebration of the payoff of the museum building loan - large photo included (Sojourners Club had held the mortgage).

2012  - Fall  -  9  -  3  -  328  -  2

Adair County Historical Society Annual Report for 2012

2013  - Winter  -  9  -  4  -  332  -  2

Civil War Era Letters from Kirksville by Mary Ann Callison to her Brother Nicholas Page - Three letters dated August 6, 1858, August 16, 1866 and March 2, 1869

2013  - Winter  -  9  -  4  -  334  -  4

City (Kirksville) honors Civil War Veterans
2013  -  Summer  -  10  -  338  -  1

Adair County Rural Schools Reunion Termed '"Big Success"
2013  -  Summer  -  10  -  339  -  2

Past Days at Elm Grove by Glen Novinger, Jr.
2013  -  Summer  -  10  -  341  -  3

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