Box 1 - UMLD1
Box 1 - UMLD1
Record Group: 0 C
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group contains materials relating to the following topics: the Bible College of Missouri, student life, and the St. Louis World's Fair - Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904. Some of the items included in this Sub-Group are the floor plans of Lathrop and Benton Boarding Clubs, "Programme of Examinations", a YMCA bogus broadside regarding graft, special programs and announcements, including Senior Class Plays. Documentation regarding uniform examinations for admission to the Missouri Bar and enrollment and income of various State Universities and Agricultural Colleges is also included in the Sub-Group (05/1975).
This Sub Group is not divided into separate record series. Arrangement within the Sub-Group is chronological.
FF 1 - Bible College of Missouri ["Inaugural Services, January 21, 1896"; "Institute Syllabi", n.d.; "Songs for use in the Sunday Afternoon Bible Class," n.d.; Religious Emphasis Week program, 1935; "Cometh Greeting" card, ca. 1902]
FF 2 - Special Programs, Announcements, 1900-1907 [Missouri State Board of Agriculture annual meeting 1/6/1904-1/8/1904; announcement of Short Courses for Farmers 1-3/1900; Missouri State Teachers' Association annual meeting 12/27/1904-12/29/1904; "Circular Letter to the Approved Schools of the University" from R.H. Jesse 4/15/1901; Third Conference of the Presidents of the State Universities of the North Central States 4/26/1904-4/28/1904; "Views of Some Distinguished Men" (comments on "Growth in Eleven Years"); "University of Missouri Growth in Thirteen Years"; State Historical Society annual meeting, n.d.; Schiller Memorial Exercises 5/9/1905; Gymnastic Society program 4/1/1904; Alumni Luncheon menu 6/7/1907; luncheon menu 2/11/1905]
FF 3 - St. Louis World's Fair - Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904 [Includes flyers and broadsides of activities on MU campus]
FF 3A - 3 copies of booklet, University of Missouri at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition], 1904
FF 4 - Student Life, 1902-1906 ["Programme of Examinations" 5/23/1902-5/31/1902; Class Day Exercises, 6/2/1902; "University of Missouri Boarding Club Dormitory No. 2" (Lathrop Hall) floor plan, 6/1/1902; "University Boarding Club Benton Hall" floor plan, 5/1/1904; "Programme of Examinations", 5/23/1904-6/1/1904; Stephens Medal Contest program 5/28/1904; Senior Class Play "What Happened to Jones", 5/30/1904; "Headquarters YMCA April 10, 1905 General Orders" bogus broadside regarding graft; Annual Mock Trial, 5/16/1905; Senior Play "The Grafters", 6/5/1905; "University Dining Club Board for Summer School Students", 6/5/1906; "Read Hall: The Dormitory for Women"(house rules, rental information and rates, and floor plans, n.d.)]
FF 5 - "Brief Digest of Collateral Inheritance Tax Law of Missouri", n.d.; "Some Arguments in Favor of Uniform Examinations for Admission to the Bar" and "What Some Members of the Missouri Bar Think of Such a Law", (n.d.)
FF 6 - Postcards, ca 1913. Three hand-colored, 6" x 8" postcards depicting Lathrop Hall, Jesse Hall, and the Engineering Building. [Produced by the Albertype Co. of Brooklyn, N.Y.]
OSF 1 - Oversized posters: World's Fair Assembly (1904); "Divine Service" (1905); Washington's Birthday Assembly (n.d.); Official Ground Plan for the World's Fair in St. Louis from Nugents Dry Goods Store (1904); United States of America - Universal Exposition - Saint Louis, 1904 - Commemorating the Acquisition of the Louisiana Territory - Commemorative Diploma: Richard H. Jesse - for distinguished services in promoting the International Congress of Arts and Science (ca. 1904); United States of America - Universal Exposition - Saint Louis, 1904 - Commemorating the Acquisition of the Louisiana Territory - The International Jury of Awards has conferred a Grand Prize upon R. H. Jesse as Collaborator with the University of Missouri (ca. 1904)
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