Box 1 - UMLD1
Box 1 - UMLD1
Record Group: 1 C
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group is divided into three record series. Series One contains correspondence arranged topically and alphabetically. Series Two contains general construction and contract records arranged topically. Series Three contains photographs arranged alphabetically.
FF 1 - Harry T. Chapline Company
FF 2 - Crosby Company (Botany, Greenhouse, and Conservation Laboratory)
FF 3 - Crosby Company
FF 4 - J. Louis Crum Heating and Cooling (Student Health Center, Mechanical Arts Building, Journalism, Education, Engineering, Home Economics, and Conservation Laboratory)
FF 5 - J. Louis Crum
FF 6 - Dawson Heating and Plumbing (Library Building)
FF 7 - Dawson Company
FF 8 - Dickie Construction Company
FF 9 - Dickie Construction Company, 1936
FF 10 - Dickie Construction Company, 1937
FF 11 - Dickie Construction Company, 1937
FF 12 - Dickie Construction Company Extra Invoices
FF 13 - Dickie Construction Company (Education Building)
FF 14 - Education Building
FF 15 - John Epple Construction Company (Engineering Building)
FF 16 - John Epple Construction Company (Engineering Building)
FF 17 - John Epple Construction Company (Home Economics Building)
FF 18 - John Epple Construction Company (Home Economics Building)
FF 19 - John Epple Construction Company (Mechanical Arts Building, and Parker Hospital)
FF 20 - A.D. Gates Construction Company
FF 21 - Edwin F. Guth Company
FF 22 - To J.E. Hathman, Contractor
FF 23 - From J. E. Hathman, Contractor
FF 24 - E.A. Holscher Office Furniture
FF 25 - Equipment and Miscellaneous (Home Economics Building)
FF 26 - Incomplete Items for Various Buildings
FF 27 - Indiana Limestone Corporation - Matthews Brothers Company
FF 28 - From Industrial Heating and Plumbing
FF 29 - To Industrial Heating and Plumbing
FF 30 - Robert W. Hunt, Jr.
FF 31 - Journalism Building
FF 32 - Kansas City Natural Slate Company
FF 33 - To Kellerman Construction Company (Library Building)
FF 34 - From Kellerman Construction Company (Library Building)
FF 35 - A. A. Klutho Company
FF 36 - W. J. Knight and Company
FF 37 - A. F. Koedding Jr.
FF 38 - H. A. Dailey Inc.
FF 39 - A-M Miscellaneous Correspondence (To)
FF 40 - N-Z Miscellaneous Correspondence (To)
FF 41 - A-M Miscellaneous Correspondence (From)
FF 42 - N-Z Miscellaneous Correspondence (From)Series Two - General Records
FF 1 -Notifications to Begin Work
FF 2 - Otis Elevator Company
FF 3 - Phellan-Faust Paint Manufacturing Company
FF 4 - Pickel Stone Company
FF 5 - Pittsburg Testing Laboratory
FF 6 - John L. Platt Electric Company (Mechanical Arts Building, and Journalism Building)
FF 7 - Proceed Orders
FF 8 - Public Works Administration
FF 9 - Remington, Rand Inc., Book Stacks (Library Building)
FF 10 - Richardson Electric Company (Engineering Building, and Library Building)
FF 11 - Richardson Electric Company
FF 12 - Hartley T. Richardson Electric Company (Home Economics Building and Memorial Tower)
FF 13 - Herb Roth
FF 14 - Inventory of Salvage Materials (Benton Hall, ROTC, and Cafeterias)
FF 15 - W. J. Rode and V. A. Boeke (Correspondence Reports)
FF 16 - S. C. Sachs Inc.
FF 17 - Shapleigh Hardward Company (Mechanical Arts Building, Journalism Buildings, and Education Building)
FF 18 - J. Sheehan Plumbing Company (Library Building)
FF 19 - Simmons Hardware Company
FF 20 - Stadium Seating
FF 21 - Stewart Brothers (Mechanical Arts Building)
FF 22 - B. F. Sturtevant Company
FF 23 - Swallow Hall
FF 24 - Taylor-McDonald Company
FF 25 - Telegrams
FF 26 - West Campus Water Line, J. A. McBride Mechanical Equipment Company
FF 27 - Journalism Building
FF 28 - McAlester Hall, Medical Building, 1920
FF 29 - McAlester Hall, Medical Building, 1922
FF 30 - McAlester Hall, Medical Building, 1924
FF 31 - McAlester Hall, Medical Building, 1930
FF 32 - Miscellaneous, 1921-1938
FF 33 - Observatory Building, 1920-1921
FF 34 - Painting, 1936
FF 35 - Power Plant, 1921, 1938-39
FF 36 - Jamieson and Spearl General
FF 37 - Jamieson and Spearl General, 1953-1954
FF 38 - Jamieson and Spearl (Agricultural Building), 1949-1954
FF 39 - Jamieson and Spearl (General Air Conditioning)
FF 40 - Jamieson and Spearl (Arena)
FF 41 - Jamieson and Spearl (Athletic Cafeteria)
FF 42 - Jamieson and Spearl (Brewer Tablet)
FF 43 - Jamieson and Spearl (Building for Registrar, Counseling Service, and Public Information)
FF 44 - Jamieson and Spearl (Chemistry Building)
FF 45 - Jamieson and Spearl (Bleachers and Field House)
FF 46 - Jamieson and Spearl (Classroom Building)
FF 47 - Jamieson and Spearl (Classroom Building)
FF 48 - Jamieson and Spearl Commencement
FF 49 - Jamieson and Spearl (Crowder Hall)
FF 50 - Jamieson and Spearl (Dormitories)
FF 51 - Jamieson and Spearl (Womens' Dormitory A)
FF 52 - Jamieson and Spearl (Defoe Hall)
FF 53 - Jamieson and Spearl (West Dormitory)
Series Two - General Records (cont'd)
FF 1 - Jamieson and Spearl (Engineering Laboratory)
FF 2 - Jamieson and Spearl, Mr. Fred Hammond
FF 3 - Jamieson and Spearl (Industrial Arts Building)
FF 4 - Jamieson and Spearl (Jesse Auditorium), 1948-49
FF 5 - Jamieson and Spearl (Jesse Auditorium), 1950-53
FF 6 - Jamieson and Spearl (Jesse Auditorium), 1954-55
FF 7 - Jamieson and Spearl (Library Building)
FF 8 - Jamieson and Spearl (Library Expansion)
FF 9 - Jamieson and Spearl (Little Theater)
FF 10 - Jamieson and Spearl (Livestock Pavilion)
FF 11 -Jamieson and Spearl Transcript of Conference with Contractors and Members of Business Office on Medical Science
FF 12 - Jamieson and Spearl (Memorial Union Building), 1944-1950
FF 13 - Jamieson and Spearl (Memorial Union Building), 1951
FF 14 - Jamieson and Spearl (Memorial Union Building), 1952-1953
FF 15 - Jamieson and Spearl (Musical and Dramatic Arts)
FF 16 - Jamieson and Spearl (Mumford Hall)
FF 17 - Jamieson and Spearl (Nurses Dormitory), 1954-1955
FF 18 - Jamieson and Spearl (Phosphate Treating Tank)
FF 19 - Jamieson and Spearl Pictorial Map
FF 20 - Jamieson and Spearl (Power Plant)
FF 21 - Jamieson and Spearl (President's House)
FF 22 - Jamieson and Spearl (Pressure Reducing and Superheating Station L & H)
FF 23 - Jamieson and Spearl (Quonset Hut West of Storeroom A)
FF 24 - Jamieson and Spearl (Read Hall)
FF 25 - Jamieson and Spearl (Rothwell Gymnasium)
FF 26 - Jamieson and Spearl (ROTC Building)
FF 27 - Jamieson and Spearl (Sanitary Sewer)
FF 28 - Jamieson and Spearl (Slaughterhouse)
FF 29 - Jamieson and Spearl (Stadium), 1949-1950
FF 30 - Jamieson and Spearl (Tate Hall)
FF 31 - Jamieson and Spearl (Television Station)
FF 32 - Jamieson and Spearl (Underground Steam Distribution System)
FF 33 - Jamieson and Spearl (Veterinary Buildings)
FF 34 - Jefferson Hotel
FF 35 - R. J. M. Field Desk
FF 36 - Organizational Chart R. J. M. Field Desk
FF 37 - Teaching Hospital - Change Orders R. J. M. Field Desk
FF 38 - Miscellaneous R. J. M. Field Desk
FF 39 - R. J. M. Personnel
FF 40 - Secretary Mr. Cowan R. J. M. Field House
FF 41 - R. J. M. Field Desk Daily Record
FF 42 - Easement for Athletic Fields on East Side, Electric
FF 43 - Cattle Barn - Easement for Deep Well
FF 44 - Survey of College Avenue Extension Proposal - Easement
FF 45 - East Dormitories
FF 46 - Married Student Apartments
FF 47 - Easements and Land Descriptions for West Men's Dormitories
FF 48 - Easements for Women's Dormitory
FF 49 - Paul and Dorothy DuLard - 740 Easement
FF 50 - Faculty Housing
FF 51 - Fences
FF 52 - Genry Hall
FF 53 - Golf Course
FF 54 - Hinkson Sub-Station Site Arrangement
FF 55 - Route K
FF 56 - Land Descriptions
FF 57 - Metal Buildings South of Stadium
FF 58 - The Missouri Utilities Company
FF 59 - Research Park
FF 60 - Poultry Farm
FF 61 - Sewer Easement
FF 62 - Sewer Improvement Plan
FF 63 - Television Station
FF 64 - Stadium Road Portion of Columbia's Outer Loop (Highway 740)
FF 65 - Street Widening Program, 1955
FF 66 - Student Union Alterations and Additions
FF 67 - Teaching Hospital
FF 68 - Drop Inlets Turner Street and Rollins
FF 69 - Survey
FF 70 - Easement for Electrical Underground Lines
FF 71 - Underground Steam System
FF 72 - Water Drainage
FF 73 - Water Line
FF 74 - Water Pollution Laboratory - Research Park Survey of Site
Series Two - General Records (cont'd)
FF 1 - Building Removal, Oscar Roberts, 1967-1976
FF 2 - Mall Project Correspondence, n.d.
FF 3 - Mall Project, B.D. Simon Approval File
FF 4 - Mall Project Financial Folder
FF 5 - Mall Project, Vouchers and Change Orders 1-6
FF 6 - McAlester Hall Remodeling, B.D. Simon, Estimated Costs Lists, Vouchers, Miscellaneous
FF 7 - McAlester Hall Remodeling, B.D. Simon, Proposed Revision and Correspondence
FF 8 - McAlester Hall Remodeling, Wabash Drilling
FF 9 - McAlester Hall Remodeling, B.D. Simon, Change Orders 1-19, Lists of Alterations
FF 10 - Parker Hall Additions and Alterations, B.D. Simon, Vouchers
FF 11 - Parker Hall Additions and Alterations, B.D. Simon, Approval File, General Correspondence, Lock and Keying Systems
FF 12 - Parker Hall Additions and Alterations, B.D. Simon, Vouchers, Progress Report, Revised Budget
FF 13 - Parker Hall Additions and Alterations, B.D. Simon, Change Orders
FF 14 - Space Utilization Survey, 1960
FF 15 - Storm Sewer Trunk Evaluation, Route 740 and Stadium
FF 16 - Board Papers, 06/1955-08/1957
FF 17 - Board Papers, 01/1958-10/1962
FF 18 - Board Papers, 01/1963-10/1965
FF 19 - Board Papers, 01/1966-05/1967
FF 20 - Price Fixing and Anti-Trust Legislation, 1969
Series Two - General Records (cont'd)
FF 1 - Air Quality, 1970-1972
FF 2 - Arts and Science Classroom Building, 1959
FF 3 - Botany Building, 1966
FF 4 - Buildings and Structures Owned by MU, 1966
FF 5 - Business Office Addition, 1973
FF 6 - Old Chemistry Building Renovation, 1974
FF 7 - New Chemistry Building, 1967
FF 8 - Columns Proposed Lighting Scheme, 1966
FF 9 - Curtis Hall Addition, 1968
FF 10 - Dormitories, 1955-1968
FF 11 - Electrical System, 1946, 1963
FF 12 - Engineering Buildings, 1971
FF 13 - Fire Station, 1964
FF 14 - Garage, Service and Repair Building, 1966
FF 15 - General Services and Warehouse Building, 1962
FF 16 - Geology Building, 1962
FF 17 - Industrial Arts Building, 1959
FF 18 - Journalism Building Addition, 1959
FF 19 - Laboratory Animal Center, n.d.
FF 20 - Missing, 09/19/89
FF 21 - McAlester and Whitten Halls, 1961
FF 22 - McHaney Hall Construction, n.d.
FF 23 - Mechanical Arts Building, 1971
FF 24 - Medical Center, 1966-1973
FF 25 - Multi-Purpose Complex, 1967
FF 26 - Parking and Traffic, 1967, 1973
FF 27 - Power Plant, 1948-1973
FF 28 - Research Park, 1962, 1970
FF 29 - Research Reactor, 1960-1968
FF 30 - Social Science Classroom Building, 1967
FF 31 - Old Sociology Building, 1970
FF 32 - Space Science Research Center, 1965-1969
FF 33 - Stanley and Gwynn Halls, 1962
FF 34 - Storm Sewers, 1971
FF 35 - Student Union, 1960
FF 36 - Swallow Hall, 1969
FF 37 - Swimming Pool, 1962
FF 38 - Switzler Hall, 1971
FF 39 - Tate Hall, 1958
FF 40 - Technical Education Services Addition, 1966
FF 41 - Veterinary Clinic, 1959
FF 42 - University System Building, 1967
FF 43 - Water Treatment Program, 1967
FF 1 - Academic Hall, n.d. and Short Course Class of 1908
FF 2 - Aerial View: Agriculture Buildings, 08/09/1955
FF 3 - Aerial View: Countryside surrounding campus, 08/09/1955
FF 4 - Aerial View: Hospital and vicinity, 08/09/1955
FF 5 - Aerial View: Jesse Hall, Francis Quad, and Columns, 08/09/1955
FF 6 - Aerial View: Married Student Apartments, 08/09/1955
FF 7 - Aerial View: Memorial Union, Library and vicinity, 08/09/1955
FF 8 - Aerial View: Power Plant, 08/09/1955
FF 9 - Aerial View: Rothwell Gymnasium, 08/09/1955
FF 10 - Aerial View: Stadium and vicinity, 08/09/1955
FF 11 - Agriculture Buildings, n.d.
FF 12 - Agriculture Buildings, cont'd, n.d.
FF 13 - Animal House, n.d.
FF 14 - Auditorium (proposed), n.d.
FF 15 - Old Business and Public Administration Building, n.d.
FF 16 - Brewer Field House, n.d
FF 17 - Business Office Personnel, ca. 1946-1947
FF 18 - Chemistry Building (old) and Chemistry Lab, n.d.
FF 19 - Climatic Lab, n.d.
FF 20 - Columns, ca. 1966
FF 21 - Commencement 1949 (including pictures of President Harry S. Truman) and 1950
FF 22 - Conway Hall, ca. 1950
FF 23 - Cowan and Fire Chief: pointing to article about student deaths due to fire, n.d.
FF 24 - Crowder Hall: both outside building and students eating in cafeteria, ca. 1946
FF 25 - Curtis Hall, n.d.
FF 26 - Defoe Hall: outside shots of building and students in rooms and lounges, ca. 09/1948
FF 27 - Dorm Furnishings: photos of furniture and lounges in typical dormitories, n.d.
FF 28 - Dwellings Owned by the University: photos of houses in Columbia--addresses on backs, ca. 1948
FF 29 - Education Building, n.d.
FF 30 - Engineering Building, n.d.
FF 31 - Fire Hazards: most appear to be in Jesse Hall, n.d.
FF 32 - Garages, n.d.
FF 33 - Gentry and Johnston Halls (womens' dormitories): photos of rooms and students in lounges , ca. 1948-1950s
FF 34 - Greenhouses, n.d.
FF 35 - Gwynn Hall, n.d.
FF 36 - Hill Hall site, n.d.
FF 37 - Horticulture Grounds, Midway Missouri, n.d.
FF 38 - Industrial Arts and Navy Headquarters, n.d.
FF 39 - Jesse Hall and Auditorium, n.d.
FF 40 - Old Lathrop Hall, n.d.
FF 41 - Lefever Hall, n.d.
FF 42 - Library Building, n.d.
FF 43 - Lots Owned by University (plots of land and houses owned by MU, addresses on backs), n.d.
FF 44 - Lowry Hall, n.d.
FF 45 - Machinery and Maintenance Buildings, n.d.
FF 46 - McAllister Hall, n.d.
FF 47 - McKee Womens' Gymnasium, n.d.
FF 48 - Medical Center, construction progress, 1953-1954
FF 49 - Medical Center, construction progress, 1955
FF 50 - Medical Center, construction progress, 1956
FF 51 - Memorial Stadium, n.d.
FF 52 - Memorial Union, n.d. and Tower Construction, ca. 1950
FF 53 - Mid-Missouri Mental Health Center, architect drawings, n.d.
FF 54 - Multiple Building, drawing, n.d.
FF 55 - Neff and Walter Williams Halls, n.d.
FF 56 - North Gate, n.d.
FF 57 - Noyes Hall, n.d.
FF 58 - Old Observatory, n.d.
FF 59 - Ordinance Plant, Nebraska photos, n.d. (Related to TD-3 and TD-4 including press release), ca. 1983
FF 60 - Power Plant, n.d.
FF 61 - Power Plant, construction progress, 1954-1956
FF 62 - Read Hall, n.d.
FF 63 - Reservoirs East and West, n.d.
FF 64 - Rogers Canning Company, ca. 05/1953
FF 65 - ROTC Warehouse, n.d.
FF 66 - Rothwell Gymnasium, n.d.
FF 67 - Scene Shop, n.d.
FF 68 - Schlundt Hall, n.d.
FF 69 - Schweitzer Hall, n.d.
FF 70 - Smith (Governor) Student Government Association Tour, n.d.
FF 71 - Stewart Hall, n.d.
FF 72 - Student Health Clinic, n.d.
FF 73 - Swallow Hall, n.d.
FF 74 - Switzler Hall, n.d.
FF 75 - Tate Hall, n.d.
FF 76 - Temporary Buildings (multiple in same shot), n.d.
FF 77 - Temporary Building 1 (T-1 or TD-1), n.d.
FF 78 - Temporary Buildings 2 and 3, n.d.
FF 79 - Temporary Buildings 4, 5 and 6, n.d.
FF 80 - Temporary Building 6, n.d.
FF 81 - Temporary Building 7, n.d.
FF 82 - Temporary Building 8, n.d.
FF 83 - Temporary Building 12, n.d.
FF 84 - Temporary Building 13, n.d.
FF 85 - Temporary Building 14, n.d.
FF 86 - Temporary Buildings 15 and 16, n.d.
FF 87 - Temporary Building 17, n.d.
FF 88 - Temporary Building 18, n.d.
FF 89 - Temporary Building 19, n.d.
FF 90 - Temporary Buildings 20 and 21, n.d.
FF 91 - Temporary Building 22, n.d.
FF 92 - Temporary Buildings (dorms and faculty housing), ca. 1946-1956
FF 93 - University Springs, n.d.
FF 94 - Veterinary Buildings, ca. 1921
FF 95 - Warehouse, n.d.
FF 96 - Waste Disposal Plant, n.d.
FF 97 - Waters Hall, n.d.
FF 98 - Well Drilling, n.d.
FF 99 - Whitten Hall, ca. 06/1927
FF 100 - Wildlife Conservation Building, n.d.
FF 101 - Womens' Athletic Field, n.d.
FF 102 - Proposed Medical School and Hospital (Jamieson and Spearl), 1954
Series Three - Photographs (cont'd)
FF 1 - Athletic Fields, 1956
FF 2 - Business and Public Administration Building, 1958
FF 3 - Engineering Addition, 1958
FF 4 - Jesse Hall Auditorium
FF 5 - Married Student Apartments
FF 6 - McDavid and McReynolds Halls, construction, 1956-1958
FF 7 - Men's Dormitory (Probably Baker-Park/Gardner-Hyde), Women's Dormitory, 1957-1958
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