1840 1929 dating old photograph
Chet was instrumental in organizing the photo collection when the Society moved into the current headquarters.
The Photo Archivist's Selection of the Month is an ongoing online feature!
The diversity of collection has made it an excellent resource for researchers, historians, educators, publishers, students, authors, film makers, graphic designers, interior decorators, businesses, and others.
The Photo Archives have a long history of voluteers. Davis Stamford Historical Society Distinguished Service Award 2000 was presented to Chet Buttery.
Here are several sites that can help you put your aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents on the right branches of your family tree.
Topics include evening attire, fashion accessories and even bathing costumes and undergarments.
The collection embraces visual images in a wide variety of formats.
In addition to early and modern prints, there are daguerreotypes, tintypes, ambrotypes, stereographs, postcards, carte de visite and cabinet cards, films and glass plate negatives, and 35 mm slides.
These materials provide researchers an insight into the lives of Missourians and the development of organizations and businesses throughout Missouri.
Description of manuscript collections and the contents you may discover in these collections are available through finding aids.
Location (city or country, US or abroad) and income level can also impact a woman’s style choices.