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Families -- Missouri -- Saint Louis

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:

Astroth Family Papers

Identifier: A3156
Scope and Contents The papers contain various certificates, diplomas, and ephemera relating to three generations of the Frank Henry Astroth family dating from 1888 to 1956. Also included are letters written by Frank Bolte Astroth while serving in the U.S. Infantry from 1917 to 1919 during World War I. The papers are arranged alphabetically by individual name. Family members represented in the papers include Frank Henry Astroth, his son Frank Bolte Astroth, his daughters Anna W. Astroth and Helen...
Dates: 1888-1956; Majority of material found within 1917-1919

Dr. J. Owen and Joy Blache Family Collection

Identifier: P1053
Scope and Contents The Dr. J. Owen and Joy Blache Family Collection contains snapshots, studio portraits, and photo albums showing Dr. Julian Owen Blache, Director of Pathology at Homer G. Phillips Hospital; Joy Pettiford Blache, a graduate of the Homer G. Phillips School of Nursing; and their children, Frank and Joan Blache. The photographs document the lives of a well-to-do African American family in St. Louis, largely during the period of the 1940s through the 1960s. Photographs show Frank and Joan as...
Dates: 1909-1992

Jean Ingram Brookes Papers

Identifier: A0182
Scope and Contents The collection consists of letters, newspaper clippings, and ephemera. The correspondence consists primarily of letters received by Jean Ingram Brookes from her immediate family, friends, and academic associates. The letters contain family news, discussions of international affairs, and some discussions of current affairs such as the Great Depression, World War II, and the assassination of Robert Kennedy. The letters give insight into the family's...
Dates: 1928-1975

Carr-Papin Family Papers

Identifier: A0235
Scope and Contents The Carr-Papin Family Papers consist of records relating mostly to Judge William C. Carr of St. Louis and the allied family lines of Silas Bent and fur trader Joseph Marie Papin. The papers include miscellaneous records related to William C. Carr’s law practice, assorted personal and family records, business records, and land records of several generations of the Carr, Bent, and Papin families. The Walter Carr Papers Series...
Dates: [1776]-1877

William Glasgow Bruce Carson Photograph Collection

Identifier: P0968
Scope and Contents The William Glasgow Bruce Carson Photograph Collection contains photographs and two albums showing members of Carson's extended family from ca. 1860 to ca. 1982, with most photos taken between 1870 and 1935. William G.B. Carson's family is descended from St. Louis's first mayor, William Carr Lane, and family members were involved in prominent social circles. Most of the images are individual studio portraits, often of children, and family group portraits and snapshots. Many of the portraits...
Dates: ca. 1860-ca. 1982; Majority of material found within 1870-1935

Robert Horne and Elizabeth Sewall Charles Papers

Identifier: A0263
Scope and Contents The Elizabeth Sewall and Robert Horne Charles Papers mainly document the couple's adult life in college (1935-1936) through their marriage and child-rearing years in St. Louis (1938-1960). In addition to these papers is a scrapbook, apparently compiled by Robert Horne Charles' mother Mrs. Benjamin Horne Charles of St. Louis, which records the life and times of the Horne family of Keokuk, Iowa, and the Charles family of St. Louis, Missouri, during the years...
Dates: 1884-1937

Crow Family Papers

Identifier: A0342
Scope and Contents

The collection includes Crow family personal and business correspondence, receipts, accounts, and other papers. The collection includes a few documents relating to the Civil War.

Dates: 1849-1870

Culli Family Papers

Identifier: A2269
Scope and Contents The papers consist primarily of correspondence from various family and friends, addressed to Mrs. Raymond L. Culli, especially between 1940 and 1948. These letters generally express how the families are, with some mentioning World War II, St. Louis professional baseball, and inflation. Other items include postcards, business papers and various miscellaneous papers, which include correspondence without envelopes and/or missing pages of the letter. Additionally, there is a small group of...
Dates: 1910-1960s

Doud Family Papers

Identifier: A0397
Scope and Contents

The collection includes a variety of documents of the Doud family including correspondence, invitations, stock certificates, programs, and circulars. Includes papers relating to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows; the death of Odd Fellows member Richard Randolph in 1915; the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904 (St. Louis World’s Fair); and Miss Minnie Green and the Green family of Mt. Vernon, Illinois.

Dates: 1880s-1936

Conrad Theodore Fehlig Diaries

Identifier: A3222
Scope and Contents The collection consists of four personal pocket diaries kept by Theodore Fehlig from the years 1902, 1904, 1912, and 1913. The majority of the entries are written in English, but a few entries in the 1902 diary and an enclosed newspaper clipping are in German. The diaries are arranged chronologically. Most of the entries focus on daily weather conditions, farming activities, and family members. Fehlig used the memoranda and accounts pages at the end...
Dates: 1902-1913