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This collection consists of materials related to Edwardsville, Illinois, Edwardsville High School, and local events from 1916-1926.
Edwin Dorsey was a longtime union official in the Local 618 International Brotherhood of Teamsters. He helped found the local union in 1933 with Melroy Horn and was an active officer during the peak of the organized labor movement in the 1970s.
The Edwin Dorsey Papers contains newspaper clippings, photos, scrapbooks, and correspondence related to Edwin Dorsey's role in the labor movement and the history of the Missouri Teamsters.
Installment payment receipt to Lucinda Schugart from the State Bank at the Branch of Edwardsville, Illinois, signed by Elijah Iles in 1822. Iles was one of the first settlers of Springfield, Illinois and served in the State Senate from 1826-1834.
The collection contains programs for the Memorial Service held each November and Lovejoy Week held each June. It also includes the group's membership and financial records and the minutes of its meetings. Also included are six scrapbooks relating to the Lovejoy Memorial.
Transcript of taped interview with Eva (Faessler) Weissenbach on her family's history who emigrated from Switzerland to Illinois and eventually to Belleville, Illinois area. The interview was by Delta Masterson of the Lovejoy Library, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville staff.
This collection contains correspondence between Gershom Flagg and his son Willard Cutting Flagg relating principally to the Flagg farm and its daily operation. Also included are account books, family journals/diaries and memorabilia. Gershom Flagg's letters were published in Pioneer Letters of Gershom Flagg edited by Solon J. Buck.
This collection consists of photocopy records of the journals of Fred Lippert, state mine inspector for Madison, Monroe, Clinton, Randolph, and St. Clair counties. It also includes daily reports, expense accounts, and miscellaneous data on mines.
This collection consists of materials related to Frederick William Voget, cultural anthropologist and American Indian ethnologist whose research focused on the Crow Tribe. Voget was a professor emeritus of anthropology at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
This collection contains records related to the centennial celebration for Glen Carbon, Illinois.
This collection consists of office files and personal papers of Gordon D. Bush, Commissioner of Public Property, East St. Louis, Illinois during the administration of Mayor James Williams, 1971-1975.
This collection contains miscellaneous materials relating to Dr. Emil Geulich (Gulich) of Alton, Illinois. It includes copies of a history of the Guelich family, a biogrpaphy of Dr. Emil Guelich, photos, civil war letters plus miscellaneous items. The Guelich family came from Schleswig-Holstein. Dr. Emil Guelich, a graduate of the St. Louis Medical College, served as surgeon in the Civil War, an Alderman in Alton, and President of the Alton Board of Education.
This collection consists of letters from G.W. Lamaster to his wife, Matilda, written from Union Army camps and describing camp life and religious practices.
This collection includes materials collected by Hap Meyer, 1889-1974, pertaining to the evolution and history of soccer. Most significantly, Meyer collected materials from Thomas W. Cahill, often referred to as "The Father of American Soccer". These materials include Spalding Soccer Football Guides from the early twentieth century.
This collection contains the papers of Harold A. Wright of Belleville, Illinois. Wright was an active member of the local labor movement and the National Association of Letter Carriers Merged Branch 155 for 56 years. Wright also helped found the Belleville Labor and Industry Museum. This collection consists of local trade union organization records, bulletins, and correspondence.
This collection includes the personal and working papers of labor leader Harold J. Gibbons (1910-1982). Included are extensive records of St. Louis Local #688, Teamsters Annual Charity Shows records, and records of Gibbons's community projects including the St. Louis Civic Alliance for Housing.
The Wirz-Laesser Collection contains photocopies of documents relating to Heinrich Wirz and Adolph Laesser including immigration, travel documents, certificates, death notice of Wirz who was a half brother of Laessser. Wirz emigrated from the canton of Aargan, Switzerland to Belleville, Illinois. Also includes lodge membership, naturalization papers of Adolph Laesser who was the father of Hilda Stoehr
This collection contains the papers of the Hoiles family, particularly of Charles Douglas Hoiles. The Hoiles family was a respected family from the Metro-East, Illinois region. Charles Hoiles helped in the success of his family's bank, The State Bank of Hoiles and Son, and served as a member of the Illinois State legislature.
This collection contains an examination of title to lots in David Henry's subdivision of the south 7 acres east of Chicago and Rock Island Railroad from Lena A. Huggler, daugher of the previous owners of the title, Jacob and Christiane Huggler.
This collection contains materials produced by the Illinois Society of Professional Engineers, St. Clair Chapter from 1934-1996.
- East Saint Louis (Ill.) 7
- Edwardsville (Ill.) 7
- United States -- History -- Civil War 7
- St. Clair County (Ill.) 6
- Coal mines and mining -- Illinois and Missouri 5
- Madison County (Ill.) 4
- Metro-East (Ill.) -- History 4
- Alton (Ill.) 3
- East Saint Louis (Ill.) -- History 3
- Labor Unions 3
- Leclaire (Edwardsville, Ill.) 3
- Oral History 3
- Belleville (Ill.) 2
- Farms -- Illinois 2
- Highland (Ill.) 2
- Icarian Movement -- History 2
- Nauvoo (Ill.) 2
- Soccer -- History 2
- Alton (Ill.) -- History 1
- American Association of University Professors 1 + ∧ less
- English 117
- French 3
- German 3
- Croatian 2
- Slavic languages 1