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This exhibit, , can be seen online at: https://mo.gov/archives/mdh_splash/default? Some complete collections are available on the Missouri Digital Heritage website at
The Archives' Flickr page ( contains sample sets of images from most collections.
The dam was built by the Union Electric Light and Power Company of St. The collection also documents the workers, the buildings erected for housing and other needs and views of areas around the dam site. coll=bagnell) The collection consists of photographs and newspaper clippings detailing events in the World War II-era army base located near Neosho. Other photographs depict aspects of camp life, such as training drills, banquets, the predominantly German POWs at work and activities within the Neosho community. coll=crowder) Charles Elliott Gill was one of the countless amateur photographers who emerged in the 1880s with the advent of more simplified cameras and manufactured glass plate negatives.
The Capitol Construction Commission was created to organize the building for the current statehouse.
Photographers were responsible for documenting all phases of road building, bridge construction, viaduct and overpass construction and traffic at major intersections statewide.
In addition to documenting Missouri's urban and rural infrastructures, this collection captures parks and recreation areas, historic buildings and important events.
This collection, In 1987, Missouri photographers submitted photographs to be considered for a special feature photo essay in the Official Manual.
The Official Manual Photo Contest has continued to amass work by photographers from all corners of the state for each succeeding Official Manual.