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Call Number: RH MS 1185
Overview This collection contains an enlarged photocopy of the original March 1, 1911 incorporation document showing the formation of The Western Automobile Indemnity Association of Fort Scott, Kansas, plus numerous other photocopied documents pertinent to the evolution of said Association. Said collection also contains a rare litho document printed by Heinicke-Fiegel for The Western Automobile Indemnity Association of Fort Scott, Kansas. Said item appears to be an un-issued certificate or certificate...
Dates: 1911 - 1929
Call Number: RH MS 1231
Overview This collection includes information on Everett Samuel Dellinger and contains his story writing and biographical information. The records include a pulp fiction magazine, censuses, and related memorabilia such as photographs and obituaries. Also included is biographical information on Dale E. Dellinger and correlated articles and photographs.
Dates: 1933 - 2010
Call Number: RH MS 1191
Overview This collection includes a copy of Boot and Shoe RECORDER, The Great National Weekly, October 17, 1925 which contains a prize winning essay by Mrs. Marie Armentia Dellinger Snyder Otto. Also included are photographs of Marie and obituary notices.
Dates: 1925 - 2004
Call Number: RH MS 1259
Overview Dr. David Arthur Otto’s Ph.D. dissertation for the University of Missouri is a study of the Middle Pennsylvanian coal ball petrifactions found in Cherokee County, Kansas. The study examines three hundred coal balls, revealing 26 genera of plants. The flora examined by Dr. Otto reveal that the site of his study was a swamp during the Middle Pennsylvanian Period. This Ph.D. dissertation identifies a number of previously unidentified Kansas coal ball flora as well as compares Middle...
Call Number: RH MS 1258
Overview David A. Otto's Master of Science in Biology dissertation focuses on the Middle Pennsylvanian flora in the Kansas coal fields. His research lists and describes the fossilized species found in the Buildex Quarry of Franklin County, Kansas, determines the numbers and types of Middle Pennsylvanian flora in Kansas, and makes the information usable for classrooms. The pages of his dissertation contain documentation of his research and findings, as well as maps and photographs taken of the quarry,...