1 edition of Mercantile Library Association of St. Louis. found in the catalog.
Mercantile Library Association of St. Louis.
St. Louis Mercantile Library Association.
|LC Classifications||Z733.S138 H|
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|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||08026559|
Though the Mercantile Library is the oldest library west of the Mississippi the St. Louis Lyceum was the first collection of books that was circulated amongst community members and continues to make up a large portion of the libraries archives, or stacks. The library’s collection continued to grow for years since then, with very detailed. The resources selected for this collection come from the St. Louis Mercantile Library at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Founded in , the Mercantile Library is the oldest library west of the Mississippi River and has deep and far reaching collections related to the history, growth, and development of St. Louis and Missouri.
Saint Louis University Library. The St. Louis University Library contains many books relating to the history of St. Louis. These works are divided between the reference collection, and the Archive, which is located in the St. Louis Room. Many books on the development of St. Louis written during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Abstract. Though published in January of , the cover indicates that it is a report of the library's activities for the year This is a change in format from the previous decade of annual document contains the annual report for the St. Louis Mercantile Library Association and the twelfth annual report of the Board of Directors of the Mercantile Library .
The St. Louis Mercantile Library, founded in in downtown St. Louis, Missouri, was originally established as a membership library, and is the oldest extant library west of the Mississippi River. Since the library has been housed at the University of Missouri-St. Louis as a Special Collections library within the Thomas Jefferson Library. Organizers are expecting up to 1, art and rare-book collectors to pack this year’s St. Louis Mercantile Library Fine Print, Rare Book and Paper Arts Fair at the University of Missouri–St. Louis. The number of dealers has increased to 25 this year and includes a fine-art gallery in Chesterfield, Mo.
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The task of the Mercantile Library as a research library is to make its collections, which have come to concentrate on Western Expansion and the history, development, and growth of the St. Louis region and of the American rail and river transportation Mercantile Library Association of St.
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Louis Mercantile Library Association, Kate Emery Jones: : BooksFormat: Paperback. Louis was home to many artists who were married to artists. This exhibition features works by Gustav and Hazel Goetsch, Fred and Mildred Carpenter, Philip and Mary Gronemeyer, and more.
Audubon and Beyond: Collecting Five Centuries of Natural History at the St. Louis Mercantile Library. On Level One November 6, - June 2, Get this from a library. Report of a survey of the St. Louis Mercantile Library: for the St.
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Louis Mercantile Library: A Handbook to the Collections An Anniversary Publication. Funded by the St. Louis Mercantile Library at the University of Missouri, St. Louis, this prize encourages scholarship in the bibliography of American history and literature. Awarded every three years, the prize brings a cash award of $2, and a year’s membership in the Society.
The next prize will be awarded in January St. Louis Mercantile Library, Saint Louis, MO. likes. Established in by civic leaders and philanthropists, the Mercantile exists today as a vibrant community, cultural asset.
It is the. Mon-Fri: 9AMPM Sat: 10AM-3PM Upcoming events and activities at The Mercantile Library Walnut Street, 11th Story Cincinnati, OH Parking & Directions Join or donate today and be part of what makes The Mercantile Library so. The Mercantile Library Association of St. Louis, the oldest library west of the Mississippi, was founded in Originally housed at Main and Pine, the Library moved to this location inoccupying a two story Italianate building.
In that building was demolished, and a larger and more substantial replacement was erected on the same site. Mercantile Library Books Digitized books (monographs) belonging to the general collections of St. Louis Mercantile Library, the Herman T. Pott National Inland Waterways Library, the John W.
Barriger III National Railroad Library, the UMSL University Archives and the Thomas Jefferson Library. Catalogue Systematic And Analytical Of The Books Of The Saint Louis Mercantile Library Association by St.
Louis Mercantile Library Association, Catalogue Systematic And Analytical Of The Books Of The Saint Louis Mercantile Library Association Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. About the Library The Mercantile Library occupies the 11th and part of the 12th stories of The Mercantile Library Building in the heart of downtown Cincinnati and is one of nearly two-dozen surviving membership libraries in the United States.
SinceThe Mercantile Library. The St. Louis Mercantile Library Association has, since its founding, collected, preserved, interpreted, and provided access to broad collections of Americana and cultural history, rare books, fine art, river and rail history, and historic regional business records and newspapers.
The special collections of the St. Louis Mercantile Library consist of over individual collections with archival materials numbering in the millions, including over historic newspaper titles, presidential letters, early travel diaries and civil war era letters, fur trade records and the newspaper and printing morgue of the St.
Louis Globe Democrat, some of which is available. Louis Mercantile Library Association. Catalogue, systematic and analytical, of the books of the Saint Louis Mercantile Library Association. Louis: Printed for the Association by R.P.
Studley, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward William Johnston; St. Louis Mercantile Library Association. The University of Missouri St. Louis Mercantile Library has collections that concentrate on Westward Expansion, American rail and river transportation history as well as the history, development, and growth of the St.
Louis region, and broadly developed subjects related to the humanities, with a core collection numbering overbooks. Mercantile Library may refer to. New York Mercantile Library (), former name of the Center for Fiction, New York City, New York; Mercantile Library Association (Boston, Massachusetts) () Mercantile Library of Cincinnati (), Cincinnati, Ohio, also known as Young Men’s Mercantile Library; Mercantile Library Association (), Baltimore St.
Louis Mercantile Library. Book/Printed Material Fragment of Col. Auguste Chouteau's narrative of the settlement of St. Louis. A literal translation from the original French ms., in possession of the St. Louis mercantile library association. THE MERCANTILE LIBRARY is the oldest cultural institution in St.
Louis and will be celebrating its th anniversary in two years. On Ap it will hold a giant fund-raiser at Union Station, says Maffitt Bates, who should know, as he's an old-time Mercantile board member.
found: Cultural cornerstone, t.p. (materials for an exhibition and a guide for the rededication and opening of the Mercantile Library on the Campus on the University of Missouri--St. Louis) t.p. verso (St. Louis Mercantile Library at the University of Missouri-St. Louis) p.
(Timeline;members of the St. Louis Mercantile Library Association voted to. Brief Description: The St. Louis Mercantile Library Association was founded by James E. Yeatman and received its charter in The library acquired 2, volumes its first year and had over members. In it moved to a new building at Fifth and Locust Streets.
By then its membership had grown to and its books to 10,St. LOUIS MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION; FOUNDED [artist's name:] E. B. BIRD; Description Text surrounded by scrollwork border and roundels with Missouri state seal, Native American, river boat, and buffalo.
Note Very badly discolored by collector's glue Rights. Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.St Louis Mercantile Library Association Quick Facts. place. Saint Louis, MO Summary. Programs + Results. Financials. Operations. Mission. SUPPORT AND ADVISE THE ST.
LOUIS MERCANTILE LIBRARY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - ST. LOUIS. Ruling Year Main Address. 1 University Blvd.
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