If you can identify any of the people in any photos that are not labeled, please feel free to write to me with the information. Please put Rootsweb - BUCHANAN County Photos in the Subject.
Contribution from Ramona Cote
- Unknown couple - Ramona Cote sent this photo and wrote:
"I have a photo of a couple believed to be from the Rushville, Buchanan Co., MO area as that is where my paternal grandparents were from. There's no one left in the family that would know who these two people are. It appears the picture may have been taken in the 1920's or 30's at a studio either in Atchison, Kansas or St. Joseph, MO. They seem to have some American Indian features, but all my family were of English/German/Irish descent. The woman could possible be a McKinney from the area, but this is only a guess when I compare to some other pictures in the family photo box. Thanks for any help you might give to solving this mystery.
If you can identify this couple please notify Ramona Cote at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributions from Norman Grant Hilt
If you are able to identify either of the two people who are members of the Hilt family you may contact Norman Grant Hilt.
Contributions from Charles Shaw
The following pictures came from the Melvin Pike family and were contributed to this website by Charles Shaw, who would like to find out who the people are in the pictures. If you have any information please contact me or Charles Shaw. One of the photos is signed to Annie and Louis from Mr. and Mrs. Pike. Any information at all would be appreciated.
- Picture 1 - unknown woman
- Picture 2 - unknown family; photo taken in Plattsburg, Missouri
- Picture 3 - unknown man; photo taken in Plattsburg, Missouri
- Picture 4 - James A. and Minnie Roberts, children of Edward Foster and Sarah (Mitchell) Roberts; photo taken in Plattsburg, Missouri.
- Picture 5 - unknown man
- Picture 6 - unknown man; may be same man as 5 some years later
- Picture 7 - unknown couple
If you have any information about this girl, please contact email@example.com. I would like to add the information about the families to the website for other people's use.
Contributions from Sue Sayre
The following pictures in this first section are of a radio star who sang in St. Joseph, Missouri on radio station, KFEQ. The pictures were in a souvenir program and one of them was autographed. The souvenir program belonged to Mary Alice Sayre, who was from Sullivan County, Missouri.
- Little Anne - autographed picture
- Little Anne with her guitar
- KFEQ Radio Program of Little Anne's radio show
If you have any information about this girl, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. I would like to add more information about this girl to the website.
Contributions from Susan N. Stice
These were in photographs belonging to my Grandmother who was born (1912), and died (1999) in Cass County, Missouri. I have not found anyone with the surnames noted on the photos to be in our family but it is always possible that they are relatives. Some of the surnames associated with my Grandmother would be Long, Nokes, McCormick, Gordon, Gustin(e), Stice, Richardson, Beard, Havener, Sulser, Ford."
- Howard Hampton
- Jessie Spicer
- Doc "Bugs"
- Unidentified woman 1
- Unidentified woman 2
- Unidentified man
- Unidentified baby
- Faucett Presbyterian Church - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Mt Zion Presbyterian Church - contributed by Donna Osborn - Photo and program
- Aerial view of W. H. Faucett Home - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Building Highway 71 - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Historic pictures of St. Joseph, Missouri, Additional Site that has - link to Rick Drozd' website (not part of Rootsweb). - Use "BACK" button to return to this website.
- Flood of 1952, Winthrop, Missouri - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Flood of 1952, Winthrop, Missouri aerial view - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Medal (Front side) from Zaporozhian Sich Society/Brotherhood - contributed by Maryjane Stelmach Honner
- Medal (Back side) from Zaporozhian Sich Society/Brotherhood - contributed by Maryjane Stelmach Honner
- River Boat on Missouri River - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Avery, Charles and Mary - contributed by Renee Genovese - Charles Avery was born in Saratoga County, New York in about 1857; he later moved to St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri sometime between 1880 and 1900. By 1900 he was married and lived in St. Joseph, Missouri at least until 1930. He was a teamster and in later years a clerk at a dry goods store.
- Buchanan County Harvesting Crew - contributed by Terry Woodruff and Karen Stith
- Cook Family: Florence Beeson, Thomas J. and Marie; Marie married Alan Marbut and lived in Denver, Colorado - contributed by Tom Miller
- Cook Family: Fredereka Cook married Fleming EDWARD Miller (grandson of Fleming Mitchell Miller). Fleming Edward Miller was born in Buchanan County. His parents were Finis Miller and Elizabeth Ricketts. Fredereka was born in Carmel, Indiana, and moved to St. Joseph with her family in the 1910s. Sometime after their marriage, Fredereka and Fleming moved to Kansas City and lived there most of their lives. They moved to Denver, CO, after retirement. Both died in Boulder, CO - contributed by Tom Miller
- Knight, Florence Knight - photo has been rescued by Shelley Cardeil - if you have information please e-mail Shelley - Shelley Cardiel [email@example.com]
- Marler, Charlie Marler and construction equipment building Hwy 371 near Faucett, MO - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Marler, Charlie Marler and Dallas "Stick" Osborn working on tobacco harvest - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Miller, Reverend Fleming Mitchell, Minister of Berming Cumberland Presbyterian Church - contributed by Tom Miller
- Miller, Finis Arthur and Elizabeth, "Notice of 57th Wedding Anniversary" dated 1940 - contributed by Tom Miller
- Palmer - Dinwiddie Family Picture: James Knox Polk Palmer and Sarah Ellen Dinwiddie family. The inlaw surnames of the photo are: Knapp, Boles, Glass, Hale, Sollars, Reddick and Stallsworth. Photo take about 1915. - contributed by Amberlee Moore
- Stanton,Tom, Blacksmith from Faucett, Missouri - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Unidentified Boy - contributed by Donna Pfitzner
- Unidentified Girl - contributed by Donna Pfitzner
- Loren Melvin Wilson - contributed by Donna Pfitzner
- 3rd north from Felix Street scene - contributed by Donna Osborn from Library of Congress
- 4th and Felix Street "The New York Racket" Dry Goods and Millinery [shows employees] - contributed by Donna Pfitzner
- 5th and Edmond Street scene - contributed by Donna Osborn from Library of Congress
- 6th and Felix Street scene - contributed by Donna Osborn from Library of Congress
- 8th south from Felix Street - contributed by Donna Osborn from Library of Congress
- Faucett Milling Company - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Foundry in St. Joseph, Missouri - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Masonic Temple ca. 1916 - St. Joseph, Missouri
- Lake Contrary Carousel - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Lake Contrary Roller Coaster - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Lake Contrary Roller Coaster - Picture 2 - contributed by Donna Osborn
- St. Joseph Livestock Exchange Building - contributed by Patsy Scheer
- Tom Stanton's Grocery Store, Faucett, Missouri - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Union Station in St. Joseph, Missouri
- Elwood School - contributed by Norman & Lyle Hodges
- Faucett School Class of 1934 - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Faucett School Class of 1935 - contributed by Linda Hughes
- Faucett Class Pictures, Class of 1935 - contributed by Linda Hughes
- Halleck School Class of 1904 & list of students in photo - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Jones School Souvenir - cover with photo of teacher- contributed by Marilyn Dahlberg
- Jones School Souvenir - page 3 - list of class of 1919 - contributed by Marilyn Dahlberg
- Koeling Basketball team ca 1937 - contributed by Larry Gardner Boyd
- Lone Star School ca 1900 to 1905 - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Lone Star School 1917 - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Pickett School circa 1918 to 1920 - contributed by Jill A Fockler
- South Park School 1920 -
Rubyann Thompson Darnell Identification of some of the people
in the photo:
Front Row: (Seated Left - right) Orvil Bradford (Doctor, head of Veteran's Hosp, Tenn), Paul Wheeler (res 3003 29th St), Brady "Donkey" Duncan (many years District Attorney in St Joe), unknown female, Bessie Owens, Delores Pierpoint, Orion Simpson, Woodson Johnson (son of doctor), Henry Stout, Ople Wayne "Tommy" Thompson, Roy Boor (age 13, res Garfield Ave).Back row (Left to right) Dorothy Osborne, Nina Price, Fannie Boor (twin of Annie), Gladys Phillips, Bonnie Prichard, Teacher Alma Hollenback, Nellie Goodwin, unknown female, Hilda Stone (res 2811 29th St), Annie Boor (twin), Hazel ?, Florence Inman (res Garfield Ave)
- Unidentified School Class of 1919 - may be Halleck, Faucett or Wallace School - contributed by Karen Stith
- Unidentified School Class of 1922 - may be Halleck, Faucett or Wallace School - contributed by Karen Stith
- Unidentified School Class of 1927-28 - may be Cox School - contributed by Karen Stith
- Valley Chapel School Class of 1923-24 - contributed by Marilyn Dahlberg
- LFM Baseball Team - contributed by Donna Osborn
- Thames Women's Baseball Team - contributed by Larry Boyd
- St. Joseph Women's Baseball Team 1937-38 - contributed by Larry Boyd
If you have pictures of people or places pertaining to Buchanan County, Missouri to add to this site please e-mail: Sharlene Miller