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         Missouri Libraries:     more books (100)
  1. Pentecostal periodicals in the Assemblies of God libraries and archives in Springfield, Missouri: A union list by Larry L Haight, 1983
  2. Winston Churchill Cookery Book by Winston Churchill Memorial & Library, 1977
  3. Conversations With American Novelists: the Best Interviews From the Missouri Review and the American Audio Prose Library by American Audio Prose Library, 1997-01-01
  4. Public Library Service in Missouri A Survey by et al Turner, 1962
  5. Special Resources of Southwest Missouri Libraries by Mildred, Compiler Smith, 1977-01-01
  6. Catalog of the Law Department of the Missouri State Library. by Author Unknown, 2009-04-27
  7. List of serial publications received at the library of the Missouri botanical garden by Missouri Botanical Garden. Library., 1899-01-01
  8. Starting and Operating a Business in Missouri (The Successful business library) by Michael D. Jenkins, 1994-06
  9. Missouri (Portrait of America Library) by Kathleen Thompson, 1985-10
  10. Washington university serial list: Inventory of serial publications in the collections of the library of Washington university...& libraries of Washington ... school & Missouri botanical garden... by Winthrop Holt Chenery, 1915-01-01
  11. Missouri Palace (Linford Western Library) by Susan Jackson Rodgers, 1999-06
  12. Missouri (America the Beautiful. Third Series) by Jean F. Blashfield, 2008-09
  13. Missouri Clinical Record, Volume 1
  14. A chronology and bibliography of wildlife in Missouri (The University of Missouri bulletin) by Daniel McKinley, 1960

61. University Of Missouri Library
Home, Contact Mike Corlee Email MU libraries Web CommitteeLast revised 02/12/03 Copyright © Curators of the University of missouri.
Text Version This page will not display or function properly if you have disabled JavaScript in your browser. Please go to the text version of this page or enable JavaScript in your browser. Express Forms Ask a Question Book Request (ILL) Journal Request (ILL) Dissertation Request (ILL) Distance Learning Article Request Library Instruction Renew Books View Circulation Record April/Poetry Month Database: LION
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The Heart of the University: MU Libraries

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62. Southwest Missouri State University
Research affiliations Center for Research libraries.
Wednesday, April 09, 2003, 8:02:18 PM CST
Southwest Missouri State University Campus news and events

4/9/03 MAPS Presents Deborah Slayton More detail Information for:
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Academics Welcome
to Missouri's public affairs university. SMSU offers more than 150 undergraduate and 42 graduate academic programs. We're committed to helping students succeed in their own lives and as active citizens. We invite you to discover how SMSU can serve your needs. Site index a b c d ... z Select a category or use advanced search Entire web site Department names Course web pages Enter keyword: Contact information 901 South National Avenue Springfield, Missouri 65804 SMSU is an EO/AA institution Last Modified: March 24, 2003

63. Eighth Circuit Libraries Directory
libraries in the United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit, open to members of the 8th Circuit bar. missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, and North Dakota.
Eighth Circuit Libraries Directory
Eighth Circuit libraries are open to members of the Eighth Circuit bar by 8 th Circuit Rule 47F. Others should check with the local librarian for access policies. ST. LOUIS HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY BRANCH LIBRARIES Des Moines, Iowa Fargo, North Dakota Kansas City, Missouri Lincoln, Nebraska ... Library Home

64. MOBIUS: Linking Missouri's Academic Libraries
MOBIUS, also known as the missouri Bibliographic Information User System, is a consortium of academic libraries with over fifty member colleges and universities in the state of missouri.
The MOBIUS Union Catalog contains the holdings of over fifty member colleges and universities in the state of Missouri.
MOBIUS, the Missouri Bibliographic Information User System, is a consortium of the academic libraries of over fifty colleges and universities in the state of Missouri.

65. MBG: Library Home
One of the world's finest botanical libraries. Of special interest are the online rare books. Research Home Support MBG Research Search ...
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Welcome to the Library at the Missouri Botanical Garden
The Missouri Botanical Garden Library is one of the world's finest botanical libraries. Founded in 1859 by Henry Shaw, the library is an essential part of the Garden's research program. It is used in conjunction with the herbarium by Garden research staff, botany students, and visiting scientists from around the world. Horticulturists, landscape designers, historians, biographers, and Garden members also use the library. Contact Info: Street Address: Located on the fourth floor of the Monsanto Center, 4500 Shaw Blvd. St. Louis, MO, USA 63110 Phone: (314) 577-5155; Fax: (314) 577-0840 Guidelines for Use Access to the Collections: 1. Library hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. 2. Books may be checked out only by Garden staff or under the sponsorship of a staff person. 3. Visitors will be given an I.D. badge by security and must wear it during their visit.

66. Welcome To MOREnet | MOREnet
Coordinates computer and Internet projects that serve schools, libraries, communities, state government, and other notfor-profit entities.
About Calendar Online Resources Programs ... Site Map
Welcome to MOREnet
The Missouri Research and Education Network (MOREnet) provides Internet connectivity, access to Internet2, technical support, videoconferencing services and training to Missouri's K-12 schools, colleges and universities, public libraries, health care, state government and other affiliates. Go to more information About MOREnet
Front page announcements, also on your Community page. April MOREnetworking now online Presenter deadline April 15: 2003 Missouri Educational Technology Conference Student Exhibit deadline April 15: 2003 Missouri Educational Technology Conference Winners of technical survey drawing announced
What is Your Community? Select the user community that best reflects your relationship with MOREnet. Higher Education K-12 Educators Librarians MOREnet Affiliates ... Job Seekers
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The missouri State Plan may be amended by a twothirds majority of the missouriFederal Depository libraries, with each library having one vote.
I. Introduction The Missouri State Plan is designed to assist the Federal Depository Libraries in the State in meeting the obligations, goals and objectives of the Federal Depository Library Program. It is a supplement to, not a replacement for, the Instructions to Depository Libraries , and the Federal Depository Library Manual The Missouri State Plan, it's amendments, and any actions taken to implement the Plan must comply with all of the applicable provisions of 44 U.S.C. Pts. 1901 et seq. If there is any conflict between those statutory provisions and the Plan, Chapter 19 must take precedence. The provisions of the Plan are deemed severable. Therefore, should any provision or amendment be determined to be void for any reason, the Plan should be read as if the voided provision or amendment were not a part thereof.
II. Organization/Responsibilities/Governance
This section outlines the general responsibilities, organizational structure, and governance of the Federal depository libraries in Missouri.
A. Selective Depository Libraries

68. SWALL (Southwestern Association Of Law Libraries)
An official regional chapter of the American Association of Law libraries. Covers Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
The SWALL Website has moved to

69. Genealogy: Missouri Genealogy Sites
missouri genealogy information including surnames, look ups, marriage records, census sites, biographies, death records, military, and libraries to help with your missouri genealogy research in your search for your ancestors. Search our Marriage Records Database for missouri marriage records.
Search for Ancestors Internet Under $10
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Missouri Genealogy
Missouri genealogy sites with surnames, look ups, marriage records, census sites, biographies, death records, military, and libraries to help with your Missouri genealogy research in your search for your ancestors. Search our Marriage Records Database for Missouri marriage records.
Marriage Records Marriage Records Database Kentucky Marriages Missouri Marriages North Carolina Marriages ...
Submit Marriages
New records are automatically posted in the Marriage Records Database. As we accumulate enough to fill a page for a specific area, and as time permits, they will be moved to that page
To correct errors use Submit Marriages add a record which will be posted with the old one. To add your email address to a record, use Submit Marriages, it will be added to the old record. Genealogy Detective Search Census Images Internet Answering Machine ... Genealogy on eBay! State Resources Sites
  • A Guide to Missouri Genealogy
    Look ups, societies, publications available from societies and individuals, lost female ancestors queries, and related links for genealogy research in Missouri.

70. Images From The 1876 Report
Selected accounts from the Bureau of Education report 'Public libraries in the United States of America Their History, Condition, and Management'.
Images From The 1876 Report
Charley Seavey
School of Information Science and Learning Tchnologies
University of Missouri
Page written summer, 1998
While at the University of Arizona 1876 was a banner year for libraries in the United States. Almost every introductory course in schools of library and information science will list all the things that happened in that year:
In No Particular Order:
1. The American Library Association is founded. Library Journal is founded. 3. The first edition of the Dewey Decimal Classification is published. 4. Custer got creamed. 5. The U.S. Bureau of Education publishes Public Libraries in the United States of America: Their History, Condition, and Management, widely referred to as the 1876 Report The title page for the 1876 Report is the background image for this and succeeding pages, and is reproduced in more legible form here Most librarians, even the non-historically minded, need no introduction to the first four events listed above. Well, ok, number 4 is a ringer. The others are all still with us, albeit in rather different form than their 19th Century origins. The 1876 Report is rather a different matter. It is, to be sure, widely cited. Jesse Shera and Sidney Ditzion in writing on public libraries make extensive use of the document.[

71. Dunklin County Library Webpage
Kennett, MO. Serves several branch libraries in the bootheel of missouri. Each branch is represented on this site with a page detailing hours and location. Site also includes some links to Internet resources.

72. Grain Valley Branch - MCPL
The library serves Greater Kansas City missouri with 30 branch libraries in three counties, including Grain Valley.
Related: Branch Locations Holiday Closings Grain Valley Branch
110 Front St.
Grain Valley, MO 64029-9308
Phone 816-228-4020
Librarian: Mary Reeder Directions Map (10K PDF) Picture
Follow I-70 eastbound to the Grain Valley exit. Turn right (south) onto Route AA, and got 0.4 miles to Front Street. Turn right. The library is 1/2 block ahead on the right. Research Databases Reader's Advisory Web Resources KidsWeb ...
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73. Camden County Library At Lake Of The Ozarks, Missouri
The Library District serves the Lake of the Ozarks region in missouri with 6 branch libraries. Headquarted in Camdenton, missouri.
Camden County Library District
Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
Among materials, services and programs provided are these: Audio books Videos for all ages Board books for toddlers Story-times for pre-schoolers Copiers (all branches, fee charged) Interlibrary loan service FAX machines at all branches
(fee charged) Internet Public access computers
at all branches Magazines, newspapers and census on microforms with reader/printer available (Camdenton only, fee charged) Summer Reading Program for pre-schoolers through middle school, including many free activities TDD - telecommunications device
for the deaf (Camdenton only) Storytime for Preschoolers
Branches and Hours
Camdenton Library
On the square
Mon. 9 am - 8 pm
Tu. - Fri. 9 am - 5 pm
Sat. 9 am - 5 pm
Climax Springs Library
In the Community Center Tu. - Th. 10 am - 5 pm Sat. 9 am - 1 pm Macks Creek Library On Hwy. 54 Mon. Wed. Fri. 9 am - 5 pm Sat. 9 am - 1 pm Osage Beach Library On Lake Road 54-24 Tu. - Fri. 10 am - 5 pm Sat. 9 am - 1 pm Stoutland Library On First Street Sat. 9 am - 1 pm

74. Antioch Branch - MCPL
MidContinent Public Library serves Greater Kansas City missouri with 30 branch libraries in three counties.
Related: Branch Locations Holiday Closings Antioch Branch
6060 N. Chestnut
Gladstone, MO 64119-1847
Phone 816-454-1306
Mon - Thur 9-9, Fri 9-6, Sat 9-5
Librarian: John Jasumback Directions Map (11K PDF) Picture
Follow I-435 north to Highway 210. Head west on Highway 210 and exit onto northbound Chouteau Trafficway. Follow Chouteau Trafficway to Antioch Road, and turn right (north). Follow Anitoch Road to 60th Street (there is no light), and turn right. Go one block to Chestnut, and turn left. The library is on the left in the middle of the block. Research Databases Reader's Advisory Web Resources KidsWeb ...
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75. Literary Pilgrimages
Travels to some of the places that Mark Twain lived and worked, including his Hartford, Connecticut home and Hannibal, missouri.
Hannibal's two most renowned citizens are immortalized in a downtown park. I've followed Mark Twain all around the world - it seems like anywhere I've been, he got there first. So far my favorite spots with Twain connections are Maui (He loved the place so much that he couldn't even write while he was there), Lake Tahoe, Virginia City, and Paris (which he hated).
Virginia City managed to give a flavor
of what it must have been like in the 1860's.
The city is built along the side of a mountain,
so each street is even with the rooftops
of the street before - you could imagine how Twain
made his famous rooftop dance with Artemus Ward.
We played the slots in the Mark Twain saloon
and my wife experienced the kind of luck
that Clemens was blessed with:
the good news was that she got 7 plums in a row.
The bad news was that she only bet a nickel. Betting 35 cents would have netted her a thousand dollars. We did win enough to pay for the train ride to the next town. At the Territorial Enterprise offices, there is a toilet seat in the printing room with the sign "Mark Twain sat here."

76. Mid-Continent Public Library
Serving suburban Kansas City, missouri with 29 branch libraries in three counties.
Tax Forms and Information SEARCH our catalog , the internet , our website Reader's Advisory - Recommended reading lists, awards, series, book clubs Genealogy and Local History - Family history charts, researchers, links and more Programs and Events - Schedules of branch programs for all ages Branch Locations - Contact information, hours, maps and directions Online Catalog - Search and request items we own, and check your account Research Databases - Online resources for homework and research... remote Web Resources - Librarian-selected websites, guides and search engines Kid s Web - Fun and educational websites for pre-school to sixth grade kids About the Library
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Annual Reports
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77. University Libraries At University Of Missouri-St. Louis
Research Affiliations Center for Research libraries.
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78. Daniel Boone Regional Library
Partnership of libraries in Boone, Callaway, and Howard counties.
about the library program calendar online catalog my library account ...
Put It in Writing @ Your Library
Writing Workshop at CPL Friends of the Library Book Sale this April DBRL Receives $75,000 Grant
from Missouri State Library A message from the Library Director
Daniel Boone Regional Library
P.O. Box 1267 Columbia, Missouri 65205 about search online catalog ... reference services Updated: 08 April 2003 Confidentiality Policy Internet Access Policy USA Patriot Act 2001

79. SMSU Libraries
searchable catalog of volumes and periodicals, building hours, newsCategory Reference Education Southwest libraries and Museums...... SMSU Home Copyright © 2002 Board of Governors, Southwest missouri State UniversityMaintained by Library Science Program, Site Map.

General Information

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Last Modified: Tuesday, April 08, 2003

80. Missouri Library Network Corporation (MLNC)
MLNC provides OCLC services only in the state of missouri. libraries in other states,primarily Illinois, may be MLNC members in order to use our nonOCLC
OCLC Organization and Governance OCLC Members Council Networks and Services Centers Directory Contents
Missouri Library Network Corporation (MLNC)
Missouri Library Network Corporation 8045 Big Bend Boulevard, Suite 202 St. Louis, MO  63119-2714 Phone: (314) 918-7222; toll-free (800) 969-6562 Fax: (314) 918-7727 Web site: Susan Singleton, Executive Director Hours of operation:  Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Central Time
1. Governance
Missouri Library Network Corporation (MLNC) is an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation incorporated in the state of Missouri.  MLNC’s mission “ is to organize and deliver to its member libraries and other contracting entities OCLC-based information services, related electronic services and content, and training in the management and use of information.” An eleven-member Board of Directors, elected to three-year staggered terms, governs MLNC. The Board normally meets three times a year.  Each MLNC Full Member institution designates a voting representative, all of whom are eligible for election to the Board of Directors. Elections are held by mail, fax, or electronically in March of each year.  Board terms run from July to June.  Board officers (president, vice president, secretary and treasurer) are elected in July of each year and serve one-year terms.
2. Service Area

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