|ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPT
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AND ARCHIVES,
DUANE G. MEYER LIBRARY MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY
- Records of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers (B.L.E.),
Ozark Division No. 83, 1871-1954.
Collection Number LA 2. 1.5 Linear Feet.
- Records of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company (Frisco)
- Over 1,000 bound volumes of Frisco Interstate Commerce
Commission (ICC) reports and Record of Property Change (RPC)
books from 1918 to 1974. The RPC cover wide geographical
area including Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee,
Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri.
- Over 100 c.f. of shop files from the 1940s to the 1970s.
Includes diagrams and schematics (including painting diagrams)
for a broad range of railroad equipment from railroad cars
to tools and fittings.
- Other materials include Frisco maps, stationery, labor
agreements, and publications.
WESTERN HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS - ROLLA
- R087. Joplin
Ledger, 1877. One volume. MICROFILM
- R088. Kansas
City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad Company.
Records, 1869-1895. Four volumes. MICROFILM.
- R090. Kansas
City and Memphis Railway and Bridge Company.
Ledgers, 1888-1894. Two volumes. MICROFILM.
- R091. Kansas
City, Clinton and Springfield Railway Company.
Records, 1892-1918. Two volumes. MICROFILM.
- R096. Sapulpa
and Oil Field Railroad Company.
Ledger, 1918-1925. One volume. MICROFILM.
- R098. Kansas
City, Memphis and Birmingham Railroad Company.
Ledger, 1917-1946. One volume. MICROFILM.
- R362. St.
Louis-San Francisco Railway Company.
Historical records, 1859-1980. 635 items in 56 cartons.
- R449. Gideon-Anderson
Lumber & Mercantile Company.
Papers, 1901-1985. Twenty-one folders. MICROFILM.
- R456. Frisco
Souvenir programs, 1915-1921. One folder.
- R816. St.
Louis-San Francisco Railway Company.
Promotional booklets, 1925. One folder.
- "The Frisco Family of Railroads," by Alan Schmitt. OzarksWatch
(Vol. VII, No. 2, Fall 1993 / Winter 1994).
Aboard. St. Louis, Mo.: The St. Louis-San Francisco Railway
Co. Microfilm. (V.1, No. 1 (Jan., 1948)-V. 7, No. 12 (Dec.,
1954); V. 8, No. 2 (Feb., 1955)-V. 8, No. 6 (June, 1955); V.
8, No. 10 (Oct., 1955)-V. 8, No. 12(Dec., 1955).
Aboard. St. Louis, Mo. Published for members of the Frisco
Folks of the Frisco Railroad Museum, Inc. (June 1986--). BiMonthly.
Folks; Stories and Pictures of the Great Steam Days of the Frisco
Road (St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company) by William E.
Historical Relationship of Springfield, Mo. and the Frisco RR by
H. A. Baker, 1961.
of the Frisco by Eula Mae Stratton, c1962.
to Frisco Archives by Western Historical Manuscript Collection,
In Color by Louis A. Marre and Gregory J. Sommers, c1995.
St. Louis-San Francisco Transcontinental Railroad; the Thirty-fifth
Parallel Project, 1853-1890 by H. Craig Miner, c1972.
to the Historical Records of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway
Company and Its Predecessor, Subsidiary, and Constituent Companies by
Brenda S. Brugger, compiler; Mark C. Stauter, editor and project
director; John F. Bradley, Jr., project advisor, 1989.
Car Shop: Freight Car Diagrams by Frisco Railroad Museum,
Locomotive Diagrams, 1940-1980 by Frisco Railroad Museum,
Depot Diagrams: Eastern Division by Frisco Railroad
Museum, Inc., c1994.
Depot Diagrams: Northern Division by Frisco Railroad Museum,
of the Frisco by the Frisco Railroad Museum, Inc., 1989.
Locomotive Diagrams, 1880-1943 by Frisco Railroad Museum,
Passenger Car Diagrams, 1947-1955 by Frisco Railroad Museum,
Steam Finale, 1946-1952 by Lloyd E. Stagner, c1995.
Locomotives of the Frisco Line by Lloyd E. Stagner, c1976.
Diesel Power by Louis A. Marre and John Baskin Harper, c1984.
Power: Locomotives and Trains of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway,
1903-1953 by Joe G. Collias, c1997.
and Fins on the Frisco by St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad
Company, Passenger Dept., .
Present, Future of the Frisco System and the Ozark Region,