Vol. VIII, No. 1, 1995

Preserve Historical Documents and Papers

Do you have old family papers, ledgers, letters, deeds, business papers, etc.? They may be valuable pieces in the vast puzzle of Ozarks history. The Samuel Baker Papers, given to the Center for Ozarks Studies by a grandson, William Giles Baker, provide an important element in this issue, "Samuel Baker's Animal Medicine."

An archive of Ozarks papers and documents is being created at the Center for Ozarks Studies. Consider assuring the preservation and utilization of your valuable documents. Endowments of money to assist in their cataloguing and housing are welcome too. Endowments will be deposited with other Center funds in the SMSU Foundation. Contact the editors for more information.


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