Museum of Missouri Military History Opened to the public 1 April 1999. Historical files on Missouri’s military history and Soldier’s and Airmen files dating back to 1900.
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Opened to the public 1 April 1999
history and Soldier’s and Airmen files dating back to 1900.
Various historical files about unit histories, historical lineage and honors, SED reports, and MO State Guard. All files are available for research in the Museum office
1939 “Yearbook” of the MONG. This is one of the most used resources in the Museum
Story of the 139th INF in WWI
The 35th INF DIV at Camp Robinson- PEC today
Excellent source of material about the
MO Air Guard
Bound Historical Materials
Various types of archival documents in the Museum’s collection. These items are currently being sorted and placed in acid free file folders. It is hoped that some day the documents will be scanned into a searchable database.
Field training program for the 110th EN BN
Letter to MG Shepard from St. Joseph official about the flooding in 1953
Oath of office for Samuel Smiser from 1938
Letter from St. Joseph area Representative thanking the MONG for their support in SED efforts.
Photographs and plans from SED in the early 1950’s. These items are in the archives at the Museum of Missouri Military History
Traveling displays include various diversity exhibits unit history, conflicts, and geographical areas in Missouri.
Displays are available on request. Please call at least one month to reserve. Displays will then be ready for pick-up.
Plastic tower display about the MONG duty on the Mexican Border in 1916, specifically CO L, 2nd MO INF from Jefferson City. This display is easily assembled and comes in wooden boxes.
To contact the Museum of Missouri Military History call: Border in 1916, specifically CO L, 2
573-638-9603 or email:
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