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ICYMI: The Missouri State Archives created an online collection of some of the state’s most historic moments to commemorate Missouri’s 2021 bicentennial. View the exhibit here:
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 16
Wonderful visit w/ Steve Kahrs, owner of Osage Catfisheries, this afternoon in Osage Beach.
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 16
Thanks to the & Lake Area Chamber of Commerce for the invitation to speak today!
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 16
This week in honor of we’re profiling Virginia Minor. She co-founded the first organization dedicated to women’s suffrage, known as the Woman Suffrage Association of Missouri.
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 15
Happy to have Senator visit our booth today at the !
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 15
Great morning at the helping put together Buddy Packs w/ .
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 15
Have you visited our Missouri Death Certificate database? The Missouri State Archives is 34% done re-indexing those filed in 1958 to improve search capabilities, but we need your help to complete the project! Sign up to be an eVolunteer today:
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 14
Great meeting w/ 's President Matthew Wilson, Dr. Doug Davenport (VP for Academic Affairs) and Steve Johnson (Director of External Affairs) yesterday at our office in Jefferson City.
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 14
Staff from our Safe at Home program completed in-service training yesterday for the Christian County Sheriff’s Department in Ozark. If law enforcement agencies are interested in training for their staff, they can visit .
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 13
Busy morning at the . Stop by our booth in the ag. building and say hello!
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 12
To commemorate Missouri’s upcoming 2021 bicentennial of statehood, the Missouri State Archives created an online collection of some of the state’s most historic moments. View the exhibit here:
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 9
Great to see everyone in Newton County yesterday! Met w/ Reps. , & Lane Roberts, County Clerk Tami Owens, Mike Kelley from Sen. White’s office and many county officials.
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 8
Great visit today in Lawrence County w/ Clerk Tammy Riebe, her staff & Rep. Mike Moon ().
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 8
If you’re at the today—stop by our booth in the Ag. Building and say hello!
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 7
Secretary Ashcroft met w/ the Day regional winners this afternoon. Congratulations to a talented group of young historians!
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 7
Join us on Thursday, August 22, at 7 p.m. for a program on historic Missouri roadsides with author Bill Hart. Hart’s book, “Historic Missouri Roadsides, Second Edition,” showcases the very best that small town Missouri has to offer.
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 6
Looking for a in the area? Our office currently has five openings listed on our website. Apply here:
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 5
In 1890, Annie White Baxter became the first female elected official in the state of Missouri & the first female county clerk in the nation.
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 5
If you’ve recently visited the Missouri State Archives’ reference room in , you may have noticed that we’ve moved some things around. Our new layout not only improves security, but also our ability to help patrons with their research needs. Stop by today to check it out!
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Missouri SOS Office Aug 4
A very difficult day. Prayers for everyone affected by the shootings in Texas and Ohio. And more prayers for the family and friends and colleagues of Bob Watson, one of the most insightful, hard-working reporters I've ever known.
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