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Charles Elliott Gill Photograph Postcards (4 ¼” x 6”) ($4.00, plus $2.00 S&H) – The postcards in this set come from the Charles Elliott Gill Photograph Collection of the Missouri State Archives and date between 1910 and 1918. Each 10-card pack includes two of each image.
L. Edward Fischer Notecards (4 ½” x 6”) ($12.50, plus $3.50 S&H) - This trilogy of paintings by well-known St. Louis maritime artist, L. Edward Fisher, depict Jefferson City and the great Missouri River in 1804, 1904 and 2004. Originally commissioned by the Missouri Bankers Association in celebration of the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark expedition, these historical paintings were gifted to the citizens of Missouri by the Association and now grace the atrium walls of the James C. Kirkpatrick State Information Center, home of the Missouri State Archives. Along with envelopes, each 12-card pack includes four of each image.
Vintage Trademark Notecards (4 1/8” x 5 ½”) ($5.00, plus $2.00 S&H) – The notecards in this set come from the Trademark Collection of the Missouri State Archives. Along with envelopes, each ten-card pack includes two each: Blue Rose Coffee (1920), Leisure Moments (1910), Haas-Lieber Grocery Co. (1899), Stork Brand Blackberries (1922) and Forbes Tea and Coffee (1908).
Gospels in Glass ($18.95 ea., plus $3.50 S&H) - In Gospels in Glass, Robyn Burnett and Ken Luebbering explore Missouri’s rich religious heritage through stained glass windows. The churches, chapels and cathedrals of Missouri are represented in stunning full color photographs and the windows are illuminated by a text that greatly enriches our understanding of their meaning.