The Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division has a large number of historic photographs in its collection. Some of them are from Sedalia and Pettis County. Unfortunately, dates are not available for many of these images. Even so, it is interesting to look at the collection.
I know this is going to make me sound so incredibly old, but here goes. There's something I've noticed about the young people today - they don't seem to know much about what happened before them. In fact, my niece will use that as an excuse for just about anything she doesn't know that's pop culture related.
The Lake Creek Camp meeting has been meeting since the 1800's outside of Smithton. It brings a rich history to their new events coming up for this year's meeting in the idyllic countryside of the valley.
Kids, I recently succumbed to what I call "sale-itis." As a consequence, I have purchased this poster for less than five dollars and received it today at the studio. He's about 24" X 18", and here's what he looks like:
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