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state capitol of Missouri with a description of its construction, museum, art features, mural paintings, sculptures, art windows and decorations by Lester Shepard Parker

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Published by Hugh Stephens printing & stationery co. in Jefferson City, Mo .
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  • Missouri


  • Missouri -- Capital and capitol.

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Statementby Lester Shepard Parker.
LC ClassificationsF474.J4 P2
The Physical Object
Pagination71 [1] p. :
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6671752M
LC Control Number24029195

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The Capitol Collection is a souvenir passport book to the capitols of the United States, repositories of art, history and marvelous stories as well as houses of government. The Capitol Collection will serve as your guide to the capitols and a way to remember them, once you have seen all fifty. Won’t you join us? Step 1. Supervisors, Managers and Executives. Code of State Regulations (CSR) Missouri Constitution. MOBIUS Online Library Catalog. Revised Statutes of Missouri (RSMo) State Library Card. Email - Web Access. Mileage reimbursement. OA Carpool Information. State Vehicular Travel Policy PDF Document. Learn about Missouri's state government, including executive, legislative and judicial branches. Find a State Agency. Search for state departments, divisions, committees, boards and commissions. Track how the State of Missouri spends your tax dollars in the Missouri Accountability Portal. The present Missouri State Capitol is the third permanent structure to serve as the seat of state government in Jefferson City, and the sixth capitol in the state’s history. The first capitol in Jefferson City was built in the period of and was destroyed by fire in

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