Jessie Moller Collection

Accession Number: SC U:94
Location: RB-M
Dates: 1816-1942
Size: 1 small flat box; 0.10 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Jessie Moller
Acquisition info: Donated to SLPL by Glenn L. Moller; folder 1/7 added from the  Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection (SC U:150), February 2019 
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Manuscripts written by Jessie Moller; manuscripts passed to Glenn  Moller 
Language: English
Processed by: Melissa Miller, December 2017
Conservation notes: Manuscripts removed from binder and placed in acid-free folders 
Scope and Content:

The collection contains biographical manuscripts written by St.  Louis native, Jessie Moller. Included among the manuscripts is a  

song transcribed by Ms. Moller that she learned from her  

grandmother. Folder 1/7 contains correspondence to and from a  

variety of people regarding genealogical research. 

Arrangement: Collection organized alphabetically by first line of manuscript
Restrictions: No restrictions 
Remarks: No remarks

Jessie Moller Collection
1 small flat box; 0.10 cubic feet

Box Folder Description
1/1 Finding Aid
1/2 August 28, 1931
1/3 The Botolph Broadsides sheet music; 1942
1/4 “I went to the Stoddard School…”
1/5 “Memory is a funny thing…”
1/6 Written in 1915

Correspondence; November 1816-September 1925 (18) -Aunt Jane (Chicago); September 1924 

-Charles County Clerk (La Plata, MD); July 1925 (2) 

-Chouteau, Henri (St. Louis); July 1925 (3) 

-Craig, Mrs. SH (Florissant, MO); September 1924 

-Cyprien, BM (Maine et Louis, France); June 1924- 

September 1925 (5) 

-Father Marie Joseph; November 1816; in French; includes  


-Garraghan, Rev. Gilbert J. (St. Louis); April 1924 (2) 

-Shields, Mrs. EG (Chicago); January 1918 

-Superior of Monasterie des Trappistes (Maine et Louis,  

France); April 1924-May 1925 (2)

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