McAnally Collection

Accession Number: SC 01:01
Location: RB-M
Dates: 1847-1871
Size: 1 slim legal Hollinger, 1 map tube; 3.2 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: David McAnally
Acquisition info: Donated by SLPL by Mardith Schuetz-Miller
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Unknown
Language: English
Processed by: Melissa Miller, February 2018
Conservation notes: Papers and photographs placed in acid-free folders; ephemera and day book wrapped in acid-free tissue paper
Scope and Content: The collection contains various items belonging to Rev. David Rice McAnally. A Methodist Episcopal minister, McAnally came to St. Louis in 1851 and founded the Carondelet ME Church, South. He was also editor of the St. Louis Christian Advoate. Items include a day book, receipts, a handkerchief, and portraits.
Arrangement: Collection organized topically
Restrictions: No restrictions
Remarks: Day book is crumbly

McAnally Collection
1847-1871
1 slim legal Hollinger, 1 map tube; 3.2 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
1/1 Finding aid
1/2 Day Book Items

-Cadet of Temperance of Knoxville certification letter; September 1851

-Counting-House Almanac calendar; 1850

-Grocery receipts; 1865-1866 (4)

-Handwritten receipts; 1849-1871 (15)

-Interment notification for Henry R. McAnally; lock of hair included

-Items received from the estate of [Rev. J. Barringer]; 1851

-Marriage certificate of Paul Barker and Marinda Vicars; Knox County, Tennessee; August 1848

-McIntyre’s Perpetual Desk Almanac calendar

-St. Louis English and Classical High School receipt; 1854

-St. Louis Mutual Life Insurance Company receipts; 1867-1871

1/3 Ephemera

-Leather notebook of addresses, names, and financial information

-Handkerchiefs with the initials "DRM" (2)

1/4 Obituary and Photographs

-Obituary
-Portrait of David McAnally
-Portrait of Maria McAnally

1/- Day Book; 1847-1865
2/- Ebony cane with gold handle; engraved with "David Russell McAnally, Columbia, MO, 1880"
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