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Hannibal factory led market in floor-cleaning equipment. Walter Scott Finnell
Pioneer orchardist, preacher left behind tales of his work. The Rev. G.A. McKee
Life and times of a county coroner. John L. Clayton
Quincy musician performs before British royalty in 1913. Charles Wenzel Mills, piano prodigy
A woman ahead of her times: grocery merchant Kate Ridge
Hannibal's early steam engines were no match for 1878 blaze.
Marathon pianist, carnival sideshow performer find happiness together. Robert James and Katie Ransdell Katell
Plaque at Hannibal's Eugene Field School hints of romance. Myrtle Ledford and Frank Johann.
Hannibal school music director went on to serve as musical director for Tennessee Ernie Ford. Frank Fascinato
Journalist chronicled important milestone in Hannibal's history. John F. Stichman
Remembering the Grand Army of the Republic. Capt. Wilbur F. Chamberlain
Lasting legacy on Hannibal's AME community. Rev. and Mrs. Quinctus Ennis Whaley
Pleasant Court, an example of mid-1950s Hannibal lifestyle. Nick Long, childhood resident.
Integrity and business finesse. Hofbauer Bros. Drug Store