Skidmore, Missouri gains a new baseball field in 1901.
Article describes the opening day of school in Skidmore, Missouri in 1901.
Article describing the reunion of the Walker family near Skidmore, Missouri, in 1901. Present were the families of Bruce Walker, Mrs. Lydia Williams and Miss Hettie Walker of St. Paul, Minnesota, and M. D. Walker of Oregon, Missouri.
Mr. Robert Patton was the victim of a horse thief in Skidmore, Missouri in 1901.
From the August 23, 1901 Skidmore Standard: The old Nodaway Valley hotel is being torn down this week. It was one of the first buildings erected in our city, and for quite a number of years has been an eye-sore… Read moreNodaway Valley Hotel
The newspaper editors take to some dry weather humor in northwest Missouri in 1901.
An ad for R. B. Foster’s Spot Cash Store in Skidmore, Missouri in 1901.
Brief advertisement for the Lake Contrary Chautauqua in 1901 from the Skidmore, Missouri Standard newspaper.
School ends in Skidmore, Missouri in 1901.
Advertisement for low prices at the R. B. Foster Spot Cash store in Skidmore, Missouri in 1901.