Committee members and program for the 1922 Skidmore Chautauqua, Skidmore, Missouri.
Skidmore, Missouri was a busy town in the first part of the 20th century, but not every businessman found it to be the right fit. B. O. Ford and family closed up shop and went back East in 1922, as… Read moreB. O. Ford Family Leaves for West Virginia
Skidmore, Missouri plans Memorial Day services in 1922.
The Skidmore, Missouri Neighborly Club throws a benefit at the Legion Hall for the Library in 1922.
Account of a 30th anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brown in 1922.
The Bank of Skidmore (Skidmore, Missouri) wishes you a happy and prosperous new year in 1922.
From the May 18, 1922 Skidmore News, page 1: Had Good Track Meet. The track meet held on the High School grounds Friday afternoon, for the grade schools of the district, was well attended and proved to be very interesting…. Read moreHad Good Track Meet
They don’t make ’em like they used to – or maybe they do, but in a different way. You certainly don’t get beauty, splendor and thrill for 10 and 20 cents these days. Here’s one from the May 11, 1922… Read moreBeauty, Splendor and Thrill
Long before the Tomb Raider, the Mistress of the World ruled over theaters. We’re imagining 50,000 people in one movie and feeling a little bit queasy, honestly, but it was a selling point in 1922. When 20 cents can buy… Read moreThe Mistress of the World
If this were 1922, I know what we’d all be doing on one Wednesday evening in May. We’d be going to see “all that allures in the act of living” – in glorious black and white on the big screen… Read moreThe Miracle Man