Very good in Very good jacket. xii, 346 pages. Illustrations. Maps. 2 copies of a sales brochure laid in. Signed by Editor. The Editor was the nephew of Lilburn Kingsbury. Lilburn Adkin Kingsbury was born 14 October 1884 and died on July 1, 1983. He held memberships in the State Historical Society of Missouri, the Boonslick Historical Society, and the Missouri State Writers Guild. He was a founding member and the first president of the Cooper-Howard County Historical Society, which later became the Boonslick Historical Society. Kingsbury was a recognized authority on the history of the Boonslick area of Missouri. From the 1960s until his death, he wrote several weekly newspaper columns pertaining to local history. One of Kingsbury's most notable achievements was the recording of the tombstone inscriptions in 1937 and 1938 for every known, marked grave in over 200 Howard County cemeteries.
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