The Marceline Historical Society had the first showing of a portion of the 1939 home movie “See Yourself and Your Town in the Movies” on Monday, January 29 at 2pm in the Walsworth Community Center. About 15 Marceline residents were in attendance, and we worked through about 22 minutes of the 54 minute film over … > More >
To clear up any confusion, the “Marceline Historical Society” mentioned in a recent newspaper article is not affiliated with the Marceline Carnegie Library, or the City of Marceline. They are an out of state-based organization associated with a company who sells consulting services, both headed by Ed / Russ Comber.
Do you love cooking or baking? Do you live in Marceline, Missouri, or is your family from here? The Marceline Historical Society, a committee of the Friends of the Marceline Carnegie Library, invites you to donate one (or a few) of your favorite recipes, to be considered for their upcoming fundraiser cookbook.
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In 2023, Marceline City Manager, Richard Hoon, shared this photo of a painting hanging in his house – the Cater house, on the corner of S. Kansas Avenue & W. Lake Street. The painting was made by Mina Cater, of the Cater family, who owned the Cater Opera House, and Cater Drug Store on … > More >
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Motion Pictures of Marceline Will Be Shown August 9th and 10th at Uptown
A home-town movie will be shown August 9th and 10th at the Uptown Theatre here under auspices of the Theodore Roosevelt Post of the American Legion.
Miss Ruth A. Ritchie of St Louis is here this week making arrangements for the 2-day … > More >