MSSU Archives & Special Collections Exhibits: Daniel R. Stewart Collection

Digital exhibits created by the MSSU Archives and Special Collections department.

Daniel R. Stewart was born in Taylorville, Illinois on December 20, 1913, and was raised in Hannibal, Missouri. He worked as a geologist and geophysicist in the Tri-State District, the zinc and lead mining area of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma, for over 21 years. He was associated with American Zinc, Lead and Smelting Company and was also the district manager for the Tri-State District. After retirement he maintained a private consulting business. Stewart passed away on November 21, 2006, and is buried in Mount Hope Cemetery in Webb City, Missouri. The Daniel Stewart collection includes mining maps, photos, diagrams, and other documents about the Tri-State District.

Exhibit curated by Sydney Rex, with the assistance of Whitney Hamm, 2024-04.

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Group Photographs
Mining Photographs
Mining Diagrams
Mining Maps
Mining Stories and Documents

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