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Special Collections, SC#31, Frank Newton Collection. Newspaper articles between 1926-1980 from the Joplin Globe, Joplin News Herald, The Southeast Missourian, and Tri-State Tribune about highway engineering and about Frank Newton, a highway engineer.
Collection Number: SC#31
Frank B. Newton Collection
December 31, 1926 - August 14, 1980
Frank B. Newton (b. 1880-1-1-d. 1971-3-5) was a district engineer for the Missouri Highway Department, Division 10, Sikeston, until his retirement in 1926. In 1934 he was employed by the Joplin Special Road District and named superintendent in 1937. He retired from the Joplin Special Road District in 1969.
Scope and Content
Newspaper articles between 1926-1980 from the Joplin Globe, Joplin News Herald, The Southeast Missourian, and Tri-State Tribune about highway engineering and about Frank Newton, a highway engineer.
The Joplin Globe
The Joplin News Herald
The Southeast Missourian
The Tri-State Tribune
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"Highway Men of District at Big Meeting," Southwest Missourian, February 11, 1927; Frank B. Newton
“Makes Fine Road Record”
Dec. 31, 1926 – Cape Girardeau Southeast Missourian, “Extension Workers Estimate the Results of Special Poultry Week
Dec. 31, 1926 – The Southeast Missourian, “Work to Start Soon on Mississippi River Bridge”
Feb. 11, 1927 – The Southwest Missourian, “Highway men of District at Big Meeting”
July 28, 1935 – Joplin Globe, “New Interurban Bus Service Recalls History of Old Electric Line”
July 22, 1969 – The Joplin News Herald, “Car Inspection Operating More Smoothly Now”
Aug. 14, 1980 – Tri-State Tribune, “A Mining Engineer looks back on 50 years”