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       2013 has been a great year for the Emory Cantey, Jr. Collection/ August Myers Collection website. All images from the Gus Myers Collection have been added. Many images and artifacts from the combined Emory Cantey, Jr. Collection have also been added, including acquisitions from the Wilbur Zink Collection and other high end auctions. I have been able to supply several Missouri families with copies of images of their beloved relatives they never had before. Visits to the website have been sensational.

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        WELCOME TO THE COMBINED EMORY A. CANTEY, JR. AND AUGUST MYERS COLLECTION OF MISSOURI GUERRILLA PHOTOGRAPHY AND MEMORABILIA

This collection is the culmination of my collector's dreams. Every collector or historian hopes that they will find something that will be a real treasure; something of significant value to the subject matter that they have spent years pursuing. For me my purchase of  the August Myers collection was far more than I had ever hoped to find. Like so many opportunities, this came as a complete surprise as I essentially stumbled on the collection while pursuing something else. Please continue to the biography and documentation sections above for full descriptions of what I believe to be a fascinating story of how this collection came to be accumulated and the Quantrill guerrilla who was Quantrill's archivist. Prior to this website, these images were never seen by the public in nearly 150 years.


NEW ADDITIONS TO THE WEBSITE:
  • NEW: Titles added to image search
  • NEW: Search box added to search results
  • NEW: Last and Next image links working
  • NEW: Star rating inside of gallery
  • NEW: Quick links bottom of Articles
  • NEW: Over 400 enhancements to the images



Click GALLERY link located on the Top Menu of your screen. Click GALLERY link located on the Top Menu of your screen. Click GALLERY link located on the Top Menu of your screen.
For more in depth information about Capt. W.C. Quantrill and his guerrillas, please go to www.quantrillsguerrillas.com, my sister site.
I am proud to be a founding member of this
site and on its board of directors.

Please see my new article on my GG Uncle, Winter Cantey, in the Article section, Article number 10
NOTE: TITLES added below Thumbnails

Gallery Name Links

Click here for all 14 Galleries

(1) - Jesse & Frank James

(2) - W.C. Quantrill & Kate

(3) - Missouri Guerrillas & (Groups)

(4) - Gus Myers and family




(Click HERE or GALLERY link located Top Menu)Click GALLERY link located on the Top Menu of your screen.




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This site is dedicated to the Emory Cantey, Jr. Collection, August Myers Collection, Thomas, Amber, George III and Aaron. 

It could not have been 

accomplished without them.

Also thanks to my son, Andrei Cantey for designing, maintaining, and updating my site.


This site actively supports the Constitutional, second amendment, right to keep and bear arms. See article No VI on this subject in the article section at the top of this page.


Emory Cantey, Jr. Is also an active member of the NRA.


http://www.youtube.com/embed/03XEUPfD0qM

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO HEAR AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE about GUN CONTROL


"Quantrill and his men have been unjustly slandered by the people of the North, a people who,even to this day, know nothing of them, except what they have read in irresponsible books and newspapers."

 
"It is not enough that their valor is recognized. It is not enough that their honesty be confessed. We ask of our Northern brother, we ask of all mankind and all womankind a recognition of their patriotism, their love of country, and of liberty...We cannot remain silent, so long as any aspersion is cast by the pen of the historian, or the tongue of the orator upon their patriotic motives, or the loftiness of their purposes throughout that mighty struggle. We make no half-hearted apologies for their acts. It is justice for which we plead, not charity."
 
Capt. William Gregg, Quantrill's adjutant, in a letter after the War   Website Traffic
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