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Who do I contact if I have a problem with the site?
How do I cite these cases?
Are these images copyrighted?
Will more series be added to the site?
How was the digital collection created?
Can I download larger versions of an image?
Is there a sitemap?
My search is not returning any results. What do I need to do to get results?
Refer to the Search Help section to learn about how the search engine works and how to broaden your search. Back to the top

Who do I contact if I have a problem with the site?
Send an email to the webmaster at digital@wumail.wustl.edu explaining exactly what problem occurred and what you were doing when it happened. Back to the top

How do I cite these cases?
Go to the Copyright and Reproduction Rules section for examples of how to cite cases and pages from the St. Louis Historic Circuit Court Records. Back to the top

Are these images copyrighted?
Court records fall within the public domain, so you may use these images and the information within them free of charge. However, please cite them using the instructions and examples in the Copyright and Reproduction Rights Rules section. Back to the top

Will more series be added to the site?
Additional series will be added based on the recommendations of the Advisory Board and Missouri State Archives, and on search data gathered from the site. Back to the top

How was the digital collection created?
The digital collection was created by linking case data gathered by Missouri State Archivists and scanned images of each case page made by Washington University in St. Louis students using Macromedia ColdFusion. For a more detailed technical description of how the site was structured, go to Digitization Process. Back to the top

Can I download larger versions of an image?
Yes. When you are viewing a case page, click on the image or 'Access a larger version'. To download the larger image on a PC, right-click on the image and select 'Save Picture As...'. Select where in your computer you would like to save the image and then click 'Save'.

To download the larger image on a Mac, Control-click on the image and select 'Save this Image as...'. Select where in your computer you would like to save the image and then click 'Save'. Back to the top

Is there a sitemap?
Yes, there is a Site Map.

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