MISSOURI  STATE  HIGHWAY  PATROL
Original Issued Hat Badge 
Original Prototype Badge
One of my cases with misc items
Missouri Highway Patrols ​Original Flight Wings
​Flight Wings
 The members of the Missouri Highway Patrol do not ware a breast badge.  Hat and wallet badge only.
​Original Driver Examiner Patch
​ 1948 Motor Cycle Plate
Belonged to Trooper J D Chorn
1939--1940
Biennial Report
Original wallet and hat badge # 290 which were issued.  The gold wallet badge is a shell back and is 10k gold filled.
Original Patch was Felt
Mo. Hwy Patrol Safety Squadron 1940


TROOPER ​ J D CHORN
ORIGINAL SQUADRON HAT
Trooper J D Chorn
Trooper Robert McDaniel's 
Badge, ID Card and photo
 Missouri Highway Patrol Underwater Recovery Team.  1961---1963  They were known as the Frog Cops.
 Original Underwater Recovery Patch    (6"diameter)
Thanks to Ret. Capt. Robert Hagan
1968 Missouri Highway Patrol Academy Class Ring.

Original Collar emblems were plated a Dark Bronze.  These represent troop D and Trooper #126.  Today, troopers collar emblems are silver and the command officers are gold
1948  Missouri Highway Patrol License Plate
Belonged to Trooper J D CHORN
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Missouri Highway Patrol Christmas Cards
1979
1982
1980
1981
Missouri Highway Patrol Rifle circa 1950
Winchester Md. 07  Cal: 351  Auto
1st Weight Inspectors Patch  1941 or 1942
60th Anniversary Poster
1st rules and regulations book that was issued to every Mo State Highway  Patrol Officer.

Donated by Retired Trooper

Mike Robertson
Fred Harold Roam

Retired Captain

Mo. State Highway Patrol

    Fred was born April 15, 1921 and grew up in St Louis, Mo. On July 1st, 1946, Fred began his career in law enforcement by becoming a member of the Missouri State Highway Patrol.  


    Fred started as a trooper and was assigned badge # 220. He went through the ranks and was promoted To Captain in 1969 and at that time was assigned badge # 14. He held many different positions throughout his career, however in 1979 he became the commander for troop H which is located in St Joseph, Mo. Fred retired in 1981 as a Captain.

    During his career, Fred was stationed at the following locations:
                                    Aurora               1946-1949
                                    Mt. Vernon         1949-1959
                                    Carthage            1959-1969
                                    Willow Springs  1969-1979 
                                    St Joseph           1979-1981 


    On July 20, 2011 Fred passed away while living in Midland, Texas.

    The boots displayed were made for Fred and issued to him in September 1946. The red tag was used by the Dehner Boot Company to make the ordered boots. The tag has all of the boot size information including the date when these boots were shipped to the Mo Highway Patrol.

    Thanks to Retired Missouri State Highway Patrol Sergeant Larry Cooper # 320 and Fred's son John for providing all of this information and donating the boots. 
LICENSE  PLATES THAT WERE USED BY THE PATROL
MOTOR CYCLE PLATES
Brown 10 1/2" Leather slapper that was issued in the 60's
PAUL  A  MOORE
MSHP
1953 / 1988
    Paul joined the Missouri State Highway Patrol on October 4th, 1953 and was issued DSN # 321.

    After spending 34 years with the patrol, Paul retired March 1st, 1988 as a Sergeant.  All of his time was spent in Troop E, Popular Bluff, Mo.

    The photo is of Paul and a suspect that he arrested.  Check out the 2 door Chevrolet Biscayne.

    A special thanks to Sean Moore who is Paul's Son and is currently a Lt. With the Missouri State Highway Patrol assigned to Troop E for the photo and information.

March 2017