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Faris Sermon, W. W., 1870.   1 item.   2004.118.  
Printed sermon (17p) entitled “How to Hear” by Faris, delivered at the Presbyterian Church in Cape Girardeau, June 26, 1870.  
Farmers and Merchants Bank Collection, 1930-1948.   4 items.    2005.047.
Illustrated booklets prepared for the 25th, 40th and 43rd anniversaries of the Cape Girardeau bank.   Provides information on the bank’s history, its staff and directors
Farmington State Hospital Bulletin, 1924.   1 item.   2005.051.
Bulletin (4p) with news clippings (11) related to mental health care and the management of the state hospital at Farmington, [Mo].
Farmington State Hospital Sketches, undated.19 items. 2005.045.
Architectural sketches (14) of various Missouri state hospital buildings that were funded through a state building program, as well as information on the architects and costs of these buildings. Included are buildings from Farmington, St. Louis, St. Joseph, Nevada, Fulton, Marshall, Mt Vernon, and Carrollton. Also contains a sign briefly describing the Missouri State Building Program and posters (2) containing photos of the state building commission and the bipartisan advisory board, and an article describing the changes at Farmington State Hospital.
Farmingtonia (Microfilm), 1936-1939. 1 reel. 2002.107.
Microfilmed scrapbooks on the history of Farmington [Mo] from the Farmington Public Library.
Federal Land Patents, 1859-1860.   3 items. 2007.055
Federal Land Patents granted to Robert I. McElhany for lands near Springfield [Mo], John Hicks for lands near Bateville [?] and Josiah Roberts for lands near Bateville [?] *Oversized
Ferguson Manuscript, Louise, circa 1954.   1 item.   1998.045. T
Typed manuscript (3p) by Ferguson on the history of Cape Girardeau business schools from 1904 to 1954, including the Cape Girardeau Business College, the Southeast Missouri Commercial College, Steimle Business School, and the Cape Girardeau Office Training School.  
Fink Music, L. J., circa 1926.   2 items.    2006.156.
Music books (7p) entitled “Pioneer Music of the Ozarks” with 28 musical scores without lyrics, attributed to L. J. Fink of Union, [Mo].
First National Bank of Cape Girardeau Collection, 1941-1985 . 4 items.    2004.024.   
Illustrated pamphlets commemorating the 50th and 60th anniversaries of the bank, with historical notes (8p) on the bank and its leaders.
Flad Papers, Henry, circa 1855-1978.   2.0 linear feet.    1996.001.
Correspondence and documents received by Captain Flad, Company B, Engineer Regiment of the West, during the American Civil War, who was responsible for building the fortifications (Forts A, B, C, and D) around Cape Girardeau and concerning his pension. Includes letters, maps, musters, orders, promotions, reports and photographs of Flad.    Flad also served as the chief assistant engineer on the Eads Bridge in St. Louis, and laid out Forest Park in St. Louis as the chief engineer of the Forest Park Commissioners. *oversized
Flood Control Bill, 1929-1930.   1 item.   2005.046.  
Pamphlet (4p) containing text of House Resolution 12129 pertaining to control of destructive flood waters in the United States, introduced by Mr. Short of Missouri.
Foard Poems, Bera Beauchamp, undated.   1 item.   1999.028.  
Four holograph, signed poems by Foard including “Alma Mater of the Doniphan [Mo] High School, 1925,” as well as carbon typescript of “Commemoration Ode” by Foard written in honor of Southeast Missouri State Teachers College Diamond Jubilee celebration.   *also listed as University Archives Collection
Fort D Highlands Subdivision Promotional Circular, 1922. 1 item.   2004.007.  
Illustrated tract promoting the sale of lots in the Cape Girardeau subdivision located on South Sprigg Street near historic Fort D, showing May Greene School.  
Fort D Earthwork Photographs, undated. 14 items. 2011.016
Photographs and negatives of the earthworks at Fort D, a civil war era fort in Cape Girardeau [Mo].
Frenzel, Charles H.B., Shipping Receipt Book (Microfilm), 1893-1895. 1 reel.  2007.092.
Microfilm copies of the bills of lading, shipping documents of receipt, for Sand Bar Landing [Il] from March 29, 1893-May 8, 1895.
Friant Papers, Julien N., 1909-1939.   3.5 linear feet.    1998.005.
Papers relating to Friant’s careers in business and public service, as important promoter of economic development for Southeast Missouri, as an officer in the Himmelberger-Harrison Land and Investment Company (1915-1925), as special representative for the Little River Drainage District Association, as Secretary-Treasurer of the National Drainage Association (1931-1933), and as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture (1933-1935). Includes correspondence, copies of federal documents regarding rural population, flood control, land reclamation, drainage, and farm relief, copies of Friant’s speeches, photographs, and documents relating to his service with the Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents and the Cape Girardeau Rotary Club.
Friend Family Collection, circa 1776-2000.   8.0 linear feet.    1998.009.
Personal, business and legal correspondence, financial and legal papers, school, church and genealogical records, scrapbooks, photographs, postcards, and artifacts from the four allied families of Friend, Bollinger, Heise and Heldermon of Southeast Missouri. The Friends were a pioneering family in Scott County, first settling there in 1796, near Benton. *oversized
Frye Letter, Grant, 1930.   1 item.   2002.243.
Typed letter (43p) from Frye to Sadie Kent, Librarian at the Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, regarding World War I, in which Frye served.   Frye includes annotations regarding a book God Have Mercy on Us by William T. Scanlon, about his unit, the 97th Company, 6th Regiment, U. S. Marine Corps, part of the 4th Brigade, Second Division American Expeditionary Forces. Also included are transcriptions of Frye’s letters written to home during the war, 1918-1919, and postwar correspondence regarding war service, 1930.
Fultz Papers, Captain Clarence Nelson, 1937-1978.   1 folder.   2001.037.  
Photocopied newspaper clippings, list of river boats on which Fultz worked and jobs he held between 1917 and 1955, log of pilot work listing boats, dates and pay, list of place names along the Mississippi River between Alton, [Il] and New Orleans, [La], membership lists of Mississippi and Ohio River Pilots’ Association, 1931, 1945; and speech given to Alaska Exchange Club, 1978.
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