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Harbinger, The , 1970 February.   1 item.  2008.052.
Harbinger was a monthly magazine published by the Missouri Division of Commerce and Industrial Development.  This issue, Volume II, Number 6, has articles on Cape Girardeau (pgs 14-31), discussing the city, industry, and the arts.
 
Harrington and Cortelyou Mississippi River Bridge Papers Opening Collection, 2003. 8 items.  2004.055. 
Invitations, programs, speeches, financial documents, news releases, and guest list, related to planning and execution of opening events in Kent Library for the H&C papers.  See Harrington and Cortelyou, Inc. Mississippi River Bridge Papers, 2001.091.
 
Harrington and Cortelyou Inc., Mississippi River Bridge Papers, circa 1926-1930. 18.0 linear feet.   2002.091.
Correspondence, engineering journals, reports, plans, financial and legal documents, charts, and photographs relating to the construction of the traffic bridge spanning the Mississippi River between Cape Girardeau, [Mo], and East Cape Girardeau, [Il], constructed by the engineering firm of Harrington, Howard and Ash (now Harrington and Cortelyou, Inc.,) of Kansas City, [Mo].
 
Harrison Papers, B.W. 1965-1971. 2.0 linear feet.  1998.061.
B.W. Harrison was an agent of the Missouri Farm Bureau.  His collection consists of newspaper clippings, obituaries, scrapbooks, sheet music, and materials concerning the Missouri Farm Bureau.
 
Harrison, Clippings About Charles L., Scrapbook, 1960-1969. 1 item. 2007.192.
Articles concerning Charles L. Harrison, a Cape Girardeau businessman and collector.  As well as a biography, a story regarding the donation of his private book collection, and his obituary.
 
Hart Manuscript, W. W., 1927.1 item.  2002.121.
Mimeograph typescript (10p) by Hart on “History of the Capaha Indians.”
 
Hartz Papers, Edwin, 1945.  1 folder.  2001.028. 
Correspondence, photographs, Japanese currency, and ephemera, sent by Hartz, a former student at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College and Chaplain with the United States Naval Reserve in Tokyo Bay, to Sadie Kent, Librarian at the college.
 
Haslauer Letters, Bill and Margaret, 1936-1945, 1988.  3.5 linear feet.  2005.007.
Primarily consists of holograph letters between Bill and Margaret Haslauer during their courtship and marriage The Hauslauer were originally from Mound City [Il] and Cairo [Il]. Letters primarily date to periods when Margaret and Bill are separated, for example during the 1937 Mississippi Flood, when Margaret was away at school, and during Bill’s training and service as an navigator on a bomber for the Army in WII, as well as when he was held as an internee in neutral Sweden.
 
Hawes Speech, Hon. Harry B, 1930. 1 item.  2005.035. 
Printed remarks (13p) of Hawes on “Drainage and Its Financial Obligations” made before the Senate of the United States, May 5, 1930.  Pertaining to drainage in Southeast Missouri, agriculture and farm relief measures.
 
Hawkins Legal Papers, David L, 1858, 1860.  2 items.  1998.148.
Two legal documents relating to the sale of slaves in Cape Girardeau County.
 
Heath Hubbard Farm, Inc., 1850-1991 [1932-1982].  3.5 linear feet. 2010.017.
Records of Shady Grove Farm in New Madrid county, Missouri, purchased in 1908 by Fred C. Hubbard. Includes farm record books, family correspondence, journals, land abstracts, and a history of the farm.
 
Heil Papers, Christine Wheeler, 1902-1965. 1.0 linear foot.  1998.093.
Personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, ephemera, drafts of and notes for Heil’s book “Recollections” regarding her years of service as secretary to the President of the Southeast Missouri State Teachers College from 1905 to 1930 and as secretary to school’s Board of Regents from 1912 to 1947.  *also listed as University Archives Collection
 
Heritage Review, 1969-1985. 1.0 linear foot. 2003.011.
Incomplete run of the newspaper published by the Historical Association of Greater Cape Girardeau on historic sites and events in the city of Cape Girardeau and the surrounding area.
 
High School Athletic and Oratorical Association Contest Collection, 1907-1947, [1907-1941]. 1.0 linear foot. 2002.188.
Thirty six programs for the Southeast Missouri High School Athletic and Oratorical Association, later known as the Southeast Missouri High School Meet. These programs include a schedule of events, a list of participating schools and athletes, photographs of athletes and Third District Normal School buildings, as well as advertisements of Cape Girardeau businesses that sponsored the competitions.
 
Highley Letters, Lyndell T., 1943-1944, 1978.  1 folder.  1998.122.
Transcribed letters (43p) written by Highley, a former student at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, to his parents during World War II from Africa, India, and China, describing the places where he was stationed with the 308th Heavy Bomb Group.  Highley left college to join the Army Air Corps in 1941. Letters are compiled by Jeffrey Scott Highley, with historical information on the 308th Heavy Bomb group and paternal genealogy for Highley. Includes typed letter from Jeffrey Highley to Director of Kent Library, 1978.
 
Hill Papers, Robert R., 1913-1981.  2.0 linear feet.  1998.069.
 Correspondence, financial papers, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and drafts of Hill’s thesis from his years as a student at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College and later as a member of the faculty at the same institution, where he served as professor of education and psychology from 1928 to 1965, and as chair of the Department of Education and Psychology from 1956 to 1965. *also listed as University Archives Collection
 
Himmelberger and Harrison/Morehouse (MO) 1880-1930: Mill and Town Grows Together Booklet, 2011. 1 item. 2011.043.
Booklet on the history of economic growth and development of Morehouse, MO and New Madrid County, MO, with a special focus on the impact of the Himmelberger-Harrison Lumber Company.
 
Himmelberger-Harrison Lumber Company Records, 1864-1952. 3.0 linear feet.  1998.014.
Legal documents concerning the acquisition and disposition of land by the H&H Lumber Company of Southeast Missouri, including deeds, warrants, and leases to lands in southeast Missouri and Arkansas.  Additional records include contracts and correspondence with railroad companies, material on the Little River Drainage project, documents concerning the construction of the Himmelberger-Harrison building in Cape Girardeau, and correspondence with other businesses.  The records primarily are arranged by county.
 
Hinchey Manuscript, Alan, 1928.  1 item.  2004.070.
Photocopied typed manuscript (8p) on “Cape Girardeau County’s Part in the War of 1812,” presented to the County Historical Society in 1928.
 
Hinchey Manuscript, Alan, 1929. 1 item. 2001.072. 
Typed manuscript (8p) entitled “In Old Cape Girardeau” by Hinchey, a paper read before the Nancy Hunter chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, March 23, 1929, regarding the early settlement of Cape Girardeau County.
 
Hinchey Scrapbook, Margaret Allen, 1910-1911.1 item.2006.128. 
Scrapbook (191p) containing newspaper clippings, photographs, and ephemera from Hinchey’s college days at the Missouri State Normal School in Cape Girardeau, where she was involved with Sorosis and the Robin Hood Circle.*also listed as University Archives Collection
 
Hirsch Exhibit Programs, Ione, 1961 - circa 1980.  4 items.  2005.067. 
Programs from local shows featuring the work of Hirsch, a native of Cape Girardeau and graduate of the Missouri State Normal School, who after study and teaching abroad and nationally, retired to Cape Girardeau.
 
“Historic Houses of Cape Girardeau County” Manuscript, undated. 1 item. 2001.059.  
Photocopied typescript (4p) manuscript on historic houses in the city of Cape Girardeau, providing information on many of the 19th century homes, some no longer in existence, in.
 
Historic Preservation Student Projects, 1970-2009. 11.25 linear feet. 2002.190.
Research papers and projects created by students enrolled in historic preservation courses at Southeast Missouri State University. Papers and projects are individual and group projects primarily dealing with the history of properties in the region, including several National Register Nominations, and local history topics. *Oversized *also listed as University Archives Collection
 
Homes Near Southeast Missouri State University Campus, undated. 9 items. 2011.019.
Photographs of the Shackleford House, 921 College Hill Place (4) and of 338 N. Pacific Ave (5).
 
Hornersville, MO Photographs, circa 1901. 6 items. 2009.008
Images of the town of Hornersville, Mo., working on the railroad, and working on the Little River.
 
Houck and Wife, Appellants, vs. The Cape Girardeau Water Works and Electric Light Company Appellants Abstract of the Record, 1904.1 item.  2002.027.
Abstract of the Record (32p) in the St. Louis Court of Appeals of the State of Missouri on appeal from the Cape Girardeau Court of Common Pleas, Cape Girardeau County, in which Houck sued the Waterworks company for failing to provide an adequate water supply to fire hydrants near Houck Depot which was destroyed by fire. 
 
Houck Letter, Louis, 1885.  1 item. 1989.005. 
Holograph letter from Houck to L. B. James at Bollinger Mill [Burfordville, MO] regarding construction of a railroad across Mingo [Swamp].
 
Houck Manuscript, Louis, undated. 1 item.  2004.121. 
Photocopied typed manuscript (80p) of reminiscences of Southeast Missouri railroad entrepreneur, Houck.  Original owned by Andy and Jeanette Juden.  Photocopying requires permission.
 
Houck Memorial (Proposed), Louis, 1925. 1 item. 2009.004.
Sketch of front, side, and rear views of a proposed memorial in honor of Louis Houck (location unknown) designed by Gabriel Ferrand, Del. *Oversized
 
Houck Memorial Service Albums, Louis, 1925-1931. 2 Items. 2007.056
Scrapbook primarily of newspaper clippings about Houck’s death and memorials. Album containing the materials used in the memorial for Houck at Southeast Missouri State Teacher’s College in 1925.
 
Houck Memorial Service Program, Louis, 1925. 2 items. 1998.150.
Program from the service Southeast Missouri State Teachers College held to honor Louis Houck after his death in 1925.
 
Houck Papers, Louis and Giboney, 1886-1943. 117.75 linear feet.  1988.001.
Correspondence, business and legal papers of Louis Houck, Southeast Missouri railroad entrepreneur, and his son, Giboney, a partner in his father’s business ventures and member of the Missouri House of Representatives (1919).  Some political papers relating to Giboney Houck are included, as well as business ledgers, maps, and artifacts. *Oversized
 
Houck Papers Accretion, Louis, 1843-1950. 6.5 linear feet + 48 items.  2001.044.
Correspondence, maps, business and railroad papers, court records, artifacts and ephemera, from the various business ventures of Houck, Southeast Missouri railroad entrepreneur and opponent of the Little River Drainage project. *Oversized
 
Houck Publications, Louis, 1960-1961, undated.  3 items. 2008.025.
Materials published about Louis Houck, Southeast Missouri railroad entrepreneur, including a news clipping, pamphlet, and speeches.
 
Houck “Reminiscences,” Louis, 1969.1 item. 2000.013.
Bound volume (54p) of newspaper clippings from Louis Houck’s “Reminiscences” series, originally published in the Southeast Missourian between April and June 1969.
 
Houck Spanish Regime Research Papers, Louis, circa 19th century.  0.5 linear feet. 2002.116.
Materials and notes collected by Houck for his history of the Spanish Regime in Missouri.  Includes transcripts of reports on the actions of the Spanish in the Mississippi River Region from the Archivo General de Indias, as well as Houck’s handwritten notes.  The reports are mostly handwritten in Spanish.
 
Hunter Diaries, Albert S., 1927-1931.  1 volume. 2001.040.
Transcription of the “Diaries of Albert S. Hunter, Stoddard Co., Missouri Farm Boy.” The diaries begin when Hunter is 18 years-old and tell about his daily life on the family farm and about Hunter’s attempts at various home-study courses in practical farm courses.
 
Hunter Family Tree, undated. 1 item. 1993.001
Eight generation family tree that begins with Joseph Hunter and Mary Ann Holmes of New Madrid, Mo. in 1730.
 
Hunter Letter, Ben F., 1862.  1 item.  1998.131.
Holograph letter (1p) from Hunter of Commerce, [Mo], to “Nannie,” regarding their betrothal, March 3, 1862.
 
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