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Kassel Studio Collection, 1920-1985.  87.5 linear feet.  2008.026.
Negatives, primarily of portraits of individuals and families, but also including groups, organizations, etc., from the body of work of the Cape Girardeau photography studio.
Kelso Papers, Judge I.R, 1940-1949.  0.5 linear feet. 1998.003
Legal documents relating to the case of the United States vs. Iska Carmack, regarding the federal government’s right to seize part of Court House Park in the City of Cape Girardeau for use as a Post Office. Also in the collection are articles of Incorporation  for the Dixie Haven Garage and documents on the case of the Board of Trustees of the Hannibal Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church vs. J.E Taylor, Missouri Attorney General.
Kenwood National Register Nomination Form, 1972.1 item. 2005.123.
Nomination form (15p) and accompanying documentation for Kenwood, the Frank E. Burroughs House, designed by Edwin Branch Deane, on Bloomfield Road, Cape Girardeau.
King George V Letter, 1918. 3 items. 2005.130.
Original holograph (1p), photocopy and transcription of letter from King George V of England to Ella Schultz of Cape Girardeau thanking American soldiers for their participation in World War I.
Kinnison Collection, 1890-1904.0.5 linear feet. 1989.013.
Materials collected by Colonel Henry Lee Kinnison of Charleston, Missouri, a veteran of the Spanish-American War. Includes newspapers from the United States and abroad, international political cartoons clipped from newspapers from 1898-1904, and a book, Memories of the Campaign of Santiago, June 6, 1898- August 18, 1898, on experiences during the Spanish-American War.
Kiwanis Club’s Church Directory, undated. 1 item. 2006.035.
List of Christian churches in Cape Girardeau, Mo. by denomination. Includes map and service times. *oversized
KMOX Radio Broadcast, 1941. 3 items. 2004.068.
Transcripts (3) of broadcast “Salute to Cape Girardeau,” primarily a historical tribute to significant figures of the city’s past.
Knehans Papers, Esther L., 1905, 1910. 2 items. 1999.027.
Teacher’s certificate and teacher’s contract for Knehan's from State of Missouri and Warren County School District, respectively. *Oversized
Knight Papers, Ruby Madyliene, 1931-1932. 11 items.
Photographs and ephemera relating to Knight’s completion of a nursing degree at Southeast Missouri Hospital School of Nursing, including her diploma, and documents relating to licensing as a registered nurse.
Kochtitzky & Warner Drainage Contractors Records, 1914-1920. 0.5 linear feet. 1998.006.
Correspondence, work orders, and financial documents from the engineering consulting firms ran by Otto Kochtitzky and John E. Warner; includes records from Warner & Poe Cr., Kochtitzky & Warner Drainage Contractors.
Kochtitzky Manuscript, John, circa 1936. 1 item. 2004.071.
Photocopy of typed manuscript (11p) on “History of the Changes in the Southern Line of Cape Girardeau County” regarding boundary alterations, presented at the County Historical Society meeting in 1936.
Kochtitzky Papers, Mary, 1967-1970.5 items. 1998.151.
Holograph (6p) and typescript copy (6p) of Kochtitzky’s reminiscences regarding her role in the creation of the Missouri state flag, with photocopied newspaper clippings about her life and death and holograph letter from Kochtitzky to Southeast Missouri State University president Dr. Mark Scully
Kraft Collection, Donald B., 1798-1824, 1882, 1896, 1938-1939, 1944-1946, 1981. 41 items. 2002.334.
Materials collected by Donald and Rubye Kraft. Includes ephemera from Donald B. Kraft’s days as a student at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College (1938-1939), V-Mail correspondence from World War II, Armed Forces editions of Newsweek and the Boston Herald, and late 19th century Cape Girardeau ephemera. Also includes a typed manuscript by Don Kraft (34p) entitled “Der Amerikanish Traum (The American Dream): A Profile of a Hessian Immigrant in Cape Girardeau, 1855-1888,” regarding the life of Adam Kraft, owner of Kraft Bakery in Cape Girardeau, and his relationships with other local businessmen, with biographical profiles, bibliography and copied photographs. Also includes nine Holograph letters and documents in French written by marshals appointed by the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. *also listed as University Archives Collection *also listed as University Archives Collection
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