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Parker Collection of Autographed Letters.
Series of holograph and autographed letters written by notable people in politics and literature, both locally in Missouri, nationally, and internationally, collected saved by Dr. Parker.
Parker English Composition Manual, W. W., undated. 1 item. 1998.008.
Printed manual (25p) by Parker, future president of the Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, but then at Central Missouri State Teachers College, Warrensburg. *also listed as University Archives Collection.
Parker Lecture Notes, W. W., circa 1930s-1940s. 0.5 linear feet. 2002.041.
Filecards containing the lecture notes of W. W. Parker, President of Southeast Missouri State Teachers College from 1933-1956. Notes pertain primarily to poetry and literature. *also listed as University Archives Collection.
Places Vertical File, Southeast Missouri. 1.0 linear foot.
Promotional literature, brief histories, small maps, and ephemera from regional cities, towns and recreational areas, including Altenburg, Arcadia Valley, Bonne Terre, Cape Girardeau, Charleston (Mississippi County), Ellington, Gideon, Fredericktown (Madison County), Hornersville, Illmo, Koshkonong, the Mississippi River Valley, New Madrid, Panther Lake, Pilot Knob, Perryville, St. Genevieve and Wappapello Lake.
Pleasant Ridge District #98 School Photograph, 1910 Sep 19. 1 item. 2011.020.
Class photograph from Pleasant Ridge District #98 School, Henry County [Mo.] Photograph includes students (25), ranging in age from a toddler to young adolescence, a teacher, and the original one room school house. Construction of a new school is barely visible behind the old school.
 
Post Papers, Mabel.  5.0 Linear feet. 1998.033.
Collection of hand written papers on the history of Cape Girardeau [Mo] and the surrounding area. The collection is currently being reprocessed.
Post Photographs, Mabel, 1908-1910, 1931. 18 items. 2008.024.
Eighteen b/w 7” x 9” photographs showing construction of the U. S. Post Office and Courthouse at Cape Girardeau between 1908 and 1910; and sixteen b/w 8” x 10” photographs showing teams of men and mules in the early phases of construction on the Cape Girardeau Waterworks between May 1 and June 15, 1931.
Postcard Collection, circa 1900-c.1980. 1.0 linear foot. 1998.137.
Accumulation of historic postcards from Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, and surrounding areas.
Potosi Presbytery, Minutes of the, 1937. 1 item. 2005.081.
Printed minutes (25p) of the meeting of the Presbytery held at Kennett, [Mo], September 14-15, 1937. Contains committees’ reports, information on ministers and churches in attendance, meeting activities and business transactions.
Potter Ordnance Papers, H. F., 1865-1866. 0.25 linear feet. 2002.274.
Letterbook (307p) and typescript containing the correspondence from the Office of the Chief of Ordnance of the Department of Kentucky, kept primarily by Captain Henry F. Potter. Also included are monthly return forms, receipts, invoices and cover letter.
Presbyterian Church, Brief History of the, 1931-1932. 1 item. 2008.045.
Scrapbook of a series of articles, beginning December 10, 1931, and ending January 14, 1932, by Rev. C. H. Morton which tells the history of the First Presbyterian Church of Cape Girardeau and the general history of Presbyterians in the Southeast Missouri region.
Proffer Collection, Marvin, 1976-1988. 1.0 linear foot. 2007.202.
Materials from Marvin E. Proffer’s time as a Missouri State Representative.  Includes legislation and awards.
Proffer Family Genealogy, 1978. 1 item. 1998.113.
Photocopied typescript (110p) of genealogical records relating to the Proffer family from 1758 to 1978, compiled and written by Alice Proffer Spillman. The Proffer family settled in Cape Girardeau in 1818.
Purvis Papers, Col. John R, 1861-1878. 1 item.1998.015.
Correspondence between Colonel John R. Purvis, First Division of Missouri, Confederate States of America, and other Confederate military personnel. Provides information regarding troop movements, care of army horses, soldier dissatisfaction, and capture of Federal soldiers. Originals held at the University of North Carolina. Photocopying not permitted.
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