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Vancil-Rizer Letters, Virginia, 1960-1968.   28 items.  2005.132.
Holograph and typewritten letters from Vancil-Rizer, St. Joseph, [Mo], to Mississippi Riverboat Captain Clarence N. Fultz, Cape Girardeau, [Mo], regarding her grandfather’s riverboat the Paw Paw, sunk by the Union Army during the American Civil War just north of Cape Girardeau at Vancil’s Landing.
Vandiver Autobiography, Willard Duncan, 1968.  6 items.  1989.002.
Photocopied typescript (45p) by Vandiver (1854-1932), former Professor of Natural Science and President of the Missouri State Normal School at Cape Girardeau, and Missouri Congressman credited with originating Missouri’s “Show-Me State” nickname. Manuscript covers Vance and Vandiver family genealogies, Vandiver’s educational and religious upbringing, professional training, years in Cape Girardeau and as a Congressman, and other personal and political reminiscences. Accompanied by four photocopied news clippings and photocopied image of Vandiver.
Vandivort Reminiscences, C. A., circa 1950. 1 item.2004.031.
Typed reminiscences of Vandivort regarding the Common Pleas Courthouse at Cape Girardeau, and its various renovations, beginning in 1885.
Victorian Homes, 1982. 1 item. 2002.040.
Magazine with article and photographs “Christmas at Missouri’s Glenn House,” (pp 33-43), Fall 1982.
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