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Box 1006

 Container

Contains 4 Collections and/or Records:

Series I: African American Studies, 1970-2008

 Series — Box: 1006
Overview Contains projects on various African American topics, including slavery, the lynching of Cleo Wright in Sikeston, MO in 1942 and the John S. Cobb Elementary School, an African American school in Cape Girardeau, MO built in 1916. For more information on Cobb School see Series IX: Subseries 1, which contains an oral history project on the school.
Dates: 1970-2008

Sub-Series 1: Businesses, 1999-2012, Bulk 2012

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Overview Materials concerning Cape City Bottling Works (Thilenus Warehouse), 228 N. Pacific, Cape Girardeau.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1999-2012, Bulk 2012

Sub-Series 2: Homes, 1981-2012

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Overview Structural reports and surveys dealing with personal residences in the Cape Girardeau area, including homes of individuals, such as Rush H. Limbaugh, B.G. Shackelford, and the D. A. Glenn House. Also includes a study on early German vernacular cottages.
Dates: 1981-2012

Historic Preservation Student Projects

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2002.190
Overview 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.
Dates: 1970-