Archives and Special Collections at Southeast Missouri State University acquires, preserves and makes accessible research materials that document the historical, literary and cultural experience of Southeast Missouri,the Mississippi River Valley region, and the history of Southeast MissouriState University. ----MAJOR COLLECTIONS: Records of Southeast Missouri State University. Louis Houck Papers, 60 cu. ft. Records of Southeast Missouri Teachers Association, 40 lin. ft. H.H. Lewis Papers, (1930-1981), 2 cu. ft. Papers of socialist poet from the southeast Missouri region. Ste. Genevieve Records, (1756-1839), 76 Microfilm reels. Ethel Mabuce Papers, (1891-1974), 1 cu. ft. Correspondence of a Missourian's missionary work in Burma, ca. 1921-1925. Mrs. Paul R. Williams Papers, (1924-1957), 1 cu. ft. Political correspondence of a past president of the Missouri Federation ofDemocratic Women. Julian Friant Papers, (1922-1939), 2 cu.ft. Political correspondence and public papers of a Special Assistant to the U.S. Secretary ofAgriculture, 1933-1939. Cape Girardeau Eagle: Union Series, (May 10-Aug 16, 1872), 1 microfilmreel. Only known complete set of newspaper published by Union troops occupying Cape Girardeau early in the Civil War.
306 Kent Library, One University Plaza, MS 4600,
Cape Girardeau MO 63701
Phone: (573) 651-2245
Fax: (573) 651-2666
Contact Name: Roxanne Dunn, Special Collections and Archives Librarian
Categories: Educational, Political