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Can anyone give this person some
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From: rmefferd(a)frontiernet.net ("Ronna Mefferd")
Subject: research project
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:46:02 -0000
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I need as much information and pictures as I can find on the courthouse =
for a humanities class. Most of all archictectural information similar =
to the Greek styles. I know the columns have a leaf sort of pattern at =
the top no I don't know if its the corinthian style or not.=20
Let me know if you know what resources I can use.
Thanks Ronna Mefferd
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Am looking for J Andy Coffman, married to Lulu Kuykendall, had a son Dean
Coffman. Lulu died in April 1913 in Arion, she is buried in Rose Hill
Cemetery in Missouri Valley, IA, am looking for what happened to J Andy
and son Dean after Lulu died. Anyone with info, would appreciate it, or
any look-ups on this family.
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