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James Butterfield
scandalous affair, eloped with Mrs Howe.
Daily Missouri Democrat
St. Louis, Missouri
October 10, 1873 - Page 2

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Peter verhorst
building permit for erection of new building
Daily Missouri Democrat
St. Louis, Missouri
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waterman sword
St Louis Republic
Saint Louis, Missouri
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Kansas City daily journal
Kansas City, Missouri
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