Captured on Film #52
Captured on Film galleries feature Southeast Missourian photographs taken mainly in the 1960s through the 1990s, before the age of digital photography. Comments or questions about these images should be directed to librarian Sharon Sanders at email@example.com.
Published Jan. 20, 1991.
John Blue, retired editor of the Southeast Missourian newspaper, recalled writing about World War II, and the Korean and Vietnam wars for the newspaper. (Fred Lynch ~ Southeast Missourian archive)
Published June 19, 1989.
Work was underway on the installation of an elevator at Cape Central High School. Here, workers with R.A. Schemel and Associates of Perryville, dug the elevator shaft. Pictured are: Ed Adams, Rueben Hotop and Daryl Ferris. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published Feb. 13, 1991.
Cape Girardeau businessman Martin Hecht presented the Israeli perspective of the Persian Gulf War at a public forum held at Southeast Missouri State University. Seated was Maj. Roger McMaster of the university's department of military science. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published Aug. 22, 1968.
Marilyn Godwin and Peggy Deneke counted textbooks in the Jackson R-II High School library, one of the jobs which had to be completed before the start of classes. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published Nov. 10, 1966.
Guy M. Jackson, 18, grimaced in pain as he was lifted into an ambulance by Walter Joe Ford, left, and Walter H. Ford. Jackson received injuries when his motorcycle was struck at 724 Broadway by a car. Police officer Jack Theriac looked on. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published Feb. 8, 1991.
Cape County Presiding Commissioner Gene Huckstep, left, presented a check for $10,000 raised from marriage license fees to Bettie Knoll, special officer with the Cape Girardeau Police Department, and Steve Strong, board vice president for Safe House for Women, Inc. The funds helped enable Safe House to provide shelter for victims of domestic violence. (Southeast Missourian archive)
Published Feb. 17, 1991.
Taxidermist Devin Amelunke showed off an Alaska brown bear in his Jackson shop. (Southeast Missourian archive)