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Southeast History Department presents 'Meet Me in 1904'
Southeast Missouri State senior Jessica Dickey explains what will happen during the living history performance 'Meet Me in 1904 or A Tale of Victorians Unbound,' Saturday, May 5, at the Glenn House, 325 S. Spanish, in Cape Girardeau. Presented by the Southeast Missouri State History Department students dressed in period costume to give performances examining the role of class, gender, technology, leisure, family in 1904 Victorian era.