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Robert and Madine Mueller Papers

Consists of correspondence of George T. Pickett dates ranging from 1928 to 1957; random newspapers dates ranging from 1921 to 1971; a selection of books with subjects ranging from Arithmetic to "Common Sense in Idealism"; and other assorted documents.

These items were given to Mayor Freddie Boswell by Robert and Foy Madine Mueller who found them in the attic of the late M.G. Foster's home as it was being destroyed to make way for Hwy. 171 in the late 1970's. This house was located near Hwy. 171 Speedway in New Llano. Mr. Foster was buried on his property; his grave remains at the site.

NOTE: Although we have not been able to confirm this, we believe that Mr. Foster was a relative of Sidney I. Foster who was the attorney for the colony.




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