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Identifier: P0632

Title: Charles M. Rice II Collection

Description: In the 1850s the Rice family arrived in St. Louis. Jonathan Rice was the first vice-president of Rice Stix Dry Goods Company, which was founded in 1862. He married Aurelia Stix, the daughter of his business partner. They had a son, Charles Marcus Rice who married May Nanette Goldman in 1908. Charles M. Rice II was born two generations later. The Charles M. Rice II Collection of family photos includes portraits and snapshots of the Rice, Goldman, Eisendrath and May families. The collection includes photographs of their residences and vacation postcards, as well as a 1948 photo album with unidentified photos of a group visiting a swimming hole. See also the Rice Family Collection (collection 602 in this guide). Subjects include: Charles M. Rice; May Goldman Rice; Erna Rice Eisendrath; Jay Goldman Rice; Jonathan C. Rice; Morton J. May; lodges; Hortense Goldman; interior of a cave; wildflowers; residence at Oak Knoll; residence on Kingsbury Place; residence on Hortense Place; residential interiors; residence in Charkevoix, Missouri; West Pine residence.

Rights: UND

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Dates: 1920 - 1983

Type(s): Portrait Photographs, Snapshots
Collection

Maker/Creator: Charles Overall; St. Louis studios: Eugene Taylor; Strauss; Ferman; Schweig; Conkling

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