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There is now and interim president of the Missouri History Museum. Bob Cox will guide the institution until the full-time president is named.

Cox spent 46 years working for Emerson, most recently in the rold of Senior Vice President of Administration. He is on the boards of KidSmart, the United Way, and the Boy Scouts of America and a trustee at Webster and Drury Universities.

His contract with the museum runs through the end of this year.

 

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COLLINSVILLE, Ill. (AP) - Historic, cast iron signs that once stood outside the oldest cemetery in a southwestern Illinois community are being donated to the Collinsville Historical Museum.

   The 100 year old signs were added to Glenwood Cemetery in 1913, but removed in the 1960s.

   Now they'll be displayed in the museum, which received them this week.

   Museum officials say they're trying to figure out how to hang the rusted and dirty signs that were once black with white lettering.

   Glenwood is Collinsville's oldest cemetery and was created by William Collins, who founded the city.

 
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