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"Aunt Sukey", born in the family of Governor Page of Virginia at his home "Rosewell"; later with Smith family of Lexington, Missouri as head servant. IM 001-004523. Carte de visite photograph by T.D. Saunders, Lexington, MO, ca. 1860. Missouri Historical Society Photographs and Prints Collections. NS 25315. Scan 2004, Missouri Historical Society.



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