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Anderson County Schools Bibliography

Image of 1887 Anderson County, Kansas map showing locations of rural schools, copied from Fifth Biennial Report of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture.Anderson County School Superintendent. A Souvenir of Fairview School, District No. 37, Anderson County, Kansas. Colony, KS: Gleaner Print, 1899. (K379.51/An2/Pam.v.1/no. 1).

Anderson County Superintendent Public Instruction. School Directory, Public Schools of Anderson County, 1958-1959. Garnett, KS: Author, 1959. (K379.5/An2/1959).

Anderson County Superintendent Public Instruction. School Directory, Public Schools of Anderson County, 1960-1961. Garnett, KS: Author, 1961. (K379.5/An2/1961).

Anderson County Superintendent Public Instruction. School Directory, Public Schools of Anderson County, 1962-1963. Garnett, KS: Author, 1963. (K379.5/An2/1963).

Anderson County Superintendent Public Instruction. Thirteenth Annual Report of Anderson County Schools, 1906-1907. N.p.: Author, 1907. (K379.5/An2a).

Conn, Kay. "School Districts in Anderson County, Kansas." 18 Topeka Genealogical Society Quarterly (July 1988): 86. (K929/T62q/V. 18/no. 3).

Couch, Ben J. "Colony Residents Justly Proud of Modern, Well Equipped School." Iola Register. June 23, 1955. [1 p.]. (Reel: I317).

Dockstader, Alice. "Giant Eagle Shot in Early Days Gave Name to School District Near Harris." Garnett Review. Apr. 26, 1934. [1 p.]. (Reel: G523).

"Four Generations of Setter Family Attended School in Old Stone Building." Garnett Review. Mar. 4, 1957. [2 pp.]. (Reel: G540).

Photograph showing members of a graduating class in Colony, 1908."Historical Sketch of Colony Schools." Anderson County Countian. Sept. 15, 1960. [1 p.]. (Reel: G500).

Johnson, Harry. "Condensed Accounts of Anderson County Rural Schools, Including Early History of the Districts and Notes of Interest, Submitted in the County-Wide School History Contest." A History of Anderson County, Kansas. Garnett, KS: Garnett Review Co., 1936. (K978.1/-An2/J62/pp.306-327).

Lesh, Leta. "Worth While When Read: Hyatt School District History." Anderson County Countain. Apr. 26, 1934. [1 p.]. (Reel: G488).

Mace, Kenneth. "Little Red School House Last in Anderson County." Ottawa Herald. Sept. 24, 1965. [1 p.]. (Reel: O535).

Ramsey, James A. The Anderson County Teacher. Garnett, KS: Author, 1891-93. (370.5/An23).

"Schedule an Open House Sunday for Kincaid Elementary School." Ft. Scott Tribune and Monitor. Sept. 18, 1964. [1 p.]. (Reel: F386).

Squires, Blanche. "Fire Once Destroyed Cherry Mound School, But It Has Continued to Serve Westphalia." Garnett Review. May 17, 1934. [1 p.]. (Reel: G523).

Stewart, Wilma. "Prize-Winning School History Traces Story of District No. 11 From Civil War Period." Garnett Review. Mar. 15, 1934. [1 p.]. (Reel: G523).

"Students of Early Days Learned All Their Instructors Could Teach Them." Garnett Review. June 14, 1934. [1 p.]. (Reel: G523).

"Volunteers Raze Old Greeley School Building." Kansas City Star. June 20, 1966. [1 p.]. (Reel: 718).

"Voters Turn Down Rural High School." Topeka State Journal. Oct. 11, 1971. [1 p.]. (Reel: T1928).

Waltman, Gladys. "Builders of Early Stone Schoolhouse in Earnest District Bothered by Earthquake." Garnett Review. May 10, 1934. [1 p.]. (Reel: G523).

"Westphalia to Merge With Garnett School." Topeka Daily Capital. Jan. 15, 1970. [1 p.]. (Reel: T771).

Whitwell, Gladys, Ruth Peterman Althea Robertson. "Welda School Grew from Rude Wooden Building to Modern Brick Structure." Garnett Review. Nov. 8, 1934. [1 p.]. (Reel: G523).