Kansas Historical Quarterly - Autumn 1960
Autumn 1960, Number 3
Charles R. Wetzel, "Monument Station, Gove County," p. 250.
James C. Malin, "Eugene Ware and Dr. Sanger: The Code of Political Ethics, 1872-1892," p. 255.
Lela Barnes, ed., "An Editor Looks At Early-Day Kansas: The Letters of Charles Monroe Chase—Concluded," p. 267.
Nyle H. Miller and Joseph W. Snell, "Some Notes on Kansas Cowtown Police Officers and gun Fighters—Continued," p. 302.
Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 340.
Kansas Historical Notes, p. 343.
Downtown Topeka as it appeared in the horse-and-buggy days: looking south from Sixth and Kansas in 1873. The large building in the center, slightly altered, still stands. It is currently occupied by Parkview Drugs. For a description of Topeka in 1873 see pp. 294-297.