Kansas Historical Quarterly - Spring 1975
Spring 1975, No. 1
Cover and contents
Dudley T. Cornish, "Carl Becker's Kansas: The Power of Endurance," p. 1. (Volunteer: Marilyn Payne)
Clyde Thogmartin, "Prosper Jacotot: A French worker Looks at Kansas in 1876-1877," p. 14. (Volunteer: Marilyn Payne)
Nyle H. Miller, ed., "An English Runnymede in Kansas," p. 22. (Volunteer: Marilyn Payne)
Clayton R. Koppes, "The Industrial Workers of the World and County-Jail Reform in Kansas, 1915-1920," p. 63. (Volunteer: Marilyn Payne)
Bypaths of Kansas History, p. 115.
Kansas History as Published in the Press, p. 119.
Kansas Historical Notes, p. 122.
Members of the British Runnymede tennis club pose for a picture on their home court in Harper county, Kansas, August 13, 1891. Presumably some of the members were merely spectators, not players. (The touches of color were added by our friendly printers.) A story of the British colony (1888-1892) begins on p. 22, and will be concluded in the Summer 1975, issue.