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Graham County Kansas People & Scenes

Date: 1914 - 1968

Level of Description: Coll./Record Group

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Unit ID: 310603

Summary: 1) Carl Peterson on horseback; 2) George Cooksey at the family home; 3) Dr. Bundy (center), an early day physician; 4) Fabricius family eating watermelon, c.1920; 5) Hilda Sumner (she worked in the post office), 1922; 6) Old Courthouse, from the northeast, jail is in the foreground; 7) Miss Aldrich & Mrs. Langley, 1921; 8) Joyce Blackman on the right, 1918. She was an Army cook during World War I; 9) Ada Law, 1921; 10) Hilday & May Sumner standing near an automobile; 11) Girl in dark dress is unidentified, middle girl is Ada Brown, niece of Dr. Brown, the dentist, Belva Jones is on the right and Mary Wagner is the girl sitting on the ground. They are on the Hays Campus; 12) Belva Jones & Nelda Lee, 1921; 13) Charlotte Beeby, daughter of Fred Beeby, 1914; 14) Old Hill City's grade/high school; 15) Ralph Moore & Frank Dailey during World War I; 16) Freshmen class of 1921, school unknown, see copy for names of individuals; 17) L. Peterson in Navy uniform during World War I; 18) Phillips girls, c. 1926. Their fathers were Chet & Harry Phillips; 19) Ben Cooksey, 1919; 20) Carl Peterson in uniform, World War I; 21) Ivan Mort, interesting historian of the county. Photo taken in 1968 when he was 90; 22) Exterior of Studly Methodist Church; 23) Exterior of Morland Methodist Church; 24) Exterior of the Hill City Methodist Church; 25) Exterior of Bogue Methodist Church; 26) Exterior of Studley Methodist Church

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Title (Main title): Graham County Kansas People & Scenes

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    Bogue (Kan.)
    Graham (Kan.)
    Hays (Kan.)
    Hill City (Kan.)
    Morland (Kan.)
    Sheridan County (Kan.)
    Courthouses
    Methodists
    World War, 1914-1918