Jump to Navigation

Greenwood County Scenes

Date: 1920 - 1960

Level of Description: Coll./Record Group

Material Type:

Call Number: Unavailable

Unit ID: 310823

Summary: 1) S&H Bakery, 114 East Fourth Street, Eureka, c.1920's. Mr. Brown is the man in front. He later bought the bakery. The building is now Jarvis Auto Supply (1990); 2) Teterville sunday School group, 1930's; 3) Arlie Burt, Mayor of Eureka, seated. Left to right standing: Edwin Wood, Editor of Eureka Herald, Carl Knudsen, Fire Chief, Charles Berry, City Commissioner, c.early 1960's; 4) Holly Johnson, son of Sven & Hanna Johnson, n.d.: 5) Lamdba Chi Alpha, K-State University, Manhattan, early 1920. Second from right is Melvin Claycomb Wallace; 6) Group of Eureka people. Front row (l to r): Ed Ladd, Harold Hart, unidentified, Jack Ronen. 2nd row (l to r): Mr. Chamberlien, Mrs. Chamberlein, Unidentified, Unidentified. 3rd row (l to r): Mr. Darby, county attorney, Ed Brenton, Paul Clark; 7) Hannah, Sven and Oscar Johnson, n.d. Probably taken between Junction City and Alta Vista; 8) Two unidentified women, taken in the basement of the first Greenwood County Courthouse, between 1926-1928; 9) Teeterville Sunday School group (adults), c.1930's

Space Required/Quantity: [Not stated]

Title (Main title): Greenwood County Scenes

Scope and Content


Locator Contents

Index Terms


    Eureka (Kan.)
    County attorneys
    Sunday schools