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William E. Blackburn, Anthony, Kansas

Unmounted tintype portrait of newspaperman William E. Blackburn, Anthony, Kansas.


Jonathan Crews to Thomas Nesbit Stinson

Crews, Jonathan

Jonathan Crews, writing from LaPorte, Indiana, expressed strong proslavery views on the situation in Kansas. Crews described his trip home to Indiana from Kansas and discussed several Indiana court cases involving his business interests.


John Johnston

This is a mounted tintype portrait of John Johnston, older brother of William Agnew Johnston. John Johnston remained in East Oxford Township, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada, where he owned a farm. He married first in 1871 and had seven children, one of whom (Howard) also moved to Minneapolis, Kansas to join family already there. John's first wife died in 1895. In 1900, he remarried and had three more children, the eldest of whom was Harcourt Templeton Johnston.


Daniel Cook

Half cased sixth plate ambrotype portrait of Daniel Cook.


W. E. Wallace

Tintype portrait of W. E. Wallace in a decorative sleeve.


Unidentified men

Unmounted tintype portrait of a group of unidentified men.


L. Richmond Elliot and Thomas Ryner

Cased ninth plate ambrotypes of L. Richmond Elliott and and Thomas Ryner.


Samuel H. Maunder

Cased sixth plate tintype portrait of Samuel H. Maunder.


Frank Moon

Cased tintype portrait, possibly of Frank Moon.


List of voters of 7th senatorial district

Barry, Abraham

A list of the voters in Kansas Territory's 7th senatorial district, which included Manhattan and the area surrounding it. Voters were categorized as free soilers, proslavery, and doubtful. The census was taken by order of the "Central Committee" (a free state group) and was signed by Abraham Barry, Isaac T. Goodnow, and J. D. Adams of District Committee No. 7.

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