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Vern Miller on a motorcycle

A photograph showing Vern Miller, Sedgwick County Deputy Sheriff, seated on a motorcycle.

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Vern Miller and Pearl Miller

A photograph of Vern Miller, Sedgwick County Marshal, and his mother Pearl Miller.

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Vern Miller

A photograph showing Vern Miller, Sedgwick County Marshal, looking at marijuana plants.

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Vern Miller

A photograph showing (l to r) Charlie Lutkie; Guy Goodwin; and Vern Miller, Sedgwick County Marshal, looking at confiscated alcohol.

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Vern Miller

A photograph showing Vern Miller, Sedgwick County Marshal, holding a punching bag for Alton Lane. Shortly after he became Marshal, Miller formed the Vern Miller Boxing Team at a local Boy's Club in Wichita, Kansas. He trained with the boxers and refereed matches.

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Vern Miller and Sedgwick County traffic control officers, Wichita, Kansas

A photograph of Captain Vern Miller and Sedgwick County traffic control officers, Wichita, Kansas. Officers in the photograph are (left to right): Gene Kuhn, Joe Quick, Bob Harderode, John Adams, Hollis Nichols, Denver Bland, Dale Menefee, Ed Riordan, Ray Mitchell, Vern Miller, Raymond Dougherty, Harry Price, Al Boyle, Roy Mitchell, Larry Duffy, Bill Docekal, and James "Red" Young. The photograph was taken on the east side of the sheriff's office with Market Street in the background.

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Gravestones of Rev. Jotham Meeker and Eleanor Meeker

Six photographs of the graves of the Rev. Jotham Meeker and his wife, Eleanor D. Meeker. The graves are in the Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds near Ottawa, Kansas. The Rev. J. Meeker was a printer and missionary who established the Ottawa Baptist Mission in 1836/37. He is reputed to have printed the first book in Kansas, a textbook for Indians.

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Rev. John Tecumseh Jones and Jane Kelly Jones gravesite

These two photographs show the monument and gravesite of Rev. John Tecumseh Jones and his wife, Jane Kelly Jones. The gravesite is in the Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds located three miles north east of Ottawa, Kansas. John T. Jones is the founder of Ottawa University.

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Gravestones of John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones and Jane Kelly Jones

Four views of the gravestone of John Tecumseh (Tauy) Jones and his wife, Jane Kelly Jones, located in the Ottawa Indian Cemetery. John Tecumseh Jones was a founder of Ottawa University.

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Gravestone of Chief Compchau

A photograph of the gravestone of Compchau, Chief of the Ottawas. The gravestone is located in the Ottawa Indian Burial Grounds near Ottawa, Kansas.

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