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Thematic Time Period -- Cattle Drives, 1867 - 1885 (Remove)
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Ida Alfreda Bechtel

A studio portrait of Ida Alfreda Bechtel at age ten. In 1893, Bechtel married East Branch Township, Kansas, businessman Ashley Rood. The couple had two children: Ruth and Harold.

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William Allen White

This is a photo of William Allen White as a young child.

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Carrie Rood

This postmortem photograph of Carrie Rood (1869-1870), infant daughter of George H. and Helen Mars (Thomas) Rood, was taken after her death from consumption in Lapeer, Michigan. The Rood family later moved to rural Marion County, Kansas, where they built a farm, livestock, and feed business in partnership with their sole surviving child, Ashley.

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Shops in Dodge City, Kansas

A view of men and children on the sidewalk in front of the Drover's Store and J. Muellers Shop in Dodge City, Kansas.

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Ashley Rood

This is a studio portrait of (Edgar) Ashley Rood, son of George H. and Helen Mars (Thomas) Rood, at the age of three. The couple's only son and sole surviving child, Rood became a partner in his parents' farm, livestock, and feed business outside of Peabody, Kansas, when he graduated from high school.

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William Allen White

This is a colorized photo of William Allen White as a child. As publisher and editor of the Emporia Gazette newspaper, White gained national fame with his editorial "What's the Matter with Kansas?" during the Populist era in the 1890s. A supporter of the Progressive movement, he wrote countless editorials as well as articles for national magazines and books. In 1924, he ran for governor of Kansas to highlight his campaign against the Ku Klux Klan.

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