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Floyd Wallace and Andy Madsen

These photographs show two portraits of United States sailors from Rawlins County, Kansas. In the first photograph, Floyd Wallace is dressed in a naval uniform that features a back flap and neckerchief. The second photograph, shows Floyd Wallace, (left), and Andy Madsen, (right), both dressed in the traditional naval uniforms.

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United States sailor

Lawrence Studio

Side-by-side black and white photographs of a United States sailor dressed in the traditional uniform of a back flap and neckerchief.

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World War I soldiers

Lawrence Studio

A photograph from a glass plate negative of two unidentified World War I soldiers.

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Louis Mosley

A photograph of Louis Mosley taken in France during World War I. He served as a doctor at Base Hospital 91 and was assigned to the 35th Division. Mosley was born in Missouri, later moved to Kansas, and eventually retired in Ft. Scott.

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Children in costume, Clay Center, Kansas

This postcard shows two children dressed as a World War I soldier and a Red Cross nurse in Clay Center, Kansas. The back of the postcard identifies them as the Wilson children.

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