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Rural Electrification Administration, Brown County

Wiggins, Byron

These workers from the Rural Electrification Administration are putting in a pole, Brown County, Kansas. This was the first rural electrical line in Kansas.


Notice! This is to warn you that the H.B. Howard Electrical Company hasn't a single licensed electrician in their employ

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

A notice to the public that the H.B. Howard Electrical Company does not employ any licensed electrician or one who can lawfully do electrical work in the city of Topeka without the constant supervision of an electrician. It also states that anyone finding a person doing the job by themselves to notify the members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers or other proper authorities. This notice was signed by the Local Union 226 of the I.B.E.W., and committee members J.R. Woodhull, J.J. Carnahan, and J.W. Keele.


Fort Dodge Soldiers' Home - Discharge of Chief Engineer

Kansas. Governor (1915-1919: Capper)

This file includes general correspondence relating to the discharge of the Chief Engineer and Fort Dodge Soldiers' Home. Topics included, but not limited to, in the file is possible rioting by inmates if Nelson Larson is removed as Chief Engineer, newspaper clippings discussing Governor Capper's interference in Larson's discharge, and management of employees at Fort Dodge Soldiers' Home. This is part of a bigger collection of Governor Arthur Capper correspondence.

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