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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.


Eudora School, Eudora, Kansas

Riddle, J. R.

Adults and a large crowd of children standing in front and to the side of a large, two story, stone schoolhouse in Eudora, Kansas. Note that the school was integrated, and that the boys and girls were grouped separately for the photograph.


Ne Kon We Tak

This is an 1870s portrait of a Pottawatomie boy named Ne Kon We Tak.


Smith Center Boys Band, Smith Center, Kansas

This studio portrait shows members of the Smith Center Boys Band in Smith Center, Kansas. Albert T. Reid, who later became a well-known political cartoonist in Topeka, Kansas, is pictured. He is standing second from the left.


George Wilcoxen's sod home in Kansas

This black and white photograph shows the George Wilcoxen's family and sod home northeast of Bloom in Ford County, Kansas.


Rhees Singley's sod house

This is a view of Rhees Singley's sod house near Plains in Mead County, Kansas.



A studio portrait of a young Kansa boy named Ma-ja-ho-ga. A second person, possibly his mother, is visible seated in a chair in the left margin of the photograph .


Kansa Indian school boys

Photo of ten Kansa Indian school boys holding bows and arrows at the Agency School, Washunga, Oklahoma Territory.


Julia Benjamin

A photograph of Julia Benjamin, mother of Homer Henry Benjamin.


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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