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Group in front of First Swedish Baptist Church, unknown location

Wolcott

This panoramic photograph shows a group of men, women, and children in front of a brick structure. The information on the back of the photograph says it is a Swedish Baptist Church but the location is not given. There is an additional note that indicates the photo was not from Franklin County.

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Dorothy Umphrey

Huffman, J. B.

This is a photograph of Dorothy Umphrey a resident of Iola, Kansas.

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Dedication of the juvenile building at the Odd Fellows Rebekah Home in Manhattan, Kansas

Spicer & Bumbarger

This panoramic photograph shows the dedication of the juvenile home which was part the Rebekah-Odd Fellows of Kansas. The Rebekahs were the women's organization of the International Order of Odd Fellows. It was located in Manhattan, Kansas in an area known as Eureka Lake, which had formerly been a resort. A home for the elderly was also located on the same site. The home for the elderly was destroyed by fire on November 26, 1916.

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Class portrait, Mount Olive School, Greeley County, Kansas

A teacher, surrounded by students, sits at her desk in the Mount Olive School in Greeley, Kansas. A United States flag, a sign urging students to "Do right" and a portrait, possibly of Woodrow Wilson, are visible in the background.

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Irene Shaw

Alvord, L. G. (Lystrom G.)

This is a photograph of Irene Shaw wearing a coat and fur muff. She lived in Emporia, Kansas.

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