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Lorraine (Lizzie) Elizabeth Wooster

Atherton & Hopkins

A profile portrait of Lorraine ( Lizzie) Elizabeth Wooster. In 1919, she was the first woman elected to the Kansas Superintendent of Public Instruction.

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Eldon and Ramona Johnson

This is a photograph of Eldon and Ramona Johnson who received certificates of appreciation from the Kansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (KEC) in Topeka, Kansas. The Johnsons, who lived in rural Assaria, Kansas, were honored for their contributions to rural electrification in Kansas. Ramona was a member and participant in the KEC Women's Executive Committee for 12 years, including four years as its historian. Eldon served as the KEC Trustee Representative from DS&O Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc., for 13 years. While a member of the KEC board, Eldon, was KEC treasurer for two years, KEC secretary for two years, and KEC president for two years, completing his term as president in 1996.

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Solomon and Nancy Ann Humbargar farmstead, Culver, Kansas

This photograph shows Solomon and Nancy Ann Humbargar standing in front of their farmstead near Culver, Kansas.

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Solomon and Nancy Ann Humbargar farmstead ,Culver, Kansas

This photograph shows the Solomon and Nancy Ann Humbargar family, standing on the east side of their home, near Culver, Kansas. The farmstead was located 2 1/2 miles east and 1 mile south of Culver in Saline County, Kansas. The family have been identified from left to right: Solomon Humbargar, Nancy Ann (his wife), Charles Humbargar and Mertie (his wife), (young girl) Iva and boy is Cecil Howard Humbargar and wife Carrie and their son Lee and son Lester (in his mother's arms).

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Brookville Hotel, Brookville, Kansas

This photograph shows Miss Terry Douglas of Larned, Kansas reading a book at the Brookville Hotel in Brookville, Kansas.

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Brookville Hotel, Brookville, Kansas

This photograph shows a woman dressed in period clothing at the Brookville Hotel in Brookville, Kansas.

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Brookville Hotel, Brookville, Kansas

This photograph shows Miss Terry Douglas of Larned, Kansas and a gentleman eating a chicken dinner at the Brookville Hotel in Brookville, Kansas.

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Brookville Hotel, Brookville, Kansas

This photograph shows Miss Terry Douglas of Larned, Kansas looking at a painting of William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody at the Brookville Hotel in Brookville, Kansas.

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Unidentified women's group, Salina, Kansas

This photograph shows a unidentified women's group from Salina, Kansas. The women have been identified from the back row, left to right: Mrs. T. A. Williams, Ada Wolsieffer, ?, Mrs. Braniff, Aunt Mary Geis. Front row: Mrs. Carroll, Abbey Geis, Mrs. Wilkinson, Aunt Aggie Schwartz. Seated: Mrs. James Purcell, Mrs. Summers.

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Jayhawker Tractor Girls, Salina, Kansas

This photograph shows members of the Jayhawker Tractor Girls with four covered wagons pulled by a tractor. One of the wagons reads, "Woman's National Agricultural Legion," and another, "Jayhawker Tractor Girls." The Woman's National Agricultural Legion, originally the Jayhawker Tractor Girls, was organized at the start of World War I in 1918. The group encouraged women to join the farm labor force while men were away fighting in Europe.

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