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Parade, Hedville, Kansas

View of a band marching in a parade in Hedville, Saline County, Kansas. Also visible are spectators, men on horseback, automobiles, a horse-drawn wagon, utility poles and power lines, and a home and building along the city street.

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National Hotel, Salina, Kansas

View of the National Hotel located on Ash Street between Santa Fe Avenue and Seventh Streets in Salina, Kansas. The hotel offered 100 furnished rooms with electric lights, 30 steam heated baths and telephone service in all rooms. Also visible are pedestrians, a streetcar, a man driving a horse-drawn carriage, and utility poles and power lines along the city streets.

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Solomon Humbargar and family

A collection of photographs showing Solomon Humbargar and his family. He came to Kansas in 1857, first settling on the Solomon River in northeast Saline County. He was a farmer, buffalo hunter, and scout. Humbargar later moved to the north bank of Saline River, and in 1866, he built a log house. He married Nancy Ann Alley in 1871, and they had two sons, Charles and Howard. The family lived in this house until the 1890s when a two and one-half story, eleven-room frame house was constructed southeast of the log house.

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Watkins Products wagon

In this photograph a man stands next to a Watkins Products wagon hitched to team of horses.

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Butchering hogs,Saline County, Kansas

This photograph shows a group of men butchering hogs in Saline County, Kansas. At the bottom of the photograph the men have been identified as the following: George Sarver, Worth, Fred McCabe.

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School house, Assaria, Kansas

This photograph shows the two-story school house in Assaria, Kansas.

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Missouri Pacific or Union Pacific depot, Bridgeport. Kansas

This photograph shows a railroad depot in Bridgeport, Kansas. The wooden structure is either a Missouri Pacific Railroad Company or Union Pacific Railroad Company depot.

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Missouri Pacific Railroad depot, Falun, Kansas

This postcard shows the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company depot in Falun, Kansas. The one-story wooden structure features batten siding and a gable roof.

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Main street, Headville, Kansas

This photograph shows main street in Hedville, Kansas. The view also includes a store and blacksmith shop.

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High School, Kipp, Kansas

This photograph shows the High School, in Kipp, Kansas.

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