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Henry Worrall

Henry Worrall was an early Kansas artist who lived in Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas. An inscription on the back of the photograph reads as follows: "Prof. Henry Worrall, born Liverpool, England. Most expert wood carver, artist - designer, guitarist, composer of Sebastopol, Violet Waltzes, Etc., resided in [XXXXXXXX], Ohio & Topeka, Kansas, U. S. A."

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23rd Regimental Band, Kansas

This is a group of formal portraits of the members of the 23rd Regimental Band. The band began in 1890 as Jackson's Dispatch Band of Topeka, Kansas, then enlisted during the Spanish-American War as the regimental band for the all-black 23rd Kansas Volunteer Infantry. The captions give their name, musical instrument, and hometown. Lieutenant Colonel James Beck was the regimental commander of the 23rd Regiment. The band was commanded by 2nd Lieutenant and Adjutant, Samuel T. Jones, and directed by Professor George W. Jackson. First row, left to right: Sergeant Elijah E. Davis, E flat trumpet, Kansas City, Kansas; Charles A. Brown, Quartermaster Sergeant, Solo B flat cornet, Topeka; Samuel T. Jones, 2nd Lt & Adjutant, Kansas City, Kansas; Professor George W. Jackson, band master, solo slide trombone, Topeka; Andrew W. Washington, 1st Principal Musician, baritone, Kansas City, Kansas; Samuel M. Holt, Principal Musician & C.T. 2nd Tenor Slide Trombone, Wathena. Second row: Unknown, E flat clarinet, Topeka; Thomas Jackson, 1st B flat clarinet, Topeka; Horace G. Wilder, piccolo, Wichita; Dana Moore, drum major, Kansas City, Kansas; Albert Buford, flute, Wichita; Leander W. Northington, solo B flat cornet, Topeka; Henry R. Davis, 1st B flat cornet, Parsons. Third row: Charles D. Rhodes, 2nd B flat cornet, Bonner Springs; Z. Van Ewing, B flat cornet, Leavenworth; Thomas P. Shelton, solo alto, Kansas City, Kansas; William Vaughn, 2nd Alto, Topeka; Jasper Thornton, 1st tenor slide trombone, Atlanta, Georgia; Robert Parks, 2nd tenor slide trombone, Ft. Scott. Fourth row: Hollie E. Searcie, baritone, Topeka; Lester F. Kennedy, 1st tenor, Kansas City, Kansas; William A. Brooks, B flat bass, Topeka; Simeon E. McCarroll, tuba, Topeka; Prentice Griffin, tuba, Fort Scott; Marcus J. Owens, snare drum, Topeka; Wallace Bernal.

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Big Timber Band, Decatur County, Kansas

This is a photograph of young children and members of the Big Timber Band of Decatur County, Kansas. The children are dressed in uniforms with caps and ribbon sashes.

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Colby Band, Colby, Kansas

This is a formal portrait of the uniformed members of the Colby Band of Colby, Kansas, taken sometime in the late 1880s. The band instruments include one clarinet, two drums, and eight brass horns.

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Colby Band, Colby, Kansas

This is a formal portrait of the conductor and members of the Colby Band on stage at the Opera House in Colby, Kansas. A painted backdrop and curtains are visible in the background.

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Courtland City Band, Courtland, Kansas

This is a photograph of the members of the Courtland City Band of Courtland, Kansas. Also visible are spectators, a large dry goods store, and other buildings.

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Courtland City Band, Courtland, Kansas

This is a panoramic view of the conductor and members of the Courtland City Band of Courtland, Kansas. Also visible are utility poles, power cables, and business buildings along the city street.

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Dayton Band, Dayton, Kansas

An informal view of the members of the Dayton Band of Dayton, Kansas.

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Dodge City Cowboy Band on a round-up

View of men, some of whom are members of the Dodge City Cowboy Band, on a round-up in Indian Territory. Visible are a chuck wagon (with "L. N. York C.O.D." written on its canvas cover), men on horseback, dogs, the Dodge City Cowboy Band with their instruments, and a herd of cattle in the background.

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Dodge City Cowboy Band, St. Louis, Missouri

A studio portrait of the Dodge City Cowboy Band at the First National Convention of Cattlemen in St. Louis, Missouri. Pictured are: Back row: unknown, unknown, L.A. Lauber, J.S. Welsh, Charles Otero, unknown, Roy Drake; Middle row: Prof. Eastman, Prof. Miller, George [illegible], unknown, unknown, unknown, Frank Warren; Seated: Chalk Beeson, George Horder, William Visquesney.

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