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Polly Ann McColl

Ada McColl

This is a photo of Polly Ann McColl with a wheelbarrow of buffalo chips in an unidentified Kansas location. The photo was taken by Polly Ann's daughter, Ada


Minnie Klapp Harvey

Admire Studio

This is a photograph of Minnie Klapp Harvey, first cousin of Zelmah McGuire Pullins. Minnie was the bookkeeper at the dry goods store which later became Kneelands and G.W.Cleek's The Racket Store. Harvey is wearing black muslin sleeves with elastic at the wrists and above the elbows to keep her white blouse sleeves clean.


Mrs. T. Sutherland

A. G. DaLee

A portrait of Mrs. T. Sutherland, born in Ohio, August 4, 1820 and died in LaLuz, New Mexico, March 18, 1897. Mrs. Sutherland, along with her son and daughter, were in their home at the corner of Berkley and Massachusetts Streets, Lawrence, Kansas, at the time of Quantrill's raid.


Ethel Shaw

Alvord, L. G. (Lystrom G.)

This is a photograph of Ethel Shaw as a young adult who lived in Emporia, Kansas. See also Unit ID 449836.


Photographers Association of America


A panoramic view of the 40th Annual Convention of the Photographers Association of America, meeting in Kansas City, Missouri.


14th Annual Reunion of the 32nd U.S. Volunteer Infantry Association


A panoramic photo and a cropped version of the same photo of the 14th Annual Reunion of the 32nd U.S. Volunteer Infantry Association, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Benton Roy Hanan is in the first row (squatting) 12th from the right. His wife, N. Ethel Brown Hanan is standing behind him.


Missouri Valley Photographers' Association

Anderson Photo Co.

A panoramic photo of the Missouri Valley Photographers Association, Kansas City, Missouri.


Children on a picnic in Council Grove, Kansas

Anderson, Walt

A group of picnicking children and their teacher for the camera. In the background of one photograph, bicycles leaning against the trees are visible. In another, there is a view of the Neosho River.


Frances Johnson Gayden

Aplington, Kate Adele, (1859-1928)

This is studio portrait of Frances Johnson Gayden, who was born April 9, 1873, in Gallitin, Tennessee. Both of her parents were ex-slaves; however, they were skilled and provided a comfortable life for their family. Frances attended elementary school in Dunlap, Kansas, and when she graduated, her mother sent her to a small boarding school for African-American girls in Topeka. After leaving boarding school, she worked for a milliner and later as a domestic. She married Andrew Gayden in 1903, and they lived in Kansas City, Kansas. Later, they moved to Dunlap, Kansas, where they lived until Andrew's death on June 24, 1935. After his death, she and her children could not manage and lost the farm. Frances later moved to Oakland, California, and lived with her daughters. She died in November 1951, while visiting Fern, her daughter. The photograph was taken by the Aplington Studio(?) in Council Grove, Kansas.


Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company's dining car department

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company

This photograph shows a group of women assembling napkins and tablecloths for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company's dining car department.

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