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Children, Gray County, Kansas

Bailey, Marion W.

This photograph shows children on a wagon, possibly participating in a parade, Gray County, Kasnas.


Teepee, Satanta, Kansas

Baumer, Beverly

These two black and white photographs show a teepee in Satana, Kansas. The structure is located in the city park along U.S. Highway 56. The first image shows three boys of possible Mexican-Kiowa descent in front of the teepee. In the first year of its opening, 3,000 visitors came to the teepee.


Robert Dawson Lykins

Bever Studio

A photograph of Robert Dawson Lykins. In 1935, he moved with his parents Lloyd and Susie Lykins and siblings from Denver, Missouri to Atchison, Kansas. After graduating from high school he started in the grocery business. In 1938, he started working at Arnsberg's grocery store located at 10th and Main in Atchison, Kansas. In 1945, Lykins became the manager of Arensberg's store at 9th and Parallel. Three years later in 1948, he went into business for himself opening a store at 526 North 2nd. Lykins worked hard keeping the store open from 10 am to 10 pm each day for the first 15 years. He closed the business in 1975 after it became economically difficult to compete with larger stores.


Boys with mule

Bibb, James

This black and white photograph shows two boys in a two wheeled cart being pulled by a mule in either Barber or Pratt counties.


Daughters of Stumbling Bear, Kiowa Indian

Bliss, W. P.

This cabinet card of two Kiowa girls, identified as daughters of the chief Stumbling Bear, was made by William P. Bliss in Indian Territory in the late 1870s. Bliss was a photographer in the 1860s, 1870s and perhaps 1880s who is known to have worked in Kansas, Indian Territory, and New Mexico. Following his discharge from the Army, Bliss opened a photographic business in Topeka in 1864 or 1865. By 1870, he had moved his family to the Wichita area, where he both farmed and worked as a photographer. From there, he went to Indian Territory, first to the Cheyenne Agency at Darlington in late 1874 or early 1875, and soon thereafter to Fort Sill. By 1878 or 1879 Bliss had moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico. This cabinet card was an early donation to the Historical Society. Its accession date of March 29, 1878, means the photograph was likely made in the 1875-1877 period. The cabinet card carries no photographer's imprint, but the accession information attributes it to Bliss, as does the one other known example of the image.


Cool and Bourne Family Picnic, Delephos, Kansas

Bourne, Bert A.

This black and white photograph shows members of the Cool and Bourne family at a picnic on Indian Lookout south of Delphos, Kansas. The individuals have been identified from left to right as: Ona Slater Bourne, Katherine Bourne, Lou H. Cool, Bessie Bourne Cool, Roscoe Bourne, Mrs. Dan Bourne, Gordon Bourne, (at camera), Maude Bourne, Joe Cool, Grace Cool, Vesta Cool, Essie Bourne and Beulah Bourne.


Navajo Wand Dancers

Bradley, R. Collins

This black and white photograph shows a group of Navajo Wand Dancers waiting to participate in a parade in Gallup, New Mexico.


Lois McCarthy, Santa Fe Courier Nurse

Brent, Orville

This black and white photograph shows Santa Fe courier nurse Lois McCarthy reading to from left to right, Edward Schaefer of Guilford, Connecticut, and John Godsmark of New Hyde Park, New York. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company assigned registered nurses, known as couriers, to their passenger trains from the 1930s to the 1960s to attend to the medical needs of passengers.


Mattie Walton

Burgener, John H.

This is a cabinet card of Mattie Walton, born February, 1885, the daughter of Louis and Ella Walton. The Waltons lived in Harper, Kansas.


Ernest Mourning

Charles, A. B.

A portrait of Ernest Mourning taken at age 16. The portrait was taken in Blue Mound, Kansas.

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