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Baby Kaffir Queen Float, Kaffir Corn Carnival Parade, El Dorado, Kansas

This photograph shows a the Baby Kaffir Queen and her court of children on a float in the Kaffir Corn Carnival Parade in El Dorado, Butler County, Kansas. This publication was funded in part by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission through the Kansas State Historical Records Advisory Board.

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Barbershop singers in Topeka, Kansas

Schrock, John Edward

These two photographs show barbershop singers serenading a customer in an onstage performance. The barbershop singers are young boys.

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Barbershop, Dodge City, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows a young boy reading a book while receiving a haircut at a barbershop in Dodge City, Kansas. In the background by-standers can be seen at the window.

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Barbershop, Lawrence, Kansas

Lawrence Studio

This photograph from a nitrate negative shows a young boy receiving a haircut at a barbershop in Lawrence, Kansas.

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Baseball team, Emporia, Kansas

This is a formal studio portrait of the members of an Emporia, Kansas, baseball team dressed in long coats and top hats. They were called the "Champions of Kansas." Members of the team: (1) Fran Miller, Umpire; (2) W. Irvin, treasurer; (3) E. Ateyes, shortstop; (4) O. M. Wilhite, right field; (5) Charles Evans, pitcher; (6) John Rooks, left field; (7) V. Passington, first base; (8) H. Thomas, scorer; (9) J. Patterson, center field; (10) W. O. Jones, second base; (11) Frank Randolph, pitcher; (12) J. H. Gabriel, third base; (13) Frank Varvel, catcher; and (14) Skeeter, a young boy who was the team mascot.

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Basketball game, Treece, Kansas

Atkinson Studio

This photograph shows the Junior-Hi Midgets basketball team playing a game in Treece, Kansas. The photograph was copied from an album loaned by the family.

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Basketball team, De Soto, Kansas

This is an informal portrait of the coach and members of the De Soto High School girls' basketball team in De Soto, Kansas. A girl is holding a basketball with "DHS 1924" written on it. Also visible are a parked car, buildings, and a bicycle in the background.

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Bell Grade School in Atchison County, Kansas

This is a photo of Bell Grade School #59 students and teacher, Lancaster Township, Atchison County. The photo is for the 1904-05 school year. The school was two miles north of Lancaster. There is also a souvenier program for the 1903-04 school year. The students are listed as Eddie Dorssom, George Dorssom, Albert Dorssom, Julia Dorssom, Willie Dorssom, Ruth Dorssom, Louis Buttron, Edna Fuhrman, Laura Fuhrman, Clara Gigstad, Gena Gigstad, Harry Gigstad, Gilbert Gigstad, Julia Gigstad, Elsie Keithline, Anna Hegland, Grant Hegland, Susie Hegland, Josie Buckles, Gladness Cole, Alice Burns, Nettie Burns, Joe Hartman, Adolph Kloepper, Freddie Kloepper, Clara Petersen, Elsie Petersen, Grace Petersen, Lotta Petersen, Fred Matthias, Dessa Matthias, Willie Matthias, Max Matthias, Gladys Nettleton, Edna Nettleton, Oliver Nettleton, Robert Nettleton, William Nettleton, Guy Rule, Leon Rule, Martin Trainer. The teacher is Henry L. McLenon.

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Bell Grade School in Atchison County, Kansas

This is a photograph showing students and teacher at Bell Grade School #59 in Lancaster Township, Atchison County. The school was two miles north of Lancaster. Students in the photo are front row (left to right): Jocy Buckles, Susie Hegland, Anna Hegland, Julie Gigstad, Annie Gigstad & Louis Buttron. Back row (left to right): Harry Gigstad, Lee Rule, Guy Rule, Jum Flatter, Jess Trion (orphan boy) and George Reinhardt, teacher.

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Bernice Howe and Helen Howe

Mae Brady Studio

This is a portrait of Bernice Howe and her first cousin Helen Howe. Bernice was the daughter of Mark Watson and Alice Morrow Howe and Helen's parents were George Christina and Jennie A. Cornish Howe. Both of the girls grew up on farms near Esbon (or Ezbon), Jewell County, Kansas. The photograph was taken by Mae Brady Studio, Mankato, Kansas.

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