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Kansas Territorial Centennial beard contest

This black and white photograph shows a group of teachers from the Topeka School District standing on the steps of a unidentified building in Topeka, Kansas. The men were participants in a beard-growing contest to commemorate Kansas' territorial centennial, 1854-1954.


Navajo Tribal Fair

Erb, Don

This black and white photograph shows bronc riding at the Navajo Tribal Fair.


Co-op tour group from Alta Vista, Kansas

A large group of Alta Vista farmers and ranchers stop at the Co-op offices in Kansas City while on a bus tour in 1958. Identified from left to right, first row: Vernon Zeckser, Oral Weeks, Homer Roberts, Walter Kraus, Vernon Richter, Clyde Thomas, Albert Meinhardt, Theodore Jones, Victor Zimmerman, and Virgil Bryant. Second row: Aaron Unruh, Harlow Crowell, O.H.Swenson, George Eberle, Roy Carlton, Wayne Horne, Dale Fechner, Emmit Furney, and Walter Rutledge. Third row: Charles Wrenn (bus driver), Carl Ziegenhirt, Purley Horne, Bert Sisson, Arthur Kahle, T.W. Hodge, W.R. Zimmerman, Henry Andret, M.W. Andres, and Walter Swartz. Fourth row: Roy Reed, John Little, Maurice Cashman, Wallace Cripps, Dan Cashman, William Reineke, Benjaman Pape, C.E. Ensiminger, and Ed Newmeyer.


Kansas Survival Plan Project to Adjutant General

This report from the Kansas Survival Plan Project to the Adjutant General of Kansas, lists the attendance of Public Information Specialist Pauline D. Beatty from May 1st to May 31st of 1957.


Mary Short pottery, Topeka, Kansas

Kansas Industrial Development Commission

These three photographs show Mary Short Pottery in Topeka, Kansas. A Topeka artist during the 1940s and 50s, Mary Short, (1879-1967), specialized in pottery that featured colors of pink and aqua in the clay. The first photograph shows the pottery building where she worked. The second and third images show Mary with her collections of work.


Wallace G. Jeffrey

This is a photograph showing a Kansas Power & Light line crew in Manhattan, Kansas. Wallace G. Jeffrey is third from the right.


Topeka Owls baseball team in Topeka, Kansas

King, Orin C.

This black and white photograph shows members of the Topeka Owl's baseball team. The minor league team was located in Topeka, Kansas, from 1939 to 1942 and later from 1945 to 1954.


Lawrence fire department, station no. 2

Two photographs of Fire Station No. 2 in south Lawrence, Kansas. The station was opened in 1929 at 1839 Massachusetts Avenue. Pictured are firemen Dresser, Foy Brown, and Captain Edwin Miller.


Robert Taft correspondence related to frontier artists, Waud - Zogbaum

This is a series of research correspondence from the Robert Taft collection relating to frontier artists. Robert Taft (1894-1955) was a professor of chemistry and author on the subjects of photography and art. The artists included here are Alfred R. Waud, Alfred S. Waugh, William E. Webb, Danquart Anthon Weggeland, John E. Weyss, J.S. White, Worthington Whittredge, Samuel M. Wiles, Charles "Carl" Wilmar, George Winter, John D. Woodward, Henry Worrall, N.C. Wyeth, Harvey B. Young, John T. Young, and Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum.


Haskell Institute students

The photograph shows female students learning how to dress and groom in evening gowns. Established in 1884 as the Indian Industrial Training School, Haskell Institute evolved into what is now Haskell Indian Nations University.

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