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Title | Creator | Date Made Visible | None

Knights and Ladies of Security Band, Topeka, Kansas

An informal portrait of the Knights and Ladies of Security Band of Topeka, Kansas.


Modern Woodmen of America Band, Hamilton, Kansas

View of members of the Hamilton Military Band of Hamilton, Kansas. The group is also identified as Camp 1817 of the Modern Woodmen of America.


Modern Woodmen of America Band, Nortonville, Kansas

View of the Modern Woodmen of America band and spectators at the Nortonville, Kansas, railroad depot.


Modern Woodmen of America Band, Topeka, Kansas

Members of the Modern Woodmen of America Band of Topeka, Kansas.


Modern Woodmen of America Parade, El Dorado, Kansas

A view of several Modern Woodmen of America bands in a parade on Central Avenue in El Dorado, Kansas. Also visible are spectators, horse-drawn carriages, utility poles and power lines, American flags, and the buildings and businesses along Central Avenue.


Newton Rotary Club Boys Band, Newton, Kansas

A view of the members of the Newton Rotary Club Boys Band of Newton, Kansas.


Chalk band in Chalk, Kansas

Studio portrait showing members of the Chalk band from Chalk, Kansas. Some of the members have been identified as Mr. Hull, George Pardee, John Dorgan, William Dorgan, John Russell, and Edgar Channel. The man seated on the far left, holding a horn, is Edward Cooper. The man holding the horn and seated to the left of the man in the center is Elzie Cooper, Edward's half-brother.


Philharmonic band in Newbury, Kansas

Palenske, Louis F., 1858-1943

Photograph showing members of the philharmonic band from Newbury, Kansas, standing outside an unidentified building. The band was organized on October 1, 1883 by Father Hundhausen. Members are identified as (back row, left to right) Leo Hund, Frank Muckenthaler, Frank Breitenstem, Albert Muckenthaler, John P. Zellers, William Glotzbach, Joe Glotzbach, Moritz Guth, Ferdinand Herman (director), Fred Zeferjohn, and John Mock; (front row, left to right) Joe Muckenthaler, Jim Mock, Charles Glotzbach, Martin Muckenthaler, Valentine Mock, Leopold Muckenthaler, and Bill Mock.

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