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Vern Miller on a motorcycle

A photograph showing Vern Miller, Sedgwick County Deputy Sheriff, seated on a motorcycle.

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Union Pacific Railroad Company depot, Bavaria, Kansas

This photograph shows two men on a motorcycle in front of the Union Pacific Railroad Company depot at Bavaria, Kansas.

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Vern Miller

A photograph showing Vern Miller, Sedgwick County Sheriff, seated on a motorcycle. He served as Sheriff from1964 to 1970.

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Rural mail carriers, Oakley, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows three rural mail carriers with their motorcycles in front of the post office at Oakley, Kansas. Two of the motorcycles have Thor IV written across the tank.

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Scenes from Sherman County, Kansas

Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas. In the GAR veteran's photograph, pictured left to right are: Newton Know, J.H. Honey, J.H. Stewart, Charles Young, George Robb, A.D. McIntyre, George Murry, and Mark Cuthbertson.

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Jackson's Garage, Clay Center, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows the store front of Jackson's garage in Clay Center, Kansas. In the doorway of the business, a gentlemen informal stands before the camera while a second man poses with an Indian (Motocycle). To the left of the men, a wooden sign reads "LIKE A FLASH" Indian (Motocycle). The Indian (Motocycle) Company was founded as the Hendee Manufacturing Company in the early 1900s by George M. Hendee and Carl Oscar Hedstrom in Springfield Massachusetts. The dark red motorcycle, a company trademark, was purchased by customers from all walks of life.

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Rural mail carriers, Oakley, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows three rural mail carriers standing beside their motorcycles in front of the post office at Oakley, Kansas. Two of the motorcycles have Thor IV written across the tank.

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Rural mail carriers, Oakley, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows three rural mail carriers on their motorcycles in front of the post office at Oakley, Kansas. Two of the motorcycles have Thor IV written across the tanks.

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Postal mail carriers, Webber, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows two mail carriers from Webber, Kansas, standing beside their delivery motorcycles. The gentleman have been identified from left to right: George Graham, RFD carrier for Route 2, and Mort Harding RFD carrier for Route 1.

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Hockaday Motor Cycle Company

Business advertisement contained in the Automobile Club of Wichita's "Year Book" for 1909 to 1910. "Woody" Hockaday, a automobile dealer from Wichita, launched a campaign to mark Kansas auto routes. Later in 1918, he published a road map showing 33 marked highways in the United States.

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