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Eliza Clay Bear and granddaughter, Pottawatomie

This is a view of Eliza Clay Bear and her young, unidentified granddaughter in full dress regalia at the Topeka Fairgrounds in Topeka, Kansas.

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Dorothy Alice Akers Jones

A portrait of Dorothy Alice Akers Jones, wearing a dress that had belonged to her grandmother, Rosetta Maria Hungerford Akers. The photograph was taken on the south side of the Kansas State Capitol building in Topeka, Kansas.

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Graves Drug Store, Garnett, Kansas

Interior view of Graves Drug Store. Shown is the soda fountain, employees, and a customer.

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Wheat harvest, Sedgwick, Kansas

These two black and white photographs show harvest scenes in Sedgwick, Kansas. In the first image a group of men and women have gathered around a bundle of wheat, while the second photograph shows two woman and a gentleman gathered around a McCormick reaper.

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Kansas Girls Industrial School. Graduating into society

This silent film documents the State Industrial School for Girls in Beloit, Kansas, and depicts every aspect of the school's educational, vocational, and boarding programs. The Women's Christian Temperance Union established the school in 1889 and it was later acquired by the state. The purpose of the school was to reform economically or socially disadvantaged girls between twelve and sixteen years old. The school taught sewing, weaving, cooking, gardening and horticulture, wood carving, clay modeling, and the general duties of the household. The film showcases the following programs and activities: healthcare and hospital, housework, laundry, sewing, bakery, cooking, religious instruction, student government, dancing, table tennis, roller skating, Independence Day parade, flag drill, folk dance, track and field, and patriotic instruction. At the time the film was made the school included seven housing units (or cottages), a schoolhouse and farm buildings on 200 acres. Directed by Grace A. Miles. Photographed by Joseph A. Thompson.

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Bright Angel Lodge, Grand Canyon, Arizona

This photograph shows a group of people gathered in front of the Bright Angel Lodge located at the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.

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