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Lorraine (Lizzie) Elizabeth Wooster

Atherton & Hopkins

A profile portrait of Lorraine ( Lizzie) Elizabeth Wooster. In 1919, she was the first woman elected to the Kansas Superintendent of Public Instruction.

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Unidentified women's group, Salina, Kansas

This photograph shows a unidentified women's group from Salina, Kansas. The women have been identified from the back row, left to right: Mrs. T. A. Williams, Ada Wolsieffer, ?, Mrs. Braniff, Aunt Mary Geis. Front row: Mrs. Carroll, Abbey Geis, Mrs. Wilkinson, Aunt Aggie Schwartz. Seated: Mrs. James Purcell, Mrs. Summers.

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Jayhawker Tractor Girls, Salina, Kansas

This photograph shows members of the Jayhawker Tractor Girls with four covered wagons pulled by a tractor. One of the wagons reads, "Woman's National Agricultural Legion," and another, "Jayhawker Tractor Girls." The Woman's National Agricultural Legion, originally the Jayhawker Tractor Girls, was organized at the start of World War I in 1918. The group encouraged women to join the farm labor force while men were away fighting in Europe.

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Parade, Salina, Kansas

These two postcards show a street scene of people watching a parade, in Salina, Kansas. Some of the participates include a group of women carrying a banner that reads "Suffragettes." In the second postcard, participates are carrying a banner that reads "The Passing of 1913 Show."

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Centennial parade, Salina, Kansas

These five photographs show the centennial parade in Salina, Kansas. There are views of people watching the parade from a rooftop, some ladies sitting on a replica of a steam engine, a float carrying beauty queens, and two photos of a horse and buggy. The event celebrated the centennial founding of Salina as a city.

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Centennial parade, Salina, Kansas

These five photographs show views of the Centennial Parade in Salina, Kansas. There are scenes of horse-drawn wagons, decorated automobiles, and an Elks Lodge float. The event celebrated the centennial founding of the city of Salina.

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Centennial parade scenes, Salina, Kansas

These two photographs show scenes of the Centennial Parade in Salina, Kansas. The first photograph shows women dressed in vintage clothing. The second image shows a man driving a horse-drawn buggy with other men in civil war uniforms standing on each side of the buggy. The event celebrated the centennial founding of the city of Salina.

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Automobile show, Salina, Kansas

Rolfe Photo, Salina, Kansas

This photograph shows a street scene of an automobile show in Salina, Kansas. The automobiles with their drivers are parked along Santa Fe Avenue in downtown Salina.

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Rainbow Girls, Salina, Kansas

Three photographs of the Rainbow Girls. Two photographs are of the girls on bicycles, in one they are preparing to ride in a Fourth of July parade and in another, they are riding in the parade. Another photograph shows the girls posing on a hammock with their parasols and fans.

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Salina Plumbing Company delivery wagon, Salina, Kansas

These three photographs show the delivery wagons of the Salina Plumbing Company in Salina, Kansas. The first image shows Anna Geis, the bookkeeper, standing next to the wagon. The second view shows Ed Sharp leaning on the wagon. The last photograph shows just the horse and wagon.

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