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Blue Mound School, Jefferson County

These three boys with lunch pails are walking from the Blue Mound School building near Valley Falls in Jefferson County, Kansas. Also visible in the background are a shed and a girl standing near the school.

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Medicine Lodge School, Medicine Lodge, Kansas

This sepia colored postcard shows students from the seventh grade class at Medicine Lodge, Kansas.

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African American musicians

Lawrence, A (Alfred), 19th cent.

This photograph, from a glass plate negative, shows a group of African American men holding musical instruments alongside two women and children. Alfred Lawrence's studio was located in Lawrence, Kansas, but the actual location of this photograph is not known.

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Unidentified boy

Lawrence Studio

This photograph from a glass plate negative shows an informal portrait of a young African American boy.

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Daily Capital flower automobile, Topeka, Kansas

This sepia colored photograph shows a group of people standing beside an automobile filled with bouquets of flowers and a banner reading "Daily Capital Flower Automobile".

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Fairview School, Nicodemus, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows a group of African-American students with their teacher from Fairview School near Nicodemus, Kansas. The school was located 2 miles north of Nicodemus. A few names are visible but it is not clear to what child they apply.

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African American pioneers in Graham County, Kansas

This black and white photograph shows a group of African American pioneers from Graham County, Kansas. Many of the first black settlers in Graham County were part of the Exoduster movement, an effort to get southern blacks to settle on the farm land that was readily available in Kansas. Donor supplied information which indicates this is a photograph of the Wheeler, Tinsley and Schnebly families. People in the photograph are: Albert Wheeler (second from left) he was a descendant of escaped slaves who came to northeast Kansas in 1862 and lived in Brown and Nemaha Counties. Albert was a successful farmer in Logan County. Viola (Schnebly) Wheeler (third from left) is Albert's wife. The man beside Viola (4th from left top row) is Joseph Wheeler, Albert's brother, who died young. Mr. Schnebly (5th from left) is Viola's father, he lost a leg in a train accident near Hill City, KS. Anna Louise (Wheeler) Tinsley (far right holding Frank Tinsley, a baby) is Albert Wheeler's sister. Frank Tinsley was born around 1917.

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Elementary school in Dunlap, Kansas

This is a photograph showing students at Dunlap Elementary School in Dunlap, Kansas.

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Nell, Fern, and Clark Gayden

This is a photograph of Nell, Fern, and Clark Gayden, possibly taken in Dunlap, Kansas.

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Frances Johnson Gayden and Virginia Gayden in Dunlap, Kansas

This is a photograph of Frances Jane Johnson Gayden, born April 9, 1874 in Gallitin, Tennessee, and her daughter Virginia Gayden, born October 7, 1911 in Dunlap, Kansas.

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