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Basketball team, De Soto, Kansas

This is an informal portrait of the coach and members of the De Soto High School girls' basketball team in De Soto, Kansas. A girl is holding a basketball with "DHS 1924" written on it. Also visible are a parked car, buildings, and a bicycle in the background.


Consolidated school in Minneola, Kansas

This is a panoramic photo showing students and teachers standing outside the Consolidated School in Minneola, Clark County, Kansas. The students appear to be both primary and secondary students.


Kansas Official Council, Topeka, Kansas

Paul Harrison

This is a panoramic photo of the members of the Kansas Official Council, Topeka, Kansas, grouped on the steps of the Capitol. This is a gathering of various county officials and the 1924 meeting was, apparently, the largest group to that time. A newspaper article indicated that 750 people attended. There is a banner that says "Kansas Grows the Best Wheat in the World." A boys band, including some African-American boys, is kneeling at the front of the group.


Rural school in Gray County, Kansas

This photograph shows students standing in front of a one room school located 12 miles north of Ingalls, Kansas. Earl Burgess was the teacher from 1923-1924, and the school was located on Burgess land.


John C. and Mary B. Vondemkamp Fienhage's children

This is a photograph showing John C. and Mary B. Vondemkamp Fienhage's children (left to right): Margaret Fienhage (born June 6, 1920 and died May 13, 2009 in Seneca, Kansas); Wilfred Fienhage (born January 1, 1918 in Baileyville, Kansas and died March 13, 1999 in Seneca, Kansas); and seated, Edna Fienhage (born March 22, 1924 and died of Scarlet Fever & Diphtheria January 5, 1925). The children lived on a farm in Nemaha County, Kansas, where their father was a farmer and stockman.

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