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PLATE, COMMEMORATIVE
[Documentary Artifact]


missing
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Accession Number: 1983.3770.17

Physical Description: White ceramic Kansas Centennial plate. Image of the outline of the state of Kansas, with most counties and some towns identified. Color images of sites in Kansas overall on the map. Image depicts a meadowlark, sunflower, and buffalo. Three hanging holes in the foot on back.

History of Object: Part of an Eisenhower collection acquired by J. Earl Endacott, the former Executive Director at the Eisenhower Presidential Library.

Date: 1961

Dimensions (in cm): 20.90 (H) 2.40 (W)

Marks/Inscriptions: [front] KANSAS / 1861 ? CENTENNIAL ? 1961 / THE WHEAT STATE / MEADOWLARK / STATE BIRD / SUNFLOWER / STATE FLOWER / BUFFALO / STATE ANIMAL // [in gilt on back] S-104 // [in grease pencil 1.50 //

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Associations and Subjects

    Individual: Endacott, J. Earl (John Earl), 1900-1982
    Theme/topic: Anniversaries
    Theme/topic: Bison
    Theme/topic: Centennial celebrations
    Theme/topic: Wheat
    Theme/topic: Sunflowers
    Theme/topic: Meadowlarks
    Theme/topic: Kansas symbols

Status: Cataloged

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