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Deposition taken for Kansas Supreme Court case William Reynolds, plaintiff v. The Board of Education of the City of Topeka, defendant. John P. Rogers, Shawnee County Surveyor, was questioned about the elevation, slope, and drainage around the schools in question: Lowman Hill and Douglass. The case was filed by Mr. Reynolds, plaintiff, who wanted his son, an African American, to attend Lowman Hill School, a new building which was designated for white students. African American students in the same district, including Reynold's son, were forced to attend Douglass School, an inferior and unsanitary building. Deposition given by John P. Rogers, Shawnee County surveyor.

Creator: Stark, J. M.
Date: September 6, 1902

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Item Number: 209523
Call Number: Kansas Supreme Court, Case #13140
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 209523

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