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A collection of photographs showing Solomon Humbargar and his family. He came to Kansas in 1857, first settling on the Solomon River in northeast Saline County. He was a farmer, buffalo hunter, and scout. Humbargar later moved to the north bank of Saline River, and in 1866, he built a log house. He married Nancy Ann Alley in 1871, and they had two sons, Charles and Howard. The family lived in this house until the 1890s when a two and one-half story, eleven-room frame house was constructed southeast of the log house.

Date: Between 1905 and 1915

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Solomon Humbargar and family - Solomon, Nancy, Charles and Howard Humbargar.  Plate #1Solomon Humbargar and family - Cecil Humbargar in a row boat.  Plate #2Solomon Humbargar and family - Charles and Cecil Humbargar posed in front of their house. Plate #3Solomon Humbargar and family - Solomon Humbargar, sitting on Cecil HumbargarSolomon Humbargar and family - Howard HumbargarSolomon Humbargar and family - Cecil Humbargar standing next to a sewing machine. Plate #6Solomon Humbargar and family - Unidentified school group posed next to their rural schoolhouse. Plate #7Solomon Humbargar and family - Solomon Humbarger seated on a blanket draped chair.  Plate #8Solomon Humbargar and family - An unidentified child seated on a chair. Plate #9Solomon Humbargar and family - Cecil Humbargar  Glass Plate #10Solomon Humbargar and family - Mertie Humbargar and her daughter Iva Humbargar.  Plate #11Solomon Humbargar and family - Threshing crew in Kansas.  Plate #12

Solomon Humbargar and family - Solomon, Nancy, Charles and Howard Humbargar. Plate #1

Item Number: 219115
Call Number: 1988/3/Humbargar
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 219115

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