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A pair of cowboy boots decorated with many Kansas symbols, including sunflowers, wheat, oil derricks, and the state seal and motto. They were made by the Nocona Boot Company and belonged to former Kansas Governor, Frederick Lee Hall (1916-1970). Governor Hall was a native of Dodge City, serving as governor of Kansas from 1955-1957.

Creator: Nocona Boot Company
Date: between 1940 and 1965

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Item Number: 221737
KSHS Identifier: 1972.134.1

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