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Two photographs showing the dedication of a monument erected in memory of pioneers who came to Lawrence, Kansas in 1854. Dedication of the Shunganunga boulder took place in Robinson Park. People in the photograph are (left to right) W. E. Connelley, secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society; chancellor E. H. Lindley, University of Kansas; Charles H. Tucker, chairman of the monument committee and his grandson Harry Stucker; Mayor R. C. Rankin; Governor Clyde M. Reed; Miss Hannah Oliver, author of inscription on monument; Rev. Frederick C. Lawrence of Cambridge, Massachusetts, grandson of Amos A. Lawrence, for whom Lawrence, Kansas was named; and Congressman Ulysses Samuel Guyer.

Date: October 11, 1929

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Item Number: 223313
Call Number: FK2.D4 L.64 *3-4
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223313

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