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Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas.

Date: 1900-1940

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Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - An unidentified man inside the Methodist Episcopal Church.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - EdsonScenes of Sherman County, Kansas - J. Johnson, Al Trapper, and A.V. Critchfield standing next to Rock Island engine 566 in Goodland, Kansas.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - The Mallinery Store with three Seaman sisters pictured in the middle.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - GoodlandScenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Sink hole in Wallace County, March 14, 1926.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Fire west side of Main between 10th and 11th, March 13, 1908.  Bock Hardware on the left and Roth Bakery on the right.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Cattle at Kanorado, Kansas.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - The Ennis home.  Left to right: Fred Hunt, Mrs. Fred Hunt, and Mrs. Ennis.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Mangus farm house.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Shrine Day in Goodland, Kansas, September 11, 1919.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Samuel Adamson soddy in Lincoln Township.

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - An unidentified man inside the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Item Number: 303103
Call Number: 1998-085.01, Folder 110-110A
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 303103

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