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Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas.

Date: 1900-1940

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Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Tornado northeast of Goodland, June 9, 1960.  Photograph by Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Parker.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Katherine Caplan home.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Auto racers traveling from New York to Seattle, stopping in Goodland, Kansas, 1909.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Organ present to the Methodist church, March 13, 1912 by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Leonard.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - School transportation wagon, Delphi Wagon Works, Delphi, Indiana.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - A 4-H group.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Detwiler residence.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Rock Island employees, left to right: Sam Marts, brakeman; John Miller, conductor; D.E. Dimmitt, engineer; Bill Baily, fireman.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Football special coming arriving in Norton, Kansas, October 14, 1927.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Northwest corner of intersection, 10th and Main, about 1910.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Goodland High School Band parading through Norton, Kansas, October 14, 1927.

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Tornado northeast of Goodland, June 9, 1960. Photograph by Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Parker.

Item Number: 303135
Call Number: 1998-085.01, Folder 115-115A
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 303135

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