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Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas.

Date: 1900-1952

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Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - John L. Veselik barn destroyed by a tornado, July 6, 1952.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - C.J. Shemeall and a Franklin car.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Congregational Church, 10th and Broadway.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Tractor, early 1900Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - James A. Harney farm in Sherman County, Kansas.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Panoramic view of Kanorado, Kansas.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - President Howard Taft traveling by train through Goodland, Kansas, on September 21, 1909.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - First grain company in Edson, Kansas.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Jupe laundry located at 15th and Main.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - A group of football players in what could be Sherman County, Kansas.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - The new high school in Goodland, Kansas, May 1938.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Bacheldors place, north of Joe Williams

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - John L. Veselik barn destroyed by a tornado, July 6, 1952.

Item Number: 303159
Call Number: 1998-085.01, Folder 120
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 303159

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