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Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas.

Date: 1890-1920

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Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - An army plane crash where fourteen people were killed, 4 1/2 miles west of Goodland, Kansas, July 18, 1946.  This is the largest piece of the wreckage.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Henry TagtmeyerScenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Campbell Bros. circus parade, Goodland, Kansas, August 28, 1908.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - White Kitchen restaurant, on Main between 16th and 17th streets.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Engine 1997, C 42 Class, 280 freight, in Kansas City, July 1950.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Crowd gathered at the north end of the railroad back shops for a flag raising, Goodland, Kansa, 1918.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Wagon load of watermelons in front of the G.L. Colvert Land Office in Goodland, Kansas.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Jesse Craft sod house built in 1903, with family members pictured.

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - An army plane crash where fourteen people were killed, 4 1/2 miles west of Goodland, Kansas, July 18, 1946. This is the largest piece of the wreckage.

Item Number: 304899
Call Number: 1998-085.01, Folder 142
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 304899

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