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Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas. Included are scenes of a train wreck May 2, 1913, near Colby, Kansas, and the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Goodland, Kansas, with an inset photo of the pastor Rev. J. R. Thomas.

Date: 1890-1930

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Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Wreck on Rock Island Railroad caused by washout, Colby, Kansas, May 2, 1913.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Wreck on Rock Island Railroad caused by washout, Colby, Kansas, May 2, 1913.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - The Stewart girls with a steam engine and grain separator, 1915.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Showing Rev. J.R. Thomas of the First Methodist Church in Goodland, Kansas.Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Avery engine with pictured left to right: William J. West, Herman Nell, and Bill Baker

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas - Wreck on Rock Island Railroad caused by washout, Colby, Kansas, May 2, 1913.

Item Number: 305282
Call Number: 1998-085.01, Folder 205A-206-208
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 305282

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