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Oscar E. Learnard came to Kansas from Vermont in the fall of 1855. He first settled in Lawrence, Kansas Territory, but later was one of the founders of Burlington in Coffey County, Kansas Territory in the spring of 1857. He served on the Territorial Council. He was president of the May 18, 1859, convention at Osawatimie where the Republican Party was organized. This photograph was taken later in his life by Mettner's Studio, Lawrence, Kansas.

Creator: Mettner Studios of Lawrence

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Item Number: 3908
Call Number: B Learnard Oscar E.
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 3908

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