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Photograph, Glenn School, District #33, Lecompton Township, Douglas County, approximately 1885. School children in front of stone building with shutters on windows. Younger children in the front two rows, older children in the back row. Identified on a separate piece of paper: 1st row: Charley F. Brown, Sadie Morris, 5th [in row] Katherine Glenn (Kate McClanahan), Joe E. Brown; 2nd row: 2nd in row Martha Brown (Mattie--Mrs. John Matney). She also attend [sic] Lane University, 5th in row Hanes Heise, 7th in row Willy Henry; 3rd row: 2nd in row - the teacher, George L. Glenn, 5th in row, John Pearl Henry, 6th in row Minnie Heise (Mrs. Frank Clark). Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission through the Kansas State Historical Records Advisory Board.

Date: 1885

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Item Number: 440757
Call Number: Lecompton Historical Society L0673
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 440757

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