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Twenty-three photographs of the Weir Mining Camp. Weir City, generally called Weir by the residents, was built on land owned by T. M. Weir and was laid out by him. Weir is located in Cherokee County approximately two miles south of the Cherokee and Crawford county line and nine miles west of the Kansas and Missouri state line. It was founded in 1872 and continues in existence today. Photographs include images of residents, businesses, churches, schools, and private residences. Also included is an image of a boiler explosion, a greeting card, and an invitation to a private event.

Date: Between 1909 and 1933

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Weir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Group of 6 Mine with 2 Children, 04/16/1905Weir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Boiler Explosion Crowe #3, 03/03/1909Weir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Primarily Veatch Family, ca. 1910Weir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Drawing of Mule Hoist, Hamilton Coal CompanyWeir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Baptist Church, Weir, KSWeir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Commercial Building, Weir, KSWeir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Catholic Church, Weir, KSWeir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Presbyterian ChurchWeir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Colored School, Weir, KSWeir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Labor Day Celebration, Weir City, KSWeir, Cherokee County, Kansas - M. E. Church, Weir City, KSWeir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Main Street Scene, Weir, KS

Weir, Cherokee County, Kansas - Group of 6 Mine with 2 Children, 04/16/1905

Item Number: 448101
Call Number: Miners Hall 00004
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 448101

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