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This is an interior view of people attending a session of the Haskell County district court in Santa Fe, Kansas. This image was obtained from a 1930 edition of the Sublette Monitor. The people are identified from left to right (top row) as: William Weider Lucus, sheriff; Myrtle Rice, court reporter; Judge William Howard Thompson; Albert Jasper, clerk of the district court and a Christian preacher; Clarence Glenn Dennis, county attorney and a lawyer in Sublette; (second row) T. W. Marshall, lawyer from New Ulysses; John Jacob Miller, pioneer publisher of The Sublette (then the Santa Fe) Monitor; an unidentified lawyer; Herbert White Stubbs, a lawyer from Ulysses; Henry Oscar Trinkle, lawyer from Garden City; Herbert Rhoades, lawyer from New Ulysses and later Nebraska; Charles E. Vance, a lawyer from Garden City; Albert Watkins, a lawyer from Dodge City; Arlon B. Crum, a lawyer from Lyndon, KS; Richard Joseph Hopkins, later a federal judge; Edgar Foster, a lawyer from Garden City; John Mars, a lawyer from Santa Fe; Lewis Antrim Madison, a lawyer from Dodge City, and Ralph Wallace, a Satanta merchant.

Creator: Steele, F. M. (Francis Marion), 1866-1936
Date: November, 1912

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Item Number: 7962
Call Number: Haskell County Historical Society: F. M. Steele co
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 7962

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