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65th wedding anniversary of Louis Lipoglov and Louella Lipoglov

65th wedding anniversary of Louis Lipoglov and Louella Lipoglov
Date: Between 2005 and 2006
A photograph showing the 65th wedding anniversary of Louis Lipoglov and Louella Lipoglav. Pictured standing: Donna Lipoglav, Annie Cheney, Lonnie Lipoglav, and Janice Lipoglav. Seated: Louella Lipoglav and Louis Lipoglav. The celebration took place at the Frontenac Parrish Hall at Sacred Heart in Frontenac, Kansas. Louella and Louis were owners of the Chicken Annie's Original and Chicken Annie's Girard restaurants in southeast Kansas.


A. Roenigk to George W. Martin

A. Roenigk to George W. Martin
Creator: Roenigk, Adolph, 1847-1938
Date: April 06, 1907
A letter from Adolph Roenigk of Lincoln County, Kansas, to George W. Martin, Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, Kansas. Roenigk writes that a paper he submitted to the Historical Society, a reminiscence of Ferdinand Eberhardt, had a mistake in the years Mr. Eberhardt remained a widower before his second marriage.


Abandonment of Lucy Sharpe Brooks by Husband

Abandonment of Lucy Sharpe Brooks by Husband
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1915-1919: Capper)
Date: January 6, 1915
This file includes general correspondence relating to the abandonment of Lucy Sharpe Brooks by her husband. The first letter by Lucy Sharpe Brooks is reiterating her desire for justice of her husband after he married her and then left with her money, leaving her homeless and penniless. She is writing to Governor Capper after receiving no response from the previous Governor, George H. Hodges (1866-1947). The second letter is the Governor's office acknowledging the letter but saying the State has nothing to do with domestic matters such as Lucy Sharpe Brooks is writing about.


Abandonment of Mattie Marion by Husband

Abandonment of Mattie Marion by Husband
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1915-1919: Capper)
Date: 1913-1915
This file includes general correspondence relating to the abandonment of Mattie Marion by her husband. Topics included, but not limited to, in the correspondence is Mattie Marion being abandoned by her husband after moving to Missouri for him to return to Kansas, procedures to take her husband to court in Kinsley to support her and their child, and the role of the County and General Attorney and Governor in domestic cases. This is part of a bigger collection of Governor Arthur Capper correspondence.


Adam and Liddie Kanauss on their wedding day

Adam and Liddie Kanauss on their wedding day
Creator: Jeffcoat Studio
Date: Between 1925 and 1929
This is a photograph showing Adam and Liddie Kanauss on their wedding day near Hope, Kansas. Adam worked on the C. A. Pray farm.


Aiken J. Sexton correspondence

Aiken J. Sexton correspondence
Creator: Sexton, A.J.
Date: 1862
Letters from Aiken J. Sexton to his wife, Catherine. Aiken was a private from Company E of the 12th Wisconsin Volunteers and wrote these letters as he traveled through Kansas during the Civil War.


Alexander Staerkel and Johanna Henke Staerkel on their wedding day in Topeka, Kansas

Alexander Staerkel and Johanna Henke Staerkel on their wedding day in Topeka, Kansas
Date: 1906
This is a photograph of Alexander Staerkel and Johanna Henke Staerkel on their wedding day in Topeka, Kansas.


Alexander and Allie McCoid, Liberal, Kansas

Alexander and Allie McCoid, Liberal, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1920
This photograph shows Alexander and Allie McCoid standing in front of their residence in Liberal, Kansas.


Amelia and Louis Paetke

Amelia and Louis Paetke
Date: Between 1900 and 1910
This is a studio portrait of Amelia and Louis "Louie" Paetke from Alma, Kansas.


Andrew Henry and Mary Gudenkauf Zind Henry

Andrew Henry and Mary Gudenkauf Zind Henry
Date: January 7, 1896
This is a photograph showing Andrew A. Henry and Mary Gudenkauf Zind Henry on their wedding day. Andrew A. Henry was born in Bavaria, Germany on December 31, 1860, and his parents were George Heinrich Henry and Eliza (Iva) Dougle Henry. Andrew immigrated to the United States in 1881 at the age of 21 and settled in Kingman County, Kansas. He worked for the railway company in Kingman for a few years before coming to Nemaha County in 1893 where he settled on a farm near Goff, Kansas. In 1896, he married Mary Gudenkauf Zind at Sts. Peter and Paul Church in Seneca, Kansas. They had six children Frank, Antone, Leo, Catherine, Joseph, Bernard and Clemens Zind, Mary's son from a previous marriage. On September 18, 1910, Mary died of peritonitis. On January 21, 1914, Henry married Josephine Dreier and they had one son Vincent. In 1924, Andrew and Josephine moved from the farm to a home in Seneca, Kansas. Andrew Henry passed away December 12, 1947. Mary Gudenkauf Zind was born November 14, 1869 in Minster, Auglaize County, Ohio and her parents were Henry Clemens and Maria Catherine Barhorst Gudenkauf. Mary's parents moved to Seneca, Kansas in 1886 after their flour mill was destroyed by a fire. In 1890, Mary married Antone Zind, and they had two children Margarite (who died at the age of 2) and Clemens. Antone Zind died in an accident on a farm just east of Seneca on August 29, 1893, at age 31.


Andrew Jackson Huntoon correspondence

Andrew Jackson Huntoon correspondence
Creator: Huntoon, Andrew Jackson, d. 1902
Date: 1860-1863
Andrew Jackson Huntoon was a physician who came to Kansas in 1857, settling south of Topeka in Williamsport, Shawnee County. In 1861 he enlisted with the 5th Kansas Cavalry volunteer regiment, serving as assistant surgeon and surgeon of that group, seeing service along the Missouri border and in Arkansas. After mustering out he settled in Topeka, where he died in 1902. This collection consists primarily of letters to or from Lizzie, Huntoon's friend and later wife. Some of the content describes Indian affairs and military matters. A complete transcription is available by clicking "Text Version" below.


Angel and Mary Ramirez Valdivia at their wedding meal held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Topeka, Kansas

Angel and Mary Ramirez Valdivia at their wedding meal held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Topeka, Kansas
Date: September 13, 1958
This is a photograph showing Angel and Mary Ramirez Valdivia's wedding meal at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Topeka, Kansas. People in the photograph are (left to right) Rito Valdivia, Marcelina Aguiano, Carman Valdivia, Mary Valdivia, Victoria Ramirez, Josephine Carmone, Mary Ramirez Valdivia, Angel Valdivia, Edmund Carmona, Father Krutkramer, Father Roman, Raymond Valdivia, Ygnacio Ramirez, and Leonila Valdivia. The wedding was held September 13, 1958.


Arma mining camp, Crawford County, Kansas

Arma mining camp, Crawford County, Kansas
Date: 1905-1943
Photographs and postcards of the mining camp, businesses, community interests, residents, and buildings in Arma, Kansas. The city of Arma was incorporated in 1909 and is located in Crawford County about nine miles north of Pittsburg. Previously the area was known as Rust, a small coal camp laid out in 1886. The town was inhabited by miners from many of the surrounding mines. Arma continues today and is home to a few businesses, a grade school and a high school.


Arthur Edward Mattox and Hulda Florence Parks Mattox collection

Arthur Edward Mattox and Hulda Florence Parks Mattox collection
Creator: Mattox, Hulda Florence Parks
Date: April 7, 1908 - December 21, 1908
These courtship letters were written by Arthur Edward Mattox, Turney, Missouri, and Hulda Florence Parks Mattox, McPherson, Kansas. They were married December 23, 1908, in McPherson, Kansas, and moved to Turney, Missouri, where they raised their children.


Arthur Spitto and Ella Masquat

Arthur Spitto and Ella Masquat
Date: Between 1890 and 1899
This is a photograph of Arthur Spitto and his wife Ella Masquat (We Ko Ka Ma Ge). She was a member of the Sac & Fox tribe.


Atanacio and Jane (Juana Gonzales) Corona married in 1978

Atanacio and Jane (Juana Gonzales) Corona married in 1978
Date: 1978
Here is a photograph of Atanacio and Jane (Juana Gonzales) Corona who were married in 1978.


August and Carrie Thowe

August and Carrie Thowe
Date: November 6, 1913
This is the wedding portrait of Carrie Meier and August Thowe. They were married in Peace Evangelical Church in Alma, Kansas.


Barbara Thiele's diary

Barbara Thiele's diary
Creator: Thiele, Barbara R.
Date: January 13, 1949-December 31, 1949
This is a diary belonging to Barbara Thiele. In the diary, she writes about her first year of marriage to John Thiele, setting up a home, cooking, and attending classes the University of Kansas.


Beatrice Coats interview, WWII oral history, Kinsley, Kansas

Beatrice Coats interview, WWII oral history, Kinsley, Kansas
Creator: Coats, Beatrice Josephine (Basgall)
Date: December 29, 2009
This is an interview with Beatrice Coats, part of an oral history project entitled "Patchwork of Dependency: The Effects of WWII on Edwards County, Kansas" conducted by the Kinsley Public Library. The project was supported by a Kansas Humanities Council Heritage Grant. Beatrice talks of her family, education, and the home front during WWII.


Beatrice Ramos and Vincente Escobar in Topeka, Kansas

Beatrice Ramos and Vincente Escobar in Topeka, Kansas
Date: 1948
This is a wedding photograph of Beatrice Ramos and Vincente Escobar in Topeka, Kansas, taken on October 30, 1948.


Big Bear and wife

Big Bear and wife
Date: 1910
This is a postcard photograph of Cheyenne, Big Bear and his wife. Funds for digitization provided by Mr. Steve Peckel in memory of William Chalfant.


Billy Olsen interview, Kinsley, Kansas

Billy Olsen interview, Kinsley, Kansas
Creator: Olsen, Billy Jerome
Date: February 23, 2011
This transcript of an interview with Billy Olsen is part of an oral history project entitled "Patterns of Change, Edwards County, Kansas 1950-1970" conducted by the Kinsley Public Library. The project was supported by a Kansas Humanities Council Heritage Grant. Olsen talks of his family, education, military career, and his memories of the Edwards County community.


Broken Star quilt

Broken Star quilt
Date: between 1880 and 1930
Blue, white and pink cotton quilt in Broken Star pattern, with close and fine quilting overall. The binding is marked with the initials "M E T" on the back. According to the donor, the quilt belonged to her uncle's parents, Eugene and Annie Elizabeth Carmichael Metzger. They were married in Missouri in 1880 and moved to Hunter, Mitchell County, Kansas and then later to Lane, Franklin County, Kansas. The quilt may have been part of Annie Metzger's hope chest.


Buford Brodbeck interview, WWII oral history, Kinsley, Kansas

Buford Brodbeck interview, WWII oral history, Kinsley, Kansas
Creator: Brodbeck, Buford
Date: December 08, 2009
This interview with Buford Brodbeck is part of an oral history project entitled "Patchwork of Dependency: The Effects of WWII on Edwards County, Kansas" conducted by the Kinsley Public Library. The project was supported by a Kansas Humanities Council Heritage Grant. Buford talks of his family, education, military career, and places of employment.


C. Whipple [Aaron.D. Stevens] to Jenny Dunbar

C. Whipple [Aaron.D. Stevens] to Jenny Dunbar
Creator: Stevens, Aaron D.
Date: October 7, 1859
The last of three "love letters" written by Aaron D. Stevens, alias Charles Whipple, to a girl he apparently had only recently met. He desperately desired a closer relationship. It was dated October 7, 1859, "near Harper's Ferry." (He had been writing for at least a month and had not received a letter from her.) Stevens rode with John Brown in Kansas, participated in the Harpers Ferry raid on October 18, 1859, and died on the Charlestown gallows in the spring of 1860.


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