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Bird's eye view of Kingman, Kingman County, Kansas

Bird's eye view of Kingman, Kingman County, Kansas
Creator: Koch, Augustus
Date: 1886
This bird's eye view of Kingman, Kansas, was drawn by Augustus Koch. It shows the court house, a school, churches, the Kingman Planing Mill, the Kingman Opera house, two newspaper offices, a fair grounds, and two railroad depots. One railroad line was the Wichita & Western Railroad and the other was the D. M. & A. R. R. (Denver, Memphis and Atlantic Railroad.) The street names are on the image and the location of the business district is very obvious. Individual houses are also visible. There are several windmills in the image. The south fork of the Ninnescah River runs through Kingman. Hand printed in the upper margin is the phrase With Compliments of James P. Mead & Co., Kingman, Kansas. Mead's property is in the upper left area of the image.


Bird's eye view of Kingman, Kingman County, Kansas

Bird's eye view of Kingman, Kingman County, Kansas
Creator: Koch, Augustus
Date: 1883
This colored bird's eye view of Kingman, Kansas, was drawn by Augustus Koch of Kansas City, Missouri. It shows the court house, two schools, a hotel, and the Methodist Episcopal Church. The street names are on the image and the location of the business district is very obvious. Individual houses are also visible. There is a windmill at the corner of Main and Avenue A. The south fork of the Ninnescah River runs through Kingman.


Halting place on the Ninnescah River

Halting place on the Ninnescah River
Creator: Frenzeny & Tavernier
Date: May 02, 1874
This engraving, copied from Harper's Weekly magazine, shows a group of cowboys with their horses gathered in front of the John Dunscomb and Ward McKee Company stores. The illustration is credited to both Paul Frenzeny and Jules Tavernier.


Mammoth Bone from 14RN304

Mammoth Bone from 14RN304
Date: Unknown
This photograph shows mammoth bone found on the surface and extending down into the red clay of Reno County. Erosion at Cheney Lake had exposed the mammoth. The broken fragments of bone were partially fossilized. No artifacts or other indications of human activity were present.


Pratt Center, Pratt County, Kansas

Pratt Center, Pratt County, Kansas
Creator: Everts, L.H. & Co., Philadelphia, PA
Date: 1886
A map of Pratt Center, Kansas, showing streets, lots, additions, schools, churches, public works, railroad tracks, and a portion of the Ninnescah River.


Railroad bridge, Clearwater, Kansas

Railroad bridge, Clearwater, Kansas
Date: 1915
This photograph shows a railroad bridge being built over the Ninnescah River, in Clearwater, Kansas. In the foreground groups of men are visible on the bridge.


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