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Menninger Foundation bus stop shelter in Topeka, Kansas

Menninger Foundation bus stop shelter in Topeka, Kansas
Date: 1952-1972
These two black and white photographs show the bus stop in 1952 and rebuilt in 1972.


Tornado, Topeka, Kansas

Tornado, Topeka, Kansas
Creator: Moore, Al
Date: 1966
This silent 8mm film shows tornado damage at the Topeka Bus Company and bus barn in Topeka, Kansas. The June 8, 1966 tornado was one of the most destructive tornadoes in Kansas history. The storm cut a swath of ruin through the capital city, destroying hundreds of homes, causing millions of dollars in damage, and killing sixteen residents.


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