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Baseball team, Shields, Lane County, Kansas

Baseball team, Shields, Lane County, Kansas
Date: 1924
In this photograph, the Shields baseball team from Lane County, Kansas, poses for a picture


Missouri Pacific Railroad depot, Shields, Kansas

Missouri Pacific Railroad depot, Shields, Kansas
Date: June 04, 1927
This photograph shows a group of people in front of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company depot at Shields, Kansas after a storm.


Picnic and baseball game, Shields, Lane County, Kansas

Picnic and baseball game, Shields, Lane County, Kansas
Date: June 18, 1925
Three images of a picnic held in Shields, Lane County, Kansas, including a picture of the baseball game played between Scott City and Healy. Healy won, 6-5.


Standard atlas of Lane county, Kansas

Standard atlas of Lane county, Kansas
Creator: Geo. A. Ogle & Co.
Date: 1920
This atlas contains a plat book of the villages, cities, and townships of the county, a patrons' reference directory and illustrations. Also available on microfilm. Use KSHS microfilm LM 491 no.9 for research and photocopies.


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