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4th of July parade in Alta Vista, Kansas

4th of July parade in Alta Vista, Kansas
Date: 1905
Photograph of the parade held on July 4, 1905 in Alta Vista, Kansas. William F. Kahle is seen hauling a large log behind the Royal Neighbors and Modern Woodmen of America float.


Royal Neighbors ladies play in Alma, Kansas

Royal Neighbors ladies play in Alma, Kansas
Date: 1900-1905
Photograph of a group of Royal Neighbors ladies performing a play at the Falk Opera House in Alma, Kansas.


Royal Neighbors of America, Alta Vista chapter

Royal Neighbors of America, Alta Vista chapter
Date: 1920-1925
Black and white photograph showing the Alta Vista chapter of the Royal Neighbors of America in Alta Vista, Kansas. The Royal Neighbors of America, a fraternal organization for women, was originally the female auxiliary of the Modern Woodmen of America. Some of the women have been identified as Frances Craig, Josephine Waters, Marcia Andres, Lois Kistler, Helen Nelson, Mary Craig, Mrs. Ben Hesser, Cora Moore, Nell Newgard, Mrs. Pete Holman, Hallie Kahle, Nell Roberts, Mrs. John Kistler, and Lutie Andrews.


Royal Neighbors of America parade car in Maple Hill, Kansas

Royal Neighbors of America parade car in Maple Hill, Kansas
Date: 1925
Photograph showing members of the Maple Hill chapter of the Royal Neighbors of America prepared for their appearance in a parade in Alma, Kansas.


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