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Arcade at Army City, Kansas

Arcade at Army City, Kansas
Date: May 22, 1918
This is a photograph showing the interior of an arcade in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


Customers at a bank in  Army City, Kansas

Customers at a bank in Army City, Kansas
Date: May 22, 1918
This is a photograph showing the interior of a bank in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


Funston Theatre in Army City, Kansas

Funston Theatre in Army City, Kansas
Date: Between 1914 and 1919
This is a photograph of the exterior of the Funston Theatre in Army City. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


Pool hall in Army City, Kansas

Pool hall in Army City, Kansas
Date: May 22, 1918
This is a photograph showing the interior of a pool hall in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


Street scene in Army City, Kansas

Street scene in Army City, Kansas
Date: Between 1914 and 1919
This is a photograph showing several business buildings in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


Street scene in Army City, Kansas

Street scene in Army City, Kansas
Date: Between 1914 and 1919
This is a photograph of a street scene in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


Street scene in Army City, Kansas

Street scene in Army City, Kansas
Date: December 16, 1917
This is a photograph showing a street scene in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


Street scene of Army City

Street scene of Army City
Date: Between 1914 and 1919
This is a photograph showing a street view in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


Street scene of Army City, Kansas

Street scene of Army City, Kansas
Date: Between 1914 and 1919
This is a photograph showing a street scene in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


The Gaiety Theatre in Army City, Kansas

The Gaiety Theatre in Army City, Kansas
Date: Between 1914 and 1918
This is a photograph of the exterior of the Gaiety Theatre on the zone in Army City, Kansas. Army City was a boom town built in 1917 primarily to satisfy the needs of Camp Funston. The town offered closer business and recreation facilities than did either Manhattan or Junction City.


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