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Anna Hittle correspondence

Anna Hittle correspondence
Date: August 27, 1948
This correspondence is from W.H. Imes to Anna Hittle Rings asking her to be his housekeeper.


Anna Hittle souvenirs

Anna Hittle souvenirs
Date: 1900-1903
This series of high school souvenirs are from Jackson County, Kansas. Included with the souvenirs is a program and a merit certificate.


Anna Laura Hittle Rings diary

Anna Laura Hittle Rings diary
Date: 1949-1961
One of three diaries of Anna Laura Hittle Rings of Topeka, Kansas. Anna was the live-in-housekeeper for Mr. Harry Imes at 1208 College Avenue from 1949 to her death in 1961. She was cook, gardener, cleaner inside and out, and seamstress. The diaries tell of her daily life while in Mr. Imes' employ. The other diaries can be found with Unit ID 473053 and 473076.


Anna Laura Hittle Rings diary

Anna Laura Hittle Rings diary
Date: 1949-1961
One of three diaries of Anna Laura Hittle Rings of Topeka, Kansas. Anna was the live-in-housekeeper for Mr. Harry Imes at 1208 College Avenue from 1949 to her death in 1961. She was cook, gardener, housekeeper, and seamstress. The diaries tell of her daily life while in Mr. Imes' employ. The other diaries can be found with Unit ID 473076 and 473077.


Anna Laura Hittle Rings diary

Anna Laura Hittle Rings diary
Date: 1949-1961
One of three diaries of Anna Laura Hittle Rings of Topeka, Kansas. Anna was the live-in-housekeeper for Mr. Harry Imes at 1208 College Avenue from 1949 to her death in 1961. She was a cook, gardener, housekeeper, and seamstress. The diaries tell of her daily life while in Mr. Imes' employ. The other two diaries can be found at Unit ID's: 473053 and 473077.


Arthur Bird Hittle photographs

Arthur Bird Hittle photographs
Date: 1882-1953
This series of photographs includes an individual photograph of Arthur Bird Hittle as a baby and young adult, a portrait of him with his wife Rosalie Hittle, and an image of him with three other men in uniform. Arthur Bird Hittle is the brother of Anna Hittle Rings.


Arthur William and Anna Laura Hittle Rings photographs

Arthur William and Anna Laura Hittle Rings photographs
Date: 1900-1961
This series includes 12 black and white photographs of Anna Laura Hittle Rings (1870-1931) and her husband, Arthur Rings (1877-1929), with their family. Many of the photographs are individual portraits of Anna and Arthur.


Beulah Alida Hittle photographs

Beulah Alida Hittle photographs
Date: Between 1880 and 1965
This series of photographs represents Beulah Alida Hittle, sister of Anna Hittle Rings, throughout different stages of her adult life. One photograph is in color with the remaining in black and white. Below one of the black and white photographs has an embossing of a swastika.


Browning family portrait

Browning family portrait
Date: 1900-1920
This photograph mounted on cardboard represents four members of the Browning family. Listed from left to right: Edward Nelson, Laura Jane, Mary (Molly), Abigail and Esther Ann.


Browning, Hittle and Rings family portrait

Browning, Hittle and Rings family portrait
Date: 1900-1920
This photograph represents four generations of Browning, Hittle and Rings families. Listed top to bottom row, left to right: Arthur and Anna Hittle Rings, John Hittle, Esther Davis and Edward Browning, Mary Browning Hittle, and Helen and Earl Rings.


George Nelson and Esther Anna Browning portrait

George Nelson and Esther Anna Browning portrait
Date: 1885
This photograph taken in 1885 is of husband and wife, Esther Anna Davis and George Nelson Browning. Esther's collar is colored white with pencil on the photograph.


Hittle Family photographs

Hittle Family photographs
Date: Between 1900 and 1961
This series of photographs represents the Hittle family. The majority of the photographs are of the family as adults but included is a baby and a child's portrait. Photographs were taken primarily in Holton, Kansas and Nebraska. All photographs are black and white.


John Peter and Mary Browning Hittle family portrait

John Peter and Mary Browning Hittle family portrait
Date: 1900-1920
This photograph is of the Browning family mounted on cardboad. Listed top to bottom row, right to left: Frank B. Hittle, Anna L. Hittle-Rings, Arthur Bird Hittle, Mary Browning Hittle, Earl N. Hittle, Beulah A. Hittle, John P. Hittle.


Levi Geyer Hittle portrait

Levi Geyer Hittle portrait
Date: July 27, 1808-September 23, 1881
This portrait is of Levi Geyer Hittle, father to John Peter Hittle.


Margaret Stanbach portrait

Margaret Stanbach portrait
Date: 1861
This portrait is of Margaret Stanbach (1814-1961), the wife of Levi Hittle and mother of John Peter Hittle.


Mary Abigail Browning Hittle photographs

Mary Abigail Browning Hittle photographs
Date: Undated
This series of photographs includes two portraits of Mary Abigail Browning Hittle (b. 1856), mother of Anna Hittle Rings.


Rings Family photographs

Rings Family photographs
Date: Between 1860 and 1965
This series of photographs includes 10 black and white photographs of individual and group portraits, and two photographs of people in front of a house. Members of the Ring family moved near Holton, Kansas in 1871.


Rings family portrait

Rings family portrait
Date: 1906
This family portrait is a representation of four generations of the Browning, Hittle and Rings family. Listed back to front row, left to right: John, Anna, Edwin, George, Clara, Harry, Arthur, Frances, Ruth, Mary, Helen, Charles, Earl, Hazel, Effie, Claribel.


Thomas Conner portrait

Thomas Conner portrait
Date: Undated
This portrait taken in Holton, Kansas is of Arthur William Rings's grandfather, Thomas Conner (1819-1901).


Uncle Frank Davis house photograph

Uncle Frank Davis house photograph
Date: 1901
This photograph represents Uncle Frank Davis's house located one and a half miles south of Banner Township in Kansas. The right side of the house was built by Frank Davis Browning and the rest of the house was completed by the Hittles when they moved to Banner from Nebraska. Listed left to right: Frank Davis, Joh Peter Hittle, Anna and Beulah.


William Dice and Mary Ellen Rings family portrait

William Dice and Mary Ellen Rings family portrait
Date: 1900-1920
This photograph is of the family of William Dice Rings. Individuals listed in the photograph are: Edwin, Clara, John, Effie, William, Mary Ellen, George, Arthur and Harry.


W.P. Martin home photograph

W.P. Martin home photograph
Date: Between 1900 and 1920
This photograph mounted on cardboard is of a family house with five people and two animals out front. Listed left to right: Wilfred Martin, Esther Ann Davis Browning, Edward Nelson Browning, Laura and Martin.


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