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Chase County poor farm near Elmdale, Kansas

Chase County poor farm near Elmdale, Kansas
Creator: Hixson
Date: Between 1900 and 1910
This photograph shows the Chase County poor farm located near Elmdale, Kansas.


Ground breaking for a cottage at The Villages in Topeka, Kansas

Ground breaking for a cottage at The Villages in Topeka, Kansas
Date: 1969
Four Menningers -- Karl, Roy, Phil and Bob -- are shown breaking ground for The Villages, a non-profit group home for dependent, neglected children referred by the Juvenile Justice system and the Child in Need of Care system. Dr. Karl founded the homes, believing that a natural home setting with love and support from cottage parents is the best healing for children who have suffered neglect and abandonment.


Odd Fellows orphans' home at Silkville, Kansas

Odd Fellows orphans' home at Silkville, Kansas
Date: 1893
The DeBoissiere house in Silkville was remodeled by the Odd Fellows (International Order of Odd Fellows, I.O.O.F.) for an orphans' home.


Prisoner of war camp

Prisoner of war camp
Date: Between 1940-1945
This is a view of a prisoner of war camp in Cloud County, Kansas, during World War II.


Structures in Allen County, Kansas

Structures in Allen County, Kansas
Date: 1910-1938
Two photographs of structures in Allen County, Kansas. One is a residence with people on the front porch and in the yard, while the other could possibly be the Allen County poor farm.


United States Soldier's Home, Wadsworth, Kansas

United States Soldier's Home, Wadsworth, Kansas
Creator: Wolf, Henry L. 1850-1924
Date: Between 1890 and 1900
A photograph showing the United States Soldier's Home in Wadsworth, Kansas. The photograph shows several buildings, a line of canons, and men sitting on benches.


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