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A. Crabb to Governor John St. John

A. Crabb to Governor John St. John
Creator: Crabb, A.
Date: May 28, 1880
In this letter from Rev. Crabb of Omio, Kansas, he regrets not having a place where the Kansas Governor can present a temperance lecture and asks for statistical information related to intemperance to help his community battle the opposition.


A. Crabb to Governor John St. John

A. Crabb to Governor John St. John
Creator: Crabb, A.
Date: June 10, 1880
This letter from Reverend Crabb thanks Kansas Governor St. John for the temperance information sent him, and he pledges his support for the Governor in the upcoming election. Crabb has little doubt the prohibition amendment will pass. The letter was written in Omio, Kansas.


A history of the National Army of Rescue

A history of the National Army of Rescue
Creator: Culverwell, James
Date: October, 1888
James Culverwell was a resident of Dentonia in Jewell County, Kansas. He was involved with organizing the Dentonia Union Labor Club, which was a predecessor to the Populist party. This pamphlet contains information about the activities of the Dentonia Union Labor Club as well as Culverwell's ideas concerning a National Army of Rescue. Culverwell wrote about his idea for an army to rescue the men imprisoned in Illinois for the Haymarket Massacre of 1886 if the membership of the group numbered "from one hundred thousand to five hundred thousand." The original paper was circulated and caused controversy in the county. This pamphlet contains Mr. Culverwell's accounts of these events.


Arthur E. Gray, World War I soldier

Arthur E. Gray, World War I soldier
Date: 1920
Around 1919, the Kansas State Historical Society and the American Legion solicited biographical information from returning veterans (primarily members of the 35th and 89th infantry divisions) and the families of those who died in service, notably from the Gold Star Mothers. Each veteran or family member was asked to provide letters, photographs, a biography, and military records. This file contains information on Arthur E. Gray, Company B, 2nd Engineers. Gray died on January 15, 1919, of blood poisoning while at Limoges, France. Gray was from Jewell City, Jewell County, Kansas and was born June 15, 1895.


Artifact Collection from 14JW304

Artifact Collection from 14JW304
Date: Unknown
These five artifacts show the variety of the collection from an archeological site in Jewell County. On the top row, from left to right, is a scraper and modified flake made of Florence chert and a biface made of Smoky Hill silicified chalk. On the bottom row, left to right, is a beveled knife, a projectile point preform, and an expanding stemmed dart point fragment, all made of Smoky Hill silicified chalk. Florence chert outcrops in the Flint Hills of Kansas and Oklahoma. Smoky Hill silicified chalk is a good quality knapping material that is exposed in linear beds in northwestern Kansas and western Nebraska.


Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company depot, Lovewell, Kansas

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company depot, Lovewell, Kansas
Date: May 1931
This photograph shows the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company depot in Lovewell, Kansas. The one-story wooden structure with batten siding was built in 1888 and was part of the Middle Division, Strong City Dist. The depot still stands.


Atlas and plat book of Jewell County, Kansas

Atlas and plat book of Jewell County, Kansas
Creator: Kenyon Company (Des Moines, Iowa)
Date: 1921
This item contains "Photocopies of portions of the book." This portion of the atlas shows maps of each township with the names of landowners.


Atlas of Jewell County, Kansas

Atlas of Jewell County, Kansas
Creator: Gillen & Davy
Date: 1884
This atlas is compiled from actual surveys and the county records, to which is added maps of the state, United States and world. It includes names of landowners. This index is available at KSHS. It has plats of the following towns: Burr Oak, Ionia, Jewell, Mankato, Omio, Ranndall, and Salem.


Baseball team, Lovewell, Kansas

Baseball team, Lovewell, Kansas
Date: Between 1890 and 1919
This black and white photographs shows a group of baseball players with their equipment. Some of the young men have the letter "L" sewn on their uniforms which could possible stand for the town of Lovewell in Jewell County Kansas.


Bernice Howe

Bernice Howe
Date: Between 1905 and 1909
This is a portrait of Bernice Howe, the daughter of Mark Watson and Alice Morrow Howe. Bernice grew up on a farm six miles southeast of Esbon, Kansas.


Bernice Howe and Helen Howe

Bernice Howe and Helen Howe
Creator: Mae Brady Studio
Date: Between 1905 and 1909
This is a portrait of Bernice Howe and her first cousin Helen Howe. Bernice was the daughter of Mark Watson and Alice Morrow Howe and Helen's parents were George Christina and Jennie A. Cornish Howe. Both of the girls grew up on farms near Esbon (or Ezbon), Jewell County, Kansas. The photograph was taken by Mae Brady Studio, Mankato, Kansas.


Bone Awl from Jewell County

Bone Awl from Jewell County
Date: Unknown
This bone awl was found in Jewell County and donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1949. The ulna of a large mammal was sharpened and polished to make the awl. Awls were used as a perforating tool in soft materials, like hides, and possibly in basket and pottery manufacture.


Business men, property owners to Governor John Martin

Business men, property owners to Governor John Martin
Creator: Kansas Community Leaders
Date: March 26, 1886
In this telegram, business men and property owners from several Kansas communities plead with the governor to issue a proclamation to resume traffic on all rail lines operated by the Missouri Pacific Railway Company during the railroad strike of 1886.


Ceramic Sherds from 14JW304

Ceramic Sherds from 14JW304
Date: 1-1500 CE
These ceramic sherds were recovered from an archeological site in Jewell County with multiple occupations during the Early and Middle Ceramic periods. The two collared rim sherds and the neck sherd are all cord marked and have grit temper.


Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad depot, Esbon, Kansas

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad depot, Esbon, Kansas
Date: Between 1880s and 1890s
This photograph shows the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad depot in Esbon, Kansas. In the background a steam locomotive is approaching the depot.


Children of Mark Watson Howe

Children of Mark Watson Howe
Creator: Miss Ladd
Date: Between 1910 and 1919
This is a portrait of Mark Watson Howe's children, Bernice, Clifford, and Richard. The family lived near Esbon, Kansas.


Clara Livona McCreery Howe

Clara Livona McCreery Howe
Creator: Johnson & Company
Date: Between 1905 and 1909
This is a portrait of Clara Livona McCreery Howe. She married Fletcher Bowman Howe on December 31, 1868, and five years later, they moved to a homestead near Esbon, Jewell County, Kansas. Clara had two sons, Mark Watson Howe and George Christina Howe and two daughters Melvia Howe and Edna Howe.


Clara Livona McCreery Howe and Melvia McCreery Dye

Clara Livona McCreery Howe and Melvia McCreery Dye
Date: Between 1905 and 1909
This is a portrait of sisters Clara Livona McCreery Howe (right) and Melvia McCreery Dye. Clara married Fletcher Bowman Howe on December 31, 1868, and five years later, they moved to a homestead near Esbon, Jewell County, Kansas. Melvia married Vern Dye and they lived in Alberta, Canada.


Clara Livona McCreery Howe and Melvia McCreery Dye

Clara Livona McCreery Howe and Melvia McCreery Dye
Date: Between 1910 and 1919
This is a portrait of sisters Clara Livona McCreery Howe and Melvia McCreery Dye. Clara married Fletcher Bowman Howe on December 31, 1868, and five years later, they moved to a homestead near Esbon, Jewell County, Kansas. Melvia married Vern Dye and they lived in Alberta, Canada.


Containers from 14JW311

Containers from 14JW311
Date: 1000-1500 CE
These three sherds were collected from an archeological site in Jewell County that had materials from the Middle Ceramic period, such as the two ceramic sherds with cord marked surface treatment shown here, and a small scattering of historic artifacts from the surface, like the amethyst cut glass sherd. All three artifacts served as containers in their time and illustrate that styles may change, but functions do not always do so!


Corn stalks, Jewell, Kansas

Corn stalks, Jewell, Kansas
Date: Between 1890s and 1910s
This black and white photograph shows corn stalks twenty feet tall, grown on the Henry Boag farm in Jewell, Kansas. Standing beside the vegetation are three men who are comparing their heights to the elongated stalks.


Council of National Defense Woman's Committee correspondence

Council of National Defense Woman's Committee correspondence
Date: 1918
This collection consists of correspondence between individuals and committee members to the state chair of the Woman's Committee of the Kansas Council of National Defense. The Council of National Defense was established at the federal level in 1916 as an emergency agency under the Army Appropriation Act and abolished in 1921. It was created in reaction to World War I to coordinate resources and industries for national defense and improve civilian morale. The Woman's Committee of the Kansas Council of National Defense performed the same functions at the state and local levels, coordinating women's activities for national defense. The materials are organized alphabetically by county. The digitization of this collection was paid for through the Margot R. Swovelan Endowment Fund.


Couple lost in dust, wander thruout night

Couple lost in dust, wander thruout night
Creator: Topeka Capital
Date: March 19, 1935
This article describes the harrowing experience of the Modlins, a couple from Esbon, Kansas, whose car was forced off the road during a dust storm. After leaving the car to seek help, the couple got lost in a cornfield. Mrs. Modlin suffered from cuts to her legs and injury to her eyes from the blowing dust.


Coyote hunt

Coyote hunt
Date: Between 1940 and 1950
This is an informal portrait of a group of hunters after a coyote hunt in Jewell County, Kansas.


Eighth biennial report of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture, 1891-1892

Eighth biennial report of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture, 1891-1892
Creator: Kansas State Board of Agriculture
Date: 1893
This biennial report from the Kansas State Board of Agriculture contains two parts and the page numbering starts over at the beginning of Part II. The volume contains a section on each county, providing summary information about the history of the county, a description of the landscape, crops, livestock, schools, and churches. A large number of tables with statistics about Kansas residents and crop yields, broken down by county, are also included. Other chapters are devoted to interesting subjects such as apiculture, artificial forests, loco weeds, and chinch bugs.


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