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Rural Electrification Administration, Brown County

Rural Electrification Administration, Brown County
Creator: Wiggins, Byron
Date: 1938
These workers from the Rural Electrification Administration are putting in a pole, Brown County, Kansas. This was the first rural electrical line in Kansas.


Rural Electrification Administration, Brown County

Rural Electrification Administration, Brown County
Creator: Wiggins, Byron
Date: 1938
These workers from the Rural Electrification Administration are installing lines and poles in Brown County, Kansas. This was the first rural electrical line in Kansas.


Winfield Daily Courier

Winfield Daily Courier
Creator: Winfield Daily Courier
Date: March 19, 1958
This is the front page of the Winfield Daily Courier, March 19, 1958. One headline reads "President Orders Anti-Recession Work Speedup" in which President Eisenhower ordered additional spending for construction and rural electrification projects in conversations with Albert M. Cole, chief of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, and a state representative from Kansas who grew up in Topeka and Sabetha.


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