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Boyd elevator, Barton County, Kansas

Boyd elevator, Barton County, Kansas
Creator: Colcher, Larry A
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff headed west into the heart of the wheat belt, following harvest from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here include some of hail damage near Boyd Elevator in Barton County.


Campaign Sign

Campaign Sign
Creator: Snowbarger, Vincent K.
Date: between 1996 and 1998
Campaign yard sign from either the 1996 or 1998 congressional campaign of Vincent Snowbarger (1949- ). Snowbarger, a Republican, represented Kansas's 3rd District in the 105th Congress, which ran from January 3, 1997 to January 3, 1999. He succeeded Republican Jan Meyers, who retired after twelve years in office. He lost his 1998 re-election campaign to Democratic challenger Dennis Moore. Prior to serving in Congress, Snowbarger served in the Kansas House of Representatives from 1985 to 1996.


Carrico Implement Company, Beloit, Kansas

Carrico Implement Company, Beloit, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry J
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas's agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of the Carrico Implement Company in Beloit, Kansas. They sold, primarily, John Deere and New Holland machinery.


Carrico Implement Company, Beloit, Kansas

Carrico Implement Company, Beloit, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry J
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of the Carrico Implement Company in Beloit, Kansas.


Clayton and Louanne Short, Assaria, Kansas

Clayton and Louanne Short, Assaria, Kansas
Creator: Colcher, Larry A
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Clayton and Louanne Short of Assaria, Kansas.


Conrardy Seed Company, Kingman, Kansas

Conrardy Seed Company, Kingman, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry J
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Paul and Steve Conrardy and the Conrardy Seed Company in Kingman, Kansas.


Cutting wheat, Beloit, Kansas

Cutting wheat, Beloit, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry John, 1949-
Date: July 14, 1998
This colored slide shows wheat being harvested on the Thiessen family farm near Beloit, Kansas.


Cutting wheat, Kingman, Kansas

Cutting wheat, Kingman, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry John, 1949-
Date: June, 1998
View of a man in a combine cutting wheat on the Paul and Steve Conrardy Farm and Seed Company land near Kingman, Kansas.


Don and Jo Keesling, Chase, Kansas

Don and Jo Keesling, Chase, Kansas
Creator: Colcher, Larry A
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Don and Jo Keesling of Chase, Kansas.


"Dorothy Stories": growing up in Butler County, Kansas

"Dorothy Stories": growing up in Butler County, Kansas
Creator: Holt, Dorothy Bogue
Date: 1994-2000
In this photograph Dorothy "Dottye" Bogue Holt, born in 1925, stands in front of the Bodarc General Store building, which closed in 1951. Bodarc, also known as Bois d'Arc, was unofficially founded in 1875 in Butler County, and is now considered one of Kansas' "lost communities." Dorothy Holt moved from Douglass to a farm near Bodarc in 1931. Her four stories about growing up there in the 1930s are titled "One Fourth Of July (1933)"; "The Farewell Party (1930)"; "Riding The Bay (1933)"; and "A New School Start [1931]." Holt died in 2014 in Topeka, Kansas.


Doug and Arlene Thiessen, Beloit, Kansas

Doug and Arlene Thiessen, Beloit, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry J
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Doug and Arlene Thiessen of Beloit, Kansas.


Doug and Jim Thiessen from Beloit

Doug and Jim Thiessen from Beloit
Creator: Worley, Barry J
Date: July 14, 1998
This colored slide shows, (left to right) brothers Doug and Jim Thiessen farmers from Beloit, Kansas, standing in a harvested wheat field.


Eldon and Ramona Johnson

Eldon and Ramona Johnson
Date: January 1998
This is a photograph of Eldon and Ramona Johnson who received certificates of appreciation from the Kansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (KEC) in Topeka, Kansas. The Johnsons, who lived in rural Assaria, Kansas, were honored for their contributions to rural electrification in Kansas. Ramona was a member and participant in the KEC Women's Executive Committee for 12 years, including four years as its historian. Eldon served as the KEC Trustee Representative from DS&O Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc., for 13 years. While a member of the KEC board, Eldon, was KEC treasurer for two years, KEC secretary for two years, and KEC president for two years, completing his term as president in 1996.


Farm structures, Kingman, Kansas

Farm structures, Kingman, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry John, 1949-
Date: June, 1998
View of farm structures on the Paul and Steve Conrardy Farm and Seed Company land near Kingman, Kansas.


Farm structures and equipment, Kingman, Kansas

Farm structures and equipment, Kingman, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry John, 1949-
Date: June, 1998
View of farm equipment and structures on the Paul and Steve Conrardy Farm and Seed Company land near Kingman, Kansas.


Former secretaries of the Kansas Department of Human Resources

Former secretaries of the Kansas Department of Human Resources
Creator: Bowes, John
Date: June 17, 1998
A photograph showing former secretaries of the Kansas Department of Human Resources. They are (left to right) Jerry Shelor, Larry Wolgast, Harvey Ludwick, Wayne Franklin, Joe Dick and Mike Johnston. They were participating in the dedication of the secretaries' portraits at the Department of Human Resources, 401 South Topeka Blvd in Topeka, Kansas.


Gary and Tami Woods, Lebanon, Kansas

Gary and Tami Woods, Lebanon, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry J
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas's agricultural reputation. In June 1998 the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Gary and Tami Woods of Lebanon, Kansas.


Highland grade school, Columbus, Kansas

Highland grade school, Columbus, Kansas
Date: 1998
A photograph showing the north side of Highland grade school in Columbus, Kansas.


Hutchinson grain elevator, Hutchinson, Kansas

Hutchinson grain elevator, Hutchinson, Kansas
Creator: Colcher, Larry A
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of the Hutchinson Elevator in Hutchinson, Kansas.


Jared and Betty Hoover, Abilene, Kansas

Jared and Betty Hoover, Abilene, Kansas
Creator: Colcher, Larry A
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Jared and Betty Hoover of Abilene, Kansas.


Jared and Betty Hoover, Abilene, Kansas

Jared and Betty Hoover, Abilene, Kansas
Creator: Colcher, Larry A
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Jared and Betty Hoover of Abilene, Kansas.


Jeff and Gayla Moeckel, Plevna, Kansas

Jeff and Gayla Moeckel, Plevna, Kansas
Creator: Colcher, Larry A
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Jeff and Gayla Moeckel of Plevna, Kansas.


Jerry and Lee Cox, Anthony, Kansas

Jerry and Lee Cox, Anthony, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry J
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Jerry and Lee Cox of Anthony, Kansas.


Judge Richard Dean Rogers and Jack Gump

Judge Richard Dean Rogers and Jack Gump
Date: January 1998
This is a photograph of Judge Richard Dean Rogers and Jack Gump at the YMCA in Topeka, Kansas. Rogers served over 35 years as a U. S. District Court Judge.


Kent Crosson, Minneapolis, Kansas

Kent Crosson, Minneapolis, Kansas
Creator: Worley, Barry J
Date: June 1998
These photographs are part of the Kansas State Historical Society's online exhibit, "Wheat People: Celebrating Kansas Harvest." This exhibit focuses on the people who have built Kansas' agricultural reputation. In June 1998, the KSHS staff followed harvesters from the Oklahoma border to far northwestern Kansas. They photographed and interviewed families from the top twenty wheat-producing counties in Kansas. The photographs featured here are of Kent Crosson of Minneapolis, Kansas.


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