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Early citizens and leaders of Topeka, Kansas

Early citizens and leaders of Topeka, Kansas
Date: Between January 01, 1860 and December 31, 1865
This is a photograph of early citizens and leaders in Topeka, Kansas. People in the photograph are identified as front row (left to right) Fry W. Giles, George O. Wilmarth, ____ Brigdon, Cyrus K. Holliday and back row (left to right) James A. Hickey, Enoch Chase, and Daniel H. Horne.


John Brown supporters

John Brown supporters
Date: 1880-1889
This formal studio portrait of eight John Brown supporters was taken some years after Brown's execution for treason for his part in the raid on Harpers Ferry, Virginia. On October 24, 1882, the Topeka Capital Journal ran an article titled "John Brown, A Reunion of his Surviving Associates-Recollections of the Battle of Blackjack - Bloody Scenes of Early Days in Kansas - Last Visit - The Preliminaries to Harper's Ferry - Several Very Interesting Narratives." This photograph may have been taken at this gathering. The portrait includes the notations "The group shown below were long supporters of the famous old champion of the colored race." and "John Brown Group." The men are identified at the bottom of the photograph: standing, from the left: Jacob Willets, John Armstrong, Col. Dan H. Horne; seated, from the left: Aug. H. Barnard, Col. John Ritchie, Charles W. Moffet, Edwin Bodwell, and F. G. Adams.


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