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Agricultural scene, Finney County, Kansas

Agricultural scene, Finney County, Kansas
Date: 1916
The photograph shows farm wagons and a grain elevator on an unidentified farm in Finney County, Kansas. The photograph was taken in 1916.


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.


Cargill elevator, Cleveland, Kansas

Cargill elevator, Cleveland, Kansas
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 Cargill Elevator in Cleveland, Kansas.


Concrete grain elevator on the Foster Farm, Rexford, Thomas County, Kansas

Concrete grain elevator on the Foster Farm, Rexford, Thomas County, Kansas
Date: 1954
A Foster Farms semi-trailer sits in from of the massive concrete grain elevator on the farm. The elevator was constructed in 1949, was 138 feet high, and could store 100,000 bushels of grain.


Corn cribs, Norton County, Kansas

Corn cribs, Norton County, Kansas
Creator: Reed, Norton, Kansas
Date: Between 1890 and 1899
This sepia-colored photograph shows corn cribs filled with corn raised by George Washington Chase on his farm located northwest of Norton, Kansas. The writing on the photograph states that 200 acres produced 10,000 bushels of corn.


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.


Kansas Film Commission site photographs, subject feedlots - grain elevators

Kansas Film Commission site photographs, subject feedlots - grain elevators
Creator: Kansas Film Commission
Date: 1980s-2000s
These are panoramic photographs of locations in Kansas created by the Kansas Film Commission to promote scenes to film companies. The panoramics were created by taking individual photos and taping them together. The photographs are arranged alphabetically by subject and then location. The subjects included in this part of the collection are feedlots, festivals, fire stations, forts, geological formations, golf courses, and grain elevators.


L. W. Halbe collection

L. W. Halbe collection
Creator: Halbe, L. W. (Leslie Winfield), 1893-1981
Date: 1908-1912
The L. W. (Leslie Winfield) Halbe photo collection consists of 1500 glass plate negatives produced by Halbe during his teenage years. Halbe lived in Dorrance, Russell County, Kansas, and began taking photographs of the region with an inexpensive Sears and Roebuck camera when he was fifteen years old.


Mrs. Stout delivering mail in Studley, Kansas

Mrs. Stout delivering mail in Studley, Kansas
Date: Between 1910 and 1920
This is a photograph of Mrs. Stout delivering mail at Studley, Kansas. Mrs. Stout's horse-drawn wagon is parked by an open corn crib.


People working on farms in Seward County, Kansas

People working on farms in Seward County, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1910
These two photographs show farm laborers in Seward County, Kansas. Visible in one of the photographs is a grain bin and horse drawn equipment. The other photograph shows four farmers with shovels and brooms.


Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas
Date: 1890-1930
Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas.


Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas
Date: 1890-1930
Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas.


William Jolitz farm near Talmage, Kansas

William Jolitz farm near Talmage, Kansas
Date: 1953
This is an aerial photograph showing William Jolitz's farm located near Talmage in Dickinson County, Kansas. The road in the upper left portion of the photograph passes by the pasture, potato patch, windbreak, and a lane enters the property. To the right of the house, is the granary, windmill, barn, chicken coop, brooder house and wash house. A tornado destroyed all the buildings except the chicken coop.


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