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The Kansas story

The Kansas story
Creator: Kansas. Centennial Commission
Date: 1961
The official program, produced by the Kansas Centennial Commission, for the performance of "The Kansas Story". This play was created for the Kansas Centennial Celebration in 1961. It was written and directed by Vladimir Rosing, with music by Meredith Willson and Frank Allen Hubbell.

Through Quivira to El Dorado

Through Quivira to El Dorado
Creator: Howes, Charles C.
Date: Between 1960 and 1961
This is a motion picture film showing a reenactment of wagons and other vehicles traveling on the Santa Fe Trail. The film was produced for the Kansas Statehood Centennial celebration. Among other things, the film highlights Fort Osage, the Shawnee Indian Mission, the Santa Fe Trail Memorial Highway, the Old Castle at Baldwin, the Post Office Oak and Last Chance Store at Council Grove, Fort Zarah, Pawnee Rock, the treaty of Medicine Lodge, Fort Dodge, the Cimarron Valley, the Point of Rocks, Wagon Mound, and Fort Union.

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