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Abstract of the Lantry Ranch in Chase County, Kansas

Abstract of the Lantry Ranch in Chase County, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1925
Abstract of deed information concerning the Bernie Lantry Ranch in Chase County, Kansas. The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve includes much of the land that was part of the Lantry Ranch. The original document is owned by the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve.


A list of lands in Gove County, Kansas still held by U.S. Government

A list of lands in Gove County, Kansas still held by U.S. Government
Creator: Denning, J.M.
Date: December 1912
This is a list of lands in Gove County, Kansas, that, as of December 1912, were still held by the U.S. Government. No land patent had ever been issued by the U.S. The list is in order by legal description of the land.


Cowley County Courthouse, Winfield, Kansas

Cowley County Courthouse, Winfield, Kansas
Date: 1908
This photograph represents the interior view of the Register of Deeds Office at the Cowley County Courthouse in 1908. In view are four women and two men at work.


First elected officers, Wichita County, Kansas

First elected officers, Wichita County, Kansas
Date: February 08, 1887
This sepia colored photograph shows the first elected officers of Wichita, County, Kansas. The officers have been identified as follows: FIRST ROW: L.G. Moore, County Clerk; C.W. Garland, Probate Judge; and T.F. Calhoon, Register of Deeds. SECOND ROW: C.S. Triplett, Representative; Frank Harper, Commissioner; A.C. Johnson, Commissioner; A. MayGinnes, Commissioner; and R.A. Ramey, Clerk District Court. THIRD ROW: John H. Edwards, Sheriff; J.S. Newby, County Attorney; S.E. Gandy, Treasurer; E.A. Miles, Surveyor; and V.M. Reynolds; Coroner.


Office of the Register of Deeds at the Chase County Courthouse in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas

Office of the Register of Deeds at the Chase County Courthouse in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas
Date: Between 1900 and 1905
This is a photograph of the Register of Deeds office at the Chase County Courthouse in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas. James C. Dwelle was the Register of Deeds from 1900-1905, and could be the gentleman standing behind the counter.


Will Tallman, Logan County Register of Deeds

Will Tallman, Logan County Register of Deeds
Date: Between 1930 and 1939
This photograph shows Will Tallman at his desk for the Kansas Register of Deeds in Russell Springs, Logan County, Kansas. Russell Spring was the county seat of Logan County until 1963 when it was moved to Oakley.


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