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A.R. Simpson, Greeley County, Kansas treasurer

A.R. Simpson, Greeley County, Kansas treasurer
Date: 1920
A.R. Simpson, Greeley County, Kansas, county treasurer seated in his office.


County officials on courthouse steps in Alma, Kansas

County officials on courthouse steps in Alma, Kansas
Date: Between 1890 and 1900
Photograph of county officials standing on the courthouse steps in Alma, Kansas. Herman J. Palenske, second from left in the front row, served as Wabaunsee County Sheriff from 1890-1894. Willis G. Weaver, clerk of the District Court of Wabaunsee County, Jerry B. Fields, treasurer of Wabaunsee County, and Theodore S. Spielman, probate judge of Wabaunsee County, are also present in the photograph.


County Treasurers Charging for Tax Information

County Treasurers Charging for Tax Information
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1915-1919: Capper)
Date: 1915
This file includes a letter from Robert Garvin, County Attorney in St. John, Kansas; as well as a letter from Stafford, Kansas. Primary topics included in the correspondence focuses around County Treasurers and tax bills for citizens. This is part of a bigger collection of Governor Arthur Capper correspondence.


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.


Hamilton County Clerk warrants

Hamilton County Clerk warrants
Creator: Treasurer of Hamilton County Kansas
Date: 1888
Here are two Hamilton County Clerk warrants issued by the Treasurer of Hamilton County, Kansas. One is dated January 7, 1888 and the other May 14, 1888.


J. Lee Knight

J. Lee Knight
Date: 1854-1860
J. Lee Knight was a photographer. He owned the New River Side Galley in Topeka, Kansas Territory.


J.S. Huddleston at his desk in the treasurer's office, Logan County, Kansas

J.S. Huddleston at his desk in the treasurer's office, Logan County, Kansas
Date: 1916
J.S. Huddleston sits at his desk in the Logan County, Kansas treasurer's office, located in the county courthouse.


Larry Wilson

Larry Wilson
Date: Between 2007 and 2012
Two photographs of Larry Wilson, Shawnee County Treasurer, who was appointed to the office on March 18, 2003, when Shawnee County Democratic precinct committee members voted unanimously to elect Wilson as treasurer. After deciding not to run for office in 2012, Wilson resigned effective Jan. 3, 2013 with his last day of work being Dec. 31, 2012. Larry Mah, a Democrat, won the general election and replaced Wilson.


Robert B. Snell, Thomas County, Kansas county treasurer

Robert B. Snell, Thomas County, Kansas county treasurer
Date: 1920
Robert B. Snell, Thomas County, Kansas county treasurer seated in his office in Colby, Kansas.


Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas

Scenes of Sherman County, Kansas
Date: 1900-1945
Multiple scenes of Sherman County, Kansas.


Treasurer's office, Russell Springs, Logan County, Kansas

Treasurer's office, Russell Springs, Logan County, Kansas
Date: 1939
An unidentified man sits at a desk in the Logan County, Kansas treasurer's office at the courthouse in Russell Springs.


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