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This diary of Henry Hubert Raymond (1848-1936) contains daily entries for one year during his trip from Calinville, Illinois to Kansas from November 11, 1872 to November 11, 1873. The diary begins with entries from 1873, Henry ran out of pages before his diary entries end and he uses pages at the beginning of the diary. Topics in the diary discuss Henry's trip to Kansas to meet his brother, Theodore who he often refers to as "The" in his diary; hunting bison (buffalo) with Theodore and his colleagues from the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad; and musical events he attended. Henry settled in Sedgwick County where he married Sarah Armstrong and had eight children.

Creator: Raymond, Henry H. (Henry Hubert), 1848-1936
Date: November 11, 1872-November 11, 1873

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Henry Raymond diary - Explanation

Item Number: 211135
Call Number: Henry Raymond Coll. #480
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 211135

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