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Leaded glass windowpane with stained glass depicting a man spreading seed on a farmstead. One of a set of three windows depicting farming seasons. The window originally decorated the 1933 home of Senator Arthur Capper, located on Topeka Boulevard in Topeka, Kansas. Following Capper's death, the home was used as the studio of WIBW radio. The windows later moved with the studio to a building on Menninger Hill in western Topeka.

Date: 1933

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Item Number: 221123
KSHS Identifier: 2001.65.2

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