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A portrait of Loring Farnsworth, an architect and builder in Topeka, Kansas. He is responsible for buildings at Nos. 425-427 Kansas Avenue, which became known as Constitution Hall. The building housed the Constitutional Convention on September 19, 1855. Farnsworth held several political offices including Topeka mayor from 1858-1859 and register of deeds from 1860 through 1862. This portrait was copied from the Farnsworth Memorial, a record of Matthias Farnsworth and his descendants in America, page 389.

Creator: Farnsworth, Moses Franklin
Date: Between 1880 and 1889

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Item Number: 221474
Call Number: GL BBB F237f
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 221474

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