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This is a carte-de-visite showing Jason Clarke Swayze. He came to Topeka in 1873 and started the Topeka Blade which later became the Topeka State Journal. He married Kate Edwards and they had three children Julia Harriet Swayze, Annie Laurie Swayze and Oscar Kepler Swayze. Edwards died in May, 1862. He later married Jennie Erwin and they had two sons Horace Greeley Swayze and J. Clarke Swayze, Jr. Jason Clarke Swayze was murdered on the streets of Topeka on March 27, 1877.

Date: Between 1870 and 1877

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Item Number: 312317
Call Number: B Swayze, Jason Clarke *2
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 312317

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