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Mystery Cards

Unknown Woman's Portrait, taken by Fred Bockelmann, Photographer, Ness City

Kaw River in Winter [1901]
postmarked Lawrence, message on back says
"This was taken before Graber started his livery." Is this a picture of Lawrence, KS?

Dining Hall at National Military Home - is this Leavenworth??

O. Fagerberg & Son - location unknown - postmarked Olsburg [1913]

Unidentified School Picture, postmarked Ashton

School Children 1911 - 1912 sent by teacher, June
postmarked Olmitz, 15 May 1912

Unknown Church, postmarked West P_______ [1906]

Groundbreaking Ceremony?,photographer from Salina
General Kansas Postcards

Kansas Oil Field

Wheat Elevators

Typical Kansas Ranch
Allen County Anderson County Atchison County Barber County
Barton County Bourbon County Brown County Butler County
Chase County

Section of Business District, Cottonwood Falls

Methodist Church, Cottonwood Falls
Chautauqua County Cherokee County
Cheyenne County

Spencer Ave., St. Francis

Main Street, St. Francis
Clark County

A Round-Up on the Biggest Cattle Ranch in Kansas (Clark County)

Harvesting, Minneola [1951]
Clay County Cloud County Coffey County
Comanche County

Main Street, Coldwater

First Christian Church, Coldwater
Cowley County Crawford County
Decatur County

It Rained Some at Oberlin, August 12th, 1910
Dickinson County Doniphan County Douglas County Edwards County
Elk County

Santa Fe Depot, Longton

2.2.3.Trot, Howard [Aug. 14, 1908]
Ellis County Ellsworth County Finney County Ford County
Franklin County Geary County Gove County
Graham County

Public School Building, Erected 1905, Hill City

Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, Hill City
Grant County

Hotel Ralsmore, Ulysses
Gray County

Public School Building, Cimarron [pre-1907]

Gray Co. High School, Cimarron
Greenwood County
Hamilton County

High School, Syracuse [1907]

High School, Syracuse [1920]
Harper County Harvey County
Hodgeman County

M. E. Church, Jetmore
Jackson County

Evangelical Church, Holton

First M. E. Church, Holton

South Side Square - Looking West, Holton

High School, Holton
Jefferson County

U. P. Depot, Grantville
Jewell County

M. E. Church, Burr Oak

M. E. Parsonage, Burr Oak
Johnson County
Kearney County

Arkansas River Bridge, Lakin

U. S. Power Plant, Deerfield
Kingman County
Kiowa County

Observation Hood and Canopy over World's Largest Hand Dug Well, Greensburg

Looking Down into World's Largest Hand Dug Well, Greensburg

Churches, Greensburg [1910]
Labette County Lane County Leavenworth County Lincoln County
Linn County Logan County Lyon County Marion County
Marshall County McPherson County Meade County Miami County
Mitchell County Montgomery County Morris County Nemaha County
Neosho County Ness County Norton County Osage County
Osborne County Ottawa County Pawnee County
Phillips County

Advertising Card for Becker Hotel, Logan
... more ...
Enlargement of Photograph

Rodeo Parade, Phillipsburg
Pottawatomie County Pratt County
Rawlins County

B. & M. R. Station, Atwood [1908]

Combining Wheat, near Atwood
Reno County Republic County
Rice County Riley County Rooks County
Rush County

Catholic Church, La Crosse

Watch McCracken Grow
Russell County Saline County Scott County Sedgwick County
Seward County Shawnee County
Sheridan County

U. P. Depot, Studley
Sherman County Smith County Stafford County
Stevens County

A Typical Western Dust Storm, Taken near Hugoton
Sumner County
Thomas County

R. I. Wreck near Colby, May 2, 1913 - Nichols and Dunnean were killed and Eric Erickson badly scalded

Franklin Avenue, Colby
Trego County

UP Depot, Wakeeney
Wabaunsee County
Wallace County

Main Street, Sharon Springs
Washington County
Wichita County

M. E. Church, Leoti
Wilson County

Burning Oil Tank, Neodesha [before 1924]

Junior High School, Fredonia
Woodson County

Woodson Co. C. H., Yates Center

High School Building, Yates Center [1907]
Wyandotte County

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