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  • Description: Kansas
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    • Blue River at 15th St., Kansas City, Mo.

    • Rivers; Blue River (Kan. and Mo.); Boats
    • Boats on Blue River, Kansas City, Missouri. One boat in the middle of the river, apparently moving away from the viewer. Other boats line the banks of the river. There are several people, mainly solitary, near the various boats. Published by the...
    • High school, Kansas City, Kans.

    • Schools; Kansas City High School (Kansas City, Kan.)
    • Brick and stone building with tall tower. The building stands on the corner of a street. This is Kansas City High, which was also known as Wyandotte High School; it burned in 1934. Published by the Elite Post Card Co. of Kansas City; dates to early...
    • City Hall, Kansas City, Mo.

    • City & town halls; City Hall (Kansas City, Mo.)
    • City hall in Kansas City, Missouri, a multi-story Richardsonian Romanesque brick-and-stone building with many turrets and gables. Some of the roof points are embellished with crosses. Two horse-drawn carriages stand in front of the building, on the...
    • Court house, Kansas City, Kans.

    • Courthouses
    • Courthouse in Kansas City, Kansas. A multi-story red brick building with a dome-topped tower. There is a sort of "widow's walk" on top of the tower. A few figures are visible on the sidewalk around the courthouse and there are horse-drawn vehicles...
    • VEGA, 1901.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • Distant starboard side view of towboat VEGA, tied to the bank of the Ohio River at Howard Shipyard. VEGA, a stern-wheel towboat with wood hull (104 ft. x 17 ft. x 3.3 ft.), was built at Howard in 1901. Owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,...
    • Kansas section, G. & S. Building.

    • Exhibition buildings; Buildings; World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition (1884-1885 : New Orleans, La.); Agriculture; Kansas
    • Exhibit space with a stuffed buffalo in the foreground next to vegetables and a stack of bags, possibly flour. In the background are signs that say 'Kansas' and other signs. To the left is a decorative tower with 'Kansas' around the top. Title:...
    • KFC Yum! Center, 2010.

    • Sports & recreation facilities; University of Louisville--Basketball; Buildings;
    • Exterior shot of the KFC Yum! Center, taken near the time of its grand opening. The facility opened officially on October 10, 2010, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. There is a fountain in front of the building. The 721,762 square foot facility is...
    • J. Daly.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Entertainers; Men; Costumes; Posing
    • Full-length character portrait of minstrel performer John Daly wearing a hat and patched pants held up by suspenders, and carrying a satchel, possibly for his role in "A Bowery Girl". Inscription on mount verso, upper center: To my friend Mr....
    • KFC Yum! Center, 2010.

    • Sports & recreation facilities; University of Louisville--Basketball; Buildings;
    • Interior view of the basketball court and stands in the KFC Yum! Center, taken near the time of its grand opening. The facility opened officially on October 10, 2010, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The 721,762 square foot facility is managed by...
    • MARK TWAIN, 1931.

    • Stern wheelers; Tugboats; Steamboats; Launchings; Ship equipment & rigging; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • MARK TWAIN, a stern-wheel towboat with steel hull (157 ft. x 42 ft. x 6 ft.), and the last steam towboat made by Howard, was built in 1931. Owned by Inland Waterways Corporation in St. Louis, she operated on the Mississippi, Ohio and Missouri...
    • Boy's Dormitory.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Mountains
    • McMurray Hall, the school's first building, erected in 1899. It was named after H. L. McMurray, a Baptist preacher from Kansas, who helped found Mamre Baptist College which became Oneida Baptist Institute. Originally a one-story square with...

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