Save the Tallgrass Prairie, Inc.
Found in 3 Records:
Call Number: RH MS 894
Overview Charles D. Stough was a prominent member of the Lawrence, Kansas community. This collection consists of his papers from his time as city attorney, as well as material related to his leadership with the Kansas and Douglas County American Revolution Bicentennial Commissions and involvement with the Douglas County Historical Society, his work with Save the Tallgrass Prairie, In. (STP) and the National Parks and Conservation Association (NPCA), and materials related to the Lawrence Friends of...
Dates: 1919 - 1988
Call Number: RH MS 535
Overview Papers of artist Patricia DuBose Duncan, dating mostly from 1970 to 1985, documenting her many years of advocacy for preservation of the nation's tallgrass prairies, during which she produced, exhibited, and published thousands of photographic images of the prairies to increase awareness of their endangerment and promote their protection. The collection contains large numbers of Duncan's photographic images, related to the tallgrass prairies and other projects she undertook, including more...
Dates: circa 1900-2021
Call Number: RH MS 670
Overview Save the Tallgrass Prairie, Inc. (STP) was formed by Northeastern Kansans in January 1973 as "an organization of concerned citizens who wanted to re-establish a small segment of the tallgrass prairie in as natural a condition as is possible" and create a Tallgrass Prairie National Park. The organization was originally known as Prairie National Park Natural History Association. The collection contains newspaper clippings, financial records, correspondence, and legislative records for and...
Dates: 1960 - 1986