Collection on Emmanuel Evangelical Church, Stull, Kansas
The Emmanuel Evangelical Church, Stull, Kansas, was a 19th-century structure whose site inspired many 20th-century occult legends. The church was demolished in 2002. This collection regarding the Church was a result of research done for a University of Kansas architecture course project; it contains newspaper clippings, drawings by the architecture class, photos and journals of students who worked on this class project.
- Benjamin, David, 1963- (Person)
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.25 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
RH MS 787
RH MS R166
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, David Benjamin, 1994
- Guide to the Emmanuel Evangelical Church (Stull, Kan.) Collection.
- Collection on Emmanuel Evangelical Church, Stull, Kansas
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<p>Emmanuel Evangelical Church (Stull, Kan.) Collection, Kansas Collection, RH MS 787, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries</p>