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The James P. Meigs, Jr. papers are those of a long time Junction City, Kansas resident who served in the U.S. Army for 30 years. They date from 1940 to 1967 and consist of certificates and discharge papers, all of which are photocopies. The collection also includes photographs, which are located at RH MS-P P837 and RH MS-P P837(f).
This biographical account of John H. Medley, a buffalo soldier stationed at forts in Kansas and Indian Territories during the 1860s, was prepared by Amanda Ebert, a Paxico, Kansas elementary school student.
The Kansas U.S.O. Event Photographs depict a dinner and a dance in approximately the 1940s in two black and white silver gelatin photographic prints.
The William D. Harrison Papers are those of a long time Kansas resident who practiced law in Hutchinson, Kansas. They consist of a U.S. Army discharge certificate, a newspaper clipping, and a funeral program. The collection also includes a photograph, located at RH MS-P P602.
The William Harrington III papers are those of a long time Kansas resident and former Buffalo Soldier who served in the U.S. Army for 30 years.
World War I promotional poster to encourage African Americans to support the United States' war effort after it entered the worldwide conflict.
- African American soldiers 3
- African American soldiers -- Kansas 3
- African American lawyers -- Kansas 1
- African American soldiers -- Oklahoma 1
- African Americans -- Kansas 1
- United States. Army 4
- Ebert, Amanda (Resident of Paxico, Kan.) 1
- Harrington, William, 1894-1994 1
- Harrison, William D., 1891-1952 1
- Medley, John H. 1