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This collection contains one mounted photograph of a family group, possibly brothers and sisters, bought at an auction in DeSoto, Kansas by Gene Muller.
The Hughes photographs are those of the L.K. Hughes Photography business run by Leon and Rosie Hughes. They illustrate everyday life in Wichita, Kansas from the mid-1940s to the mid-1970s.
This collection of 24 large mounted photographs by Kansas photographers R.H. Gandiven and R. Hugoboom were taken between 1883-1884. The photographs depict pioneer families and their homesteads in the following Kansas counties: Clay, Jewell, McPherson, Mitchell, Ottawa, and Saline. Subjects include early pioneer houses and farmsteads, family groups, landscapes, and individual portraits. All but three of the photographs have identifying captions on the reverse side.
Adam and America Todd were African Americans enslaved to the Tribble family of Platte County, Missouri. The Todds later immigrated to Kansas, where multiple generations have continued to live.
- Families -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 3
- African American children -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
- African American families -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
- African American freemasonry -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
- African American photographers -- Pictorial works 1
- African Americans -- Kansas -- Wichita -- Pictorial works 1
- Agriculture -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
- Children -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
- Fraternal organizations -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
- Greek letter societies -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
- Slaves -- Missouri -- Platte County -- Pictorial works 1
- Weddings -- Kansas -- Pictorial works 1
- Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works 1
- Women -- Kansas -- Societies and clubs -- Pictorial works 1
- Women photographers -- United States -- Pictorial works 1 ∧ less
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 1
- Carmen D. Valentino. American Historical Manuscripts 1
- Carraher, Loretta 1
- Estelle family 1
- Gandiven, R. H. 1