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This collection contains the daybooks (studio registers) of Junction City, Kansas photographer Joseph Judd Pennell, as well as various artifacts, many engraved, from Pennell's personal possessions. The daybooks from the Pennell studio date from 1896 to 1925. Included in the collection are school essays and drawings by Pennell's son, Joseph Stanley Pennell.
The Southwest Kansas Photographers Club convened to discuss the art and business of photography. The 2 volumes in this collection cover the years 1925 through 1942 and include meeting minutes, a group photograph, newspaper clippings, registration lists and financial records.
William Culver (1853-1919) was an amateur photographer who settled in Topeka, Kansas, where he opened a hardware store, Culver and Bailey, in 1886. This collection contains correspondence, architectural drawings, photographs, letters, photography paper, maps, and other materials related to Culver's personal and professional interests.
- Junction City (Kan.) -- History 2
- Photographers -- Kansas 2
- Photographers -- Kansas -- Junction City 2
- Clubs -- Kansas 1
- Colorado -- Photographs 1
- Fort Riley (Kan.) -- History -- Photographs 1
- Hardware stores -- Kansas -- Topeka 1
- New York (State) -- Photographs 1
- Photography -- Kansas 1
- Topeka (Kan.) -- Pictorial works 1 ∧ less
- Pennell, Joseph Judd, 1866-1922 2
- Culver, William, 1853-1919 1
- Pennell, Joseph Stanley, 1903-1963 1
- Southwest Kansas Photographers Club 1