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Two hundred sixty-three photographs, some printed as postcards, and 89 negatives of Camp Funston, Fort Riley, Kansas, during World War I when Camp Funston was used as a training facility. Joseph Pennell is noted as the photographer for some, though not all, of the photographs. The photographs and negatives portray structures and buildings on Camp Funston grounds, as well as soldiers and officers stationed there.
Silver gelatin panoramic photographic print of the tent city that made up the Camp of Instruction at Fort Riley, Kansas, in 1913, with the Kansas National Guard. Taken by the photographer Joseph Pennell of nearby Junction City.
This collection consists of one panoramic photograph on fabric backing. A caption reads "Camp of Instruction. Fort Riley, '08, Pennell photo."
This collection contains photographs copied from 19th century Junction City, Kansas-based photographer Joseph Judd Pennell's glass plate negatives by John Blumb and Tom Southall for the 1983 Mid-America Alliance traveling exhibit, "Frozen in Time."
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.