Rural schools -- Kansas -- Douglas County
Found in 3 records:
Assessment of the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence's Adaptive Reuse of the Pleasant Valley District #14 Schoolhouse
This paper by University of Kansas student Dan Carey (later Dan Carey-Whalen) describes the historical and architectural importance of the Pleasant Valley #14 schoolhouse which was purchased as a meeting house in 1960 by the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence, Kansas. Citing the building's suitability for the National Register of Historic Places, Carey proposes various preservation-minded measures for its adaptive use. Included are photographic negatives of the meeting house.
Glass plate and flexible negatives of scenes of the Gilgas family, their farming activities, and Willow Springs School in Douglas County, Kansas. Prints are also available of all negatives in the collection and should be consulted by researchers first.
Original manuscripts and research notes for Rural schools and schoolhouses of Douglas County, Kansas
A collection of Goldie Piper Daniels' original manuscripts and research notes for her book, Rural Schools and schoolhouses of Douglas County, Kansas, published in 1975. Included are the author's many original pencil drawings of Douglas County schoolhouses, with which her book was illustrated.