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Topeka (Kan.) -- Pictorial works

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Records:

Geraldine Slater photograph collection

Call Number: RH PH P2830

This collection contains a DVD and scanned copies of glass plate negative images of building sites, as well as views of construction of pipelines and a dam structure in Topeka, Kansas.

Dates: 1920s

Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma Postcard Sets

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH PH P2822

Five sets of souvenir postcards in small booklets. There are three from Kansas, one of views of the State Capitol Building in Lincoln, Nebraska, and one from Tulsa, Oklahoma ("the oil capital of the world"). Two of the Kansas postcard sets focus on Topeka, and the other displays a variety of views from around the state.

Dates: 1944 [?]

Lawrence, Topeka, and Abilene, Kansas photographs

Call Number: RH PH 107

H.D. Hart was a resident of Lawrence and worked as a printer for the Topeka Daily Capitol. Photography was his avocation. The photographs include a variety of subjects in and around Lawrence, Topeka, and Abilene, Kansas. All of the photographs are black and white unless otherwise noted.

Dates: approximately 1966-1974

Photographs of the 1951 Flood in Lawrence and Topeka

Call Number: RH PH 113

This collection contains views of the 1951 Kansas River flood in Lawrence and Topeka, Kansas.

Dates: probably 1951

William E. Culver photographic collection

Call Number: RH PH 75

William E. Culver was an amateur photographer who settled in Topeka, Kansas, where he opened a hardware store, Culver and Bailey, in 1886. This collection contains photographic prints, glass lantern slides, glass plate negatives, flexible negatives, photography paper, correspondence, architectural drawings, maps, and other materials related to Culver's personal and professional interests.

Dates: 1867-1963, bulk 1892-1919

William Maria Boedefeld architectural renderings

Call Number: RH AD 15

This collection contains two renderings created by architect W.M. Boedefeld, one of a bank and another of a building on Washburn University's campus in Topeka, Kansas.

Dates: 1940s