Kansas -- Social life and customs
Found in 5 Records:
A transcript of a slide-tape show of reflections on Kansas and Kansas people by fellow Kansans. The show was done by the University of Man, located in Manhattan, Kansas, in the spring of 1975 through a grant funded by the Kansas Committee for the Humanities. Included in the collection are instructions for use and discussion guidelines.
Ray Morgan, a Kansas native, was a professional journalist in Topeka, Kansas. He was also active in professional organizations and the Topeka community. This collection includes subject files Morgan compiled regarding Kansas towns and state institutions, political events and personalities, and crime, criminals and social issues. Also included are scrapbooks of collected material regarding the Topeka tornado of 1966 and the flood of 1951, as well as scrapbooks of personal material.
Biographical accounts of Robert Mercer Armstrong including diaries, memorandums, and account books.
The collection of the West Side Study Club consists of program booklets (1901-1978), historian's reports (1902-1962), secretary's books (1905-1962), an account book (1915-1966), yearbook of Federation of Clubs (1921-1924), and remembrances by members.
Secretary and Treasurer's report of the Year Round Club.