Lawrence (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Found in 7 records:
John K. Estes, a professional photographer, established the Estes Studio at 806 Massachusetts street in Lawrence, Kansas in the late 1940s and operated it until his death in 1971. This collection contains photographs depicting images of individuals, groups, and organizations active in Douglas County, as well as records, predominately financial, of the studio.
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.
This collection of photographs includes images of McFarland family members, some at Oak Hill Cemetery (Lawrence, Kansas?), and two in the Joplin, Missouri area.
This movie, 8 minutes and 20 seconds long, includes shots of Lawrence, Kansas, including Massachusetts street, an elementary school, a church, multiple neighborhoods, and the University of Kansas campus (including dorms and Jayhawk Boulevard, the main thoroughfare through the main campus).
This collection contains views of the 1951 Kansas River flood in Lawrence and Topeka, Kansas.