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Alpha Delta Kappa is an honorary teacher's sorority. The collection consists of correspondence, chapter meeting reports, rosters, convention programs and other miscellaneous papers, and scrapbooks that include photographs of members, newspaper clippings, programs, and other memorabilia.
This collection consists of diaries, some of Woodward's writings, and clippings and greeting cards collected by the Woodward family, who moved to Lawrence, Kansas during the territorial era.
This collection contains a complete record kept by Reverend Chandler Worth Stephenson of his daily activities and expenses for over a 50 year period, while he lived in Kansas, Michigan, and Ohio. The collection includes his diaries as well as loose papers removed from his diaries.
The collection consists of correspondence (business, political and personal), legal documents, and personal financial records of Charles Van Wyck from 1857 until his death in 1895. The rest of the collection is correspondence and business records of Ross Brodhead, dealing with the Van Wyck estate. There are also some personal records of Ross Brodhead in the collection.
An 1855 directory of property owners in Lawrence, Kansas Territory, arranged by street and lot number.
This collection consists of materials related to Clenece Hills' teaching career, as well as her interests and activities in the Lawrence, Kansas community. The collection also includes family and genealogical information, information from when her husband James was faculty adviser to the Haskell Indian Nations University student newspaper, and information from Mildred Seaman.
A photocopy of a directory of property owners in Lawrence, Kansas Territory, arranged by street and lot number. The directory also includes an index of the names in the directory that was compiled at a later date.
Film of one of the churches located at 9th and Vermont Streets in Lawrence, Kansas. Includes shots of churchgoers leaving church and views of Vermont Street, near Massachusetts Street in downtown Lawrence.
Records related to Glenn Kappelman's position as a court-appointed appraiser to review community development projects in Douglas County and Lawrence, Kansas.
Jane Wofford Malin grew up in Lawrence, Kansas, had a career teaching French in Texas, and then retired to her home town of Lawrence, Kansas. This collection documents her life and her connections to Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Texas, and in France and abroad. The correspondence in this collection, as well as papers and photographs of Malin and each of her parents, represents two generations of Midwestern life.
The Kansas City, Kaw Valley & Western Railway was an interurban rail line with electric car service between downtown Kansas City, Missouri and Lawrence, Kansas. The collection contains scattered records of the railway's operation, including correspondence, operational cost data, freight charge receipts, accident reports for the line during its most prosperous years, maps and architectural drawings, and an honor's thesis by John W. Florin on the history of the railway line.
Since the late 19th century, the Lawrence, Kansas Chamber of Commerce has worked to create a strong community. Records in this collection include documents created or received by the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce between the years of 1948 and 1986, with the majority of the documents coming from the years 1968 to 1975.
The collection is arranged chronologically and contains minutes of meetings, clippings, petitions, and other manuscript materials documenting the activities of the organization.
Survey of Lawrence employers on jobs in Lawrence.
Nancy Shontz served on the City Commission of Lawrence, Kansas, from 1981-1985, and worked actively with the Lawrence Preservation Alliance and the local chapter of the League of Women Voters. The collection contains her papers regarding these activities as well as other city- and county-related issues.
The collection includes 85 aerial and ground photographs taken by official photographers stationed at the United States Naval Air Station in Olathe, Kansas, of the flooding in the greater Kansas City area in 1951.
Logan, Kansas native Kate I. Hansen (1879-1969) served as the Dean of the Miyagi College Music Department, Miyagi College, Sendai, Japan. Hansen received Bachelor of Arts (1905) and Bachelor of Music (1913) degrees from the University of Kansas. This collection of her papers reflects these activities, as well as her personal and family history, and includes professional and personal correspondence, personal records, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
This collection consists of several volumes of records from the Pilgrim Congregational Church of North Lawrence, Kansas. These volumes include treasurer's records, Sunday School reports, meeting minutes, and membership information for the church as well as for some of the groups associated with the church, including the Ladies' Society and the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor (Y.P.S.C.E.).
Three postcards sent to Phillip and Christine Miller from their sibling Ralph and his wife Mildred Miller, featuring buildings of Lawrence, Kansas: a Presbyterian Church, Governor Stubbs' residence, and a fairgrounds scene at Woodland Park.
This collection consists of account books, correspondence, lecture notes, and a painting that belonged to physician Samuel Brooks Anderson, who moved to Lawrence, Kansas soon after Kansas became a state.
Shelley Miller was a long-time Kansas resident, both attending the University of Kansas as a student and serving as head of the Department for Spain, Portugal and Latin America at the KU Libraries. Throughout her life, Shelley participated in social activism on the local and national level. This collection reflects her professional and personal efforts through newspaper clippings, informational pamphlets, scrapbooks, and personal correspondence.