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Buhler Frolic 1972

Buhler Frolic 1972

View on Google Maps   Joyland  was once the largest amusement park in Wichita, Kansas  but today it remains abandoned and vandalized. It o...

The Abandoned, Joyland Amusement Park in Wichita, KS. So many great memories! Most fav was the Wacky Shack

Covered wagons in Hoxie, Kansas   This photograph shows a train of covered wagons "going further west." Photo possibly taken in 1907 or 1908, in Hoxie, Kansas, Main street.  Date: Between 1900 and 1915

Covered wagons in Hoxie, Kansas This photograph shows a train of covered wagons "going further west." Photo possibly taken in 1907 or in Hoxie, Kansas, Main street. Date: Between 1900 and 1915

Nicodemus, Kansas, a Colony of Free African Americans, 1885

Join Us on "The Living History Tour" to Historic Nicodemus via "The Ellis Trail." Buffalo Soldiers, settlers and other Re-enactors

Fred Harvey restaurant - Santa Fe's staff at the Hotel Bisonte in Hutchinson, Kansas, 1926

Fred Harvey restaurant - Santa Fe's staff at the Hotel Bisonte in Hutchinson, Kansas, 1926

Vintage postcard showing the dust storm in Garden City in 1935.  (courtesy of Alvena King)

Vintage postcard showing the dust storm in Garden City in (courtesy of Alvena King)

Old Wichita City Hall - now the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum

Located in downtown Wichita, Ks. Old Wichita City Hall. Built in and designed by the firm of Proudfoot and Bird. Now home to the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum.

1950-1960 Horse pull  Kansas State Fair

1950-1960 Horse pull Kansas State Fair

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