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Antique Cabinet Photo, 2 Men, 2 Women, Phillipsbug Kansas Photo, Cobb & Locke Photographer, Curly Hair High Collar Dress, 1890s Cabinet Card by vintagebarrel on Etsy

Antique Cabinet Photo, 2 Men, 2 Women, Phillipsbug Kansas Photo, Cobb & Locke Photographer, Curly Hair High Collar Dress, 1890s Cabinet Card by vintagebarrel on Etsy

Hoffman's Hardware News Haddam Kansas 1950s Lot of 2 by vintagebarrel, $12.00

Hoffman's Hardware News Haddam Kansas 1950s Lot of 2 by vintagebarrel, $12.00

Clay Center Kansas Wedding Photo Identified as by vintagebarrel

Clay Center Kansas Wedding Photo Identified as by vintagebarrel

Not far from the northern Kansas town of Hanover stands an old ramshackle building, known as the Hollenberg Station and it was once the largest stop along the famed Pony Express route. Not only is this building the only one of the old pony express stops that remains unaltered today but it also is believed to be unique for another reason. It is said that the old building also holds the ghosts of the young riders who rode across the prairie, carrying the mail from one destination to the next.

Not far from the northern Kansas town of Hanover stands an old ramshackle building, known as the Hollenberg Station and it was once the largest stop along the famed Pony Express route. Not only is this building the only one of the old pony express stops that remains unaltered today but it also is believed to be unique for another reason. It is said that the old building also holds the ghosts of the young riders who rode across the prairie, carrying the mail from one destination to the next.

It's no surprise that Kansas tops the list - Arkansas is close enough to the top for me - this spring has been awful!

It's no surprise that Kansas tops the list - Arkansas is close enough to the top for me - this spring has been awful!

Five miles northeast of Hanover, Kansas is the only remaining Pony Express stop still standing in its original location. Built on Cottonwood Creek in 1857 by Gerat H. Hollenberg, this station was also the largest stop along the Pony Express route. Intending to capitalize on the many wagon trains passing his way on the Oregon-California Trail, Hollenberg’s six-room building initially served as a grocery store, tavern, and an unofficial post office. Three years later it became a Pony Express…

Five miles northeast of Hanover, Kansas is the only remaining Pony Express stop still standing in its original location. Built on Cottonwood Creek in 1857 by Gerat H. Hollenberg, this station was also the largest stop along the Pony Express route. Intending to capitalize on the many wagon trains passing his way on the Oregon-California Trail, Hollenberg’s six-room building initially served as a grocery store, tavern, and an unofficial post office. Three years later it became a Pony Express…

Clifton Kansas Postcard Baptist Church 1910s Real by VintageBarrel, $9.00

Clifton Kansas Postcard Baptist Church 1910s Real by VintageBarrel, $9.00

World's largest ball of twine in Cawker City, KS. My dad helped put more twine around this as a kid. It is much larger than this picture now!

1951 Newspaper, Kansas History, The Linn Palmer Record, Genealogy Research, Vintage Advertisements, Weddings, Deaths, Births by vintagebarrel on Etsy

1951 Newspaper, Kansas History, The Linn Palmer Record, Genealogy Research, Vintage Advertisements, Weddings, Deaths, Births by vintagebarrel on Etsy

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