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A Century of Music Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 54, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
1 Ripley, John W. (Ed) A Century of Music Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 54
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1977 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; The Modocs – Bernice Hemus and the Jayhawk Organ – Clarence Messick’s Musical Bells – Topeka Civic Symphony Orchestra – Half-Ton of Harmony – Four Tiny Musicians – A Piano in Every Parlor – Louis Eversole’s Memoirs – Topeka Music Teachers Association – Whatever Happened to Minnie Beale? – Minerva and Other Musical Clubs – Mechanical Music Comes to Potwin – A Sinking Ship – Illustrated Songs – Landon Campaign Songs – The Gospel Four – Miss Maudie – Memoirs of Edmond Denny & Lillian Malstrom – Sweet Music Turned Sour – Topeka Jazz Workshop – Albert Shutt-Topeka’s Music Man – The Mandolin and Banjo Clubs – Anna M. P. Bundy – Karolyn B. Whittlesey – Sherman Shoup’s Operetta – Mother’s Grand Piano – Dance Band’s-A Photo Album – Early Musical Organizations – Marshall’s band – Ethnic and Community Bands – Arab Shrine Band – The Santa Fe Band – Rural Community Bands – Community Concert Association – A List of Topeka-Published Music – William and Rose Van Ness – Topeka Civic Symphony Orchestra; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 129 pages 
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A Century of the Healing Arts 1850 - 1950 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 57, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
2 Ripley, John W. (Ed) A Century of the Healing Arts 1850 - 1950 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 57
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1980 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; A Century of the Healing Arts 1850-1950. (1980) – Kansas Medical College-Topeka – Grave Robbing Scandal! – Dr. L. H. Munn – The Keeley Cure for Alcoholism – Harriet E. Adams, M. D. - “Auntie Doctor” – Doctors’ Table at the Chocolate Shop – Christ’s Hospital – Stormont Hospital – St. Francis Hospital – Nickel a Month-The S. B. A. Hospital – Two Dozen Forgotten Hospitals – Doc Brownfield’s Medicine Show – From Incarceration to Treatment – Hero or Fraud? -Boston Corbett – Topeka’s Schools of Nursing – Territorial Doctors – The Smith Brothers – Dr. Kaster and the Santa Fe Hospital Assn. – Swat the Fly! -Dr. Samuel J. Crumbine – Ed Jerman–Radiologist – The Flu Epidemic-1918-1920 – Small Pox Epidemic-1873 – Blue Cross Beginning – Several Early Doctors – Menninger Sanitarium’s Early Years – Gavitt Medical Company – Shawnee County Medical Society – Dental History – The Topeka Dental College – The Madstone Treatment – The Rev. Charles F. Parham-Faith Healer – Christ-God-McCullough – Br. Brinkley’s Secret Prescriptions – Legal Liquor for All Ills – Mineral Springs – Surgery for an Outlaw! – Dr. Outland Buys a Lambert Automobile – Dr. Crumbine Approves of Automobiles – Roster of Doctors’ and Dentists’ Autos-1913 – Officers and Trustees-Shawnee County Historical Society; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 174 pages 
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Albert T. Reid's Sketchbook: Fads, Foibles & Politics: 1896 - 1908 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 48, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
3 Ripley, John W. (Ed) Albert T. Reid's Sketchbook: Fads, Foibles & Politics: 1896 - 1908 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 48
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1971 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Albert Turner Reid-A Short Biography – The Tenor of the Times – Reid-Stone School of Art – A Student’s Impression of the New Art School – More Than Laughter – Cartoons and Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 132 pages 
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An Album of 19th Century Homes of Shawnee County Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 51, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
4 Ripley, John W. (Ed) An Album of 19th Century Homes of Shawnee County Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 51
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1974 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Contains Paintings and Pictures of Shawnee County Homes; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 71 pages 
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Communications: Early Life of Telephones, Telegraph, Radio, and Newspapers in Shawnee County Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 59, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
5 Ripley, John W. (Ed) Communications: Early Life of Telephones, Telegraph, Radio, and Newspapers in Shawnee County Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 59
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1982 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; The Girl-less, Cuss-less Telephone – The County’s Nineteen Telephone Companies – Rev. Sheldon’s Address via Long Distance – The Hello Girls – After the Consolidation – Charles S. Gleed and the Bell System – When Phones Were Automated – Topeka’s First Telephone Subscribers-1879 – Topeka’s First Telephone Directory-1885 – Chronology, Topeka’s Telephone Systems – A Century of Newspaper Publishing – A different Type of Air Mail – Postmasters of Topeka – Ghost Town Post Offices – Some Postal Firsts – WIBW-Topeka’s First Radio Station – Telegraphy’s Rise and Fall – Blow-by-Blow-by-Telegraph – A Voice from the Air – The Phonograph Concert; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 130 pages 
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Fire Service of Topeka: the Early Years Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 63, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
6 Ripley, John W. (Ed) Fire Service of Topeka: the Early Years Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 63
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1986 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Foreword – Introductory – Fire Service of Topeka – The Fire Department Wants You – All-Black Fire Station No. 3 - Topeka’s First Fire – Fire Department Headquarters Since 1878 – Firemens’ Ball – Ritchie Block Fire, 1869 – Photos, Disastrous Fires – King Brothers, Fire Fighters – Photos, Topeka’s Fire Chiefs – Roster, Topeka Fire Fighters, 1986; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 131 pages 
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From Omnibus to Motor Bus: a History of Shawnee County's Street Transit Systems from 1869 - 1969 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 46, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
7 Ripley, John W. (Ed) From Omnibus to Motor Bus: a History of Shawnee County's Street Transit Systems from 1869 - 1969 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 46
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1969 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Topeka Transportation - Local Public Transit Corporations - They Meet All the Trains - Events Leading Up To Topeka's First Railway - Street Railways and Suburbs: Promotional Twins - Topeka City Railway Co. - To Martin's Hill by Steam in Sixteen Minutes - Never Underestimate the Power of a Horsecar Team - Horse Cars to Dummy Line - Trials and Tribulations of Topeka's First Street Railway - Adds and Ends - The East Side Street Railway - The Dummy Line to Highland Park - The North Topeka Silver Lake & Rossville Rapid Transit Company - College Hill Notes - Goodbye Dobbin - The Steam Era of The Topeka Rapid Transit Railway - The Electric Era of the Topeka Rapid Transit Co. - A Lady Looks at the New Rapid Transit And Loves It! - Topeka to Eskridge or Bust! - The Rise and Fall of the Jitney Bus - Pearl's Perilous Holiday -The Topeka and Vinewood Park Railway Company - Old Betsy - The West Side Circle Railway - Reports of Accidents, 1905 1908 (Excerpts) - Ray Hilner's Reminiscences; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 155 pages 
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In His Steps: "What Would Jesus Do?" Charles M. Sheldon Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 44, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
8 Ripley, John W. (Ed) In His Steps: "What Would Jesus Do?" Charles M. Sheldon Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 44
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1967 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; In His Steps--70th Anniversary Edition. A Lively Septuagenarian - All time Best Seller on Nobody's List - Twentieth Century Utopia: Topeka - The British Weekly's Look at In His Steps - Last Rites for a Few Myths - The Lighter Side of In His Steps - Compilation of Publishers of In His Steps - Holograph Manuscript of In His Steps - Virginia and Loreen as Seen by Six Illustrators - In His Steps, Illustrated; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 146 pages 
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Oakland's First Hundred Years and Ghost Towns of Shawnee County Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 64, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
9 Ripley, John W. (Ed) Oakland's First Hundred Years and Ghost Towns of Shawnee County Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 64
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1987 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Oakland’s First One Hundred Years – Oakland Families-Billard, Sardou, Nagle, Kelsey, Hummer, Gardner, Poort, Paynter, Shafer – Schools, The Library – Midcontinent Woolen Mills – Longren Airplane Company – Clubs and Lodges-Camera Group, Priscilla Club, Bicycle Club, Baseball Team, Forestry Club, Brass Band – Oakland Banks – Other Business Firms – The Herb Farm – Kaw Valley Livestock Co. – Crime in Oakland – Fires and Floods – Starch Factory – Churches-Christian Church, Church of the Brethren, Presbyterian Church, Methodist Church – Clarence T. “Curly” Edwinson – Chautauqua at Oakland Grove – Music Festival at Oakland Grove – Ghost Towns of Shawnee County-Foreword, Arlington Heights, Auburndale, Bishop, Brownsville, Calhoun, Chicago Heights, Eugene, Indianola, Mairestown, Plowboy, Sumner City, Uniontown, Valencia, Wanamaker, Willard – Seabrook – Post offices, Shawnee County; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 119 pages 
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Santa Fe in Topeka: a Book of Nastalgic Recollections about Santa Fe Personalities and Events Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 56, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
10 Ripley, John W. (Ed) Santa Fe in Topeka: a Book of Nastalgic Recollections about Santa Fe Personalities and Events Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 56
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1979 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; The Santa Fe-A Child of Topeka – Yes, Virginia, There is a Holiday Park – Fred Harvey and the Santa Fe – Frank W. Thomas and His Apprentice Program – Visit to Papa’s Office – Santa Fe Women’s Club – The Revitalized Reading Rooms – Topeka Talent for Reading Rooms – Santa Fe’s First Woman Employee – Official Tries to Catch a News Butch – The Fast Newspaper Train – Charles S. Gleed and the Santa Fe Reorganization – The Santa Fe Junction – Santa Fe’s Passenger Depots – The Santa Fe Flyer – Students Commute on the “Plug” – The Train Built Here in 1889 – The Old Santa Fe Depot – Carl Schmidt, Land Salesman – A Look Back at the Law Department – Teddy Roosevelt Dedicates the R. R. Y. M. C. A. – Hero of the 1903 Flood-Edward Grafstrom – A Press Bureau for the Santa Fe – The Santa Fe Roundhouses – The Business Cars – The Shops Make Headlines – The General Offices – The Stores Department in the 1930’s – Fire at the G. O. B. – City Passenger Agents – The Santa Fe and Four Generations – Safety First Taught by Phonograph – The Santa Fe Sporting Scene – Santa Fe’s Time Service – Thomas J. Anderson – Inspection Cars-Old and New – The Santa Fe Shops Today – Complete Roster of Santa Fe Employees in Topeka, 1897 – Officers and Trustees, Shawnee County Historical Society; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 196 pages 
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Stage, Screen and Radio: Shawnee County 1871 - 1941 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 43, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
11 Ripley, John W. (Ed) Stage, Screen and Radio: Shawnee County 1871 - 1941 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 43
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1966 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Mr. Theater: L. M. Crawford - Jay House, Theater Critic - Topekans on Stage and Screen - The Rocking House Theater at Vinewood Park - Early Theatrical History - Two Dozen Nickelodeons - Confusing but Exciting - The Grand's Carriage Trade - Hollywood Comes to Topeka - The Little Boys Room at the Best - Homespun Radio Drama of the 1930's - Pipe Organ Blues - "In His Steps" on Stage and Screen - Six Columns for Bernhardt's "Camille" - The Story of the Coleman Family - They Paid Me to Talk in the Movies - Alfred E. Newman-A Native Son? - What Killed Vaudeville? - Awards to Eileen Charbo for 1965 Bulletin - Anna Eva Fay as She Appeared to Albert T. Reid - Georgia Gray to Address Annual Meeting - Topeka: 75 Years Ago - Roster of Topeka Area Theaters 1871 - 1941 - Try it in Topeka; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 98 pages 
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The Circus World of Willie Sells: with Accounts of Circus Performances in Topeka 1856 - 1908 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 60, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
12 Ripley, John W. (Ed) The Circus World of Willie Sells: with Accounts of Circus Performances in Topeka 1856 - 1908 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 60
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1983 Softcover Very Good 
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The Clubs of Shawnee County from a to Z Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 61, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
13 Ripley, John W. (Ed) The Clubs of Shawnee County from a to Z Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 61
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1984 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; The Clubs of Shawnee County. (1984) – Foreword – St. Ananias Club – Bachelors’ Club – Flambeau Clubs – Kansas Philomathic Institute – Minerva Club – National Marriage Age Association – Topeka’s Pen Women – Naked and Unashamed Club – Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs – Nautilus Club Memories – Saturday Night Literary Club – Lincoln Club – Zonta Club – Fortnightly Club – The Stag at Eve-Topeka Club – Society of Long Fellows – University Club – U and I Club and Ingleside – Highland Beef Club – Travelers Club – Women’s Club – Tecumseh Social Service Club – Shawnee County Historical Society – Knights and Ladies of the Great Open Spaces – West Side Forestry Club – Dover 4H Club – North Topeka Clubs, 1871-90 – Roster of Clubs from Sam Radges’ City Directory, 1896-7 – Roster of Topeka Clubs, 1984; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 93 pages 
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The Good Guys: a History of Law Enforcement in Shawnne County Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 66, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
14 Ripley, John W. (Ed) The Good Guys: a History of Law Enforcement in Shawnne County Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 66
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1989 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; George Washington Berry – James A. Hickey – A Territorial Bad Man – Robbers, Raids, and Arrest Warrants – A History of the Topeka Police Department – Mary Jane Scales, First Woman Sentenced to Hang in Kansas – Distinguished Sleepers – The Shooting of Daniel Ferris – Nat Oliphant-Lynched for Murder – The First Topeka Policewomen – Frank Stahl, Topeka’s Temperance Police Chief – Bad Day at the Post Office – Benjamin A. Davidson – Benny and Estelle – Mental Health Consultation and the Topeka Police Department – Appendix: Marshals and Chiefs of Police, Topeka Police Department – Sheriffs of Shawnee County, and Notes on Sheriffs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 110 pages 
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The Legacy of Sam Radges: Publisher and Historian Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 50, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
15 Ripley, John W. (Ed) The Legacy of Sam Radges: Publisher and Historian Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 50
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1973 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Sam Radges, a Unique Topekan – A Noted Sepulcher – How Sam Radges Came to Topeka – Sam Radges and the Bird – A Friend of the Library – Street Numbering-Old and New – Historical Sketch of Topeka – History of Topeka – The Real History of Topeka – The History of Topeka – The History of Topeka – A Toast to Topeka – History of Topeka – Topeka in All Tenses – Topeka Historically – Topeka Reviewed – Historical Topeka – Topeka; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 158 pages 
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The Melting Pot: Shawnee County's Ethnic Communities Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 58, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
16 Ripley, John W. (Ed) The Melting Pot: Shawnee County's Ethnic Communities Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 58
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1981 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; An Ethnic History of Shawnee County-The Indian Tribes, Black Integration and Settlement, Reich Germans and Russian-Germans, Swedish Immigration to Kansas, Mexican Immigration to Shawnee County, Mexican Immigration to Shawnee County, Other Ethnic Groups – Foreign Language Publications – Santa Fe and the Melting Pot – Topeka’s Cricket Teams – The Spirit Unconsumed-The Early Years of Topeka’s Jewish Community – Scot verses Swede – Mr. Lundgren Meets Mr. Carlson – Swedish Domestics Preferred – Lottie Anderson Vickstrand –Swedish Churches - Topeka Turn Verein – St. Joseph’s Church – Older Russian-German Families – D. A. R. Naturalization Records – Hibernian Items – Foiling the Leprechauns – The Scots – The Moravians – Dr. Sheldon and Tennesseetown – Roster of Foreign Born-1895 – Volga Villages of Topeka Emigrants – Foreign Born Settlements, Charts – Ethnic Organizations, 1894-96 – Catalogue of Reprints; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 158 pages 
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The Prairie Star: a Journal of the Kansas Philomathic Institute for 1857 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 62, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
17 Ripley, John W. (Ed) The Prairie Star: a Journal of the Kansas Philomathic Institute for 1857 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 62
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1985 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Concerning Maria Merrell Martin, editor of The Prairie Star – The Kansas Philomathic Institute – Ladies of the Institute – Topeka’s Critical Years – Editorials and Announcements – Concerning Abolition – Martyrs in the Cause of Abolition – Concerning the Mysterious OBC and LRC – Cyrus K. Holliday, Historian – The History of Topeka, Anon-Eureka, We have Found It! Topeka in Flames, First Sight of a Women, Prairie Architecture, Dirty Work at the Polls, The Battle of Fremont – Purely Personal Notices – The Temperance Movement, 1855- 57 – Items from the Kansas Tribune, 1856-1858-To Whomever It May Concern, Slave Hunting, Miscellaneous Items, A Shooting Afray (sic) – Kings of America, an Allegory – An Allegorical Letter from the Perplexed President-Elect – Concerning Grief – Concerning Physiognomy – Poetry from the Prairie Star – Essays by Members of Kansas Philomathic Institute; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 138 pages 
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The Sporting Scene Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 55, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
18 Ripley, John W. (Ed) The Sporting Scene Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 55
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1978 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Washburn in the Big Time – Strictly Off the Record – Washburn’s New Sport – Washburn Football-1913-14 – Which Was Best? – Played Rings Around K. U. (T. H. S. Vs. K. U. Second Team-1902) – Dr. Outland and the Football Experiment – Our Man in Paris – Chuck Logan’s Football Machine – All-Ichabodia) All-Time, All-Star Football Teams) – Topeka to Junction City on High-Wheelers – Renaissance of the Bike – Golden Age of Cycling – Our Racing Cyclists – Year of the Velocipede – Very Early Sports in Topeka – You Can’t Do That! – Max Falkenstein Interviews Dutch Lonborg – Washburn the Champions 91925 AAU Tournament) – What Price Modesty? – Home of the Country Club – First Golf Tournament – “A Popular Healthful Pastime” – We Learn about Professional Wrestling – Old Ironsides Polo Club – Jay E. House, Columnist – Playograph at the Journal Building – It Has Happened Every Spring Since 1867 – Dover Park Baseball – Baseball at Tecumseh – Memories of Track and Field – Daily Capitol’s Junior Marathon – Ruth Fairbank-All-Around Sportswoman – Photo Album-Girls’ Softball Teams – Balloon Flights-1910-11 – Racing Balloons-Topeka I and II – Photo Album Washburn’s Athletic Hall of Fame – City Golf Champions, Match Play, 1935-78 – Officers and Trustees; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 154 pages 
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Those Dreadful Devil Wagons: Shawnee County's Automobile Owners, Dealers, and Manufacturers,1900 - 1925 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 49, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
19 Ripley, John W. (Ed) Those Dreadful Devil Wagons: Shawnee County's Automobile Owners, Dealers, and Manufacturers,1900 - 1925 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 49
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1972 Softcover Very Good 
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Topeka At the Turn of the Century Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 52, Ripley, John W. (Ed)
20 Ripley, John W. (Ed) Topeka At the Turn of the Century Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 52
Topeka The Shawnee County Historical Society 1975 Softcover Very Good 
Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Topeka’s Fall Festivals – Would You Believe It Twenty Opium Addicts in Topeka? – Carry Smashes in Topeka – Inflation Hits the Good Old Days – The Great Kansas Gold Rush – Washburn’s Varsity Won ‘Em All – Topeka’s First Golf Tournament – Recollections of the First Golf Course by Caddies and Others – Erastus Stone’s Dream Castle-Birthplace of Pentecostalism – The Twentieth Century Ball – Book Review: “Across the Way” – Our Contributors – Scrapbook Section- Reprints of Headline Stories – Topeka’s Triumph-The New Auditorium’s Dedication – Golf is the Rage-Diagram Topeka Golf Course Links – A Country Club-A Practical Proposition – The Country Club and Charter Members – Another Look at the Rev. Mr. Sheldon’s Christian Daily – The New Governor’s Mansion – Stop the Smoke Damage to the Capitol – Lutie A. Lyle-“America’s Only Colored Woman Lawyer” – Actresses Discharged for Smoking – Mr. Gage’s Gift to Topeka-An 80-Acre Park – In Society – Will White’s Scheme – Bicycle Races – Done In Fire – Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow-A Horse Trader’s Lament; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 110 pages 
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