• University of Kansas, Spencer Research Library

    Historical photographs from the Kansas Collection, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas (a subset of the Art and Cultural Heritage Collection). The Kansas Collection is the regional history division of the University of Kansas Libraries. The Photo Collection consists of images documenting the history of Kansas, the region, and the people who have lived here. Currently, this online collection contains only a small sample from the Libraries' collection of over a million photographs, but will grow steadily as more photographs are digitized and cataloged. The photos in this collection also are included within the broader Art & Cultural Heritage Collection.

    Number of Images:
    3,695

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