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LawrenceHomeTelephoneCo-1933-001-015.pdf
Text: A telephone directory of Lawrence (Kan.) residents and businesses produced in January 1933 by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. The directory contains information about long distance calls, Lawrence telephone subscribers' phone numbers and…

LawrenceHomeTelephoneCo-Nov1952-001-015.pdf
Text: A telephone directory of Lawrence (Kan.) residents and businesses produced in November 1952 by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. The directory contains information about long distance calls, Lawrence telephone subscribers' phone numbers and…

Volume 1 contains the tombstone censuses for Oak Hill and Maple Grove cemeteries in Lawrence, Kansas, as well as historical information about Douglas County undertakers, a description of Quantrill's Raid and list of victims, a selection of…

An index of obituaries published by the Wilson's Funeral Home in Wellsville, Kansas.

26-EGaunaKPacheco-2006.pdf
Sisters Erminia Gauna and Kitty Pacheco were interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided…

24-AGarciaBGarcia-2006.pdf
Brothers Andrew and Bob Garcia were interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided by the…

23-FJimenezSr-2006.pdf
Fidel Jimenez, Sr., was interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided by the Santa Fe…

22-CBuciaTRamirez-2006.pdf
Clara (Ramirez) Bucia and her brother Thomas Ramirez were interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker…

21a-RRomeroSr-2006.pdf
Ramon (Raymond) Romero was interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided by the Santa Fe…

20a-VRomero-2006.pdf
Valentin Romero was interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided by the Santa Fe Railroad…

19-FRomero-2006.pdf
Frank Romero was interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided by the Santa Fe Railroad…

18-MNunez-2006.pdf
Mary Nunez was interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided by the Santa Fe Railroad for…

17a-JChavezHMartinez-2006E.pdf
John Chavez and Helen (Chavez) Martinez were interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided…

16a-IBermudezRLemus-2006.pdf
Siblings Israel Bermudez and Rachel (Bermudez) Lemus were interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker…

15-TReyesSr-2006.pdf
Tiburcio Reyes, Sr. was interviewed by Helen Krische in 2006 as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided by the Santa Fe…

8-CChavez-20210309.pdf
Carlos Chavez was interviewed by Emily Raymond on March 9, 2021, as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided by the Santa Fe…

7-IGonzales-20210219.pdf
Isabel (Chavez) Gonzalez was interviewed by Emily Raymond on February 19, 2021, as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas. La Yarda was a neighborhood of worker housing provided…

25-PRomero-2006.pdf
Pedro (Pete) Romero was interviewed by Helen Krische on May 23, 2006, and then by Emily Raymond on January 29 and February 4, 2021, as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and Mexican-American communities in Lawrence, Kansas.…

1-TSchwartz-20191006.pdf
Teresa Hernandez Schwartz lived with her parents in Lawrence's La Yarda neighborhood. Teresa was interviewed by Nora Murphy on October 6, October 13, and November 14, 2019, as part of an oral history project to document the La Yarda and…

LPL-BarteldesFamilyTree.png
A chart depicting several generations of the Barteldes family, covering the period from approximately 1405 to 1963. The Barteldes family owned the Kansas Seed House, a large seed company located in Lawrence (Kan.) from its founding in 1867 to 1962. A…

EastLawrence_CDBGAgreement_1993.pdf
The East Lawrence Improvement Association's application for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, and the 1993 agreement between the City of Lawrence and the East Lawrence Neighborhood Association laying out the responsibilities associated…

FunkMortuary-1913-1916-cover-076.pdf
Text: The records of Funk Mortuary, covering the period between August 25, 1913 and September 6, 1916. Funk Mortuary was founded in 1909 by T.D. Funk and George Shaffer. In 1911, Funk assumed full ownership; he operated the mortuary until its sale in…

SchubertMortuary-cover-056.pdf
Text: Volume II of the records of the Schubert Mortuary, spanning December 1912 to October 1924. The Schubert Mortuary operated in Eudora in the early twentieth century before moving to Lawrence in 1927 under Carl Schubert, the son of founder Johann…

MenAndWomenInWWII_001_044.pdf
Text: A record, with pictures, names, and short biographies of military service, of men and women from Douglas County (Kan.) who fought in the Armed Forces during World War II. The text is dedicated to those who died in the war.

In this interview, Pattie Johnston talks with World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam War veterans about their military experiences. The participants are unidentified.
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