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Riley County History Bibliography

Image of Kansas map with Riley County highlighted.Bala Pioneer Heritage Society. Bala Heritage: Bala, Riley County, Kansas. N.p.: Author, 1981. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.2/no. 6).

Bird, Roy D. The Land and the People: The Settlement of Riley County. N.p.: Riley County Historical Museum, n.d. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.2/no. 5).

Boles, Walter A. Randolph: The Early History of Randolph and Community. N.p.: Author, n.d. (K/978.1/-R45/B637).

Cavenee, Connie S. Manhattan, Kansas, Street Names. Manhattan, KS: Riley County Genealogical Society, 1982. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.2/no. 7).

"Centennial Edition," Manhattan Mercury. Apr. 27, 1955. [61 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: M 443).

"Church [Cleburne] Plans for Birthday." Manhattan Mercury and Daily Nationalist. Sept. 21, 1939. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 399).

Committee of College Students. Better Manhattan. A Report Respectfully Submitted to the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce by a Group of College Students Representing and Reporting College Student Sentiment. Manhattan, KS: Student of Department of Industrial Journalism and Printing, 1920. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.1/no. 7).

Dahlberg, C.V. Settlement of the Blue Valley in the Vicinity of Randolph. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.1/no. 4).

Dalton, R.A. "Points of Interest Around Manhattan to Include in Your Sunday Drive." Manhattan Republic. Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, and Dec. 1, 22 and 29, 1948. [8 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: M 567).

"District Schools Had Their Beginning Here, May 9, 1862." Manhattan Mercury. Jan. 27, 1934. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 385).

"Early Day Child Bug-a-Boos Were Indians, Drunken Men." Manhattan Mercury. May 11, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 388).

Fischer, Emil C. Churches of Manhattan and Vicinity. Topeka, KS: Graphic Arts Inc., 1975. (K/978.1/-R45/M314f).

"General Mead of the Cincinnati Company Named Manhattan Streets." Manhattan Mercury. June 22, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 388).

Griffin, Albert. Riley County, Kansas. "The Blue Ribbon County." Manhattan, KS: Nationalist, 1881. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.1/no. 3).

Harrop, Florence F. Riley County Court House Square. N.p.: Author, 1948. (K/978.1/-R45/Mss./no. 1).

Jack, Lowell. A History of Manhattan, Kansas. Manhattan, KS: Hawley Printing, 2003. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.2/no. 10).

Jones, Carolyn. The First One Hundred Years: A History of the City of Manhattan, Kansas, 1855-1955. Manhattan, KS: Manhattan Tribune-News, 1955. (K/978.1/-R45/M314j).

Kansas State Historical Society. Riley County Clippings, 1855-1999. (5 vols.). Topeka, KS: KSHS, n.d. (K/978.1/-R45/Clipp./v/1-5).

Maddock, J.M. Manhattan and the War. Manhattan, KS: Chronicle, 1918. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.1/no. 6).

Manhattan Beach Co. Eureka Lake, Manhattan, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Hall Litho Co., 1903. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.1/no. 2).

Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. "A Pictorial Review." Current Topics: Manhattan Supplement. Manhattan, KS: Author, 1929. (K/978.1/-R45/ Pam.v.2/no. 2).

Manhattan City and Interurban Railway Co. Interurban Facts. Manhattan, KS: Author, 1910. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.2/no. 9).

"Manhattan 46 Years Ago," Kansas City Star. Nov. 25, 1906. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: Chronological Order/No Reel Number Assigned).

Meyer, J.A. Early History of Riley, Kansas. N.p.: Author, 1956. (K/978.1/ -R45/Mss./no. 3).

"Moehlman Bottom Early Settlers Saw Redskins." Manhattan Mercury. Dec. 15, 1934. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: M 387).

Molesworth, Gordon. "Kansas State College 75th Anniversary Edition." [Manhattan] Morning Chronicle. July 10, 1938. [22 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: M 287).

Ogden Centennial Committee. Ogden Centennial, 1854-1954. N.p.: 1954. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.2/no. 1).

Riley County Genealogical Society. Pioneers of the Bluestem Prairie. Kansas Counties: Clay, Geary, Marshall, Pottawatomie, Riley, Wabaunsee and Washington. Manhattan, KS: Author, 1976. (K/BB/R451).

Riley County Historical Society. Log Cabin Days. N.p.: Artcraft Printers, 1929. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.1/no. 9).

Riley, Kansas: Centennial, 1870-1970. N.p.: 1970. (K/978.1/-R45/ Pam.v.2/no. 3).

"Roadside Signs Tell of County." [Manhattan] Morning Chronicle. July 21, 1935. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: M 280).

Image of business buildings in Randolph, Kansas, 1890s.Secrest, Ed. "The Childhood Days of Randolph." Randolph Enterprise. Jan. 29, 1891. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: R 152).

"Semi-Centennial Edition," Manhattan Nationalist. June 16, 1910. [17 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: M 533).

Slagg, Winifred N. Riley County, Kansas: A Story of Early Settlements, Rich Valleys, Azure Skies and Sunflowers. Brooklyn, NY: Theo. Gaus' Sons, 1968. (K/978.1/-R45/Sl12).

__________. Riley County, Kansas: Its Boundaries and County Seats. N.p.: Author, 1955. (K/978.1/-R45/Mss./no. 2).

Swanson, Phyllis M. City of the Plains: A Story of Leonardville. Manhattan, KS: Ag Press, 1982. (K/978.1/-R45/L553).

Walter, Dan. Aggieville, 1889-1989: 100 Years of the Aggieville Tradition. Manhattan, KS: Ag Press, 1989. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.2/no. 8).

__________. 125 Years of Aggieville Tradition. Manhattan, Kan.: Custom family stories, c2014. (K/978.1/-R45/Pam.v.2/no.11).

Wildcat Extension Homemaker Unit. History of Wild Cat Valley. N.p.: Author, 1980. (K/978.1/-R45/W644).