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Shawnee County History Bibliography

Image of Kansas map with Shawnee County highlighted.Armstrong, Charles B. Glimpses of Topeka, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Hall Lithographing Co., n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62ar).

Art Publishing Co. Topeka: The Capital City. Neenah, WI: Author, 1888-89. (Microfilm reel: MF 192, no. 3).

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Co. Souvenir Program: Formal Opening of Santa Fe's New General Office Building, Topeka, Kansas, Apr. 18, 1925. Topeka, KS: Hall Lithographing Co., 1925. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62a).

Beatty, Marion. Aristocratic Topeka Avenue and Its Environs. Topeka, KS: Author, 1963. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).

Belvoir, Potwin Place. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).

Berrett, Howard D. Who's Who in Topeka. Topeka, KS: Adams Bros., 1905. (K/978.1/-Sh1/B45).

Biographical Research Association. The Blue Book of Topeka, 1910. Topeka, KS: Author, 1910. (K/978.1/-Sh1/B52).

Bird, Roy D. Topeka: An Illustrated History of the Kansas Capital. Topeka, KS: Baranski Publishing Co., 1985. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62b).

Bird, Roy D. and Douglass W. Wallace. Witness of the Times--A History of Shawnee County. Topeka, KS: Shawnee County Historical Society, 1976. (K/978.1/-Sh1/B532).

Bliss, William M. "Kansas--The Sunflower State." Carter's Monthly. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 14).

Burkhard and Oswald. Souvenir of Topeka, Kansas. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/ -Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 28).

"The Charles Curtis House, 1101 Topeka Blvd." Topeka Daily Capital. Apr. 30, 1880. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: T 22).

Committee of Fifteen. Official Souvenir Programme. N.p.: C.N. Baldwin, 1898. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62tf).

Cone, William W. Historical Sketch of Shawnee County, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Kansas Farmer Printing House, 1877. (K/978.1/-Sh1/C75).

Connelley, William E. Origin and Significance of the Name Topeka. Topeka, KS: Author, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).

Continental Publishing Co. Who's Who In and Around Topeka. Kansas City, MO: Author, 1926. (K/978.1/-Sh1/C76).

Curtis, Charles. "History of North Topeka." North Topeka Times. Dec. 27, 1878. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: T 1259).

Dover Federated Church. Dover Community. Galion, OH: United Church Directories, 1982. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 11).

Dover Heritage Day Association. Dover Heritage. (3 vols.). N.p.: Author, 1987-90. (K/978.1/-Sh1/D751d).

Downtown Topeka, Inc. Progress Report 1966. N.p.: 1966. (K/978.1/-Sh1T/ Pam.v.1/no. 23).

"50th Anniversary Edition," Topeka Daily Capital. Aug. 25, 1929. [113 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: T 311).

"The First Train of Cars." Topeka Weekly Leader. Jan. 4, 1866. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: T 1198).

French, Jim. "History Lives in Vice President Curtis' Topeka Home." Wichita Eagle-Beacon. Sept. 25, 1983. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: NP 528).

Garrett-Haller, Mary D. Wakarusa, Kansas. Mercedes, TX: Author, 1985. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 16).

Giles, Frye W. Historical Sketch of Shawnee County, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Commonwealth, 1876. (K/978.1/-Sh1/G39h).

__________. Thirty Years in Topeka: A Historical Sketch. Topeka, KS: Crane Publishers, 1886. (K/978.1/-Sh1/G39).

Hall and O'Donald. Topeka and Its Advantages. Topeka, KS: Hall and O'Donald Lithographing Co., 1888. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 12).

Harvey, A.M. Tales and Trails of Wakarusa. Topeka, KS: Crane Printers, 1917. (K/978.1/-Sh1/H29).

Heckert, Jerry. TM Magazine. Topeka, KS: Author, 1946. (K/978.1/-Sh1/ T62tm).

Hennessey, Lola. Tecumseh, Kansas, 1854-1954, Centennial. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T22).

"Highland Park: A Beautiful Suburb Overlooking the City." The Lantern. Mar. 5, 1887. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).

Highland Park High School. Highland Park: The History, the Community, the School. N.p.: 1990. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.2/no. 13).

Historic Topeka. Topeka Treasures: A Guide to Selected Sites of Historic Interest in the Downtown Topeka Area. Topeka, KS: Minuteman Press, 1991. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.2/no. 14).

Hodges and Knox. Topeka, Its Progress and Importance. Topeka, KS: Author, 1887. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 23).

Hrenchir, Joan M. From Berry Creek to Berryton. Berryton, KS: Berryton Historical Committee, 1986. (K/978.1/-Sh1/B459).

Illustrated Publishing Co. Topeka Illustrated. Its Progress and Importance. Topeka, KS: Darling and Douglass, 1887. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Il6).

Institute for Public Policy and Business Research. [Statistics for] Shawnee County, Kansas. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas, 1987. (K/978.1/-Sh1/ Pam.v.2/no. 15).

Jackson, Mary E. Topeka Pen and Camera Sketches. Topeka, KS: Crane Printers, 1890. (K/978.1/-Sh1/J12).

Jasperson, Harold G. History of Prospect Hills, Topeka, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Author, 1981. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.1/no. 16).

Jennings, A. Owen. Topeka, Kansas: A Capital City, Illustrated, 1911. Topeka, KS: Adams Bros., 1911. (K/978.1/-Sh1/J44).

Jennings, Beverly. "The History of the Shawnee County Courthouse." Topeka, KS: Topeka High School, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).

Jones, Martin. Oakwood Farm, Shawnee County, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Kansas State Historical Society, 1992. (K/978.1/-Sh1/J721).

Kansas National Bank of Topeka. Topeka, Kansas. A Review of the Business of the City for Twelve Months. Topeka, KS: Kansas Publishing House, 1888. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 17).

Kansas State Historical Society. Shawnee County Clippings, 1861-1999. (52 vols.). Topeka, KS: KSHS, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Clipp./v.1-52).

"Kansapolis: The True Inwardness of Its History." Topeka Commonwealth (Daily). May 28, 1875. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: T 1044).

King, James L. History of Shawnee County, Kansas, and Representative Citizens. Chicago, IL: Richmond and Arnold, 1905. (K/978.1/-Sh1/K58).

Kirkwood, Mrs. Gerald. Through the Years Near Elmont. Topeka, KS: Author, 1961. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).

Klingaman, A.C. Santa Fe Railroad Souvenir Letter, Topeka, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Burroughs and Jones, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 29).

__________. Topeka: Its Business and Its Beauties as Seen Through the Camera. Topeka, KS: Hall Lithographing Co., n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/ Pam.v.2/no. 2).

Knickmeyer, Kathryn and Douglass W. Wallace. Topeka Back When. N.p.: Historic Downtown Topeka, 1977. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.1/no. 13).

Mack, George. Historic Homes of Shawnee County. (4 vols.). Topeka, KS: Topeka Capital-Journal, 1977-82. (K/978.1/-Sh1/M19).

Markley, Walt. Builders of Topeka. Topeka, KS: Capper Printing Co., 1934. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62m).

Marsh, Mrs. J.W. "Not a Tree in Sight as Pioneer Family Settled in Shawnee." Topeka Daily Capital. Feb. 3, 1935. [1 p.]. (Microfilm reel: T 377).

Moore, Bessie. History of Auburn, Kansas. N.p.: Author, 1981. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 12).

Motter, Alton M. "Even Graves Have Deserted Town Called Williamsport." Grit. Williamsport, PA: Author, 1977. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).

National Cremery Buttermaker's Association. A Souvenir Issued Complimentary to the Delegates Attending the Sixth Annual Convention. Topeka, KS: Topeka Printing Co., 1898. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62n).

National Reserve Life Insurance Co. Topeka: The Capital City of Kansas, 1854 to 1961. N.p.: Author, 1960. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.1/no. 2).

New Street Names: Changes Effective, March 1, 1938. N.p.: 1937. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 27).

North Topeka Civic Club. Yearbook, 1923. Topeka, KS: Rural Kansan Publishing Co., 1923. (K/978.1/-Sh1/N81).

Ober, Day and Co. The Commerce of Topeka, The Capital of Kansas. Topeka, KS: Commonwealth, 1880. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 7).

Reed and Co. The Leading Industries of Topeka, Kansas. Chicago, IL: Author, 1882. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 13).

Reicherter, Emma C. A History of Silver Lake, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Topeka Printing Co., n.d. (Micronegative: MN 116).

Remington, S.R. Early Days in Topeka: Some Reminiscences. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/R28).

Ripley, John W. Town Hall Tonight: A Pictorial History of Topeka's Theaters. Topeka, KS: Shawnee County Historical Society and Arts Center of Topeka, 1988. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Sh1/1988).

Root, George A. Uniontown. N.p.: Author, 1931. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).

Rossville Centennial. Rossville Centennial, 1871-1971. N.p.: Author, 1971. (K/978.1/-Sh1/R738).

Scenes and Memories of Dover. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 35).

"75th Anniversary Issue," Topeka Daily Capital. June 6, 1954. [125 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: T584).

Shawnee County Historical Society. Bulletin. Topeka, KS: Author, 1946-98. (Nos. 1-75). (K/978.1/-Sh1/Sh1).

__________. "Having Wonderful Time:" Topeka in Postcards, 1907-1914. Topeka, KS: H.M. Ives & Sons, 1975. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.1/no. 11).

Shubkagel, Thelma. Memories of Elmont: Histories of the Community and the Church. N.p.: 1976. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 8).

Silver Lake Centennial Committee. Silver Lake Centennial, 1870-1970. N.p.: 1970. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 6).

Simecka, Betty. Welcome to Rossville. Rossville, KS: Rossville Chamber of Commerce, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 13).

"60th Anniversary Edition," Topeka Daily Capital. July 16, 1939. [100 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: T428).

Smith-Brooks Printing Co. Topeka: The Beautiful. Illustrated Souvenir of Topeka, Kansas. Denver, CO: Author, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 11).

Spaulding, Vey B.R. Dover Then and Now: A History of Dover, Kansas, 1856 to 1964. Kansas City, KS: Phelps Creative Printing, 1964. (K/978.1/ -Sh1/D751).

Stone, Robert. Remarks by Robert Stone at the Unveiling of the Munn Memorial. N.p.: 1939. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 3).

Strickrott, John F. Strickrott's Photographic Souvenir of the Flood at Topeka, Kansas, 1903. Kansas City, MO: LeBeau and Buttles, 1903. (K/978.1/-Sh1s).

Stubbs, John M. Monuments of Topeka. Topeka, KS: Author, 1960. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62s).

Topeka Board of Trade. First Annual Report. N.p.: 1868. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 1).

__________. Statistical Review of the City of Topeka, Kansas, 1889. Topeka, KS: Hall & O'Donald Lithographing Co., 1889. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 18).

__________. The Topeka Market. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62t).

Topeka Centennial Committee. Topeka's 100 Years of Inspired Leadership. Topeka, KS: Author, 1954. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 1).

Topeka Chamber of Commerce. A Survey of Topeka, Kansas, as a Location for Consolidated State Headquarters of the U.S. Department of Agricultural Agencies in Kansas. Topeka, KS: Author, 1951. (K/978.1/-Sh1/ T62ch).

__________. The Topeka Chamber of Commerce Looks to the Future with Confidence and Vision. N.p.: 1945. (K/978.1/-Sh1T/Pam.v.1/no. 11).

__________. Topeka, Capital City of Kansas: Regional Health Care for All Ages. N.p.: 1983. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.2/no. 12).

__________. Topeka Fire Facts. N.p.: 1938. (K/978.1/-Sh1T/Pam.v.1/no. 13).

__________. Topeka History. N.p.: 1983. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Mss./no. 4).

__________. Topeka in the Valley of the Kaw. Topeka, KS: Hall Lithographing Co., 1929. (K/978.1/-Sh1T/Pam.v.1/no. 1).

__________. Topeka Industrial and Civic Information. Topeka, KS: Author, 1955-65. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62tt).

__________. Topeka Welcomes You! N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1T/ Pam.v.1/no. 7).

Topeka Civic Activities League. Newcomers Key to Topeka. Rockford, IL: Author, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.1/no. 4).

Topeka Commercial Club. Topeka: A City of Homes, Schools and Factories. Topeka, KS: Mail Printing House, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1T/Pam.v.1/no. 5).

__________. Topeka: A Prosperous Western City. Topeka, KS: Hall Lithographing Co., n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1T/Pam.v.1/no. 8).

__________. "Up to Date"--The Topeka Bridge, 1898. Topeka, KS: Hall Lithographing Co., 1898. (K/978.1/-Sh1T/Pam.v.1/no. 9).

Topeka Daily Capital. Market Data Kansas and the Topeka Market. Topeka, KS: Capper Publications Co., 1938. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62ma).

"Topeka Edition," The Counselor. (Aug. 1953). Omaha, NE: Securities Investment Co., 1953. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.1/no. 1).

Topeka in the Valley of the Kaw. N.p.: n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 31).

Topeka Junior Chamber of Commerce. Guide to the City of Topeka. Topeka, KS: Author, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62j).

Topeka--Kansas, 1911. Topeka, KS: Mail Printing House, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 2).

Topeka, Kansas: A Good Place to Teach. N.p.: 1953. (K/978.1/-Sh1/ Pam.v.1/no. 25).

Topeka Magazine. Topeka, KS: Pmfh Inc. , 1974-80. (7 vols.). (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62ft).

Topeka Realtors Association. The City of Homes, 1921: A Visit to Topeka, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Capper Printing Co., n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62ci).

Topeka-Shawnee County Metropolitan Planning Commission. Remembrances in Wood, Brick and Stone: Examples from the Architectural Heritage of Shawnee County, Kansas. N.p.: 1974. (K/978.1/ -Sh1/T62r).

"Topeka's Seventy-Fifth Anniversary, 1854-1929," Topeka State Journal (Daily). Dec. 5, 1929. [77 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: T 1515).

Topeka Supplement. Current Topics. N.p.: 1924. (K987.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 2).

Topeka: The Convention City. Topeka, KS: Adams Bros., n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/no. 6).

"Topeka's Young Women's Christian Association is Fifty Years Old." Topeka State Journal (Daily). Oct. 20, 1937. [2 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: T 1582).

"Twenty-Fifth Anniversary, 1871-1896, Illustrated Historical Edition," Topeka Mail and Kansas Breeze. May 22, 1896. [32 pp.]. (Microfilm reel: T1199).

Valley, Todd S. The Oregon Trail in Topeka: Focusing on Anthony and Mary Jane Ward. Topeka, KS: Historic Ward-Meade Park, 1993. (K/978.1/ -Sh1/T62/Pam.v.2/no. 16).

Wallace, Douglass W. A History of Shawnee County, Kansas. N.p.: Topeka-Shawnee County Metropolitan Planning Commission, 1974. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 10).

__________. Kenwood: Bungalow Suburbia. Topeka, KS: Historic Topeka, 1989. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.2/no. 17).

__________. Potwin Place. Topeka, KS: Topeka Chamber of Commerce, 1985. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 9/1985).

__________. The Summer Years: Potwin Place. Topeka, KS: Topeka Chamber of Commerce, 1978. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.2/no. 9).

__________. Things Ended and Things Begun: A History of Tecumseh, Kansas, 1854-1974. N.p.: H.M. Ives and Sons, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Pam.v.1/ no. 34).

__________. Topeka: Prairie Capital. Topeka, KS: Historic Topeka, 1985. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.2/no. 6).

Ward Bros. Album of Topeka, Kansas. Topeka, KS: Crane Publishing Co., n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62wa).

Westboro Homes Co. Westboro: What It Means to the Homeowner. Topeka, KS: Author, n.d. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.2/no. 1).

Wittemann, A. Souvenir of Topeka, Kansas. Brooklyn, NY: Albertype Co., 1898. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62/Pam.v.1/no. 3).

__________. Topeka, Kansas, Illustrated: Indelible Photographs. New York, NY: Albertype Co., 1890. (K/978.1/-Sh1/T62wi).

Woman's Kansas Day Club. The History of Shawnee County Courthouse. N.p.: Author, 1948. (K/978.1/-Sh1/Mss.).