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You're so Vane (You Probably Think This is About You): The Provenance of the Dave Redmon Postcard Collection
Tags: Dave Redmon, Frank Williams, Griffin Page, Harold Vane Brown, Kansas City Star, Kansas Historical Quarterly, Lawrence, Manhattan, Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, Ogden, Parsons, Parsons High School, Pierce Oil Company, Pittsburg Morning Sun, Postcard collection, University of Kansas, Vernus Lanham, World War I
Tags: Bauman family, Benjamin Franklin Morgan, Bessie Steph, Burke family, C. M. Burke, Clay Center, Clay Center Hospital, Clay County, Clay County Museum, Emerson Burke, epidemic, Faidley family, Glidden Family, Idana, Indian John, John Dringer, Mack family, Melanchthon Cameron Porter, Oakhill, P. J. Kauhler, Perry Family, Porter-Morgan Hospital, quarantine, Rock Island Railroad, Shannon Nolan, Shaples family, smallpox, The Clay Center Times, World War I
Tags: Arkansas City, C.R. Andrews, Cowley County, Danny Rush, Dexter, Flint Hills, Great Depression, Henry Sutliff, James Jordan, Maple City, Maple City Methodist Church, Maple City School, Oklahoma Border, Robert Goodrich, Spanish Influenza, Spring Creek Township, Tent Revivals, W.J. Gilkey, Winfield, World War I
Tags: 1951 flood, Civil War, Delaware River, free-state, George and Morgan Cockrell, Great Depression, Jefferson County, John D. Perry, Joseph Scott, Kansas Pacific Railroad, Kansas River, Kentucky Township, Medina, Perry, Perryville, Pro-slavery settlers, Rising Sun, The Perry Mirror, Topeka, Union Pacific Railroad, World War I
Murdock, Kansas, started out as New Murdock in 1884 and underwent a name change in 1910. Today Murdock is a quiet community of about 375 residents.