Repository:Kansas State Historical Society

Repository Kansas State Historical Society
Postal Address 6425 SW 6th Ave.
Topeka, KS 66615
Place Kansas, United States
Phone 785-272-8681

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The Kansas Historical Society is the official state historical society of Kansas.

Headquartered in Topeka, it operates as "the trustee of the state" for the purpose of maintaining the state's history and operates the Kansas Museum of History, Kansas State Archives and Library, Kansas State Capitol Tour Center, and 16 state-owned sites. It also serves as the State Historic Preservation Office, and works closely with the Kansas State Department of Education to provide standards-based programs for history and social studies curriculum in the schools.

Home page provides a wealth of images and information about Kansas history and the Society's programs, publications and services.

Secretaries of the Society

1880 - F G Adams [1]

Usage Tips

Indexes to Kansas State Census are available via interlibrary loan.

Text References

  1. King, James L., History of Shawnee County Kansas, and Representative Citizens, 1905, Pg 22
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