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Portrait of Rev. Jesse Green, one of the founders of the Methodist Indian missions in Kansas. From “The Methodist Missions among the Indian tribes in Kansas” Topeka, 1906.

Photograph of Rev. Thomas Johnson, from “The Methodist Missions among the Indian tribes in Kansas” Topeka, 1906. For twenty-six years missionary among the Shawnee and other Indian tribes of Kansas; one of the prominent names in American Methodism of…

Drawing of Shawnee prophet Ten-Squa-Ta-Wa from the book "Methodist Missions among the Indian Tribes in Kansas"

Digital image of the Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas

View of the First National Temperance Camp meeting held at Bismarck Grove near Lawrence, Kansas.

This poster publicizes an approaching temperance revival. The document lists what prohibition accomplishes for Kansas and what the State Temperance Union wants to achieve for the year 1903.

Groundbreaking by 180 members of the Ladies Aid Society of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. This church is located at the southwest corner of Maple Street and Martinson Avenue. Photograph taken September 23, 1905.

Annual meeting of the Kansas Holiness association in South Riverside Park, August 1909.

Wichita citizens posed in front of church building in Wichita, built around 1870 and used by the Protestant Episcopal Church, now St. John's Episcopal Church. The location was north of Third Street on east side of Main Street.

Birds' eye view looking west with Fourth Street (St. Francis) in foreground; shows German Methodist church and W. L. Johnson Feed Stables; church is now Calvary United Methodist
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