Residences of D.M. Dibble, near LeLoup, Franklin County Kansas; Harry E. Kelley, Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas; and John Davidson, Junction City, Geary County (Formerly Davis County), Kansas

Title

Residences of D.M. Dibble, near LeLoup, Franklin County Kansas; Harry E. Kelley, Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas; and John Davidson, Junction City, Geary County (Formerly Davis County), Kansas

Subject

Kansas--History--Maps.

Franklin County (Kan.)

Coffey County (Kan.)

Davis County (Kan.)

Geary County (Kan.)

Description

Artist Renderings of Residences of D.M. Dibble, near LeLoup, Franklin County Kansas; Harry E. Kelley, Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas; and John Davidson, Junction City, Geary County (Formerly Davis County), Kansas

Harry E. Kelley was the son of Harrison Kelley (read about Harrison Kelley here: Kansas State Historical Society: Harrison Kelley)

Harry Kelley's home was razed and the materials from the home and the land became Kelley Park and Kelley Community Hall in Burlington: Youtube video: History of Kelley Park, Kelley Community Center

John Davidson was a dealer of Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Buggies and Carriages, and Sporting Goods in Junction City, Kansas:
Ks Genealogy Trails: 1887 Business Directory

Creator

L.H. Everts & Co, Philadelphia

Source

City of Valley Center Kansas

Publisher

Valley Center Public Library

Date

1887

Language

English

Coverage

Kansas



Citation
L.H. Everts & Co, Philadelphia, “Residences of D.M. Dibble, near LeLoup, Franklin County Kansas; Harry E. Kelley, Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas; and John Davidson, Junction City, Geary County (Formerly Davis County), Kansas,” Digital Valley Center, accessed April 14, 2021, https://valleycenter.digitalsckls.info/item/440.
Original Format

Paper

Physical Dimensions

17 1/2 x 14 3/4 in.