Harvey County Historical Museum Photographs
 

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Identifier

2010204108

Approximate Date

1962

Description

Newton. 1962. Harvey County Fair parade. A young woman (queen candidate) is riding in a convertible. Sign on side of car reads: Glenda Abney. Brown, multi-story building at left is a residence listed as 107 East Second. Next, right is the remainder of a service station building from the 1940s that was owned by Russell Goertschius and was listed as 126 N. Main. Directly behind the convertible is a Valentine building with sign that reads R. & T. Lunch with address of 126 N. Main. Two-story house to right of R. T. Lunch is a residence listed as 124 N. Main.

Physical Description

2" x 2"

Subject

Parades & processions, Convertible automobiles, Men, Women, Boys, Girls, Houses, Diners (Restaurants), Harvey County (Kan.), Newton (Kan.)

Rights

© Harvey County Historical Museum. All rights reserved. May not be reproduced without permission. To request permission, contact info@hchm.org. Please credit Harvey County Historical Museum as your source.

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Access provided by Forsyth Digital Collections

Collection

J. Birch Stuart Collection, Photo Box 04 D Parades & Fairs

Comments

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Language

eng

Keywords

Parades & processions, Convertible automobiles, Men, Women, Boys, Girls, Houses, Diners (Restaurants), Harvey County (Kan.), Newton (Kan.)

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