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This colorized photographic postcard features four pictures of Kansas scenes. The top left photo depicts a row of siloes and grain bins. The top right photo depicts the rocks at Rock City with a man standing in front. The bottom right photo depicts a field with oil wells in the background. The bottom left photo is the Fort Hays Blockhouse stationed at Hays, Kansas. There is text on the front and back of the card. There is handwriting on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
St. Louis (Mo.), Maitland (Fla.), Oil fields, Granaries, Formations (Geology), Rocks, Blockhouses, Correspondence
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Lee, Vera V. and McGee, Mari, "Postcard: Greetings from Western Kansas Where the West Begins" (1954). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 323.
Greetings from Western Kansas Where the West begins Key to views on other side: Upper left hand corner-Grain Elevators. Upper right hand corner-Rock City, Minneapolis, Kansas. Lower right hand corner-Oil Wells. Lower left hand corner-Old Fort Hays Blockhouse. Mrs. Vera V. Lee R. 1 Box 110, Maitland, Florida. Mari McGee 3978 St. Louis Ave. St Louis Missouri.