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This black and white photographic postcard features three photos of locations around Bucklin, Kansas. The top left photo portrays the three story school house. The top right photo depicts the Light and Power Company building. The building is one story and made with limestone. The bottom photo depicts the Main Street. Buildings are to the left and right with a dirt street in the center. Barrels are in view in the foreground. There is written text on each photo. Printed text is on the back of the card. Handwriting is on the back of the card.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Bucklin (Kan.), Ford County (Kan.), Buildings, Advertisements, Invitations, Power plants
This item is in the public domain
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Hoofnagel, H., "Postcard: Meet Me at the Chautauqua, Bucklin, Kansas , Postmarked" (1912). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 603.
Main Street $25,000 school house being erected, Bucklin Power and Light building Best lighted town in Kansas, Main Street Gwens Photo Meet Me at the Chautauqua Bucklin, Kansas September 8-9-10-11-12, You are invited to make our place of business your headquarters while in town Palace Drug Store. Bucklin is the fastest growing town in Western Kansas. A waterworks system is being constructed; a brick city hall, a fine high school, a number of residences and three brick business houses under construction. Two business bricks and several residence finished. A $12,000 church building under way. H. Hoofnagel, City