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This handbill advertises a baseball game between Gaylord and Smith Center on July 19, Both teams had competed a few days earlier in a four-team tournament held in Smith Center. Issues published in are available as Kansas Memory unit This scrapbook, compiled by J. Wood, contains programs, clippings, illustrations, and other memorabilia of the theaters and performers in Topeka, Kansas, in the s.
The book includes several maps and photographs, including a portrait of Sara Robinson between s and Some points of interest include: the names of landowners within the townships, the town of Brownell and the principal route of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company. These items belonged to Jay House. The winning Gaylord team was composed largely of players imported from the Kansas City area.
Gaylord's opponents scored 9 runs, while Lebanon's scored 10 runs. The handbill was preserved in a scrapbook with items related to the baseball activities of Ray Stewart from Topeka.
This book commemorates the fiftieth anniversary celebration of the Masons' Grand Lodge of Kansas, an event held in Topeka, Kansas. Many illustrations are included, such as portraits of the organization's leaders and views of its office and library building at 8th Avenue and Harrison Street in Topeka, Kansas, which was first occupied September 1, Collections -- Library Remove.
Gaylord won the tournament, but Smith Center won the game played on July 19 by a score of Many of the players on the Gaylord team were imported from the Kansas City area. The Kansas Historical Society has issues beginning with volume 1, no. These typewritten box scores document the of games played in a baseball tournament held in Smith Center on July On the first day of the tournament, Gaylord defeated Portis,and Lebanon defeated Smith Center, Lebanon defeated Portis,on the final day and Smith Center beat Gaylord, Since Lebanon and Gaylord each had two wins, the tie-breaker rule was applied, giving the tournament title to Gaylord.
Stewart was hired to pitch for the Lebanon team during the Smith Center tournament.
Brown was another prominent supporter of the Free State cause and an associate of the Robinsons. Processing your request Theater scrapbook and date book, Topeka, Kansas Wood, J. Box scores from a baseball tournament in Smith Center These typewritten box scores document the of games played in a baseball tournament held in Smith Center on July Baseball game handbill from Gaylord, Kansas This handbill advertises a baseball game between Gaylord and Smith Center on July 19, Semi-centennial celebration Freemasons.
The rule provided that, in the event of a tie in the of wins, the tournament championship would be awarded to the team with the fewest runs scored against it by opponents.
The box scores were preserved in a scrapbook with items related to the baseball activities of Ray Stewart. Had Smith Center scored one more run in its victory over Gaylord on the final day, Lebanon would have won the tournament, since the next tie-breaker rule to be applied was total of runs scored.
Stewart was a Topeka pitcher hired to the Lebanon team for the tournament. There are two photographs of the Grand Opera House, which was located at SW Jackson Street in Topeka, and most of the programs are from their productions.
The invitation text, printed on two below a gold-foil seal of the Grand Lodge of Kansas, states,"The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Kansas will commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of its organization with public ceremonies at eight o'clock, in the evening of Thursday, February twenty-second nineteen hundred and six at the Auditorium Topeka.
The photo was preserved in a scrapbook with items related to the baseball activities of Ray Stewart, a friend and teammate of McMahon's.
On Brown recommends that the author revise the earliest history, prior to Cordley's arrival in Lawrence, for accuracy. Benedict St. Clere Sterling St. Francis St. George Stilwell Stippville St. John St. Joseph St. Marys St. Paul St. Educate Classroom materials Tours and events Professional support. A theatrical date book for the Grand Opera House covers the and season. It contains news about the employees, their families, and soldiers from the area, and includes many pictures.