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Digital original

2006-0076



Description: bust of Cornelius H. Wedel, by John Peter Klassen, art professor at Bluffton (Ohio) College; bust was made in 1944; located in the Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College
Date: April 12, 2006
Location: North Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Digital original
Original size: digital
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Photographer: John D. Thiesen

2007-0180



Description: Monument in Hillcrest Cemetery north of Florence commemorating Mennonites who allegedly died at Florence during 1874-5 of smallpox; the numbers cited on the monument seem highly exaggerated; don't know when the monument was erected; the small older stone in the bottom center is of a Lelah Kirgan who has no Mennonite connection at all
Date: November 7, 2007
Location: Florence, Kansas
MLA filing: Digital original
Original size:
Source:
Photographer: John D. Thiesen

2007-0181



Description: Monument in Hillcrest Cemetery north of Florence commemorating Mennonites who allegedly died at Florence during 1874-5 of smallpox; the numbers cited on the monument seem highly exaggerated; don't know when the monument was erected; the small older stone in the bottom center is of a Lelah Kirgan who has no Mennonite connection at all
Date: November 7, 2007
Location: Florence, Kansas
MLA filing: Digital original
Original size:
Source:
Photographer: John D. Thiesen

2007-0182



Description: detail from monument in Hillcrest Cemetery north of Florence commemorating Mennonites who allegedly died at Florence during 1874-5 of smallpox; the numbers cited on the monument seem highly exaggerated; don't know when the monument was erected; the small older stone in the bottom center is of a Lelah Kirgan who has no Mennonite connection at all
Date: November 7, 2007
Location: Florence, Kansas
MLA filing: Digital original
Original size:
Source:
Photographer: John D. Thiesen

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