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Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)

2012-0076



Description: Guest House restaurant customers and employees; Can anyone identify any of the people?
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)
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Source: J. Winfield Fretz, 2002
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2012-0080



Description: Guest House restaurant; Can anyone identify any of the people?
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
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2012-0081



Description: J. Winfield Fretz in his Guest House restaurant; used in _Christian Living_, May 1958, front cover; "Sampling his own product is J. Winfield Fretz, co-partner of Guest House Cafeteria on Main Street in Newton, Kansas. Fretz, who also teaches social science at Bethel College, testifies that the venture into the business world 'was a delightful jump into economic reality.' It gave him a chance to see whether the principles of fair play which he had been teaching in the classroom would work on Main Street. See 'A College Professor on Main Street,' p. 6."
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)
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Photographer: Simon W. Schmidt

2012-0082



Description: Customers in Guest House restaurant; Can anyone identify the two people?
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
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2012-0083



Description: Customers in Guest House restaurant; Can anyone identify the two people? used in Christian Living, May 1958, p. 9 "Customers at coffee break serving themselves and making change. No employees are present."
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)
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Photographer: Simon W. Schmidt

2012-0084



Description: Guest House restaurant; used in Christian Living, May 1958, p. 6; "Main Street in Newton, Kans."
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
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Photographer: Simon W. Schmidt

2012-0085



Description: Guest House restaurant
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
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2012-0086



Description: Guest House restaurant; Can anyone identify the people?; used in Christian Living, May 1958, p. 7; "The Guest House kitchen force. Satisfied employees are as important as satisfied customers, affirms the author."
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)
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Photographer: Simon W. Schmidt

2012-0087



Description: Guest House restaurant; used in Christian Living, May 1958, p. 8; "Salad table to the left; choice of 12-15 salads and relishes daily. Steam table to right; 3 vegetables, 3 meats at every meal. Above is pie shelf."
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)
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Photographer: Simon W. Schmidt

2012-0088



Description: Guest House restaurant; owner J. Winfield Fretz in center back; Can anyone identify other people in the photo?
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
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2012-0089



Description: Guest House restaurant; used in Christian Living, May 1958, p. 9; "Close-up of salad table from which customers choose as much as they wish at no additional cost."
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)
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Photographer: Simon W. Schmidt

2012-0090



Description: Guest House restaurant; Can anyone identify people in the photo?
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)
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2012-0091



Description: James Rutschman and J. Winfield Fretz, Guest House restaurant; used in Christian Living, May 1958, p. 6; "The proprietors of Guest House Cafeteria: James Rutschman (left) manager, served as a cook at Denison, Iowa, and Lincoln, Nebraska, during CPS days. J. Winfield Fretz (right) is founder of the cafeteria and head of the department of the social sciences at Bethel College, N. Newton."
Date: ca. 1958
Location: Newton, Kansas
MLA filing: Fretz, J. Winfield, Papers (MS.69)
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Photographer: Simon W. Schmidt

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