Front Street Replica - Boot Hill
Title:
Front Street Replica - Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Dodge City's famous old Front Street is reproduced in faithful replica on old Boot Hill. The board walks, the hitch racks, the awnings over the sidewalk, all are the same as in the days when this street was the main street of the "wickedest little city in the west."


Famous Boot Hill
Title:
Famous Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Real Photo PM 1940 Jun-2



Looking Down 1st Avenue
Title:
Looking Down 1st Avenue
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border PM 1920 Nov-09


Trail herd brands of 1874 that established Dodge City, Kansas, the cowboy capital
Title:
Trail herd brands of 1874 that established Dodge City, Kansas, the cowboy capital
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Real Photo PM 1942 Sep-2

Description:
On the ashes of my campfires was Dodge City built. No firearms are permitted north of Front Street.



Shangri La Motel
Title:
Shangri La Motel
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen PM Jun-18

Description:
Recommended Guest Advertised, as "Among America's Finest." 24 Air-conditioned Units, with heated Garages. Rooms carpeted, Panelray Heated, Tiled combination Shower and Tub Baths; Simmons Beautyrests. Built to serve the Traveling Public (no permanents). Paid Reservations held arrival of guest; unpaid used after 6 P.M. (CST), as needed


Zimmermann's Gunsmith Shop, Boot HIll Museum
Title:
Zimmermann's Gunsmith Shop, Boot HIll Museum
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Fredric C. Zimmermann was Dodge City's gunsmith during the 1870s and 1880s. He also sold hardware and building supplies needed by the growing town



Greetings from Front Street, Dodge City, Kansas, Cowboy Capital of the World
Title:
Greetings from Front Street, Dodge City, Kansas, Cowboy Capital of the World
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1908 Jan-8



Carnegie Library
Title:
Carnegie Library
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused


100TH Meridian Motel, 2300 W. Chestnut St., On U.S. Highway 50
Title:
100TH Meridian Motel, 2300 W. Chestnut St., On U.S. Highway 50
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
Where the 100th Meridian crosses the Arkansas River was the southwest corner of the Louisiana Territory. Owned by Spain thru discovery; traded to France by treaty; bought by U.S. in 1803. South of the River was the Republic of Texas; west of the 100th Meridian was old Mexico. This intersection is the only place in the U.S.A. where the flags of five nations could have flown from one flag pole



100th Meridian Motel
Title:
100th Meridian Motel
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
On U. S. 50 West Edge - Dodge City, Kans. Where the 100th Meridian crosses the Arkansas River was the southwest corner of the Louisiana Territory. Owned by Spain thru discovery; traded to France by treaty; bought by U. S. in 1803. South of the River was the Republic of Texas; west of the 100th Meridian was Old Mexico. This intersection is the only place in the U.S.A. where the flags of five nations could have flown from one fla pole


Miss Kitty and the Can Can Girls - Long Branch Saloon Variety Show
Title:
Miss Kitty and the Can Can Girls - Long Branch Saloon Variety Show
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
During the summer season at Boot Hill Museum



Silver Spur Lodge
Title:
Silver Spur Lodge
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Wyatt Earp at 14th 316 227-2125 Dodge City, Kansas 67801 "High Plains Finest" 81 units with meeting rooms, restaurant, swimming pool and tap room


Post Office Building
Title:
Post Office Building
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border



U.S. Weather Bureau
Title:
U.S. Weather Bureau
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border PM Jul-29


Dodge City's Stagecoard Mural
Title:
Dodge City's Stagecoard Mural
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Dodge City's "Stagecoach Mural" adorns the South wall of the First National Bank & Trust Co. Muralist Stan Herd created the masterpiece as a tribute to Remington. The mural, 35 ft. by 45 ft. was dedicated to the people of Dodge City and Southwest Kansas on July 14, 1979



Looking Down 1st Avenue
Title:
Looking Down 1st Avenue
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Real Photo unused


Greetings from the Nation's No. 1 City of History and Romance
Title:
Greetings from the Nation's No. 1 City of History and Romance
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Real Photo unused

Description:
Dodge City, The Cowboy Capital. On the Ashes of my Camp Fires was this City Built. For ten years this was the largest cattle market in the world and for fifteen it was the wildest town on the American Frontier. Established with the coming of the Santa Fe in 1872, Dodge City became the shipping center of the southwest. The hunters who exterminated the buffalo here marketed several million dollars worth of hides and meat. Hundreds of wagon trains carried supplies to western towns and army posts. By 1875 most cattle trails let to Dodge; in 1884 Texas drovers alone brought 106 herds numbering 300,000 head. As a rendezvous for hunters, trappers, cowboys, soldiers, railroad builders, bullwhackers, Indians, saloon keepers, dance hall girls, thugs and gamblers. The town became notorious for vice and violence. Numerous victims were buried on Boot Hill. Eventually law was enforced by such "Two Gun Marshalls" as Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp and Bill Tilghman. Near Dodge City are the sites of old Fort Mann and Fort Atkinson. The Santa Fe Trail which they were established to protect may still be traced on the nearby prairie



City Building and Cowboy Statue
Title:
City Building and Cowboy Statue
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen PM 1942 Sep-10


Junior College and Senior High School
Title:
Junior College and Senior High School
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused



Christian Church
Title:
Christian Church
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM Apr-6


Silver Spur Lodge
Title:
Silver Spur Lodge
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Wyatt Earp at 14th. "High Plains Finest". 81 units with meeting rooms, restautrant, swimming pool and tap room



Stagecoach Mural
Title:
Stagecoach Mural
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome PM 1982

Description:
Adorns the south wall of the First National bank & Trust Co. Muralist Stan Herd created the masterpiece as a tribute to Remington. The mural, 35 ft by 45 ft was dedicated to the people of Dodge City and Southwest Kansas on July 14, 1979


Miss Kitty and the Can Can Girls
Title:
Miss Kitty and the Can Can Girls
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Perform nightly in the Long Branch Saloon Variety Show during the summer season at Boot Hill Museum



Junior College and Senior High School
Title:
Junior College and Senior High School
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused


Holiday Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Holiday Motel & Restaurant
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Individual air conditioning--heated pool--free TV & piped in music--room phones--tile tub & shower combination bath--wall to wall carpeting--Member of Friendship Inns of America--free reservation service. AAA approved. Highway 50, West 2100 West Wyatt Earp Blvd



Boot Hill
Title:
Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Real Photo unused


Replica of Front Street
Title:
Replica of Front Street
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome PM 1960 Sep-1

Description:
Dodge City's famous old Front Street is reproduced in faithful replica on old Boot Hill. The board walks, the hitch racks, the awnings over the sidewalks, all are the same as in the days when this street was the main street of the "wickedest little city in the West." Photography House



Front Street Replica, Boot Hill
Title:
Front Street Replica, Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Don Richards Dodge City's famous old Front Street is reproduced in faithful replica on old Boot Hill. The board walks, the hitch rocks, the awnings over the sidewalks, all are the same as in the days when this street was the main street of the "wickedest little city in the West." Photography House


El Capitan
Title:
El Capitan
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
This statue commemorates the Texas Longhorn that gave Dodge City its place in history as "Queen of the Cowtowns." The Longhorns are descendants of Spanish cattle brought to Mexico in the 16th century. Between 1875 and 1886 over 4 million head were driven up the trail to the Santa Fe railhead in Dodge City. The statue is a project of the Boot Hill Museum, Inc



Cowboy Statue, Boot Hill
Title:
Cowboy Statue, Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Poised for action, with six-gun leaving its holster, this life-size statue of an early day cowboy stands in front of Dodge City's City hall on Boot Hill. This statue was modeled by Dr. O.H. Simpson, a pioneer dentist of Dodge City


Monument Marking Old Santa Fe Trail
Title:
Monument Marking Old Santa Fe Trail
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM Dec-20

Description:
The Old Santa Fe Trail, which ran from the town of Westport, which is now part of Kansas City, to Santa Fe, New Mexico, in the old border days, was a logical human pathway. The grades were easy and the trail followed closely its water supply. Dodge City was on the trail. In recent years there have been several movements started to mark the trail



Gunsmoke - Business Section Street in Downtown
Title:
Gunsmoke - Business Section Street in Downtown
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused


Hoover Paviliion, Wright Park
Title:
Hoover Paviliion, Wright Park
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
Wright Park on the Arkansas river, comprises 29 acres. There is a zoo, a large municipal swimming pool, a beautiful band shell, one of the finest in Kansas, picnic facilities and plenty of shade and water E.C. Kropp Co



Dodge City Community College
Title:
Dodge City Community College
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Fully accredited-- four complete degree programs, full range of vocational programs, night school and adult education, new campus-- completed Spring 1970. Fourteenth at Hiway 50 bypass


Saint Mary of the Plains College
Title:
Saint Mary of the Plains College
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Four-year Catholic coeducational liberal arts college



Junior College and Senior High School
Title:
Junior College and Senior High School
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
E. C. Kropp Co


Municipal swimming Pool
Title:
Municipal swimming Pool
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
Wright park and the municipat swimming pool offer exceptional recreational facilities, modern picnic grounds available to all visitors and the traveling public



Dodge City Mill & Elevator Co
Title:
Dodge City Mill & Elevator Co
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border unused

Description:
Series 55308


Looking Down 1St Avenue
Title:
Looking Down 1St Avenue
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border PM 1921 Jul-21

Description:
Series H1696



First Church In Dodge City
Title:
First Church In Dodge City
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border PM 1936 Oct-06

Description:
Series H-4106 Dodge City's Union Church was built in 1874 by popular subscription, the dance hall and saloon frequenters contributing liberally to the fund. Not only was it the first church in Dodge City, but the first church is South-western Kansas.


Soldiers' Reunion, City Park
Title:
Soldiers' Reunion, City Park
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused



Front Street
Title:
Front Street
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Dodge City's famous Old Front Street is reproduced in faithful replica on old Booth Hill. The boardwalks, the hitch racks, the awning over the sidewalks, are all the same as in the days when this street was the main street of the "Wickedest little city in the West."


Arkansas River Bridge
Title:
Arkansas River Bridge
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen PM 1946 Jul-24



Boot Hill
Title:
Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Established in 1872, became known as "Queen of the Cowtowns." Was famous as wild and wooly western outpost.


Historic Front Street, Boot Hill
Title:
Historic Front Street, Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
The Boot Hill Stage Line leaves from in front of the Long Branch Saloon throughout the summer months. The stage line rides are enjoyed by all visitors who want to tour Historic Old Front Street in the mode of travel used in the notorious early days of Dodge City



Boot Hill
Title:
Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
Boot Hill, formerly a Potter's Field for the friendless and unfortunate, is at the edge of the little frontier town. The 43 persons buried there have since been removed. First cemetery then a school site, it is now crowned with the Municipal Building and a monument to the cowboy.


Dodge City
Title:
Dodge City
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
"Cowboy Capital of the World" Famous, historic Dodge City As it looks today. Second venue looking South.



Dodge City
Title:
Dodge City
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
"Cowboy Capital of the world".


Greetings From Boot Hill
Title:
Greetings From Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
This is Boot Hill Cemetery 1871 - 1879. This plot is a monument to those who died with their boots on, and were buried with their boots on. "To any Traveler who may pass this way, and climb this lonely hill and say a prayer for us who early found our rest upon the prainics wind swept ageless breast. Weep not of us who early made our beds, wrapped in our blankets, saddles for our heads. For we are happy here, secure and still, locked in this rock strewn silent sun-baked hill." Josephine McIntire in "Boot Hill."



Part Of Gun Collection Displayed At Boot Hill Museum
Title:
Part Of Gun Collection Displayed At Boot Hill Museum
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused


Silver Spur Lodge, Wyatt Earp At 14th
Title:
Silver Spur Lodge, Wyatt Earp At 14th
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome PM 1971

Description:
HIGH PLAINS FINEST 81 UNITS WITH MEETING ROOMS, RESTAURANT, SWIMMING POOL AND TAP ROOM.



Greetings From Boothill
Title:
Greetings From Boothill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused


Greetings From Boothill
Title:
Greetings From Boothill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused



Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen


Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen PM 1949



Ford County Court House
Title:
Ford County Court House
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused


Historic Front Street, Boot Hill
Title:
Historic Front Street, Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Dodge City's famous Old Front Street is reproduced in authentic replica, as it appeared in the 1870's at the foot of Boot Hill. Front Street with it's Long Branch Saloon, Rath & Wright General Store, City Drug, and the Beauty & Kelly Restaurant holds s unique place in Dodge City's history. It was on this street that more frontier history was written than on any other street in the West.



Boot Hill
Title:
Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
"Cowboy Capital of the World" Famous old-time outlaws were buried here with their boots on. "Matt Dillon" guards two "desperados" in old Ft. Dodge Jail. "Matt Dillon" (posed by Ray Lee)


City Building And Cowboy Statue
Title:
City Building And Cowboy Statue
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused



Arkansas River Bridge
Title:
Arkansas River Bridge
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused


Harvey House
Title:
Harvey House
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border unused



Santa Fe Hotel Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Hotel Depot
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border PM 1910

Description:
Dodge City is one of the most famous cities in Western history. Cattlemen who in the early days drove their cattle overland from Texas to Montana used to make Dodge City their headquarters, and it was likewise on the Santa Fe Trail. Today it is a thriving little city with a population of 3,000. The altitude is 2,493 feet.


Arkansas river Bridge
Title:
Arkansas river Bridge
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused



Front Street
Title:
Front Street
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1911 Apr-6


Motel - Shangri/La
Title:
Motel - Shangri/La
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Highway 508 Within (West) City Limits P.O. Box 1228 - Phone: HU. 3-7551 Guest Advertised, as "Among America's Finest." 24 air-conditioned Unites, with heated Garages. Rooms carpeted, Panelray Heated, Tiled combination Shower and tub Baths; Simmons Beautyrests. Built to serve the Traveling Public (no permanents). Paid Reservations held arrival of guest; unpaid user after 6 P. M. (CST), as needed



Front Street
Title:
Front Street
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the street of pioneer frontier western characters. Here cowboys of the cattle drivers had their fun. Brawls and gunfights were daily occurances


Santa Fe Sun Dials
Title:
Santa Fe Sun Dials
Dodge City Kansas (KS), White Border unused

Description:
In order to keep the clocks in harmony with the rising of the sun, at certain designated places in the United States, the traveler on the Westward journey turns the clock back one hour, on the Eastward journey at the same stations the clock is advanced an hour. At Dodge City the time changes from Central Time to Mountain Time or vice versa and in recognition the Santa Fe has built two Sun Dials on the Station platform at Dodge City graphically illustrating the difference between the two times. These Sun Dials are visible from the car window. At Seligman, Arizona, the time changes from Mountain Time to Pacific Time



Santa Fe Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Depot
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Real Photo PM 1953 Feb-12


Weather Bureau
Title:
Weather Bureau
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1913 Nov-21



Boot Hill
Title:
Boot Hill
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
Boot Hill, formerly a Potter's field for the friendless and unfortunate, is at the edge of the little frontier town. The 43 persons buried there have since been removed. First a cemetery then a school site, it is now crowned with the Municipal Building and a monument to the cowboy.


First Baptist Church, 1310 Second Avenue
Title:
First Baptist Church, 1310 Second Avenue
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused



The First Missionary Church, 1310 Avenue C
Title:
The First Missionary Church, 1310 Avenue C
Dodge City Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
A Cordial Welcome Awaits You At First Missionary Church Services: Sunday - 9:45; 11:00; 6:30; 7:30 Wednesday - 7:30




Total: 73 Items