Elks' Home
Title:
Elks' Home
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused


Coffeyville College
Title:
Coffeyville College
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused



Baptist Church
Title:
Baptist Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1917 Aug-3


First M.E. Church
Title:
First M.E. Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused



Baptist Church
Title:
Baptist Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused


Carnegie Public Library, Cor. 8th & Beech Sts.
Title:
Carnegie Public Library, Cor. 8th & Beech Sts.
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1912 Jan-20



A Scene in the National Oil Refinery
Title:
A Scene in the National Oil Refinery
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused


Greetings from Coffeyville
Title:
Greetings from Coffeyville
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Linen unused



S. H. Kress & Company
Title:
S. H. Kress & Company
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
5-10 and 25 Cent Store - "Most Modern Store in Coffeyville"


Hotel Dale, Town's Newest and Only Fireproof Hotel
Title:
Hotel Dale, Town's Newest and Only Fireproof Hotel
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Linen PM 1946 Feb-4



First Federal Savings & Loan Association
Title:
First Federal Savings & Loan Association
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome PM 1969 Feb-26

Description:
Organized May 1937. This structure erected April 1961. Coffeyville is the trading and industrial center of southeast Kansas and part of the four state area. This city is former home of Walter Johnson, the Big Train, baseball immortal - home of Dalton Defenders Museum. D.A. Willbern, President and Founder.


W.P. Brown's Mansion
Title:
W.P. Brown's Mansion
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-25



Fire Dept. No.1
Title:
Fire Dept. No.1
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused


First M. E. Church
Title:
First M. E. Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-12

Description:
American News Company



Business View along Eighth Street
Title:
Business View along Eighth Street
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border PM 1935 Oct-28


Elks Club
Title:
Elks Club
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused



Pump Station
Title:
Pump Station
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1909 Mar-22


Residence of ER Hawthorne
Title:
Residence of ER Hawthorne
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-18



Rea-Patterson Mills
Title:
Rea-Patterson Mills
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1909 May-23


Union Street Looking North
Title:
Union Street Looking North
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1910



West 8th Street Looking East
Title:
West 8th Street Looking East
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Linen unused


Ozark Zinc Oxide Smelter
Title:
Ozark Zinc Oxide Smelter
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back



The Dalton Grave
Title:
The Dalton Grave
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Dalton, Grat Dalton, Bill Power Three of the bandits killed in the Dalton Raid of Oct. 5, 1892, lie in Elmwood Cemetery, Coffeyville, Kansas. The body of the fourth, Dick Broadwell, was taken by relatives to Hutchinson, Kansas for burial. this headstone was erected in the early 1930s by Emmett Dalton, lone bandit survivor of the Raid. Prior to that, the graves were marked only by the bent pipe in the upper left-hand corner. It was the hitching rack used by the bandits. The stonecutter left the "s" off Powers' name


The Dalton Grave
Title:
The Dalton Grave
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Dalton - Grat Dalton - Bill Power Three of the bandits killed in the Dalton Raid of Oct. 5, 1892 lie in Elmwood Cemetery, Coffeyville, Kansas. The body of the fourth, Dick Broadwell, was taken by relatives to Hutchinson, Kansas for burial. This headstone was erected in the 1930s by Emmett Dalton, lone bandit survivor of the Raid. Prior to that, the graves were marked only by the bent pipe in the upper left-hand corner. It was the hitching rack used by the bandits. The stonecutter left the "s" off Pwers' name



Roosevelt Junior High School and Field Kindley Memorial High School
Title:
Roosevelt Junior High School and Field Kindley Memorial High School
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused


Baptist Church
Title:
Baptist Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border PM 1917 Dec-10



Fountain Plaza in the Heart of Babson's Famous Magic Circle
Title:
Fountain Plaza in the Heart of Babson's Famous Magic Circle
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Ray The heart of Babson's famous "Magic Circle" to serve the great southwest. Coffeyville lies 3 miles north of the Oklahoma state line and 60 miles west of the Missouri line Dexter Press


Elks Club
Title:
Elks Club
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused



Elk's Club
Title:
Elk's Club
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused


M.E. Church
Title:
M.E. Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused



Hotel Dale
Title:
Hotel Dale
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused


The Dalton Defenders Museum
Title:
The Dalton Defenders Museum
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Dedicated to the four Coffeyville citizens, C. T. Connelly, L. M. Baldwin, George B. Cubine, and Charles Brown, who lost their lives during the Dalton Raid on October 5, 1892



The Condon Bank Building
Title:
The Condon Bank Building
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the two banks raided by the Dalton Gang on Oct. 5, 1892. Now retored, it is open to public viewing


Eighth Street, Looking West
Title:
Eighth Street, Looking West
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Ray An attractive and favorite trading place for 200,000 people dwelling within a fifty mile radius Dexter Press, Inc



Fountain Plaza
Title:
Fountain Plaza
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
The heart of Babson's famous "Magic Circle" to serve the great Southwest, Coffeyville lies 3 miles north of the Oklahoma state line and 60 miles west of the Missouri line Dexter Press


Looking West on Eighth Street
Title:
Looking West on Eighth Street
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
An attractive and favorite trading place for 200,000 people dwelling within a fifty mile radius



Wendell Willkie's Home
Title:
Wendell Willkie's Home
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Wendell Willkie came to Coffeyvile, Kansas, High School as an instructor from Indiana University in 1914. He was then known as Louis W. Willkie. He remained in Coffeyville a year and came back in 1940 as the Republican presidential nominee. There is a Wendall Willkie exhibit in the Dalton Defenders Museum in Coffeyville, and a Coffeyville street, near where he made one of his principal campaign speeches in 1940, is named for him


Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
402 West 8th St. Established in 1884



Fountain Plaza, Coffeyville, Kansas
Title:
Fountain Plaza, Coffeyville, Kansas
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
The heart of Babson's famous "Magic Circle" to serve the great southwest. Coffeyville lies 3 miles north of the Oklahoma state line and 60 miles west of the Missouri line. Photo by Ray


Looking west on Eighth Street
Title:
Looking west on Eighth Street
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Coffeyville is an attractive and favorite trading place for 200,000 people dwelling within a fifty mile radius



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


Methodist Episcopal Church
Title:
Methodist Episcopal Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused



Coffeyville Memorial Hospital
Title:
Coffeyville Memorial Hospital
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Dorothy K. Daniel A city hospital built in 1949, expanded in 1956 operated by a board of trustees and edicated to the memory of veterans of "All Wars"


A Corner of National Refinery
Title:
A Corner of National Refinery
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused



U. S. Post Office
Title:
U. S. Post Office
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused


Coffeyville College
Title:
Coffeyville College
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused



First Federal Savings and Loan Association
Title:
First Federal Savings and Loan Association
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome PM 1969 Apr-30

Description:
First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Coffeyville, Kansas, organized May, 1937. This structure erected April, 1961. Coffeyville is a trading center for part of a four state area. This city, former home of Walter Johson, "The Big Train", baseball immortal - Home of Dalton Defenders Museum. D.A. Willbern, president and founder


Plaza Block
Title:
Plaza Block
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A-32372



Soldiers And Sailors Monument
Title:
Soldiers And Sailors Monument
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1913 Jul-08

Description:
Series 880


Greetings From Coffeyville
Title:
Greetings From Coffeyville
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Looking west n Eighth Street. Coffeyville is an attractive and favorite trading place for 200,000 people dwelling within a fifty mile radius.



Roosevelt Junior High School And Field Kindley Memorial High School
Title:
Roosevelt Junior High School And Field Kindley Memorial High School
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome unused


First Federal Savings And Loan Association
Title:
First Federal Savings And Loan Association
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Chrome PM 1969 Apr-18

Description:
First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Coffeyville, Kansas organized May, 1937. This structure erected April 1961. Coffeyville is a trading center for part of a four state area. This city former home of Walter Johnson, “This Big Train”, baseball immortal – Home of Dalton Defenders Museum.



Shooting Oil Well
Title:
Shooting Oil Well
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1911 Sep-07


M. E. Church
Title:
M. E. Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused



Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused


M. E. Church
Title:
M. E. Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Linen



M. E. Church
Title:
M. E. Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), White Border unused


Soldiers' and Sailors' Mounment
Title:
Soldiers' and Sailors' Mounment
Coffeyville Kansas (KS) unused



Masonic Building
Title:
Masonic Building
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1910 Nov-19


Baseball Fans At Forest Park
Title:
Baseball Fans At Forest Park
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-04



Baptist Church
Title:
Baptist Church
Coffeyville Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1909




Total: 61 Items