Moreland Hotel
Title:
Moreland Hotel
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Linen unused


First Christian Church
Title:
First Christian Church
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Real Photo unused



Lake Hiawatha
Title:
Lake Hiawatha
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Linen unused


The City Beautiful
Title:
The City Beautiful
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Population 4200. County seat of Brown County.



Brown County Court House
Title:
Brown County Court House
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Real Photo


Brown Count Court House and Downtown Hiawatha
Title:
Brown Count Court House and Downtown Hiawatha
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Chrome unused



High School
Title:
High School
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Chrome unused


Miami Street, Looking East
Title:
Miami Street, Looking East
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM Aug-7



Hotel Redmon
Title:
Hotel Redmon
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Linen unused


Largest City and Seat of Brown County
Title:
Largest City and Seat of Brown County
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Monique Top: Brown County Court House Bottom: View of downtown Hiawatha. Hiawatha is named after a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow called The Song of Hiawatha. Hiawatha is nicknamed the "City of Beautiful Maples" because of its countless trees that produce delightful colors in the fall season. The city also has the oldest Halloween parade in the nation, starting in 1914



Views of Hiawatha
Title:
Views of Hiawatha
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Ridgeway Photography Founded in 1857, was named after Longfellow's poem, Song of Hiawatha. The Town Clock, located in downtown Hiawatha, is the only such clock between Indianapolis and Denver on US Highway 36. The Courthouse, built in 1925, was dedicated on November 11, 1926. The V in Courthouse was used as it was easier to carve, and because the Stone Mason's alphabet did not contain the letter "U" at the time of construction


Brick Church
Title:
Brick Church
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM Jan-25



Greetings From Hiawatha, Oregon Street
Title:
Greetings From Hiawatha, Oregon Street
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Chrome PM 1968 Dec-28

Description:
Looking West on Oregon Street


Sunflower Motel, Junction U. S. Highways 36 and 73
Title:
Sunflower Motel, Junction U. S. Highways 36 and 73
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
31 Brick Units. Air-Conditioned - Automatic Heat - Free T.V. Playground - Restaurant Opposite



Sunflower Motel, U. S. Hiways 36 And 73
Title:
Sunflower Motel, U. S. Hiways 36 And 73
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
31 Brick units - air-conditioned - automatic heat - restaurant opposite


Brown County Court House
Title:
Brown County Court House
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
The City Beautiful



Davis Memorial
Title:
Davis Memorial
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Linen unused


Court House
Title:
Court House
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Divided Back



Brown County Court House
Title:
Brown County Court House
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Linen


Davis Memorial
Title:
Davis Memorial
Hiawatha Kansas (KS), Linen unused

Description:
The Davis Memorial In Mt. Hope Cemetery, erected by John M. Davis in memory of his wife, Saraah, has become one of the best known tombs in the U.S.





Total: 20 Items