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Link to Image Titled: Interior of Pratt/Campbell Residence
Title/Object Name: Interior of Pratt/Campbell Residence
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 5 x 7 inches
Description: Corner of a parlor in the Pratt/Campbell residence, located at 1313 North Emporia. It was built in 1887, by W. O. Sternberg for George L. Pratt, owner of Pratt Lumber Company. In 1899, M. C. Campbell purchased the home. Campbell was a developer of the Kansas livestock industry.
Keywords: Residences, furniture, drapery.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photograph
Collection Name: Wichita Public Library Photograph Collection
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wpl_wpl193


Link to Image Titled: Interior of Pratt/Campbell Residence
Title/Object Name: Interior of Pratt/Campbell Residence
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 5 x 7 inches
Description: Parlor in the Pratt/Campbell residence, located at 1313 North Emporia. It was built in 1887, by W. O. Sternberg for George L. Pratt, owner of Pratt Lumber Company. In 1899, M. C. Campbell purchased the home. Campbell was a developer of the Kansas livestock industry.
Keywords: Residences, furniture, drapery.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photograph
Collection Name: Wichita Public Library Photograph Collection
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wpl_wpl194


Link to Image Titled: Interior of Pratt/Campbell Residence
Title/Object Name: Interior of Pratt/Campbell Residence
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 5 x 7 inches
Description: Staircase and parlor in the Pratt/Campbell residence, located at 1313 North Emporia. It was built in 1887, by W. O. Sternberg for George L. Pratt, owner of Pratt Lumber Company. In 1899, M. C. Campbell purchased the home. Campbell was a developer of the Kansas livestock industry.
Keywords: Residences, furniture.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photograph
Collection Name: Wichita Public Library Photograph Collection
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wpl_wpl195


Link to Image Titled: Interior of Pratt/Campbell Residence
Title/Object Name: Interior of Pratt/Campbell Residence
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 5 x 7 inches
Description: Staircase in the Pratt/Campbell residence, located at 1313 North Emporia. It was built in 1887, by W. O. Sternberg for George L. Pratt, owner of Pratt Lumber Company. In 1899, M. C. Campbell purchased the home. Campbell was a developer of the Kansas livestock industry.
Keywords: Residences, furniture, drapery.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photograph
Collection Name: Wichita Public Library Photograph Collection
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wpl_wpl196


Link to Image Titled: Home of J. H. Aley
Title/Object Name: Home of J. H. Aley
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 3.5 x 2.75 inches
Description: View of J. H. Aley home at 1505 Fairview. Three-story Queen Anne style house. Street is not paved; note street car tracks.
Keywords: People, architecture, landscape, Wichita.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photographic Contact Print
Collection Name:
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wschm_1505.Fairview-1


Link to Image Titled: Home of Burton H. Campbell
Title/Object Name: Home of Burton H. Campbell
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 2.75 x 2.25 inches
Description: Interior of Campbell home at Eleventh and Beal (now North River Boulevard). View in reception room (2) looking from fireplace toward staircase. Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell hang on the walls.
Keywords: Residences, homes, houses, Victorian, furniture, domestic scenes, Riverside, Wichita.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photographic Contact Print
Collection Name:
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wschm_1155.N.RiverBlvd-14


Link to Image Titled: Home of Burton H. Campbell
Title/Object Name: Home of Burton H. Campbell
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 2.75 x 2.25 inches
Description: Home built in 1889 by B. H. Campbell. According to 1896 city directory, original address was “corner of Eleventh and Beal” (now North River Boulevard). Looking west across Little Arkansas River. The home has been known as “Campbell Castle” and “Crumm Castle.” The building is listed on National Register of Historic Places.
Keywords: Residences, houses, architecture, Riverside, Richardsonian Romanesque, parks, Wichita.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photographic Contact Print
Collection Name:
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wschm_1155.N.RiverBlvd-2


Link to Image Titled: Social Outing
Title/Object Name: Social Outing
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 4.25 x 2.75 inches
Description: Group of men and women gathered on a lawn or park setting (three are identified, on file).
Keywords: People, organizations, clubs, and groups, fashion, Wichita.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photographic Contact Print
Collection Name:
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wschm_H6-24.1.1


Link to Image Titled: Home of Burton H. Campbell
Title/Object Name: Home of Burton H. Campbell
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 2.75 x 2.25 inches
Description: Interior of Campbell home at Eleventh and Beal (now North River Boulevard). View into reception room (1) and parlor beyond.
Keywords: Residences, Riverside, houses, homes, Victorian, furniture, domestic scenes, Wichita.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photographic Contact Print
Collection Name:
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wschm_1155.N.RiverBlvd-13


Link to Image Titled: Home of Robert  E. Lawrence
Title/Object Name: Home of Robert E. Lawrence
Creator: Unknown photographer
Date Original: Circa 1890
Physical Details: 2.75 x 1.75 inches
Description: Residence identified as the second home of Robert Lawrence at 415 South Seneca Street. Example of Victorian Romanesque architecture. The structure and grounds were purchased in 1896 by the Grand Chapter Order of Eastern Star and Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M for use as the Kansas Masonic Home for aging members and orphans. The building was destroyed by fire in 1916 and replaced by the current compound on the same location at the intersection of Maple and Seneca Streets.
Keywords: People; organizations, clubs and groups; Wichita.
Subject: Wichita (Kan.) -- Pictorial works
Type: Photographic Contact Print
Collection Name:
Date Digital: 2003
Identifier: wschm_415.S.Seneca-3


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