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Photograph, Lawrence, Kansas Territory, c. 1856
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: c. 1856
A photographic view of Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas Territory, c. 1856.

Keywords: Business enterprises; Cities and towns; Commerce; Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Lawrence buildings; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; Photographs and Illustrations; Streets


Eldridge Hotel, Floor plans (2 sheets)
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: 
These hand drawn floor plans for the Eldridge Hotel show the room layout and approximate size of the rooms on the first and second floors. The Eldridge Hotel was the site of numerous free state meetings and the target of attacks by proslavery forces.

Keywords: Eldridge House; Free state supporters; Hotels; Lawrence, Kansas Territory


Circular, Lawrence University
Authors: Lawrence University
Date: c. 1859
This circular was written by the Board of Trustees of Lawrence University to inform the people of Kansas of the establishment of a university in Lawrence. Included in the letter are courses of study for various departments, tuition costs, board and lodging costs, scholarship information, faculty, and description of the school. The Board of Trustees also emphasized the fact that Lawrence was a thriving city, and it was "already distinguished in the Territory for its superior educational advantages." For further information about the college, the circular referred readers to William Bishop, corresponding secretary, or to Dr. C. E. Miner, president of the Board of Trustees.

Keywords: Bishop, William; Blood, James; Circulars; Education; Lawrence Republican; Lawrence University; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; School buildings; Universities and colleges


Surveying Equipment
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: 1845-1855
Albert D. Searl used this equipment to survey Kansas Territory town sites in 1854. Lawrence was surveyed on Sept. 25th and Topeka on Dec. 20th. Searl's efforts to set town limits for free-staters in Lawrence were met with violence from pro-slavery forces nearby. Searl would later survey Manhattan, Osawatomie, Burlington, & El Dorado.

Keywords: Border ruffians; Burlington, Kansas Territory; Coffey County, Kansas Territory; Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Free state; Free state cause; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; Manhattan, Kansas Territory; Miami County, Kansas (see also Lykins County, Kansas Territory); Objects; Osawatomie, Kansas Territory; Riley County, Kansas Territory; Searl, Albert D.; Skirmishing; Surveyors; Topeka, Kansas; Topeka, Kansas Territory; Violence


Letter, Robert Gilbert to My dear Parents
Authors: Gilbert, Robert L.
Date: December 5, 1849
Robert Gilbert, a young Englishman studying at Yoxford Academy in England anticipating the Christmas holiday, wrote to his parents summarizing his studies of the past half-year. He was born in Sibton, Suffolk County, England. After graduating from Yoxford, he became a gardener in the Crystal Palace Gardens in London. Gilbert emigrated to the U.S. in 1855 and began farming nine miles north of Lawrence the same year.

Keywords: Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Emigration and immigration; England; Farmers; Gilbert, Robert L.; Immigrants; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; Settlement


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