For now, Aggieville Archives is made up of the initial web page, www.aggievillearchives.com , the facebook page, and the blog.
The thought occurred to me that I know many people that would enjoy seeing more of Aggieville history, but do not have access to the facebook part of Aggieville Archives. Just so you know, there are over 3,000 photos posted on the Aggieville Archives facebook page, along with short notes from me and comments from people around the country that spent some time in Aggieville. They can all be accessed free of charge – but you need to sign up for facebook. Continue reading →
Karen Cron has a set of pictures that belonged to her husband’s grandparents. The pictures are of K-State students from the Class of 1907 and 1908. She would like to offer these original photographs to any relatives of these students. … Continue reading →
Kirk Hoke is a life-long resident of Manhattan and amateur artist. He allowed me to post these paintings he did of Aggieville businesses. If you are interested in obtaining copies of the paintings, please contact him at email@example.com – thanks, … Continue reading →