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Partial listing of businesses in the Aggieville area from the 1900 Manhattan City Directory
Copley, J.T., preacher, 10th & Moro
Hillyer, George B., cattleman, 10th & Moro
Moore, Henry, florist, corner of Manhattan & Laramie
Newton, Rev. B.F., minister, Bluemont between 10th & Manhattan
Willard, J.T. professor of chemistry KSAC, Moro between 10th & Manhattan
The pictures below are taken from a class book from the Kansas State Agricultural College Class of 1903, courtesy of Mary Gorman. The student photos are amazingly clear, and the ties and blouses are very cool. Hard to believe these students started college in 1899!
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This 1955 history of Manhattan’s first 100 years, re-released with the permission of author Carolyn Jones Sayler, traces the development of this northeast Kansas town. The early pioneers were a mixed group of farmers, ranchers, judges, educators, ministers, and businesspeople. … Continue reading