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February, 1932 (Vol. 1, No. 2), pages 81 to 82
Transcribed by lhn; HTML editing by Name withheld upon request
digitized with permission of the Kansas State Historical Society.

PRINTED BY KANSAS STATE PRINTING PLANT
B. P. WALKER, STATE PRINTER
TOPEKA 1932
14-2345

ESTHER CLARK HILL is known to all Kansans as a writer and poet, author of The Call of Kansas and other poems. She is now a member of the staff of the Kansas Historical Society.

NYLE H. MILLER, who has charge of the newspaper section of the Kansas State Historical Society, is a graduate of the College of William and Mary.

MARVIN H. GARFIELD is instructor of history in Roosevelt Intermediate School, Wichita, Kansas.

GEORGE A. ROOT, curator of archives, Kansas State Historical Society, has been an employee of the Society since March, 1891. His father, Frank A. Root, was an express messenger on the Holladay Overland Stage Line, a pioneer Kansas editor, and co-author of The Overland Stage to California.

JAMES C. MALIN, associate editor of the Kansas Historical Quarterly, is associate professor of History at the University of Kansas. He is author of United States After the World War, and other books.

KIRKE MECHEM is editor of the Kansas Historical Quarterly and secretary of the Kansas State Historical Society.

HELEN M. MCFARLAND is librarian of the Kansas State Historical Society.

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