VOICES, THE KANSAS COLLECTION ONLINE MAGAZINE
Staff and Contributors
Editor: Susan C. Stafford
Director: Dick Taylor
Staff Writer: Susan Chaffin
Note: Judith B. Glad scanned and restored the
photograph of Josiah C. Redfield for Ray Downing's
story, "J. C. Returns Home." This was a tedious and
painstaking process; the remarkable results
can be viewed at Ray's story.
Works Referenced: Contributors and Volunteers
"Brownie, a Hobo" by Jim Sumner; contributed by Jim Sumner, and produced by Susan Stafford
"Living with Dust" by Lynn Nelson; contributed by Lynn Nelson, and produced by Susan Stafford
Progress in Kansas magazine: Selections from the May 1935 Issue; contributed by Jean Pritchard, and produced by Susan Stafford
"J. C. Returns Home" by Ray Downing; contributed by Ray Downing, and produced by Susan Stafford
"The Sirens Began to Wail . . ." by Jim Banister; contributed by Jim Banister, and produced by Susan Stafford
"A Pretty Church Wedding"; contributed by John Maier, and produced by John Maier and Susan Stafford
Postcards of the Dust Bowl; contributed by Paul Dale, and produced by George Nelson and Susan Stafford
Mystery Photo; contributed by Julie Schossow, and produced by Susan Stafford
History of the State of Kansas, by William G. Cutler: contributed by Bonnie Bunce and produced by Bonnie Bunce, John Matthews, Dick Taylor, and a corps of dedicated and skilled volunteers (we regret that we do not have space here to list them all individually; for a partial list, please visit the EKIS main site)
Memorial Book of E. C. D. Lines; contributed by Matt Balocca, and produced by Susan Stafford
Went to Kansas by Miriam Colt; edited by Kathleen Roper and produced by Susan Stafford
If you would like to contribute:
If you would like to contribute an original article for publication in Voices, please forward submissions by electronic mail (in ASCII text) to the Voices editor for consideration. Graphics may also be sent by email attachment (please send each graphic in a separate email message). Articles should focus on Kansas history and highlight selections in the Kansas Collection. If accepted, articles are subject to further editing as needed for inclusion in the magazine.
If you wish to contribute materials for inclusion in the Kansas Collection, please go to the Early Kansas Imprint Scanners Workshop site for additional information.
Thank you for your interest!