Courthouses of Shawnee County 1855 - 1965 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 42

By: Charbro, Eileen (Ed)

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Multiple copies available. Most copies show only light wear. Most copies are reprints (please contact us if you are seeking a first edition) The copy you receive will be the best we have remaining, we will contact you prior to shipping a copy in less than Very Good condition, with marking, damage, etc. ; Dedicatory Speech for Quincy Street Courthouse, Saturday, May 1, 1965 - An All-Purpose Building: The First Courthouse, Tecumseh - Smallpox, Grasshoppers and Demon Rum - The Good Guys of Shawnee County - The Unforgettable Elisha Scott - Jury Duty - The Night Judge Lynch Held Court - Marshal of the Court of Topeka - John M. Wright: Sixty Years on the Job with One Employer - The Reporters - Humanity Comes to Court - Chronology of Events - Jonathan M. Davis Bribery Trials - Lady Lawyers Share the Scene - Register of Deeds - Shawnee County Surveyors - Clerk of the District Court - Earliest Shawnee County Marriages - A True Daughter of the West: M'Edna Corbet -The Curious History of the Office of County Assessor - Courthouse Bonds - History of the Shawnee County Welfare Department - Viola Stuart Hunt and the Shawnee County Humane Society, Inc. - Roster of the Shawnee County Officials - Naturalization in Shawnee County; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 98 pages

Title: Courthouses of Shawnee County 1855 - 1965 Shawnee County Historical Society Bulletin No. 42

Author Name: Charbro, Eileen (Ed)

Categories: Topeka,

Publisher: Topeka, The Shawnee County Historical Society: 1965

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 3095