Ira Clemens


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COLUMBUS, KANSAS, is the County seat of Cherokee County, located in what is generally considered a farming community, quite a small percent of its inhabitants are employed in the Jack and Lead mines, about ten miles south and in the coal mines in the north end. Columbus has a population of 3155; three banks with a total deposit of $1,800,000., five schools, eight churches, and one theatre. Columbus also has electric lights, natural gas, artesian water, and paved streets.

Digital Collection

Ira Clemens Photograph Album, 1923

Collection Number

SpC MS 0016


Kansas -- Cherokee County -- Columbus


Special Collections, Leonard H. Axe Library, Pittsburg State University

Publisher Digital

Pittsburg State University, Kansas, Axe Library, Special Collections


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1 volume of 56 pages