Winter 1989 KANSAS
Wichita's North High School and Minisa Bridge have long been architectural landmarks.
SEDAN'S COURTHOUSE FLOWERS
Donna Casement carefully tends the flower beds on the Chautauqua County Courthouse lawn.
WHIMMYDIDDLE ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR
Scott Citians can't wait for this annual crafts extravaganza featuring only handmade items.
THE OXFORD MILL
Ground wheat and corn products are created the old-fashioned way... using bucket elevators and a gravity system.
Marysville's Landoll Corporation continually strives to produce a high quality, well-engineered product at a competitive price.
DALTON DEFENDERS' DAYS
Coffeyville citizens gather annually to honor the four citizens who tried to defend their community against the infamous Dalton Gang.
In Topeka and Lawrence, an auction of beautifully decorated Christmas trees raises funds for community causes.
THE COTTON CLUB
Manhattan's historic Wareham Hotel houses a popular eating establishment.
Skills from yesteryear are demonstrated at this September event on the lawn of the McPherson Museum.
As the days begin to shorten, the skies over Kansas fill with birds traveling to winter homes.
Antique machinery buffs from all around flock to Stockton in late September for the Solomon Valley Antique Engine and Machinery Show.
Jane Kroger, Matfield Green rancher, offers a chance for urban women to experience life on a Flint Hills ranch.
Faith Newman, Holton, creates nostalgic dried flower arrangements, wreathes and potpourri.
DODGE CITY DESIGNER
You can find Sondra Cutcliffe's unique designs in shops all over the world.
Southern Pecan Chicken
Mexican Layer Dip
Lemon Ribbon Torte
Volume 44, issue 4
Andrea Glenn, editor