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K-State Sesquicentennial Keepsakes
While the topics are selected at random, all are chosen with the hopes that readers will learn more about K-State’s impressive history and traditions and, along the way, find the content interesting and entertaining! Some K-State Keepsakes are chosen for their timeliness, such as our profile of the founding of K-State on Founders' Day or our celebration of the Kansas Sesquicentennial on its 150th birthday.
All of the information, including the photographs (with a few exceptions), was taken from sources in the Richard L. D. and Marjorie J. Morse Department of Special Collections.
K-State Keepsakes features a series of posts that appeared on K-State Libraries’ “Talking in the Library” blog between 2006 and 2013. The posts describe events and relate stories touching on various aspects of university history and feature documents and images held in university archives collections.
Download the full text pdf documents for each K-State Keepsakes entry at New Prairie Press.