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Shawnee County Historical Society
Cox Communications Heritage Education Center
The Historic John & Mary Jane Ritchie House and the Bleeding Kansas era
1116-1118 SE Madison Avenue
P.O. Box 2201
Topeka, KS 66601
Emergency Phone: 785-224-4156
Historic Ritchie House Tours are available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9 am to 1 pm Other times of the week, Call 785 234 6097
Admission Fee for Ritchie House
$.50 Students, $2.00 Adults.
February 5th 3pm
Washburn Professor Eric McHenry will talk about the poet, playwright and author Langston Hughes who used to live in Topeka by Zoom at 3pm. If you want a link to the program, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
February 12th 3pm Super Bowl
February 19th 3pm by Zoom
Cheryl Brown Henderson on her perspective of Brown V Board
February 26th 3pm
Dave Fisher on Abolitionist Rev. Fisher
March 5th 3pm
Curtis Pitts on the past, present and future of Topeka Technical Institute
All programs are free to Historical Society members however non members will be asked to donate $5 to attend.
Are you interested in Lithographs of Old Areas of Shawnee county? We have five of them for sale for $15 a piece plus shipping and handling.
Click here to see the view of Tecumseh in 1869
Click here to see old Topeka Buildings
Click here to see Topeka in 1869
Click here to see Topeka in 1880
Click here to see a Map of the Great Plains
If you are interested call 785 234 6097 or send us an email at email@example.com
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