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Press Kits

Here you will find press kits for the Kansas Historical Society's sites and programs. These images are available for use by the media. Correct titles for each site are provided below. Please credit the Kansas Historical Society for all photographs. Thank you.

Find Kansas Historical Society and Kansas Historical Foundation news releases online.

Kansas Museum of History - Topeka

Captured: The Extraordinary Adventures of Colonel HughesCaptured: The Extraordinary Adventures of Colonel Hughes
May 28, 2016 - May 28, 2017

Museum After Hours free program series
6:30 p.m. Fridays
June 10, 2016 - June 9, 2017

Captured: The Extraordinary Adventures of Colonel Hughes - Topeka

Kansas Museum of History - Topeka

The Story of Kansas - main gallery

Kansas Museum of History - Special events

West Fest: National Day of the Cowboy

Kansas Historical Society - other sites in Topeka

Kansas State Capitol - Topeka

Historic photos

Architectural renderings

Kansas State Capitol - Interior

Kansas State Capitol - Curry murals

Kansas State Capitol - Exterior

State Archives, Topeka

Kansas State Historic Sites  - across the state

Constitution Hall State Historic Site, Lecompton

Cottonwood Ranch State Historic Site, Studley

First Territorial Capitol State Historic Site, Fort Riley

Fort Hays State Historic Site, Hays

Goodnow House State Historic Site, Manhattan

Grinter Place State Historic Site, Kansas City

Hollenberg Pony Express Station State Historic Site, Hanover

John Brown Museum State Historic Site, Osawatomie

Kaw Mission State Historic Site, Council Grove

Marais des Cygnes Massacre State Historic Site, near Trading Post

Mine Creek Civil War Battlefield State Historic Site, Pleasanton

Pawnee Indian Mission State Historic Site, Republic

Pawnee Rock State Historic Site, Pawnee Rock

Red Rocks State Historic Site, home of the William Allen White family, Emporia

Shawnee Indian Mission State Historic Site, Fairway

Kansas Historical Foundation announcement
December 7, 2015

The Dane G. Hansen Foundation donated $1 million to the Foundation for new entrance exhibits to the Kansas Museum of History.