Transcribed from The Golden Jubilee of German-Russian Settlements of Ellis and Rush Counties, Kansas, August 31, September 1 and 2, 1926

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Calvin Coolidge
Rt. Rev. Francis J. Tief, D. D. Bishop of Concordia
Reverend Fr. Henry Kluepfel, O. M. Cap.Provincial of the Capuchin Fathers
St. Anthony's Hospital, Hays, Kansas
Father Leiker One of the Five Explorers of 1874
Peter Stecklein One of the Five Explorers of 1874
Anton Wasinger One of the Five Explorers of 1874
Map showing section of Russia from which Immigrants came.
First Catholic Church at Ellis, Kan.
First church and belfry, Munjor
Sod house, typical home of early settlers
Group Becker, Wibbert, Mueller, Egger, Sommereisen, Kausler, Savelsberg, Mueller, Maurus
First Church in Herzog (The Lean-To)
Church of the Holy Cross, Pfeifer, Ellis County, Kansas
St. Mary's Church, Ellis, Kansas
St. Fidelis Church at Herzog (Victoria), Kansas
Interior of St. Joseph's Church, Hays, Kansas
Interior of St. Joseph's Church at Liebenthal, Rush County, Kansas
Farms of Dreiling, Legleiter/Herrman, Ruder
Farms of Braun, Roth, Staab
Liebenthal, Rush County, Kansas
Rev. R. Stollenwerk, Pastor
View
Group of Immigrant Survivors
Parsonage
Parochial School Building
St. Joseph's Church
George suppes, Killed in action in France
Deceased
Deceased
Catherine, Ellis County, Kansas
Rev. Fr. Alban Hammel, O. M. Cap., Pastor
View
St. Catherine's Church
Group of Immigrant Survivors
Sisters
Deceased
Herzog (Victoria), Ellis County, Kansas
Rev. Fr. Cassian Hartel O. M. Cap., Pastor
Herzog (now City of Victoria)
Sister Agatha, C. S. A. The first Sister to arrive in Ellis County, August 29, 1879
Group of Immigrant Survivors
Third Chruch
St. Fidelia Church
Sisters
Sisters
Sisters
Deceased
Deceased
Deceased
Deceased
Deceased
Munjor, Kansas
Sister Rosa, C. S. A. teacher
View of Munjor
St. Francis Church
Group of Survivor Immigrants
Sisters
Deceased
Schoenchen, Kansas
St. Anthony's Church
Town
Group of Immigrant Survivors
Deceased
Pfeifer, Ellis County, Kansas
Holy Cross Church
View
Group of Surviving Immigrants
Deceased
Hays, Kansas
Rev. Fr. Thomas Petri, O. M. Cap., Pastor
George Schaefer, pioneer
Andrew Schaefer
St. Joseph's Church and Monestery, St. Joseph's College, St. Anthony's Hospital
Group of Survivors of 1876-77-78
Sisters
Deceased
Ellis, Ellis County, Kansas
Parochial School House
Sisters' Residence
Group of Immigrant Survivors
St. Severia Church, Severia
Parsonage
View of the bluffs on the Saline River
St. Mary's Church
University Degree Men
Gorham, Russell County, Kansas
Rev. Fr. Charles Weber
Group of Immigrant Survivors
Catholilc Church, Parsonage, Sisters' Residence and School
Emmeram, Kansas
Church of the Sacred heart
Group of Survivors and Later Arrivals
Deceased
Sisters
Walker, Kansas
St. Anne's Church
Group of Immigrant Survivors
Rev. Fr. Ulrich Zeller, O. M. Cap., Pastor
Hyacinth, Kansas
St. John's Church
Loretto, Rush County, Kansas
Catholic Church and Parsonage
Group of Survivors
Rev. Fr. Jos. Stutz, Pastor
Sisters
Deceased
Vincent, Kansas
St. Bonifatius Church
Antonino, Kansas
Our Lady of Help Church
Group of Survivors
Reverands
Priests Native Sons of the Settlement
Lay Brothers, etc.
Yocemento, Kansas
Rev. Fr. Jordan Hammel, Pastor
St. Agnes Church
Ness City, Kansas
Rev. Fr. Cyril Zellar, O. M. Cap., Pastor
Sacred heart Church and Parsonage
Cordia, Kansas
Rev. John Steiner, Pastor
Sacred Heart Church and Parsonage
Political
Men of German stock who've held County Offices
Men of German stock who've held County Offices

Transcribed from The Golden Jubilee of German-Russian Settlements of Ellis and Rush Counties, Kansas, August 31, September 1 and 2, 1926


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