Remembering the Past Living the Present Looking to the Future
Read the true story of Bullet Hole Ellis Abraham (Bullet Hole) Ellis
Carson, Masonic Lodge Carson Lodge #132 and William Carson
Much of Elk City was founded by Civil War Veterans, list of Civil War Veterans buried in Oak Hill Cemetery
The Elk City Globe Newspaper listed Civil War soldiers who lived in Elk City area in the year 1883.
A Civil War Soldiers a partial list was listed in the Elk City Globe Newspaper in 1885.
History of Coterie Club of Elk City
Classes of the Past Elk City High School Graduating Classes starting in 1889 names of students and graduation pictures where available.
Elk City Businesses in 1871 Businesses listed in the South East Kansas Tribune March 29, 1871
Elk City Businesses in 1885 Businesses listed in the Elk City Globe dated 8-21-1885
Grade School/High School building Picture of the combination Grade School and High School taken in 1921
New High School Building, picture taken in 1931
History of Montgomery County and Elk City from Cutler's History
Rural One Room Schools An On-going project, information on the one room rural schools around Elk City Area.
Teaching the one room school by Olive McKenzie
Fairview Dist. No. 56
Old One Hundred School Dist. No. 100
Sunnyside School Dist. No.24
West Liberty Rural School Picture of 1911.
Pictures of West Liberty Rural School, we believe late 1920
Remember When Stories of memories of growing up in Elk City.
The Life Journey of Myrtle Elmore Cox
Life in a Small Kansas Town by Bethel Lawrence Simmons.
Tax Rolls for Louisburg Township, for the year of 1871. Elk City is in Louisburg Township.
Tax Rolls for Louisburg Township, Montgomery County, Kansas Year of 1873.
History of The Elk City Telephone System This history will be updated as items are available
History of Totah Telephone Co.
Elk City's Gold Star Boys from WWII
Taken from the Service Men Book published in Elk City by the VFW and Businesses of Elk City in the late 1940's or 1950's, no publication date is listed. Many of the boys from our area who served our country in WWI and WWII are in this book. Listed on this page are only the Gold Star Bosy who gave up their life for our Country
One Gold Star Boys from WWI is listed
Gold Star Boys who died in WWII and are buried in the Memorial at Oak Hill Cemetery at Elk City, Kansas
WWI Soldiers who are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery and/or are in the Service Record Book published by Elk Citians.
WWII Veterans who are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery and/or in the VFW Veterans Book and/or on the Roll of Honor in Elk city.
Veterans buried in the smaller cemeteries around Elk City
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