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Image for [Knute Kenneth Rockne] Five Photographs of Airplane Crash Site

[Knute Kenneth Rockne] Five Photographs of Airplane Crash Site

By: N/A

Price: $400.00

Publisher: 1931

Seller ID: 035306


Knute Kenneth Rockne (1888-1931) is arguably the most renowned coach in all of football who led Notre Dame's Fighting Irish to become a major force in 20th century college football. While in route to participate in the production of the film "The Spirit of Notre Dame," he was killed in an airplane accident on March 31st, of 1931 when one of the wings of the Fokker Trimotor broke up in flight. The plane went down in a wheat field near Bazaar in Chase County, Kansas (just ... View more info

Image for [Map] Stippsvill, Messer, Hallowell and Lola, and Weir City of Cherokee County, Kansas and Wonsivu, Cedar Point, Crawfordsville, Toledo, Elmdale, and Matfield Green of Chase Co. [backed with]  Cottonwood Falls, Strong City, and Safford of Chase Co.

[Map] Stippsvill, Messer, Hallowell and Lola, and Weir City of Cherokee County, Kansas and Wonsivu, Cedar Point, Crawfordsville, Toledo, Elmdale, and Matfield Green of Chase Co. [backed with] Cottonwood Falls, Strong City, and Safford of Chase Co.

By: N/A

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, L. H. Everts: 1887

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 035864


Original hand colored lithograph printed on both sides of the leaf and measuring approx. 14 ½ x 17 ½ inches. Light foxing, and light age toning on edges. Dis-bound edge remains un-trimmed. This map is salvaged from a damaged and incomplete copy of "The Official Atlas of Kansas" published in 1887. We generally have other copies of this map in various states of condition available, and occasionally a complete copy of the atlas. Will be shipped flat and protected with... View more info

Image for [Map] Chase County, Kansas [backed with] Brown Co.

[Map] Chase County, Kansas [backed with] Brown Co.

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, L. H. Everts: 1887

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 035865


Original hand colored lithograph printed on both sides of the leaf and measuring approx. 14 ½ x 17 ½ inches. Light smudges and age toning on edges. Dis-bound edge remains un-trimmed. This map is salvaged from a damaged and incomplete copy of "The Official Atlas of Kansas" published in 1887. We generally have other copies of this map in various states of condition available, and occasionally a complete copy of the atlas. Will be shipped flat and protected with corrug... View more info