Newspaper Image 11 of The Topeka state journal (Topeka, Kan.), April 12, 1919, (HOME EDITION)

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The Topeka state journal (Topeka, Kan.), April 12, 1919, (HOME EDITION)
Other Title
Topeka Sunday capital-journal
Topeka Saturday capital-journal
Contributor Names
Kansas State Historical Society
Place of Publication
Topeka, Kan.
Dates of Publication
Created / Published
Topeka, Kan., April 12, 1919
Subject Headings
-  Topeka (Kan.)--Newspapers
-  Shawnee County (Kan.)--Newspapers
-  Kansas--Shawnee County
-  Kansas--Topeka
-  United States--Kansas--Shawnee--Topeka
-  Daily, Dec. 5, 1935-1980
-  Vol. 20, no. 218 (Sept. 10, 1892)-v. 103, no. 171 (Aug. 21, 1980).
-  Published on Sunday with: Topeka daily capital, as: Topeka Sunday capital-journal, Sept. 7, 1958-Sept. 1, 1980; published on Saturday with: Topeka daily capital, as: Topeka Saturday capital-journal, May 7, 1977-Sept. 1, 1980.
-  Fiftieth anniversary edition published, Oct. 30, 1935.
-  Also on microfilm: Micro Photo Division, Bell & Howell Co.
-  Archived issues are available in digital format from the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
-  Weekly edition: Topeka State journal (Topeka, Kan. : Weekly), Sept. 15, 1892-.
-  Merged with: The Topeka daily capital, to form: Topeka capital-journal (Topeka, Kan. : Morning ed.), and: Topeka capital-journal (Topeka, Kan. : Evening ed.).
-  Topeka daily capital 2640-8368 (DLC)sn 82015487 (OCoLC)8817493
-  Topeka capital-journal (Topeka, Kan. : Morning ed.) 1067-1994 (DLC)sn 82014720 (OCoLC)8787195
-  Topeka capital-journal (Topeka, Kan. : Evening ed.) (DLC)sn 85067244 (OCoLC)12833181
16 pages
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Library of Congress Control Number
Online Format
online text
Reel Numbers
Topeka, Kan.
Original Format
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The Topeka state journal. (Topeka, KS), Apr. 12 1919.

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(1919, April 12) The Topeka state journal. Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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The Topeka state journal. (Topeka, KS) 12 Apr. 1919, p. 11. Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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