Votes

Back to photo galleries

'The Way We Worked' in Baldwin City

A traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibit called “The Way We Worked” opens March 23, 2013, at Baldwin’s Lumberyard Arts Center, featuring photographs from the National Archives, audio and video clips and hands-on components. A companion exhibit specific to Baldwin includes historical photos of Baldwin residents at work.

photo thumbnail

Irvin Greer working at Hey Machinery Co., which manufactured airplane and other tires. A fourth-generation ...

photo thumbnail

Earl Davault working in the Baldwin Lumberyard, circa 1940s.

photo thumbnail

Surveying students at Baker University.

photo thumbnail

The bookkeeping room at Baldwin State Bank, circa 1925.

photo thumbnail

Moving students into Baker University.

photo thumbnail

A child in front of Baldwin's Delmonico College Cafe, unknown address.

photo thumbnail

Tom Holland (Kansas state senator, 3rd District), at left, Chainy Folsom and Stephanie Thomas work ...

photo thumbnail

A campus cleanup effort at Baker University, dated March 22, 1928.

photo thumbnail

A campus cleanup effort at Baldwin University in more recent years.

photo thumbnail

Lumberyard Arts Center gallery coordinator Sandy Cardens looks into a model of Fischer's Fancy Grocers, ...

photo thumbnail

Tiny patrons relax inside a model of Fischer's Fancy Grocers, later Ford's IGA, which opened ...

photo thumbnail

Aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) deck crew guides a fighter jet, by Mass ...

photo thumbnail

Firefighters amidst the rubble of the World Trade Center, New York City, by Andrea Booher, ...

photo thumbnail

Young women delivering ice, 1918.

photo thumbnail

Submarine builder at Electric Boat Company, Groton, Connecticut, by Fenno Jacobs, August 1943.

photo thumbnail

Mexican farm worker in lettuce field, Blythe, California, by Charles O’Rear, May 1972.

photo thumbnail

Pesticides inspector draws a sample of a toxic liquid, Greenville, Mississippi, by John Messina, March ...

photo thumbnail

Switchboard operators direct overseas calls, December 1943.

photo thumbnail

Workman on the framework of the Empire State Building, New York City, ca. 1930-31.

photo thumbnail

Young loom workers at Bibb Mill No. 1 in Macon, Georgia, by Lewis W. Hine, ...

Comments

Lawrence Morgan 4 years, 6 months ago

Very impressive! I hope a lot of people go to Baldwin City to see this exhibit!

And thanks to the Journal-World for providing such an extensive selection of pictures.

Commenting has been disabled for this item.