Bonner Springs

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From the fabled visit of the Spanish explorer Francisco Coronado to the present-day city situated on the banks of the Kansas (Kaw) River, the history of the growth of Bonner Springs is an interesting story. Indians, fur trappers, ferry operators, merchants, and resort promoters have contributed to make Bonner Springs the city that it is today. Images of America: Bonner Springs aims to present some of this history through the photographs of Urbin Rudell and others, exhibiting the community spirit and pride the town's forward-thinking citizens have shown since its founding.
ISBN: 9781467110433
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Kansas
Series: Images of America
Images: 214
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author Roger B. Miller is a lifelong Kansan who has lived in Bonner Springs since 1964. He is a fourth-generation pharmacist and served as president of the Kansas Pharmacists Association during its centennial year in 1980. That year, he visited every pharmacy in the state—a total of 704. He was the president of the Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum and is member of the Bonner Springs Historical Preservation Society. His hobby, performing magic, led to his presidency of the International Brotherhood of Magicians in 2005–2006.
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