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1. History of Johnson County, Kansas History of Johnson County, Kansas //1915 Item describing the stagecoach and mail delivery business ventures of Jared Sanderson and Patrick Murphy. The author notes that Sanderson established a stage line from Kansas City, Missouri to Fort Scott,...

2. Man Delivering Items to Office Man Delivering Items to Office 1910 Unidentified man and woman in office with postal employee delivering mail.

3. Overland Mail Carriers Overland Mail Carriers June 22, 1905 Chapters of the book about the overland mail services from Saint Joseph to the Far West in the late 1850s to early 1860s, carried out by the Pony Express of Russell, Majors & Waddell, and by the Central...

4. Pony Express Pony Express 1997 Description of the overland journey of the horse-riding mail carriers of the Pony Express, organized by William Russell of the freighting firm of Russell, Majors & Waddell, from Saint Joseph, Missouri,...

5. Postcard Mailman Postcard Mailman Postcard picturing a 1907 U.S. mail carrier with a take-out folder of 12 postcard views of Kansas City.

6. The Memoirs of Jared L. Sanderson, ''Stagecoach King,'' Part I The Memoirs of Jared L. Sanderson, ''Stagecoach King,'' Part I November, 2005 First installment of the memoirs of Jared L. Sanderson, describing his earliest journeys on the Santa Fe Trail and the development of Kansas City in the 1860's. Sanderson, born in St. Albans, Vermont in...

7. The Pony Express: Orphans Preferred The Pony Express: Orphans Preferred April, 2003 Article describes the history of the Pony Express, citing its lifespan as April 3, 1860 to October 26, 1861.