There’s still time left to hear the story of Wyandotte County’s most influential players as seen through the historical items they owned and used as the exhibit “More Than Memories” shows at the Wyandotte County Historical Museum in Bonner Springs through Feb. 15.
The special exhibit features donated and discovered items from Wyandotte Countians, and their stories are told through these items.
“From a chair owned by Clarina Nichols, a suffragist who was present at the writing of the Kansas Constitution, to a neon sign for the business of Boston Daniels; the first black police chief in Kansas City, Kansas,” announces the museum’s website, “come learn some interesting stories about Wyandotte County history.”
The museum’s next special exhibit, which opens later this spring, will recognize the sesquicentennial anniversary of Rosedale. For more information, call the museum at 913-573-5002
More Than Memories
An exhibit at the Wyandotte County (KS) Museum tells the story of its residents through items. “More Than Memories” runs through Feb. 15. (Image courtesy of The Wyandotte County Museum)