This collection of photographs, featured at a museum in Cottonwood Falls, shows the rich history and provides perspective to times past.
The lifestyles of the people raised here are guaranteed to be different from you and I, but regardless, we all still share the same Kansas backbone that makes us one. Small town or large, urban or rural, we are all Kansans with histories to share.
The following depict shifts in policy and currency over time, which affected all the people in America (obvious because Kansas was not yet around during part of these times).
The Fed and the attached museum are some of the largest as far as geographic region served, and content presented, within the United States.
Different people, whether due to personal preference or upbringing, take their coffee differently. A coffee break in one culture means something different than another. But the commonality is the appreciation for the beverage, showing again that even through differences, we are the same. Thank you, Kansas.