It’s another grand Throwback Thursday where we encourage you to time travel through Johnson County's history. JoCoHistory is a collaborative presentation of history from the Johnson County Museum, Johnson County Library and many JoCoHistory partners. Explore historical photographs and documents about the people, places and organizations of Johnson County, Kansas, from the 19th century to the present.
Collection spotlight: Johnson County Museum Oral Histories
About this collection: The Museum conducts oral history interviews with local residents in an effort to capture firsthand accounts and stories from the past. The interviews are project-oriented and focus on specific themes related to Johnson County's history.
- All-Electric House
- Bicentennial Collection
- Citizen Soldiers on the Prairie: The Story of the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant Exhibit
- Civil Rights and Fair Housing
- Coming of Age in Johnson County: 1960-1976 Exhibit
- Home Building
- Johnson County Communities
- New Immigrants and the American Dream Exhibit
- Shawnee Family Stories
- Suburban Bliss: The Political Cartoons of Bob Bliss Exhibit
- To Serve and Protect Exhibit
- White Haven Motor Lodge
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