You’ll Never Believe What Kansas Iconic Landmarks Looked Like In The 1900s

I often hear people make comments about how Kansas never changes, which I both agree and disagree with. On one hand, most people have the same values and ethics as those who founded the state; but on the other hand, the physical appearance is constantly changing, as shown by these 12 photos of Kansas landmarks (and other miscellaneous locations) throughout the late-1800s and mid-1900s:

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What did you think of these photos? How much has changed over time?