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‘Busted” - an abandoned town bypassed by the railroad
‘Busted” - an abandoned town bypassed by the railroad
Frenzeny & Tavernier
Acquisition Number: 46_OW
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Harper’s Weekly, February 28, 1874. The lack of a railroad stop doomed many towns along the railroad routes as they rapidly lost population. The historian Robert Taft believes this drawing depicts the deserted village of Zarah, in Barton County Kansas.

Reproduction Size: 20 x 26.5