Linda Henderson, Adult Services Librarian
Aggieville Archives online at www.aggievillearchines.com
“Aggieville Archives was created to help you remember, discover, or research the history of the Aggieville Shopping District in Manhattan, Kansas.
I decided to launch a Facebook page in November of 2011 called Aggieville Archives. The feedback I’ve received from posting over 2,000 pictures has shown me clearly that many people have a strong interest (and enjoyment) in looking back at the history of Aggieville. Some people connect with personal experiences in a certain location, some have relatives that worked or owned businesses in the area, and some have just enjoyed knowing that there is a lot more to Aggieville than they ever realized.”
Dan Walter, served as Secretary, Treasurer, and then two years as President of the Aggieville Business Association. After publishing his second book on Aggieville history in 1998, the ABA Board of Directors voted Dan as the official Aggieville Historian.
Manhattan Public Library has a number of Dan’s books for you to enjoy. Aggieville Through the Years, 1880’s to the Year 2000!; The American College Town; The Drug Stores of Aggieville:..and a Few Other Tangents Along the Way; Manhattan Mysteries: Stories of the ‘Little Apple'; Aggieville, 1889-1989: 100 Years of the Aggieville Tradition ands The Harrison Building Scrapbook, 1915-l998. MPL also has a Manhattan history file that you may find interesting.
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