Templar, George, "The Federal Judicary in Kansas," p. 1.
Gambone, Joseph G., "Samuel C. Pomeroy and the Senatorial Election of 1861, Reconsidered," p. 15.
Edited by Paul D. Riley, "A Winter on the Plains, 1870-1871 -- The Memoirs of Lawson Cooke," p. 33.
West, William Lemore, "The Moses Harman Story," p. 41.
Duram, James C. and Eleanor A., "Congressman Clifford Hope's Correspondence With His Constituents: A Conservative View of the Court-Packing Fight of 1937," p. 64.
The Annual Meeting, p. 81.
Bypaths of Kansas History
Kansas History as Reported in the Press
Kansas Historical Notes
From the cover: A portrait of David Josiah Brewer of Leavenworth, painted by Alan Sells. Brewer was a United States circuit judge, 1884-1889, and justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, 1889-1910. The painting hangs in the federal courtroom, Topeka, and this copy was obtained through the courtesy of Judge George Templar.|
Justice Brewer was the first Kansan to serve on the supreme court. The first native-born Kansan to serve on the court was Justice Charles Evans Whittaker, 1957-1962.