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Hollenberg Pony Express Station Bibliography

Image of Hollenberg Pony Express Station in Hanover, Kansas"As in Pony Express Days: Hollenberg Station Only One Unchanged and on Original Site." Kansas City Times. Aug. 17, 1950. [1 p.]. (Reel: 52).

Cancellation Stamp, Central-Overland-California Pike's Peak Mail, Express Company Station No. 10, Hanover, Hollenberg Ranch, Kansas Territory. N.p.: 1959. (SP/906/K13/Pam.v.10/no. 15).

Dieker, Leo E. A Brief Historical Sketch, Hollenberg Ranch, Pony Express Station, Hanover, Kansas. Hanover, KS: Hanover News, 1954. (K/978.1/-W27/Pam.v.1/no. 3).

Driggs, Howard R. "Pioneer Trails Association Letter." New York, NY: April 30, 1941. (K/917.8/P779/Pam.v./no. 8).

"Historic Hollenberg Ranch House Now Belongs to State." [Marysville] Advocate-Democrat. June 11, 1942. [1 p.]. (Reel: M 684).

"Hollenberg Ranch Gets Publicity in Colorado Springs." Hanover Democrat. July 13, 1945. [1 p.]. (Reel: NP 2448).

"In Pony Express Run: Race Will Be Made By Utah and Kansas Passes." Kansas City Times. June 14, 1954. [1 p.]. (Reel: 190).

Kansas Secretary of State. "Chapter 447: Management of Historic Pony Express Station Transferred to Historical Society." State of Kansas Session Laws. Topeka, KS: State Printer, 1963. (SP 345.1/K13/1963/p. 1068).

Kansas State Historical Society. Hollenberg Pony Express Station Near Hanover, Washington County, Kansas. Topeka, KS: State Printer, 1970. (SP/906/K13/Pam.v.1/Sites/no. 1).

__________. "Kansas Saves Pony Express Station." Pony Express Clippings. (K 917.8/P779/Clipp./v. 1/p. 188).

"Mail Crosses the Line: Horses and Riders Tire in Race to Colorado Springs." Kansas City Times. June 16, 1954. [1 p.]. (Reel: 190).

Marshall County Historical Society. "Hollenberg Pony Express Station." Bus Tour Number Two. N.p.: Author, 1973. (K/978.1/-M35/Pam.v.2/no. 3/p. 33).

"Ponies Set Fast Pace: In Spite of Rain Riders Are Ahead of Schedule." Kansas City Star. June 15, 1954. [1 p.]. (Reel: 190).

Kansas State Historical Society. "Pony Express Station Gets Appropriation of $1,450.00 for Fiscal Year Starting July 1." Pony Express Clippings. Topeka, KS: Author, 1955. (K/917.8/P779/Clipp./v. 2/p. 163).

"Pony Express Station Now Open Daily to Visitors as Historic Attraction." Hanover News. Apr. 8, 1955. [1 p.]. (Reel: NP 2451).

"Pony Express Station Will Open Monday." Hanover News. Mar. 30, 1956. [1 p.]. (Reel: NP 2452).

"Registered National Historic Landmark Certificate Presented to Pony Express Station Here by U.S. Department of Interior." Hanover News. May 18, 1962. [2 pp.]. (Reel: NP 2454).

Robbins, Stephen A. "Two Routes West: Hollenberg Station and Independence Rock." Hidden Places Where History Lives. N.p.: Nebraska Educational Television Network, 1981. (917.8/Pam.v.3/no. 5/pp. 13-18).

Smith, G.E. Kidder. "Pony Express Station (1857)." The Architecture of the United States. (720.9/Sm57a/V. 3/pp. 330-331).

"Stars and Stripes Fly Daily Over Pony Express Station." Hanover News. Dec. 18, 1959. [1 p.]. (Reel: NP 2453).

"Utah Riders Win: Wyandotte Posse Falls in Grueling Pony Express Race to Colorado Springs." Kansas City Star. June 16, 1954. [2 pp.]. (Reel: 190).