Group leader Gage Brewer (seated) in the early years of his career as a musician, songwriter, and dance orchestra leader. His group began performing on radio in Wichita, then traveled in and out of the U.S., and ultimately Brewer established the Shadowlands Dance Club in Wichita in 1937.
City of Wichita Flag The design derives from the Indian word Wichita, meaning scattered lodges. The white circle is the Indian symbol for home, the blue sun represents happiness and the red and white rays signify honor and courage.
Carol Hahn and Galyn Vesey talk about the Dockum Drug Store sit-in (Wichita, Kansas) in which they participated in The sit-in was one of the earliest examples of this type of civil rights protest in the U.
The Skaer family owned and operated several apartment buildings across Wichita. In April the Skaer Estate sold this one on East Douglas to Hugh Richards and Richard H. At the time, the building held 44 apartments and was managed by Wilbur Skaer.