Denzil Alcorn – Photographs of Wichita musicians, including The Golden Jubilees, 1965.
C. Robert Bell III – Photographs of C. Robert Bell, Jr. and a cap worn by C. Robert Bell as a boy in Wichita, 1930s
Winnette Berger and Jeanette Fuller – Exer-matic exercise bicycle made in Wichita and related promotional materials, 1960-1961.
Vera Challis – Wichita photographs and documents, 1930s-1970s, and children’s dinnerware, 1930s.
Katherine Compton – Boeing employee badge worn by the donor, 1950s
Jane Dooling – Permission to copy photographs of musical performances at the Mambo Club in Wichita, including the Supremes and the Chuck Dooling Combo, 1950s-1960s.
Ernest Drowatzky – Large collection of color stereoscope slides of Wichita views, 1950s.
Jean Dunlap – Panoramic photograph of Friends University students, 1920.
Donald and Nancy Fry – Handmade model of an electric train station in Wichita, made by Eli Fry in 1934.
Tom Hankins – Political material, Wichita Public Schools documents and personal gear, microscope set, Wichita documents, 1940s-2000s.
Rebecca Hoyer – Ledgers from the International Order of Odd Fellows West Side Lodge No. 345, 19th century.
Scott Kern – Hawaiian guitar steel, 1930s, and collection of Downtown Wichita magazines, 1960s.
Georgia Kintzel – Collection of World War I Gold Star Mothers material, and photographs.
Thomas and Sally Kitch – Woman’s black silk Oleg Cassini dress, women’s designer shoes, and women’s fashion accessories, late 20th century.
Nick F. Martin – Man’s pair of Big Smith denim overalls, late 20th century.
Patrick O’Connor – Souvenir object from the Askins Credit Clothing Co., Wichita, mid 20th century.
Robert J. O’Connor – Watercolor painting of the Riverside Boat Company, Wichita, and Old City Hall by local artist Paula Smith, and a framed print of Old City Hall by Doran Barham. 1980s.
Platt, Adams, Bradley and Associates Architects – Plan and color sketches of material for the Exer-Matic exercise machine, 1960s.
Diane Powers – Photographs of local musicians, including the Ark Valley Boys, Corky Edminster & Kansas Corral Gang with Bud Victory, Bobby Wiley Rhythmaires, Snazzy and the KFH Smoke House Trio, and more, 1940s-1960s.
Richard and Dinah Rodehorst – Collection of 20 original prints by Wichita artist John Sandlin, 1960s-1970s.
Francene Sharp – Wichita souvenirs, photographs and documents, advertising materials, and sheet music, mid-late 20th century.
R. Kent and Martha Shawver – Large collection of Russel Wright American Modern dinnerware, including plates, bowls, trays, teapots, water pitchers, cups, and salt and pepper shakers, mid 20th century.
Ron Skelley – Promotional booklet for Spines department store in Wichita, 1946.
Karen Teaford – Cotton appliqué quilt made by Jessie Marie Howell Teehee Roberts of Wichita in 1966.
Lynne Tinker – Kansas Humane Society calendar, contemporary.
Paul Tyson – Print of the Old Sedgwick County Courthouse by Dick Castle, 1988.
Victoria Venskus – Collection of food stamp tokens from Wichita stores, 1970s.
Charles T. Whitney, Jr. – Animal powered wooden wagon, 1914, used by the Whitney family, roller skates, 1940s, and a photograph of Charles Thomas Whitney, circa 1912.
Bettye Wiggins – Photographs and documents related to the Harold E. Smith family, Wichita, late 19th century.