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About the Chapman Center
The Chapman Center for Rural Studies is an undergraduate research-based center that provides hands-on experience in doing the real work of historians. We are located in 111 Leasure Hall in the heart of the Kansas State University campus in Manhattan, Kansas.
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Call us at 785-532-0380.
Search through the Chapman Center's on-going project, the Lost Town Digital Archive: Lost Kansas Communities.
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Women's Baseball in 1975
Saying Goodbye to Dr. Morgan
|Bidding Farewell to |
The Chapman Center says goodbye to graduating students.
|Dr. Thomas Dechairo, Westmoreland |
Ahead of his time, Doc managed
to stay ahead of the medical advancement curve and stay focused on his community. Read more about Nathan Anderson's research on Omeka, the Chapman Center's research archive.
|In Loving Memory of Mark A. Chapman (1943-2014)|
We lost a very close member of the K-State family early April 18, 2014. Mark A. Chapman passed away at 71. Read more