Left: The view looking southwest down Massachusetts Street around 1908. Lawrence had five banks, eight newspapers and a population of about 11,135. The 800 block of Massachusetts Street, foreground, was home to Obers Clothing Company, L.F. Conklin's Gunsmithing, Stevenson Book Company, Gustafson's Jewelry, H.C. Wheeler's dental practice and Woodward & Co.
Right: The view looking southwest down Massachusetts Street, taken from the roof of Sunflower Outdoor & Bike March 7, 2011.
Left: This photograph, taken by Farm Security Administration photographer John Vachon, shows the Granada Theater, 1020 Mass., and the Union Bus Depot in October 1938.
Right: The Granada, 1020 Mass., left, and Einstein Bros. Bagels, 1026 Mass., on March 31, 2011.
Left: This is the Kansas University campus as it appeared in 1896. Oread Avenue was a dirt path, with the beginning of Mississippi Street angling downhill from the upper right. Spooner Library is the large building beyond the house in the foreground. 13th Street is the dirt path running from the middle of the frame to the left at bottom of image.
Right: The view looking south down Oread Avenue, taken from top of The Oread hotel March 7, 2011.
Left: Kansas University sophomore Wilt Chamberlain, second from left, and members of the 1956-57 men's basketball team accept the Big Seven Championship trophy in March of 1957.
Right: Streamers rain down on the 2010-11 Kansas men's basketball team after they defeated Texas to win the Big 12 Tournament Championship March 12, 2011.