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Images from the Dear Lawrence photo project

July 2012 update: We're once again accepting photos for the Dear Lawrence project. Scroll down to see some of the new additions.

Members of our photography staff, local photographers and all of you are invited to participate in our Dear Lawrence Community photo project. These are some of the great photos we've received so far, but there's still time to participate. Get out your old photos and your cameras and start submitting. You can do it via email to dearlawrence@ljworld.com, by posting a photo on our Facebook page wall at Facebook.com/LJWorld, or submitting an image at ljworld.com/dearlawrence.

Phyllis and Louis Copt operated a hot dog cart downtown at Ninth and Massachusetts streets in August 1980. It was the first New York-style hot dog cart licensed in the state of Kansas. The stand featured kosher-style hot dogs and polish sausage with toppings and sodas. The cart was purchased in New York and shipped to Kansas. Phyllis sold the business in l984.

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