Prison Photos Shine New Light On Plight Of Women In Early 20th Century Kansas

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A collection of haunting old photographs are telling a new story about an unfortunate time for some women in the state of Kansas. The pictures are displayed in a tiny museum next to the state prison in Lansing, Kansas.

C.J. Janovy from Here & Now contributor KCUR visited the exhibit and has our story.

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