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Ira Wagner and Fred Brand Full Story   Flood of Memories In the Fall of 1972, around 10,000 people descended on the Winfield fairgrounds to enjoy a long weekend of camping, crafts, and bluegrass music. 50 years later, the festival has created a community around bluegrass. Full Story 1972 campaign mailer Full Story   Kansas 1972: Decision 1972 In the Fall of 1972, around 10,000 people descended on the Winfield fairgrounds to enjoy a long weekend of camping, crafts, and bluegrass music. 50 years later, the festival has created a community around bluegrass. Full Story Keeper of the Plains Full Story   Blackbear Bosin, Painter of Songs In the Fall of 1972, around 10,000 people descended on the Winfield fairgrounds to enjoy a long weekend of camping, crafts, and bluegrass music. 50 years later, the festival has created a community around bluegrass. Full Story Earth as seen from the moon Full Story   Kansas 1972: To the Stars In the Fall of 1972, around 10,000 people descended on the Winfield fairgrounds to enjoy a long weekend of camping, crafts, and bluegrass music. 50 years later, the festival has created a community around bluegrass. Full Story Back of an ERA T shirt Full Story   Kansas 1972: Women on the Move In the Fall of 1972, around 10,000 people descended on the Winfield fairgrounds to enjoy a long weekend of camping, crafts, and bluegrass music. 50 years later, the festival has created a community around bluegrass. Full Story Humanities Kansas 50th Proclamation 2022 Full Story   By Proclamation: 50 Years of Humanities Kansas In the Fall of 1972, around 10,000 people descended on the Winfield fairgrounds to enjoy a long weekend of camping, crafts, and bluegrass music. 50 years later, the festival has created a community around bluegrass. Full Story

 

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