Union Prison Collapse Marker

Title: Union Prison Collapse Marker
Description: Photograph of the historical marker noting the site of the Union Prison collapse in Kansas City, Missouri. The Union Prison, located at 1425 Grand Avenue, held female relatives and associates of proslavery Missouri bushwhackers. Five women, including the sister of guerilla William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson, died as a result of the collapse on August 14, 1863.
Date original: June 24, 2015
Owning organization: Kansas City Public Library
Document Type: image
Organization location: Image courtesy of Cody Kauhl.
Page Type: Digital Repository Object
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