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Mr. J.R. Goodin offered the following resolution
1867, 8 January
Published in "House Journal of the Legislative Assemby of the State of Kansas, Begun and Held at Topeka, on Tuesday, January 8th, A.D., 1867" (Kansas,Leavenworth: Clarke, Emery & Co, 1867), p.422.
Mr. J.R. Goodin offered the following resolution:
Whereas, A certain photographist in the city of Topeka is desirous of taking the pictures of the members of this House upon a single card or plate, to be used as a sign for his establishment; and
Whereas. It is universally admitted that the members of this House are the handsomest set of men that ever assembled in the city of Topeka in a legislative capacity, and therefore need not bo ashamed to have their photographs exposed to public view; therefore
Resolved, That the said artist be permitted to take the said photos upon payment of one dollar to each member of this House.