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January 3, 2015 6:00 AM

The mystery of 1800s Kansas stone cellars: Were they also homes?

Emporia State University photography professor Tom Parish spent two years seeking out and photographing native stone, arched-roof cellars in the northern Flint Hills region of Kansas. “These places look like they could have been thousands of years old. They are reminiscent of these stone structures you see all around the world but that are much older and were probably built for entirely different purposes,” Parish says.

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