Diagnosed as schizophrenic, he spent two years at the Menninger Clinic, a Topeka, Kansas psychiatric institution.
Shirley Phelps-Roper decided to take her two daughters to New York City from Topeka, Kansas.
Instead, Drain wound up moving his family from Tampa to Topeka to join the congregation.
Fred Phelps and several of his children have law degrees and run the successful Phelps-Chartered law firm in Topeka.
Aunt Susan hated to ask for more, but this would not buy the girl a coat that she could wear in Topeka!
The annual meeting of 1891 was held in Topeka, November 20, 21.
Ruth shared her outside cabin with a girl from Topeka, Kansasan exceedingly blithe and boisterous young person.
A vast political 'pull' was exercised at Topeka and Washington.
Some months afterward they were returned to Topeka, duly finished, and I find in the official note-book the following entry.
Another phase of their life in Topeka added its humiliation.
city in Kansas, U.S.A., from Kansa (Siouan), literally "a good place to dig potatoes."
named for the river, which is named for the native people, from French variant of Kansa, native name of the Siouan people who lived there (1722). It is a plural (see Arkansas). Established as a U.S. territory in 1854, admitted as a state 1861. Related: Kansan.
Note: In the 1850s, the state came to be known as “bleeding Kansas” because of the violence between hostile free-staters and pro-slavery settlers.