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HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Six hundred fifty feet below the Kansas plains, in a
900-acre salt mine packed with Hollywood relics, government secrets,
seismograph records and assorted minutia, lies the documentary history of
Tulsa County.

Hundreds of thousands of pages of land records and other Tulsa County
Clerk’s Office documents, mostly on microfilm, have for years been stored
in what, superficially, seems an unlikely spot. Forty-five miles northwest
of Wichita, Hutchinson is a 3 ½-hour drive from Tulsa. It is probably best
known for junior college basketball, the Kansas State Fair and Prairie
Dunes Country Club golf course.


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