Photograph of Robert Sanders, later to become the first mayor of Fairway, Kansas, carrying his wife Lois Hutchins Sanders in a creek, circa 1940. Lois, an entertainer and radio personality, is wearing a knit top, light skirt, and heels, smiles in her husband's arms as he stands on a rock in the middle of a stream.
Photograph of Lois and Robert Sanders and an unidentied woman posing near a Country Club Plaza sign in winter, circa 1930. Lois, a local entertainer and radio personality, stands at left; Robert, first mayor of Fairway, Kansas, peeks from underneath the sign; their unidentified companion stands at right. The sign reads "Country Club Plaza Shopping Center Free Parking" and includes an image of a tower. Buildings and utility poles are visible in the background of the image.
Headshot photograph of Lois Hutchins Sanders circa 1930. Sanders is dressed a light-colored dress with a metallic or crystal-covered back detail with a dark fur stole draped over her shoulders. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph states that she was on the radio for six years, "6 nites a week dinner hour," and "3 afternoon programs a week." Her husband, Robert Sanders, was the first mayor of Fairway, Kansas.
Photograph of Lois Hutchins Sanders posing in a tiled room circa 1935. Holding a magazine in one hand and a cold drink in the other, she reclines in a chair with her feet up on a block of ice and with a fan pointing at her. A palm tree stands behind her. Sanders, a singer and pianist, was married to Robert Sanders, first mayor of Fairway, Kansas.