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KSU Memorial Stadium (M-2, 8C-K1415)

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M-2, 8C-K1415

Memorial Stadium is a stadium in Manhattan, Kansas. For several decades it was used by Kansas State University for college football and track and field. From its opening in 1922 until 1967 it was the home field of the Kansas State Wildcats football team, prior to the opening of Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium.

The stadium was built and named in tribute to Kansas State students who died in World War I. Its general seating capacity was 17,500 people when completed, although attendance sometimes exceeded 20,000. The west stands were built in 1922, and the stands on the east side of the stadium were completed two years later.

The stadium is still used for athletics. In 2002 the grass field was replaced with FieldTurf and the cinder track was replaced with a rubberized surface. The playing field is now painted for use by the school's club MCLA lacrosse team, soccer team, and is also used as the home pitch for the Rugby team, as well as the marching band's practice field.

Unused 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" standard size chrome postcard.

Dist. by Kansas Distribution Co.

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