Reports of the Attorney General of Kansas: 1863-1959, Topeka, var. state printers, all published. (The Kansas Territory Act provided for an Attorney
General, as did the statehood constitution. The reports, when published, were generally biennial. Opinions are generally included with the reports
from 1877 on. No reports were published until that of 1863, and none were published for 1864-74, 1927-28, 1932-38 & 1941-44. Reports after 1957/58
appear only in Kansas Biennial Report, published by the Kansas Secretary of State, and not yet offered by LLMC. The fact that for many of the states there
were differing patterns of publication for the A.G reports and opinions makes for a confusing literature. To minimize confusion in its online
offerings, LLMC has chosen to group all of the U.S. state attorney generals’ reports and opinions in two separate series for each state. For the Kansas A.G.
Opinions, see the separate Opinions series elsewhere on this site.)(Documents part of the Early State Records collection were digitized from a
microfilm copy of titles originally held by Library of Congress).