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Many American citizens were concerned about prostitution in their towns. As early as the s, moral reform societies began targeting prostitution in eastern states. Although often an uncomfortable subject, prostitution is a part of Kansas history. Women hovered around military forts, trading posts, mining camps, and cattle towns to sleep with men in exchange for money.
Prostitution allowed women to escape what they saw as more undesirable and underpaid work as laundresses, maids, and factory workers. In Kansas cattle towns, where there were few families and many men were just passing through, prostitution was more tolerated because of its role in the local economy. City governments profited from prostitution by fining the women and the brothel owners or operators. The "sporting woman" also was seen as a necessary evil since she attracted potential business.
No doubt some military men from Fort Riley visited prostitutes in nearby Junction City. The photo above depicts two young women enjoying drinks in an unknown sporting house in Junction City. The following short excerpts were taken from testimony given by Wichita prostitutes in a grand jury investigation.
These depositions were taken to determine if prostitution was taking place at the Richey House and Riverview Hotel, among others. I have been at the Richey House one night, about three weeks ago.
I staid there over night with a man. Was shown to a room by a hack driver and an old man. Staid all night. The old man saw me. Do not know the name of the man who slept with me. When I came into the room, he was sitting on the edge of the bed.