Still around, but no longer a hotel. The Jayhawk belonged to the American Hotel Association, as the bottom of the page said. AHA! It as also part of the mighty Mosby Hotel Company - run, you'll note, by Mrs. Jack Mosby. She bought it in 1952 for $865,000, but she'd been running it for 18 years already. Was her husband involved?

He was. Construction began in 1924, but ran into financial trouble. Charles Mosby and his son Jack took over management of the project in 1925, and work continued. Mrs. Charles Mosby wanted to call it the Jayhawk, "a mythical bird traditionally associated with the abolitionist pioneers who settled in Kansas.

It had a theater, as the postcard shows. More on that, here.