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Hodges, George, House

Picture of property 425 S Harrison
Olathe (Johnson County)
Listed in State Register 1990-06-23

Architect: Not listed
Category: single dwelling

Horn-Vincent-Russell Estate

Picture of property 6624 Wenonga Rd
Mission Hills (Johnson County)
Listed in National Register 1997-07-25

Architect: Not listed
Category: single dwelling

Hyer, Charles, House (Hycrest)

Picture of property 505 E Cedar
Olathe (Johnson County)
Listed in State Register 1984-08-25

Architect: Not listed
Category: single dwelling

Lackman-Thompson Farm

Picture of property 11180 Lackman Road
Lenexa (Johnson County)
Listed in State Register 1992-05-06

Architect: Not listed
Category: animal facility; single dwelling

Lanesfield School

Picture of property 18745 South Dillie Road Edgerton vicinity
Edgerton (Johnson County)
Listed in National Register 1988-10-13

Architect: Not listed
Category: school

Lanter, Franklin R., House

Picture of property 562 West Park
Olathe (Johnson County)
Listed in National Register 2007-10-10

Architect: George P. Washburn
Category: secondary structure; single dwelling

Architect George P. Washburn of Ottawa, Kansas, designed this two-story wood frame house, which was completed in 1901, in the transitional Queen Anne/Free Classic style. The Lanter House displays many of these Free Classical details - most notably the classical columns on the front porch. The house was built for Franklin R. Lanter, an Olathe lumber and coal merchant, who resided there until 1919. The variety of woods used throughout the interior of the home is a direct reflection of Lanter's ties to the lumber business. The flooring, trim, and carved mantels include a wide selection of woods such as curly maple, pine, and oak.

LeCluyse, William and Julia, House

Picture of property 5810 Cody St
Shawnee (Johnson County)
Listed in National Register 2021-10-04

Architect: Rieke, Charles E.
Category: domestic; single dwelling

The William and Julia LeCluyse House (constructed 1927) is located in Shawnee, Johnson County, Kansas, just four blocks west of Shawnee’s downtown. The LeCluyse House is one of the first of 25 homes built within the 40-lot subdivision, Shawnee Heights. The subdivision was platted in 1925 by local developer Charles E. Rieke. The house is a Craftsmanstyle, clapboard bungalow, 1 1/2 stories, facing eas. This was the dominant style for smaller, single-family houses built in the United States during the early 20th century. In 1928, the adjoining Lot 33 was added to the property. The house retains much of its historic integrity and character-defining features like the clapboard siding, form, roof shape, spatial arrangements, woodworking, and other finishes.

Lone Elm Campground Swale

Picture of property 21151 W 167th Street
Olathe (Johnson County)
Listed in National Register 2014-04-06

Architect: N/A
Category: transportation
Thematic Nomination: Historic Resources of the Santa Fe Trail (Amended 2013)

The Lone Elm Campground Swale is located in Lone Elm Park at the southernmost edge of Olathe. This city park's single trail swale is situated along the combined route of the Santa Fe, Oregon, and California trails as it headed southwest out of Independence, Missouri to present-day Gardner, Kansas where the Santa Fe Trail split-off from the Oregon and California trail. The earliest known group headed for Santa Fe passed through this site in circa 1823, and use of this part of the trail drew to a close in 1861 with the onset of the Civil War, which ended long-distance trail traffic from Independence. This trail remnant is one of the few intact trail remains in the greater Kansas City metropolitan area, as urban and suburban development has greatly encroached upon the trail in this region. The nominated site also contains a historical marker erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1906. The property was nominated as part of the "Historic Resources of the Santa Fe Trail" in the areas of commerce, transportation, exploration/settlement, and social history.

Loomis Historic District

Picture of property 8325 Johnson Dr., 5900 Hadley, 5923 Hadley
Merriam (Johnson County)
Listed in National Register 2006-05-17

Architect: Not listed
Category: secondary structure; single dwelling

The Loomis Historic District is located near the intersection of Johnson Drive and Hadley Avenue. The district is a well-preserved collection of dwellings that represent the evolution of the property from farm acreage to a Kansas City suburb. Each of the four residences within the district exhibits a distinct architectural style that corresponds to a historic era of development in Johnson County, Kansas. The early history within this district can be traced back to the Edgar and Emily Field Loomis family, who purchased the land in 1882. In subsequent decads Emily and her son Charles sold parcels of the land for development. The district was nominated for its Italianate, Craftsman, and Modern architecture.

Louis & Rachel Hammer Barn

Picture of property 33600 W 143rd St
Gardner (Johnson County)
Listed in National Register 2022-05-13

Architect: Unknown
Category: agricultural outbuilding
Thematic Nomination: Historic Agriculture Related Resources of Kansas

The Hammer barn is important for its connection to local agriculture. The barn is a great example of bank barns in Kansas at the beginning of the 18th century, and it allowed livestock to be stored in the barn as well as wagons of hay. The Hammer barn is one of the last remaining pieces of agricultural history in the area and is a great example of the agricultural history in Johnson Co.

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