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Anderson Hall

Picture of property Kansas State University Campus, Vattier Drive
Manhattan (Riley County)
Listed in National Register 1980-11-28

Architect: Erasmus Carr
Category: college

Bartell House

Picture of property Sixth and Washington
Junction City (Geary County)
Listed in National Register 1980-12-01

Architect: Erasmus Carr
Category: hotel

Junction City Downtown Historic District

Picture of property Generally Including Both Sides of Washington Avenue, 6-9th Streets
Junction City (Geary County)
Listed in National Register 2006-07-19

Architect: James Holland, Erasmus Carr, Frank Squires, etc.
Category: vacant/not in use; domestic; government office; meeting hall; commerce

White Cloud Historic District

Picture of property roughly bounded by Poplar, 6th, Chestnut Sts. And KS7
White Cloud (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 1996-06-28

Architect: Erasmus T. Carr; Bowers; Walefield & Co.;
Category: commercial district

White Cloud Historic District is located in the historic commercial district of the small town of White Cloud, which is situated on the high bluffs overlooking the Missouri River. The district contains sixty-seven contributing resources that represent the development of the town since 1850. This district includes not only the historic main street, but surrounding churches and residences as well. The district is an excellent example of a historic river town in Kansas.

White Cloud School

Picture of property Southwest corner of Fifth and Main Streets
White Cloud (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 1973-04-13

Architect: Erasmus T. Carr
Category: school

The White Cloud School was built between 1872 and 1873. The two-story building features a red brick exterior with a hipped roof intercepted by a full-height, front-facing gabled bay. There is a central wood-frame bell tower with louvered arched openings. This Italianate-style building was designed by one of Kansas' earliest professional architects, Erasmus T. Carr.

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