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Clear Creek Camelback Truss Bridge

Picture of property Unnamed Rd., 0.5 mi. W of FAS 485, 6.8 mi. N of Baileyville
Baileyville vicinity (Nemaha County)
Listed in National Register May 9, 2003

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: road-related
Architectural Style(s): Bridge
Thematic Nomination: Metal Truss Bridges in Kansas



Conrad Droge Farm

Picture of property 232 Township Road I
Seneca vicinity (Nemaha County)
Listed in State Register May 21, 2005

Architect: Conrad Droge
Area of Significance: Agricultural District
Architectural Style(s): Vernacular



Hand-Dug City Water Well

Picture of property 301 North 11th St.
Seneca (Nemaha County)
Listed in National Register Mar 15, 2007

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: water works
Architectural Style(s): Other



Lake Nemaha Dam Guardrail

Picture of property 5.12 miles south of Seneca, KS on Hwy 63; 111th Rd.
Seneca (Nemaha County)
Listed in National Register Jul 2, 2008

Architect: Civilian Conservation Corps
Area of Significance: transportation
Architectural Style(s): Other
Thematic Nomination: New Deal-era Resources of Kansas

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) constructed Lake Nemaha during the 1930s. Highway 63 crosses atop the lake's dam, which features 200 distinctive quarried stone posts or pillars on either side of the road. The freestanding posts along the west side are situated seven feet apart, while those on the east side are set within a stone wall and sit 17 feet apart. The guardrail posts are nominated for their association with the CCC and their distinct reflection of rustic park architecture common to New Deal-era parks.



Lueck Store

Picture of property 10 5th St.
Corning (Nemaha County)
Listed in State Register Aug 12, 2017

Architect: Unknown
Area of Significance: commerce
Architectural Style(s): Commercial

The Lueck Department Store is historically significant for its association with the commercial development of Corning, a railroad settlement in Nemaha County, and the commerce of the surrounding rural community in Illinois Township. The building is locally significant as one of the last original commercial buildings. Generally, the economy of Corning and its surrounding trade area was based on small scale diversified farming and stock-raising. The Lueck Department Store, operated by George Lueck from 1908 to 1949, is an example of a successful business that served as the community center of a thriving rural community. As storekeeper and community leader, George Lueck contributed to the development of Nemaha County for several decades in the first half of the twentieth century.



Marion Hall

Picture of property Jct. Of Main and First Street
Baileyville (Nemaha County)
Listed in National Register Apr 25, 2001

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: meeting hall
Architectural Style(s): Other

Marion Hall was built for the Baileyville community by founding father Willis J. Bailey and hosted everything from religious services to basketball games. The building's architectural significance is defined primarily through its exterior front elevation. The multi-textured, wood shingled façade incorporates a tower entry. The gambrel roof that covers the building adds distinctive lines to both side elevations. The front elevation has a curved parapet that masks the double slope roof. It was nominated for its local significance in the areas of entertainment, recreation, and architecture.



Nemaha County Jail and Sheriff's House

Picture of property 113 N. 6th St.
Seneca (Nemaha County)
Listed in National Register May 19, 2004

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: correctional facility; museum
Architectural Style(s): Italianate; Late Victorian



Old Albany Schoolhouse

Picture of property 2 miles north of Sabetha
Sabetha (Nemaha County)
Listed in National Register Apr 13, 1972

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: school; civic meeting hall
Architectural Style(s): Other



Powell Building

Picture of property 1729 KS-9 Hwy.
Goff (Nemaha County)
Listed in State Register Feb 10, 2018

Architect: Unknown
Area of Significance: civic
Architectural Style(s): Commercial Style

During its first 20 years the Powell Building was home to three mercantile/general stores but by 1916 it housed the city’s first opera house and theater. By 1919 the theater, called the “Electric Theater,” offered entertainment to the citizens as well as acting as a center for community events such as the Armistice Day celebration at the end of WWI. The building served the town’s civic organizations including the Odd Fellows Lodge, the American Legion Post and the Lions Club and also functioned the city’s community hall for 20 years (1940-1960). While multi-purpose use of buildings is not uncommon in small towns, the Powell Building is significant in its broad utility for the town, likely touching the lives of every citizen for several generations and as one of the only relatively intact historic commercial buildings remaining in the town of Goff.



Prairie Grove School

Picture of property 2991 H Road
Seneca vicinity (Nemaha County)
Listed in National Register Mar 8, 2006

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: vacant/not in use
Architectural Style(s): Late Victorian
Thematic Nomination: Historic Public Schools of Kansas



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