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Abilene City Park Historic District

Picture of property 4th Street at Poplar Street and Pine Street
Abilene (Dickinson County)
Listed in National Register 2002-06-06

Architect: Murray & Clayton
Category: recreational district
Thematic Nomination: New Deal-era Resources of Kansas

Abilene Downtown Historic District

Picture of property Roughly bounded by NE 4th, W 1st, S Walnut, and N Olive Streets
Abilene (Dickinson County)
Listed in National Register 2009-09-01

Architect: Underwood, Gilbert Stanley,Cayton & Murray
Category: government office; rail-related; commerce

As county seat and, with the arrival of the railroad, as the rail head for the Chisholm Trail, Abilene grew to become a major railroad agricultural market center in Dickinson County and in Kansas. The physical and architectural development of the downtown commercial center reflects the importance of the railroad in the community’s commercial history. The arrangement of the railroad grade dictated the location and arrangement of industrial buildings, commercial businesses, and institutional buildings. At the turn of the twentieth century Abilene embraced the City Beautiful Movement with the construction of several Classical Revival-style government and institutional buildings including the city hall, auditorium, post office, and the Carnegie Library. The vast majority of the extant buildings in the district served retail sales and commercial service functions, many of which had mixed uses and included ground floor sales and service spaces with storefronts and second-story spaces to accommodate meeting halls, offices for professional services, and residential apartments. The downtown historic district is nominated for its associations with the growth and development of Abilene as a county seat and railroad market center and its representation of popular architectural styles.

Abilene Historic District #1

Picture of property 301, 303, 305, 307, 309 N. Buckeye
Abilene (Dickinson County)
Listed in National Register 2006-01-11

Architect: Not listed
Category: single dwelling; commerce

Abilene Union Pacific Railroad Freight Depot

Picture of property 110 North Cedar Street
Abilene (Dickinson County)
Listed in National Register 1993-09-02

Architect: Gilbert Stanley Underwood
Category: rail-related

Abilene Union Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot

Picture of property Jct. Of N. Second St. and Broadway
Abilene (Dickinson County)
Listed in National Register 1992-09-08

Architect: Gilbert Stanley Underwood
Category: rail-related

Ablah, Frank J. and Harvey J., House

Picture of property 102-104 N Pinecrest Ave
Wichita (Sedgwick County)
Listed in National Register 2009-04-21

Architect: Ablah, Frank J. and Harvey J., contractors
Category: multiple dwelling
Thematic Nomination: Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, KS, 1870-1957

Located in the Crown Heights neighborhood, the Frank J. and Harvey J. Ablah House was nominated for its unique architecture and its association with the Ablah brothers. The double-residence was designed and built by the brothers in 1939. It is one of less than ten residences identified as Art Moderne in Wichita. Frank and Harvey Ablah, along with their father, owned and operated Ablah Hotel Supply in Wichita. The brothers donated land they acquired through various business ventures to Wichita University. At an estimated value of $2.5 million, the land was the largest gift ever made to the university to that date. In response, the university named the Ablah Library after the family.

Abner Allen House & Outbuilding

Picture of property 7280 Zeandale Rd.
Zeandale (Riley County)
Listed in State Register 2018-11-17

Architect: Abner Allen
Category: agricultural outbuilding; domestic; single dwelling

The Abner Allen House & Outbuilding is located near Zeandale in rural Riley County, Kansas at 7280 Zeandale Road. The property sits on the north side of Zeandale Road and borders the western edge of Wabaunsee County. The property features a circa 1865 L-shaped stone house with multiple non-historic additions and a late 1800’s stone outbuilding within the farmstead’s curvilinear driveway. The Abner Allen House & Outbuilding are associated with the settlement of the Zeandale Township. The period of significance for the property begins in 1865 with the estimated construction date of the house and ends in 1887 when Abner and Lavina Allen moved to California.

Achning, Ralph and Cloyd, House

Picture of property 846 Missouri St.
Lawrence (Douglas County)
Listed in National Register 1987-09-15

Architect: Joseph Edwards
Category: single dwelling

Adam, L.C., Mercantile Building (Cedar Vale Historical Museum)

Picture of property 618 Cedar St
Cedar Vale (Chautauqua County)
Listed in National Register 2007-04-18

Architect: Not listed
Category: museum; commerce

Built in 1904, the L. C. Adam Mercantile Building was the center of commerce in Cedar Vale for a half century. The building is nominated for its commercial architecture that reflects the transition between the Victorian era of the late nineteenth century and the more restrained Revival styles of the early twentieth century. The building retains a high degree of its architectural integrity and is a significant reflection of an important era in Cedar Vale history.

Adeline Apartment Building

Picture of property 1403 N Emporia
Wichita (Sedgwick County)
Listed in National Register 2007-04-18

Architect: Thomas C. Naylor
Category: multiple dwelling

Designed in 1923 by Thomas C. Naylor, the Commercial and Art Deco-style Adeline Apartment Building is nominated as an example of the garden style apartments being constructed in Wichita during the early 1900s. Typical features of garden style apartments are size of the building, no more than three stories tall and 18 to 26 apartment units, within a landscape component.

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