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Administration Building

Picture of property McConnell AFB
Wichita (Sedgwick County)
Listed in National Register Jun 11, 1990

Architect: Glenn Thomas
Area of Significance: air-related
Architectural Style(s): Art Deco

The Administration Building was constructed between 1930 and 1945 as a part of Wichita Municipal Airport. It consists of a central three-story section with two-story wings on either side. The building was nominated as an example of Art Deco architecture and for its contribution to the nation's transportation history. During the 1930s many people, including famed aviator Charles Lindbergh, praised the airport as one of the finest in the country. The federal government took control of the building during World War II and used it until the 1980s. It was turned into the Kansas Aviation Museum in 1991.

Agra Consolidated School

Picture of property 941 Kansas Avenue
Agra (Phillips County)
Listed in National Register Nov 15, 2005

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: school
Architectural Style(s): Modern Movement
Thematic Nomination: Historic Public Schools of Kansas

Constructed in 1948, the Agra Consolidated School was built in response to county school consolidation and to replace a previous building that was destroyed by fire. Designed by the firm Glover-Newcomb of Topeka, Milligan Construction Company of Manhattan constructed the one- and two-story brick building that is an example of the Modern Movement with Art Deco style influences. The school was nominated as part of the "Historic Public Schools of Kansas" multiple property nomination for its association with local education history act and for its architecture.

Agra Lake and Park

Picture of property 1/4 mile north of Hwy 36 west edge of Agra
Agra (Phillips County)
Listed in National Register Jun 26, 2008

Architect: KS Emergency Relief Com; Civilian Cons Corps: WPA
Area of Significance: outdoor recreation
Architectural Style(s): Other
Thematic Nomination: New Deal-era Resources of Kansas

Agra Lake and Park was built from 1934 to 1938 by the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Progress Administration. The 35-acre site is nominated for its association with the New Deal-era government work programs of the 1930s. In addition to an earthen dam and spillway, the current site includes two limestone entrance markers, two limestone shelter houses, a limestone bathhouse, and two limestone privies.

A.J. Harwi Hardware Company Building

Picture of property 832 Commercial Street
Atchison (Atchison County)
Listed in National Register Jun 7, 2021

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: warehouse; commerce
Architectural Style(s): Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals

The Harwi Hardware Company constructed this building in 1907 as their fourth and largest facility. A.J. Harwi established a retail hardware business in Atchison in 1875, but by 1880, the company had entered into wholesale hardware distribution. This building represents the apex of the A.J. Harwi Hardware Company, considered one of the significant jobbing businesses in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Atchison. The company remained in this warehouse until the Great Depression when the business closed. The four-story brick and timber building is an excellent example of an early twentieth century commercial warehouse of mill construction built in downtown Atchison, Kansas. Although a common type of construction at the turn-of-thetwentieth century, the Harwi Building is one of the few remaining examples of its type in downtown Atchison. This remains the only building in Atchison directly associated with the company.

Albaugh, Morton House

Picture of property 1331 SW Harrison St
Topeka (Shawnee County)
Listed in National Register Apr 28, 2004

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: domestic; single dwelling
Architectural Style(s): Prairie School

This house listed for its local significance in the area of architecture and its association with Morton Albaugh. This is a two-story American Foursquare with hipped, asphalt-shingled roof and hipped dormers. The house is clapboard clad on the first floor; the second floor exterior is shingled, and example of a Shirtwaist house. Brackets accent the cornice line under the wide eaves of the main roof and dormers. The window and door surrounds exhibit the simple style that is a hallmark of the foursquare. Morton Albaugh rose to statewide prominence in the 1880s as an astute political organizer for the Kansas Republican party, and remained an important figure in Kansas politics until his death in 1918. In the course of his career, he managed three gubernatorial campaigns and was the chairman of the Kansas Republican state central committee for six years. He also served as state bank commissioner and was appointed to the post of clerk of the US district court in Topeka.

Albers, Albert, Barn

Picture of property 3 3/4 miles south of Bendena
Bendena (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register May 7, 1987

Architect: unknown
Area of Significance: agricultural outbuilding
Architectural Style(s): Other
Thematic Nomination: Byre and Bluff Barns of Doniphan County

The Albers (Albert) Barn was constructed in 1907 near Brendena. It is a one-story, three-bay, side-entrance, board-and-batten structure with a limestone foundation. While the building originally functioned as a mixed use barn it is now vacant. This barn was nominated as one of the 18 Byre and Bluff barns of Doniphan County. A common feature of these barns is that at least one side of the foundation is embedded in an earthen bank or bluff. These barns are an example of vernacular architecture built to take advantage of the hilly topography and are significant for their relative rarity and architecture.

Alcove Spring

Picture of property 4 miles north of Blue Rapids on E. River Rd, east and west sides of the road
Blue Rapids vicinity (Marshall County)
Listed in National Register Feb 23, 1972

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: conservation area

Alcove Spring is one of the best known campsites along the Oregon and California trails, as it is featured prominently in diaries of emigrants as they awaited favorable crossing conditions on the nearby Big Blue River. The Donner-Reed party, who later found themselves trapped by snowy conditions in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, camped here in May 1846. Alcove Spring was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, but the original nomination only included seven acres around the spring itself. It was amended in 2013 to include two areas of intact trail segments to the west and north of the spring. Including the spring and trail segments, the amended boundary incorporates 246 acres. The amended National Register nomination was approved by the National Park Service on September 25, 2013.

Alfred Fete Apartments

Picture of property 205 E 7th St
Horton (Brown County)
Listed in National Register Jul 12, 2019

Architect: owner
Area of Significance: multiple dwelling
Architectural Style(s): Prairie School

The Alfred Fete Apartment building, located at 205 E 7th Street in Horton, Brown County, Kansas, is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion A in the area of Community Planning and Development. Constructed in 1916, the building is locally significant and retains a high degree of historic integrity and its character defining features. Horton was a small railroad community founded in northeastern Kansas. The community developed very early in its settlement in the 1880s and the population boomed in the 1910-20s. Mr. Alfred Fete was a successful businessman in the community and his apartment building is an excellent example of apartments constructed between both World Wars and is directly ties to the development of this community. The Horton Headlight printed in July 1916, “The house will have the unique distinction of being planned, built and paid for by one man. Mr. Fete was his own architect, now supervising the work and doing part of it himself and paying for everything in hard cash when he buys it.”

Allen Buildings

Picture of property 1401 Main St. & 2006 Forest St.
Great Bend (Barton County)
Listed in National Register Jan 5, 2018

Architect: Unknown
Area of Significance: commerce
Architectural Style(s): Classical Revival; Italianate; Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals

Located at the northwest corner of Forest and Main, the A.S. Allen Buildings are prominently situated in Great Bend’s commercial core and represent a portion of the commercial development of the town. The store facing Main Street traces its beginnings to 1875 when druggist Albert S. Allen had it constructed. Over the following decades, the Allen Building expanded and received design modifications. The Brinkman Building, facing Forest St, was in place in the mid-1880s, serving a variety of commercial functions. Although physically connected, the two buildings housed different commercial functions. The two buildings are significant for their association with Albert S. Allen of Allen’s Drugs and his direct effect on developing the city of Great Bend. Further, as examples of the various design trends in Great Bend between 1875 and the mid-1940s, the two buildings are also significant for their architecture. Together the two buildings are significant as a cornerstone and relic to the city of Great Bend.

Allen County Jail

Picture of property 204 North Jefferson
Iola (Allen County)
Listed in National Register Jan 25, 1971

Architect: White and Hays (contractors)
Area of Significance: correctional facility
Architectural Style(s): Other

The Allen County Jail, built in 1869, occupied this two-story limestone building for 90 years. Prisoners were housed on the first floor within steel cages under laid with rock, and the jailor resided on the second floor. Located in Iola, this building is reportedly the first in the county to be erected using county funding. It was nominated for its long-time use as a correctional facility.

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