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Antelope Lake Park

Picture of property 2.5 mi. W and 0.5 mi. N of jct. US 24 & K85
Morland Vicinity (Graham County)
Listed in National Register 2008-07-10

Architect: Federal Emergency Relief Administration
Category: outdoor recreation; irrigation facility
Thematic Nomination: New Deal-era Resources of Kansas

Antelope Lake Park is a district consisting of a lake constructed in 1935 by the federal Emergency Relief Administration, an earth-filled dam, two Rustic-style stone shelter houses, five stone privies, a stone fireplace, and a steel truss bridge. The park was nominated under the "New Deal-era Resources of Kansas Multiple Property Submission."

Anthony Public Carnegie Library

Picture of property 104 N Springfield
Anthony (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 1987-06-25

Architect: John Lawrence Mauran & Edwin Anderson
Category: library
Thematic Nomination: Carnegie Libraries of Kansas

Anthony Theater

Picture of property 220 W Main St
Anthony (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 1991-04-18

Architect: S. S. Voigt
Category: theater

Anton Pearson House and Studio

Picture of property 505 S. Main
Lindsborg (McPherson County)
Listed in National Register 2021-04-02

Architect: Not listed
Category: professional; domestic; single dwelling; work of art; commerce

The Anton Pearson House & Studio are significant for their association with (Nils) Anton Pearson (1892-1967), an important and leading figure in the artist community of Lindsborg, Kansas as well as the state. The House & Studio are also significant as an excellent example of the Pearson’s artworks designed and built by Pearson. Anton Pearson became known statewide and internationally for his prominence and importance to the art community in Lindsborg, and remained an important figure until his passing in 1967. During his career, he was an active student, teacher, and engaged community member. Pearson, his mentor Birger Sandzen, and their fellow artists had created an artist colony that would draw hundreds of tourists each year to Lindsborg.

Anton-Woodring House

Picture of property 1011 Cambridge Ave
Topeka (Shawnee County)
Listed in National Register 1991-08-23

Architect: Not listed
Category: domestic; single dwelling

Frederick A. Anton (1866-1944) established the Topeka Tent and Awning Company in 1901. Topeka Tent and Awning was headquartered in Topeka, KS at 130-134 Kansas Avenue from 1917-1987 when the family sold the business. The company’s success and expansion was directly related to the numerous patents that Anton received for various improvements to awnings and awning arms. Anton received his first patent in 1911 (Anton Lateral Awning Arm), the year that he became an American citizen. During WWII, the Topeka Tent and Awning Company secured a contract totaling over $500,000 to make tents, flies and cot covers for the United States military. The c1927 Anton-Woodring House was listed for its local significance for its architecture and its association with Frederick Anton.

Appanoose Church of the Brethren & Cemetery

Picture of property 492 Woodson Rd/196 N 1 Rd
Overbrook vicinity (Franklin County)
Listed in National Register 2018-09-14

Architect: Unknown
Category: cemetery; religious facility

The Appanoose Church of the Brethren & Cemetery are locally significant under Criterion A in the area of Settlement for their association with the Church of the Brethren community in portions of Franklin, Douglas, and Osage counties and under Criterion C as an example of an early Eastern Kansas church building of simple architecture, meeting the needs of the congregation. The building was in regular continuous use as a church from the time of its construction in 1886 until the fall of 1972 when regular services ceased. The church and cemetery’s period of significance begins in 1886 with the construction of the church building and extends to circa 1925 with the last of the major changes to the building. The church and cemetery span the county line of Franklin and Douglas counties, with the church in Franklin and the cemetery in Douglas County.

Arch Street Historic District

Picture of property Roughly bounded by Arch, Pine, S. Second and S. Third Sts.
Leavenworth (Leavenworth County)
Listed in National Register 2002-07-03

Architect: William P. Feth
Category: residential district

Argentine ATSF Railroad YMCA

Picture of property 1333 S 27th Street
Kansas City (Wyandotte County)
Listed in State Register 2013-11-16

Architect: Unknown
Category: institutional housing

The Argentine railroad YMCA was built in 1937 in the Neoclassical style for use as a dormitory to house railway workers. This building, which replaced an 1899 facility that had burned, served workers employed by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, which was a major industry in Argentine. Beginning in the 1860s, the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) began offering safe and affordable housing to young men moving to cities from rural areas. The organization partnered with railroad companies, and the country's first railroad YMCA opened in Cleveland in 1872. At least eight railroad YMCAs operated in Kansas, and their numbers peaked nationwide in the decade before the Great Depression. The Argentine railroad YMCA remained open until the early 1980s and was the last of its kind in Kansas. The two-story building is constructed of reinforced concrete and steel with red brick masonry walls, and additions were built in 1963 and 1969. It was nominated for its social history.

Argentine Carnegie Library

Picture of property 2800 Metropolitan Ave
Kansas City (Wyandotte County)
Listed in National Register 1986-04-30

Architect: William Warren Rose and David B. Peterson
Category: library

Arkansas City Commercial Center Historic District

Picture of property Summit and Fifth
Arkansas City (Cowley County)
Listed in National Register 1983-10-28

Architect: Not listed
Category: single dwelling

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