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Ball, Charles M., House

Picture of property 702 Spruce Street
Coffeyville (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 2011-02-07

Architect: Undetermined
Category: single dwelling

Built between 1906 and 1908, the Ball House at 702 Spruce Street in Coffeyville combines the irregular Queen Anne house form with Classical Revival stylistic features and captures an important transitional period in architecture when the two styles were commonly blended. Its asymmetrical massing and variety of shapes and textures distinguish this three-story house. Charles Ball, who gained local notoriety for his banking, business, and real estate dealings during the early twentieth century, owned the house until his death in 1922. In addition to his many professional and community-related endeavors, Ball is perhaps most well known for his involvement in the Dalton Gang’s hold-up of Condon Bank on October 5, 1892. As the gang entered the bank that morning, they encountered cashier Charles Ball, who concocted a story about the safe being on a time lock. Four of the five robbers were eventually fatally wounded by the ensuing gunfire outside the bank. Although his link with the Dalton Gang robbery is interesting, it significantly pre-dates Ball’s association with the residence at 702 Spruce Street. Therefore, the house was nominated only for its local architectural significance.

Bankers Loan and Trust Company

Picture of property 517 Broadway
Concordia (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 1977-11-09

Architect: W. H. Parsons & C. Howard Parsons
Category: financial institution

The Bankers Loan and Trust Company is a two-story, Queen Anne-style brick building located on a corner lot in downtown Concordia. A key feature of the building is its prominent corner entrance, which is accented by wrap-around stairs and archways supported by columns. A prominent oriel window is situated on the second story above the entrance. The decorative cornices were produced by Coron and Syster of the Concordia Cornice Company. The building was constructed in 1887 and 1888 by W. H. Parsons and C. Howard Parsons of Topeka. The original Cloud County Courthouse was designed by W. H. Parsons and was being constructed at the same time. The building was nominated for its architecture and for its association with the economic and commercial development of Concorida.

Bank of Oberlin

Picture of property 187 South Penn
Oberlin (Decatur County)
Listed in National Register 1994-12-01

Architect: Mr. White
Category: financial institution; courthouse

The Bank of Oberlin was established in 1880 by Robert Alexander Marks and erected this building in circa 1886. It is a two-story, red brick, Italianate-style commercial block with limestone details and arched windows. It was nominated for its architectural significance and its association with local commerce.

Banks--Waudby Building

Picture of property 719 N Main St
Russell (Russell County)
Listed in National Register 2006-12-27

Architect: Not listed
Category: restaurant; commerce

The Banks-Waudby Building was constructed in 1885-1886. The two-story limestone commercial building is nominated for its architectural significance built in the Victorian style with Italianate accents. The building is commonly known as Waudby No. 1 or Waudby's Pool Hall. The wood doors with iron trim, cast iron columns and storefront of Waudby's Pool Hall have not been altered since its original construction. It is nominated for its architecture significance. (See also First National Bank-Waudby Building.)

Banner Hereford Farm

Picture of property 19355 South Berryton Road, Scranton vicinity
Scranton (Osage County)
Listed in National Register 1998-06-12

Architect: Not listed
Category: agricultural outbuilding; single dwelling; irrigation facility; storage

Barbeau House

Picture of property 210 E. Washington Avenue
Lenora (Norton County)
Listed in National Register 2004-07-14

Architect: Not listed
Category: domestic; single dwelling

Constructed in 1902, the Barbeau House is a two-and-one-half-story frame Queen Anne house. A turret, an asymmetrical roof, and fish scale shingles exemplify the style. Built by Joseph Barbeau, the house represents his fortunes as a prominent businessman. The property was nominated for its architecture.

Barnes Apple Barn

Picture of property 714 E 1728 Rd
Baldwin City vicinity/Vinland (Douglas County)
Listed in National Register 2006-11-01

Architect: Not listed
Category: agricultural outbuilding; storage

Constructed in about 1857, the Barnes Apple Barn is a gabled, metal roofed limestone structure for the purpose of processing grapes, apples and pears from the Vinland Nursery and Fruit Farm. It was nominated for its association with William E. Barnes, a co-founder of Vinland, Kansas, and the originator of the first vineyard in Kansas. It was also nominated for its architectural significance as an example of a gable-roofed limestone agricultural processing building.

Barnes, Oscar D. and Ida, House

Picture of property 901 N. Broadway Avenue
Wichita (Sedgwick County)
Listed in National Register 2015-07-07

Architect: Unknown
Category: single dwelling
Thematic Nomination: Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, KS, 1870-1957

The Oscar and Ida Barnes House is located in Wichita's Midtown neighborhood and was completed in 1911. It is an excellent example of the Italian Renaissance style exhibited on a foursquare, a common house form of the early 20th century that allowed for considerable variation and experimentation in style. The Italian Renaissance style was most popular in Wichita between 1900 and 1920. In residential architecture, it is typically characterized by a low, hipped roof with ceramic tiles, wide eaves with brackets, a symmetrical facade, stucco or masonry walls, and Classical columns and details. The Barnes House also exhibits the Craftsman style in its built-in cabinetry, geometric window designs, and interior floorplan. The architect is unknown, although it may have been Charles Terry, who worked with Oscar Barnes on the design of several commercial buildings. It is nominated to the National Register as part of the "Residential Resources of Wichita" multiple property nomination for its local significance in the area of architecture.

Barrett Schoolhouse

Picture of property 4 miles southwest of Frankfort
Frankfort (Marshall County)
Listed in National Register 1973-03-14

Architect: Not listed
Category: school

Bartell House

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

Architect: Erasmus Carr
Category: hotel

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