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Thayer State Bank

Picture of property 201 Neosho Avenue
Thayer (Neosho County)
Listed in State Register Nov 8, 2003

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: financial institution
Architectural Style(s): Commercial

Tioga Inn

Picture of property 12 East Main
Chanute (Neosho County)
Listed in National Register Feb 23, 1990

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: restaurant; specialty store; hotel
Architectural Style(s): Other

Truitt, James & Ella, House

Picture of property 305 N Steuben Avenue
Chanute (Neosho County)
Listed in National Register Apr 2, 2014

Architect: Unknown
Area of Significance: domestic
Architectural Style(s): Queen Anne

The Truitt House is an excellent example of late 19th century Queen Anne-style architecture. The two-and-a-half story residence exhibits the hallmarks of the style including an irregular plan, a complex cross-gable roof, variations in exterior wall texture, and multiple porches with Eastlake-inspired spindlework. It was commissioned in 1887 by James Truitt, a nurseryman who had moved his family from Kentucky to Chanute in 1878. Before relocating, Truitt was a successful nurseryman, having won awards as a fruit-grower, gardener, and florist in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. While living in Chanute, he operated Truitt and Sons Greenhouse until his death in 1914, and founded Chanute Nurseries, which continued long after his passing. The house was nominated for its association with Truitt and for its Queen Anne architecture.

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