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Kelly Mills

Picture of property 400-414 S Main
Hutchinson (Reno County)
Listed in National Register Apr 16, 2008

Architect: Cuthbert, Charles D.
Area of Significance: manufacturing facility; processing; storage
Architectural Style(s): Italian Renaissance
Thematic Nomination: Commercial and Industrial Resources of Hutchinson

Hutchinson entrepreneur William Kelly organized the Kelly Milling Company in 1906 and continued expanding his operations into the 1920s. The plant operated during a time of great transition in the milling industry as the process evolved from simple stone grinding by local millers to the mass-production of flour by milling conglomerates for an international market. The mill complex includes an office building, warehouse, power station, and garage. It is nominated for its association with early 20th century agriculture and industry.

Norris, G. W., House

Picture of property 301 East 12th Avenue
Hutchinson (Reno County)
Listed in National Register Nov 4, 2009

Architect: unknown
Area of Significance: secondary structure; single dwelling
Architectural Style(s): Prairie School

The Norris House was built in 1912 and is a well-preserved example of the classic foursquare house with Craftsman characteristics. The foursquare, which was popularized through mail order catalogs during the early 20th century, features two stories set on a raised basement with the main entrance approached by raised steps and topped by a low pitch pyramidal or gable roof. The Norris House is located just south of the Kansas State Fairgrounds, and was one of the first single-family homes built in this neighborhood, which largely developed between 1906 and 1928. The property is named for its longtime owner G. W. Norris, whose son Fred has been locally memorialized for his military service and death during World War I. The Norris House was nominated as a good local example of a foursquare house with Craftsman details.

Pactola Building

Picture of property 15-19 N Poplar
Hutchinson (Reno County)
Listed in State Register Dec 2, 1989

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: single dwelling
Architectural Style(s): Italianate

Ranson Hotel

Picture of property 4918 E Main
Medora (Reno County)
Listed in National Register Nov 20, 2007

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

In October 1905, William H. and Mary E. Ranson filed a plat for Medora Junction, a new town to be located west of the junction of two rail lines through this area north of Hutchinson. The Ransons actively developed the new town, building its first hotel and grocery store. They placed their hotel at the prime junction of Main Street and the Rock Island Rail Line, across the street from the depot. Due to demolition by a later expansion of Kansas HWY 61, the Ranson Hotel is the last original building remaining of Medora Junction. The building is nominated to the National Register for its associations with local settlement patterns and transportation history.

Reno County Courthouse

Picture of property 206 W 1st St
Hutchinson (Reno County)
Listed in National Register Apr 13, 1987

Architect: William Earl Hulse
Area of Significance: courthouse
Architectural Style(s): Art Deco

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial

Picture of property 1st Ave and Walnut St
Hutchinson (Reno County)
Listed in National Register May 24, 2002

Architect: Price, Hugh A.
Area of Significance: monument/marker

The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) erected this Soldiers and Sailors Memorial in Hutchinson in 1918. The GAR was a nationwide organization of Union Civil War veterans established in 1866 to perpetuate the memory and history of those comrades killed in the Civil War. This memorial is an example of a multi-figure monument, of which only three were erected in Kansas. The two others stand in Wichita and Kinsley. This type of monument consists of a center shaft overlooking four military figures at the base. This memorial was nominated for its local significance in the area of military history.

St. Theresa's Catholic Church

Picture of property 211 E 5th Ave
Hutchinson (Reno County)
Listed in National Register Apr 29, 1994

Architect: Emmanuel Masqueray
Area of Significance: religious facility
Architectural Style(s): Romanesque

Sylvia Rural High School

Picture of property 203 Old Highway 50
Sylvia (Reno County)
Listed in National Register Nov 17, 2005

Architect: Routledge and Hertz
Area of Significance: school
Architectural Style(s): Colonial Revival; Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals
Thematic Nomination: Historic Public Schools of Kansas

Terminal Station

Picture of property 111 2nd Ave
Hutchinson (Reno County)
Listed in National Register Oct 13, 1983

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: rail-related
Architectural Style(s): Classical Revival

Wall-Ratzlaff House

Picture of property 103 N Maple
Buhler (Reno County)
Listed in National Register Apr 30, 1992

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: single dwelling
Architectural Style(s): Colonial Revival; Queen Anne

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