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Masonic Temple

Picture of property 336 South Santa Fe Avenue
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in National Register Mar 9, 2000

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: meeting hall
Architectural Style(s): Classical Revival

Mount Barbara

Picture of property 100 Mt. Barbara
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in National Register Apr 14, 1995

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

National Bank of America

Picture of property 100 S Santa Fe Ave
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in National Register Aug 24, 2020

Architect: Wight and Wight
Area of Significance: financial institution
Architectural Style(s): Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals

Founded in 1887 by brothers Humphrey and James Taggart, the National Bank of America came into being as the American State Bank with a state charter. Three years later it received a national charter and in 1894 was rechristened National Bank of America (NBA). The bank rented space from W.W Watson, third president of the bank, for thirty years at the corner of Santa Fe and Iron Avenues. Prospering alongside Salina, the bank outgrew the space and in 1923 it constructed a new building across the street at 100 S. Santa Fe. The bank continued to grow and be an integral part of the community in part due to Frank Hageman who devoted sixty-five years to serving the bank and Salina. As President and later Chairman of the Board, Hageman’s personal integrity was reflected in bank policy, and led the bank to weather many storms including the Great Depression with the admiration of those who worked for the bank and its customers. During NBA’s 100th anniversary celebration in 1987 the bank noted its key to longevity was progressive changes mixed with conservative values. The bank was a leader in innovation with many “firsts” in banking in Salina including banking by mail, installment loan department, walk-up banking, drive-through and television auto-banker window. When the bank remodeled in the 1960s it modernized its systems with the most powerful and sophisticated computer in the state

Norton Apartments

Picture of property 1111 & 1115 E. Iron Ave.
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in National Register Mar 26, 2018

Architect: Unknown
Area of Significance: multiple dwelling
Architectural Style(s): Commercial Style

The Norton Apartments are adjacent brick apartment buildings designed and built in 1926-1928 by developers Frank C. Norton and Willis B. Crowther. The buildings are locally significant as representatives of Salina’s growth and expansion in the 1920s. Low-Rise Walk-Up Apartment Buildings, including the Norton Apartments, addressed the city’s expanding population and housing shortage following World War I. This new building type provided efficient use of land in locations already served by public infrastructure and provided multiple dwelling units in a common setting with similar amenities to compete with single family homes that were in short supply in Salina as well as other communities across the nation.

Prescott, John H., House

Picture of property 211 West Prescott
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in National Register May 17, 1976

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

Roosevelt-Lincoln Junior High School

Picture of property 210 W Mulberry St
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in National Register Dec 20, 2006

Architect: William T. Schmitt
Area of Significance: education related
Architectural Style(s): Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals; Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements

The Roosevelt-Lincoln Junior High School property is comprised of two historic school buildings separated by a restored green space. Architect William T. Schmitt designed Lincoln School in the Prairie style and was constructed between 1915 and 1917. Charles W. Shaver designed the Roosevelt School in the Gothic Revival style. It was constructed between 1920 and 1925. Shaver was issued the professional architect license number one in Kansas following his graduation from KSU in 1915. The property is nominated as part of the Historic Public Schools of Kansas multiple property submissions in the area of Education for its history as a junior high school.

Schwartz, A.J., House

Picture of property 636 East Iron
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in National Register Apr 13, 1973

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

St. John's Hospital

Picture of property 139 N Penn
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in State Register Aug 4, 2018

Architect: Smith, Charles A.
Area of Significance: hospital
Architectural Style(s): Italian Renaissance

St. John’s Hospital is an excellent example of an early twentieth century private hospital that incorporates the architectural features and interior configuration of the block plan property type. The block plan developed in the early twentieth century in direct response to the challenges faced implementing earlier pavilion plans. The four-story, Y-shaped Italian Renaissance design developed in 1914 communicates the staid, reliable, and authoritative role of the hospital while the interior plan reflects the organization of various departments in a single building, in keeping with national hospital design trends of the time. The four-story 1951 addition is a continuation of earlier design trends in its massing, materials, and interior configuration with more Modern finishes. The 1957 addition completes the 1951 design. Important features of the block plan property type that remain intact at St. John’s Hospital include the wide double-loaded corridors that define the footprint of the building, wings for separate departments, and small rooms that line the corridors designated for patients or hospital functions. National Register listing is pending.

Teague Nelson Building

Picture of property 104-106 S Santa Fe
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in State Register Feb 1, 2020

Architect: Johnson and Burford Engineers, Salina
Area of Significance: professional; specialty store; commerce
Architectural Style(s): Commercial Style; Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements

The Teague Nelson Building was constructed in 1886 by partners local businessmen John A. Nelson and Milton D. Teague, the building was designed by H.G. Johnston and L.D. Burford, of Johnston & Burford, civil engineers and architects of Salina. The men affiliated with the Teague Nelson Building at 104-106 S. Santa Fe were among the builders and prominent businessmen of Salina. Teague and Hageman were founding bankers of institutions that served Salina for decades. By 1910, York, Hageman, and Will owned cars, the first of a handful of automobiles in Salina. All three were strong proponents of growth and modernization, supporting road construction and maintenance; interurban rail access for Salina, while York led the charge for additional rail capacity as the president of the Salina, Tipton and Northern Railroad. The building and business owners tied to the Teague Nelson building served on Salina’s school boards, supported adult education, founded the town library; and contributed to almost every civic service available in their day. Each immigrated to Kansas directly from foreign soil or from eastern states and all left their mark on the city of Salina. The Teague Nelson Building helps to interpret the role of building and business owners in the development of Salina’s downtown and their supporting role in the city’s commerce. The period of significance for the property spans from the original construction in 1886 to 1970.

US Post Office and Federal Building

Picture of property 211 West Iron
Salina (Saline County)
Listed in National Register Jul 18, 1989

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: post office
Architectural Style(s): Moderne
Thematic Nomination: Kansas Post Offices with Artwork

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