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Outhouses, sometimes referred to as "backhouses" or "privies", were once a common sight across America. Made from a variety of materials and from various designs, outhouses functioned as restrooms for those who did not have indoor plumbing. Usuall…
Windmills were once a common sight across the Great Plains and played an important role in the settlement of the American West. Windmills allowed settlers to farm the fertile plains in areas not blessed with abundant streams and rivers. Used prima…
The question of how to encourage further settlement of its western territories and the State of Kansas prompted the Federal Government to create the Homestead Act in 1862. Among the basic requirements of the Homestead Act, a settler had to file a …
This tableterected in honor ofWarren G. HardingPresidentof the United Stateswho spoke in this parkJune 23, 1923
Lest We Forget
In Memoryof All Soldiers and SailorsLoyal to Our Flag
Replaced original 1899 Krous Building, altered 1960, rehabilitated 1988. Housed Jenkins & Sons Music, Jones O'Neal Shoes and now Payton Optical.
Since its original construction, the Highley or Sidlinger Block has always housed a bank or other financial institution.
An early skylight drew Morton Interiors, McInturff Photo Studio and Three Sisters Clothing Store. Site originally was a livery stable.
Altered 1960, rehabilitated 1991. Housed Bussinger Clothiers, Hoagland Clothing, Watson's Clothing and other offices and a boarding house.
Facade added 1925.The European Hotel waslisted in 1909 as occupyingthe upper level.