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This property has beenplaced on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior Historic Topeka Inc.Preservation Award1994
This tablet was erected bythe State of Kansasto the memory ofCharles Henry Chandlerthe designer of this buildingState ArchitectMCMIX - MCMXVIII
To Commemorate the Achievements of the Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas [The historical content is evident in the sculpture and reliefs]
With the faith and courage oftheir forefathers who madepossible the freedom of theseUnited States The Boy Scouts of America dedicate this copy of theStatue of Liberty as a pledgeof everlasting fidelity andloyalty 40th Anniversary Crusade …
The first major office building in Topeka was erected on this corner in 1857-1858. It was known as the Ritchie Block and in the structure in 1861 the Executive Offices and the Senate Chamber of the new State of Kansas were first established. Fi…
Home of Charles CurtisVice PresidentUnited States 1928-1932 The Charles CurtisHouse - 1878
has been placed on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the InteriorNovember 1, 2006and on theRegister ofHistoric Kansas Placesby the State of KansasAugust 26, 2006—————Constructed b…
Former students who gave their livesin the World War 1917 - 1918 Victor Blakely · Robert MeltonWilliam Bolinger · Harold OlsonCrosby Deacon · Lyman RiceKenneth Sutherland
This flagstaffwas the lower foreyardof theU.S.S. Constitution"Old Ironsides"Launched at Boston October 21-1797 Presented toTopeka High SchoolbyThe United States Navy1930
[Honor Roll of Names by County] The Korean War 1950-1953[Map and Chronology] Freedom's FlagIt is the Soldier, not the Reporter,who has given us Freedom of the Press.It is the Soldier, not the Poet,who has given us Freedom of Speech. It is…