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  • II. HISTORIC DISTRICTS

    1. Huron Place Historic District, 1843 et seq. North 6th Street to North 7th Street Trafficway, Minnesota Avenue to Ann Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas Kansas City, Kansas Historic District: December 1, 1983 including (but not limited to):

    a. Huron Indian Cemetery (Wyandot National Burying Ground), 1843 et

    seq. North 7th Street Trafficway and Minnesota Avenue Eugene Buchanan, Architect (1978-79 improvements) Register of Historic Kansas Places: July 1, 1977 National Register of Historic Places: September 3, 1971

    b. Huron Park and Seminary Place, 1857 (improvements 1907, 1934)

    North 6th Street and Ann Avenue John H. Millar and Bro., Surveyors (1857) Henry Wright for George E. Kessler, Landscape Architect (1907 improvements)

    c. Scottish Rite Temple, 1908-09

    803 North 7th Street Trafficway W. W. Rose, Architect Kansas City, Kansas Historic Landmark: December 1, 1983 Register of Historic Kansas Places: May 4, 1985 National Register of Historic Places: September 11, 1985

    d. Bus Stop, 1970

    817 North 7th Street Trafficway Charles W. Moore, Architect (Demolished without review, April 2002)

    e. Getty Building, 1922-23

    819 North 7th Street Trafficway J. G. Braecklein, Architect

    f. Federal Reserve Life Insurance Company Building, 1922-23

    825 North 7th Street Trafficway J. G. Braecklein, Architect

    g. Gibraltar Savings and Loan, circa 1924

    901 North 7th Street Trafficway Architect unknown

    h. R. K. Stiles & Co. Real Estate, 1920 and 1924

    903 North 7th Street Trafficway Architect unknown J. G. Braecklein, Architect (2nd floor only, 1924)

    (Second floor altered without review, 2003)

    i. Bloomquist & Sons Tailors, 1921 905 North 7th Street Trafficway Architect unknown (private plans) (Demolished by order of the Unified Government Board of Commissioners, 1999.)

    http://www.wycokck.org/static/planning.zoning/History2007/HURONPLACE.doc

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    j. Elks Club Building (Huron Building), 1922-24 905-907-909 North 7th Street Trafficway W. S. Frank (St. Louis), Architect J. G. Braecklein, Associate Architect Kansas City, Kansas Historic Landmark: June 28, 1983 Register of Historic Kansas Places: February 25, 1984 National Register of Historic Places: July 5, 1984 (Demolished by order of the Unified Government Board of Commissioners, 1999.)

    k. Peoples National Bank (Security National Bank) Building, 1901-02, 1924

    and 1938-39 655 Minnesota Avenue Architect unknown Charles A. Smith, Architect (1924 remodeling) Charles E. Keyser, Architect (1938 remodeling) (Demolished by order of the Unified Government Board of Commissioners, 1999.)

    l. Old Kansas City, Kansas City Hall, 1910-11, 1929-30, 1938

    805 North 6th Street Rose and Peterson, Architects (first phase) Charles E. Keyser, Architect (second phase) Joseph W. Radotinsky, Architect (1938 jail addition) Register of Historic Kansas Places: November 23, 1985 National Register of Historic Places: April 25, 1986

    m. Kansas City, Kansas Fire Headquarters, 1929-30

    815 North 6th Street Charles E. Keyser, Architect Register of Historic Kansas Places: November 23, 1985 National Register of Historic Places: April 25, 1986

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    2. Quindaro and Western University Historic District, 1850 et seq. Vicinity of North 27th Street and Sewell Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas Kansas City, Kansas Historic District: March 1, 1984; addition January 6, 2005 including (but not limited to):

    a. Brown/Blachly Residence, circa 1850

    3464 North 26th Street Builder unknown

    b. Quindaro Townsite Archaeological District, 1857-1862

    Vicinity of North 27th Street and the Missouri Pacific Railroad tracks Multiple builders Register of Historic Kansas Places: February 23, 2002 National Register of Historic Places: May 22, 2002

    c. Quindaro Park, 1857

    North 32nd Street to North 34th Street and Parkview Avenue to Sewell Avenue Owen A. Bassett, Surveyor

    d. Elisha Sortor Residence II, circa 1871 3415 Delavan Avenue Builder unknown

    e. John Brown Statue, 1911 North 27th Street and Sewell Avenue Sculptor unknown

    f. W. B. Kennedy Residence, 1911

    2725 Sewell Avenue Architect unknown

    g. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, 1914

    3421 North 29th Street Architect unknown

    h. Dr. H. T. Kealing Residence, 1916

    2805 Sewell Avenue Architect unknown (Demolished by order of the Chief Building Inspector, 1995.)

    i. Bishop William T. Vernon Residence, 1918

    2715 Sewell Avenue Architect unknown (Demolished 2001)

    j. Bob Ransom Residence, 1922

    2821 Sewell Avenue Architect unknown

    k. Vernon Elementary School (Vernon Multi-purpose Center), 1935-36

    2700 (sic) Sewell Avenue (3436 North 27th Street) Joseph W. Radotinsky, Architect Register of Historic Kansas Places: August 21, 2004

    http://www.wycokck.org/static/planning.zoning/History2007/QUINDARO.doc

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    3. Lake of the Forest Historic District, 1888-1934 K-32 Highway .9 miles west of Edwardsville, Bonner Springs, Kansas Register of Historic Kansas Places: May 23, 1995 National Register of Historic Places: January 22, 1996 including (but not limited to):

    a. Forest Lake (originally Lake Evelyn), 1888

    b. Island, circa 1888

    c. Oldest stone retaining wall, circa 1888 and circa 1913

    Union Pacific Railroad Company (1888) C. A. Chandler, Landscape Architect (1913)

    d. Stonework at entrance to complex, circa 1911

    C. A. Chandler, Landscape Architect

    e. Gatehouse, circa 1911 C. A. Chandler, Landscape Architect

    f. Caretaker's Residence, circa 1911

    C. A. Chandler, Landscape Architect

    g. Stone staircase, circa 1913-15 C. A. Chandler, Landscape Architect

    h. Lake of the Forest Clubhouse, 1917

    Architect unknown

    i. Pumphouse, circa 1918 Builder unknown

    j. Fountain, circa 1934

    Designer unknown

    Only commonly held resources have been listed at this time, although some of the residences surrounding the lake are considered to be National Register eligible.

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    4. Parkwood Historic District, 1908 et seq. North 9th Street to North 11th Street, Quindaro Boulevard to Brown Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas Sid J. Hare, Planner and Landscape Architect Kansas City, Kansas Historic District: August 25, 1988 including (but not limited to):

    a. Lapier Williams Residence, 1909

    2801 Parkwood Boulevard Architect unknown

    b. Charles W. Baker Residence, 1910

    2809 Parkwood Boulevard Architect unknown

    c. Orrin W. Shepard Residence, 1912

    1007 Laurel Avenue Architect unknown

    d. Charles E. Abraham Residence, 1916

    2800 Parkwood Boulevard J. G. Braecklein, Architect

    e. John G. Braecklein Residence, 1916-17

    1000 Quindaro Boulevard J. G. Braecklein, Architect

    f. J. H. Groene Residence, 1921

    2901 Parkwood Boulevard Architect unknown

    g. Henry F. Schaible Residence, 1921

    1004 Quindaro Boulevard J. G. Braecklein, Architect

    h. John L. Sartin Residence, 1923

    1055 Laurel Avenue Architect unknown

    i. Parkwood Park Shelter Building, 1923, 1971

    Vicinity of North 10th Street and Kimball Avenue J. G. Braecklein, Architect Buchanan and Winters, Architects (1971 remodeling)

    j. Parkwood Park Footbridge, circa 1923, 1971

    Vicinity of North 10th Street and Kimball Avenue Hare and Hare, Landscape Architects Buchanan and Winters, Architects (1971 remodeling)

    k. John Richeson Residence, 1934

    3006 North 10th Street Architect unknown

    http://www.wycokck.org/static/planning.zoning/History2004/parkwood.pdf

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    5. Hanover Heights Historic District, 1912-1930 State Line Road to Rainbow Boulevard, Olathe Boulevard to West 43rd Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas Register of Historic Kansas Places: December 2, 1989 National Register of Historic Places: May 17, 1990 including (but not limited to):

    a. Edward J. Thies Residence, 1912

    4130 Cambridge Street Architect unknown

    b. Dr. Worth W. Woody Residence, 1914

    4130 Eaton Street Architect unknown

    c. William P. Faulkner Residence I, 1916

    4170 Eaton Street William P. Faulkner, Builder

    d. William P. Faulkner Residence II, 1919

    4168 Eaton Street William P. Faulkner, Builder

    e. Charles C. Ehlers Residence, 1919

    4142 Eaton Street Architect unknown

    f. Henry Thies Residence II, 1920

    1910 West 41st Avenue Architect unknown

    g. Dr. Paul James O'Connell Residence, 1921

    4178 Cambridge Street William P. Faulkner, Builder

    h. Leona L. Holt Residence, 1921

    4171 Eaton Street William P. Faulkner, Builder

    i. George Liddle Residence, 1922

    4156 Cambridge Street Architect unknown

    j. Judge Louis R. Gates Residence, 1922-23

    4146 Cambridge Street Clarence E. Shepard, Architect Kansas City, Kansas Historic Landmark: August 26, 1982 Register of Historic Kansas Places: July 3, 1979 National Register of Historic Places: December 1, 1980

    http://www.wycokck.org/static/planning.zoning/History2004/HANOVERHEIGHTS.pdf

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    6. Westheight Manor Historic District, 1915-16 et seq. North 18th Street to North 25th Street, State Avenue to Wood Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas Hare and Hare, Planners and Landscape Architects Register of Historic Kansas Places: July 1, 1977; expansion approved August 10, 1981 National Register of Historic Places: March 26, 1975; expansion approved February 19, 1982 including (but not limited to):

    a. Site of the Church-in-the-Wilderness, 1844

    Vicinity of North 22nd Street and Washington Boulevard

    b. Hanford L. Kerr Residence, circa 1886 2310 Washington Boulevard Architect unknown

    c. Taylor/Fife Residence, 1889

    2014 Washington Boulevard Architect unknown

    d. Jesse A. Hoel Residence, 1915-16

    2108 Washington Boulevard Louis S. Curtiss, Architect

    e. Westheight Manor Entry Markers, circa 1916

    North 18th Street and Washington Boulevard Architect unknown (Louis S. Curtiss?)

    f. Thomas M. Torson Residence I, 1919

    1900 Nebraska Avenue Architect unknown

    g. William C. Rickel Residence, 1919

    2000 Washington Avenue Louis S. Curtiss, Architect

    h. Harry G. Miller, Sr. Residence, 1920-21

    2204 Washington Boulevard Louis S. Curtiss, Architect Fred S. Wilson, Supervising Architect

    i. Harry M. Winkler Residence, 1921

    1915 Washington Avenue Architect unknown (Louis S. Curtiss?)

    j. Thomas M. Torson Residence II, 1922-23

    2300 Washington Boulevard Victor J. DeFoe/DeFoe and Carroll, Architects

    k. Fred Robertson Residence, 1922-23

    2219 Washington Boulevard Victor J. DeFoe and Maurice Carroll, Associated Architects

    http://www.wycokck.org/static/planning.zoning/History2004/WESTHEIGHTMANOR.pdf

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    l. William W. Rose Residence, 1922-23 2001 Washington Boulevard Rose and Peterson, Architects

    m. C. K. Wells and C. H. Haren Residences, 1924

    2101 and 2103 Washington Boulevard Victor J. DeFoe, Architect

    n. Westminister Court, 1924

    North 24th Street and Nebraska Avenue Courtland Van Brunt and Edward Buehler Delk, Associated Architects Fred S. Wilson, Engineer

    o. "The Ideal Home"/Guy Stanley Residence, 1925-26

    2335 Washington Boulevard Charles E. Keyser, Architect

    p. St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church, 1925-27 and 1954-56

    1300 North 18th Street A. K. Mosley (Troy, N. Y.), Architect (first phase) David Mackie, Architect (second phase)

    q. Dr. Merle G. Parrish Residence, 1938

    1823 Washington Boulevard Cecil E. Cooper, Architect

    r. Central Christian Church, 1938-40

    1800 Washington Boulevard Felt and Kriehn, Architects A. F. Wicks (Indianapolis), Consulting Architect

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    7. Fairfax Hills Historic District (Fairfax Hills Garden Apartments), 1944-45 Parkwood Boulevard to North 12th Street, Brown Avenue to The Esplanade, Kansas City, Kansas Hare and Hare, Planners and Landscape Architects George Metz (Wichita), Architect W. L. Cassell, Mechanical Engineer Register of Historic Kansas Places: May 4, 2007 National Register of Historic Places: pending Including (but not limited to): 48 apartment buildings

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