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First Methodist Church -    		Ottawa, Kansas

First Methodist Church - Ottawa, Kansas

Old Depot, Ottawa Kansas

Old Depot, Ottawa Kansas

Paola Free Library, Paola, KS - architect, George Washburn

Paola Free Library, Paola, KS - architect, George Washburn

St. Boniface Catholic Church (1891) -- Scipio, KS -- many of my ancestors buried here

St. Boniface Catholic Church (1891) -- Scipio, KS -- many of my ancestors buried here

The Queen of Ottawa's Victorian Homes! Meticulously restored over the past 3 years. Period tile and stained glass. New 30 X 40 ft garage designed in the style of the home. Huge city lot with room for a Victorian garden. View the Visual Tour to fully appreciate. Brokered And Advertised By: Prestige Real Estate Listing Agent: Bill Schleiter #zillow

534 S Cedar St, Ottawa, KS 66067

The Queen of Ottawa's Victorian Homes! Meticulously restored over the past 3 years. Period tile and stained glass. New 30 X 40 ft garage designed in the style of the home. Huge city lot with room for a Victorian garden. View the Visual Tour to fully appreciate. Brokered And Advertised By: Prestige Real Estate Listing Agent: Bill Schleiter #zillow

Carnegie Cultural Center, Ottawa, Kansas

Carnegie Cultural Center, Ottawa, Kansas

Horace Greeley Museum  -  		Located in the old Greeley County courthouse in Tribune, Kansas

Horace Greeley Museum - Located in the old Greeley County courthouse in Tribune, Kansas

Franklin County, Kansas is flat as an iron, and apart from the grain elevator, the red brick courthouse is the tallest building in the county seat of Ottawa. Like many other courthouses, it has carved in stone the names of all “the boys” who died in the wars of America. It has a section for World War I, a bigger section for W.W.II, Korea, Vietnam, and now two names under Iraq.

Franklin County, Kansas is flat as an iron, and apart from the grain elevator, the red brick courthouse is the tallest building in the county seat of Ottawa. Like many other courthouses, it has carved in stone the names of all “the boys” who died in the wars of America. It has a section for World War I, a bigger section for W.W.II, Korea, Vietnam, and now two names under Iraq.

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