National Register of Historic Places listings in Sedgwick County, Kansas

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Location of Sedgwick County in Kansas

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Sedgwick County, Kansas.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Sedgwick County, Kansas, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 127 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. One property was once listed, but has since been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 21, 2017.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Frank J. and Harvey J. Ablah House
Frank J. and Harvey J. Ablah House
April 21, 2009
(#09000276)
102–104 N. Pinecrest Ave.
37°41′12″N 97°16′32″W / 37.686706°N 97.275586°W / 37.686706; -97.275586 (Frank J. and Harvey J. Ablah House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 Multiple Property Submission (MPS)
2 Adeline Apartment Building
Adeline Apartment Building
April 18, 2007
(#07000314)
1403 N. Emporia
37°42′36″N 97°20′00″W / 37.71°N 97.333333°W / 37.71; -97.333333 (Adeline Apartment Building)
Wichita designed by Wichita builder Thomas C. Naylor and completed in 1923. This is an early example of a three story garden style apartment. Each floor has three 2-bedroom apartments, two 1-bedroom apartments and an efficiency apartment. Early tenants included a lawyer, oil broker, geologist, and lumberman, along with Thomas Naylor and his family.
3 Administration Building
Administration Building
June 11, 1990
(#90000908)
McConnell AFB
37°37′55″N 97°16′23″W / 37.631944°N 97.273056°W / 37.631944; -97.273056 (Administration Building)
Wichita
4 Allen's Market
Allen's Market
November 21, 2006
(#06001050)
2938 E. Douglas Ave.
37°41′09″N 97°18′07″W / 37.685833°N 97.301944°W / 37.685833; -97.301944 (Allen's Market)
Wichita designed by Wichita architect Glen H. Thomas (1889–1962) and built in 1930 by Henrion Improvement Company.
5 Henry J. Allen House
Henry J. Allen House
March 7, 1973
(#73000775)
255 N. Roosevelt St.
37°41′23″N 97°17′31″W / 37.689722°N 97.291944°W / 37.689722; -97.291944 (Henry J. Allen House)
Wichita designed in 1915 by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1917 for Henry J. Allen, newspaper owner and future Kansas governor and senator. The home is open to the public as the Frank Lloyd Wright Allen-Lambe House Museum.
6 Arkansas Valley Lodge No. 21, Prince Hall Masons
Arkansas Valley Lodge No. 21, Prince Hall Masons
August 24, 1977
(#77000596)
615 N. Main St.
37°41′44″N 97°20′17″W / 37.695556°N 97.338056°W / 37.695556; -97.338056 (Arkansas Valley Lodge No. 21, Prince Hall Masons)
Wichita Completed in 1910, the Black Masonic Hall is the last surviving commercial building of the Black business community which was located on North Main. Windstorm damage caused a third floor to be removed in 1948.
7 Ash-Grove Historic District on East Douglas Avenue Upload image
April 5, 2016
(#16000135)
2100–2330 E. Dougleas Ave. (evens); 114 & 117 N. Madison Ave., 111 N. Spruce St.; 115-117 N. Grove St.
37°41′11″N 97°18′38″W / 37.686254°N 97.310684°W / 37.686254; -97.310684 (Ash-Grove Historic District on East Douglas Avenue)
Wichita
8 Oscar D. and Ida Barnes House Upload image
July 7, 2015
(#15000383)
901 N. Broadway Ave.
37°41′57″N 97°20′08″W / 37.6991°N 97.3356°W / 37.6991; -97.3356 (Oscar D. and Ida Barnes House)
Wichita
9 Battin Apartments Historic District Upload image
July 3, 2012
(#12000389)
1700 S. Elpyco Ave.
37°39′45″N 97°16′38″W / 37.662446°N 97.277167°W / 37.662446; -97.277167 (Battin Apartments Historic District)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
10 Belmont Arches
Belmont Arches
April 10, 2007
(#07000313)
Belmont junction of Central and Douglas
37°41′44″N 97°17′11″W / 37.695556°N 97.286389°W / 37.695556; -97.286389 (Belmont Arches)
Wichita built in 1925, the Classic Revival limestone piers connected with wrought iron arches are located at the intersections of Belmont and Central and Belmont and Douglas.
11 Bitting Building
Bitting Building
February 28, 2012
(#12000046)
107 N. Market St.
37°41′11″N 97°20′13″W / 37.686393°N 97.337056°W / 37.686393; -97.337056 (Bitting Building)
Wichita
12 Bitting Historic District
Bitting Historic District
August 4, 2004
(#04000776)
Generally the 1100 and 1200 blocks of Bitting
37°42′22″N 97°20′54″W / 37.706111°N 97.348333°W / 37.706111; -97.348333 (Bitting Historic District)
Wichita
13 Frank E. Blaser House
Frank E. Blaser House
January 7, 2010
(#09001205)
136 N. Crestway Ave.
37°41′14″N 97°17′06″W / 37.687164°N 97.285122°W / 37.687164; -97.285122 (Frank E. Blaser House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
14 Bond-Sullivan House
Bond-Sullivan House
November 28, 2007
(#07001228)
936 Back Bay Boulevard
37°42′00″N 97°20′37″W / 37.7°N 97.343611°W / 37.7; -97.343611 (Bond-Sullivan House)
Wichita
15 Bowers House
Bowers House
September 15, 2004
(#04000973)
1004 North Market
37°42′02″N 97°20′10″W / 37.700556°N 97.336111°W / 37.700556; -97.336111 (Bowers House)
Wichita
16 Broadview Hotel
Broadview Hotel
June 19, 2009
(#09000460)
400 W. Douglas Ave.
37°41′11″N 97°20′34″W / 37.686389°N 97.342778°W / 37.686389; -97.342778 (Broadview Hotel)
Wichita
17 Broom Corn Warehouse
Broom Corn Warehouse
June 28, 2011
(#11000394)
416 S. Commerce
37°40′56″N 97°19′51″W / 37.682222°N 97.330833°W / 37.682222; -97.330833 (Broom Corn Warehouse)
Wichita
18 Brown Building
Brown Building
October 10, 2007
(#07001069)
105 S. Broadway St.
37°41′09″N 97°20′07″W / 37.685833°N 97.335278°W / 37.685833; -97.335278 (Brown Building)
Wichita
19 Buildings at 800 West Douglas Block
Buildings at 800 West Douglas Block
October 22, 2004
(#04001160)
809, 811, and 815 W. Douglas
37°41′01″N 97°20′59″W / 37.683611°N 97.349722°W / 37.683611; -97.349722 (Buildings at 800 West Douglas Block)
Wichita
20 J. Arch Butts Packard Building
J. Arch Butts Packard Building
July 5, 2011
(#11000410)
1525 E. Douglas Ave.
37°41′10″N 97°19′07″W / 37.686111°N 97.318611°W / 37.686111; -97.318611 (J. Arch Butts Packard Building)
Wichita part of the Roadside Kansas MPS
21 Calvary Baptist Church
Calvary Baptist Church
October 28, 1988
(#88001905)
601 N. Water
37°41′40″N 97°20′27″W / 37.694444°N 97.340833°W / 37.694444; -97.340833 (Calvary Baptist Church)
Wichita built between 1917 and 1920, one of only a few surviving structures of Wichita’s early African American community.
22 B. H. Campbell House
B. H. Campbell House
April 13, 1973
(#73000776)
1155 N. River Boulevard
37°42′16″N 97°21′30″W / 37.704444°N 97.358333°W / 37.704444; -97.358333 (B. H. Campbell House)
Wichita
23 Carey House
Carey House
April 13, 1972
(#72000526)
525 E. Douglas Ave.
37°41′09″N 97°19′53″W / 37.685833°N 97.331389°W / 37.685833; -97.331389 (Carey House)
Wichita
24 Chapman-Noble House
Chapman-Noble House
November 1, 2006
(#06000962)
1230 N. Waco
37°42′27″N 97°20′30″W / 37.7075°N 97.341667°W / 37.7075; -97.341667 (Chapman-Noble House)
Wichita
25 L.W. Clapp House Upload image
June 14, 1982
(#82002668)
1847 Wellington Pl.
37°43′00″N 97°20′22″W / 37.716667°N 97.339444°W / 37.716667; -97.339444 (L.W. Clapp House)
Wichita
26 R.D.W. Clapp House
R.D.W. Clapp House
December 20, 2006
(#06001173)
320 N. Belmont
37°41′34″N 97°17′09″W / 37.692778°N 97.285833°W / 37.692778; -97.285833 (R.D.W. Clapp House)
Wichita
27 College Hill Park Bathhouse
College Hill Park Bathhouse
April 16, 2008
(#08000305)
304 S. Circle Dr.
37°40′55″N 97°17′35″W / 37.681944°N 97.293056°W / 37.681944; -97.293056 (College Hill Park Bathhouse)
Wichita part of the New Deal-Era Resources of Kansas MPS
28 Comley House
Comley House
November 1, 2006
(#06000961)
1137 N. Broadway
37°42′20″N 97°20′09″W / 37.705556°N 97.335833°W / 37.705556; -97.335833 (Comley House)
Wichita
29 Commodore Apartment Hotel
Commodore Apartment Hotel
May 1, 2013
(#13000218)
222 E. Elm St.
601 N. Broadway Ave.

37°41′42″N 97°20′10″W / 37.694974°N 97.336099°W / 37.694974; -97.336099 (Commodore Apartment Hotel)
Wichita
30 Cudahy Packing Plant
Cudahy Packing Plant
September 17, 2012
(#12000390)
2300 N. Broadway St.
37°43′31″N 97°20′00″W / 37.725371°N 97.333247°W / 37.725371; -97.333247 (Cudahy Packing Plant)
Wichita
31 Derby Public School-District 6 Upload image
October 8, 2014
(#14000832)
716 E. Market St.
37°32′40″N 97°15′47″W / 37.5444°N 97.263°W / 37.5444; -97.263 (Derby Public School-District 6)
Derby
32 Dunbar Theatre
Dunbar Theatre
July 2, 2008
(#08000615)
1007 N. Cleveland Ave.
37°42′04″N 97°19′20″W / 37.701111°N 97.322222°W / 37.701111; -97.322222 (Dunbar Theatre)
Wichita part of the Theaters and Opera Houses of Kansas MPS
33 Eagle's Lodge #132
Eagle's Lodge #132
January 31, 2008
(#07001484)
200-202 S. Emporia
37°41′12″N 97°19′58″W / 37.686667°N 97.332778°W / 37.686667; -97.332778 (Eagle's Lodge #132)
Wichita
34 East Douglas Avenue Historic District
East Douglas Avenue Historic District
August 4, 2004
(#04000777)
Roughly bounded by Topeka, Rock Island, 1st, and English Sts.
37°41′14″N 97°19′51″W / 37.687222°N 97.330833°W / 37.687222; -97.330833 (East Douglas Avenue Historic District)
Wichita
35 Ellington Apartment Building Upload image
June 25, 2013
(#13000435)
514 S. Main Street
37°40′50″N 97°20′16″W / 37.68058°N 97.33779°W / 37.68058; -97.33779 (Ellington Apartment Building)
Wichita
36 Ellis-Singleton Building
Ellis-Singleton Building
May 11, 2006
(#06000389)
221 S. Broadway
37°41′03″N 97°20′08″W / 37.684167°N 97.335556°W / 37.684167; -97.335556 (Ellis-Singleton Building)
Wichita
37 Engine House No. 6
Engine House No. 6
February 2, 1995
(#94001623)
1300 S. Broadway
37°40′11″N 97°20′06″W / 37.669722°N 97.335°W / 37.669722; -97.335 (Engine House No. 6)
Wichita
38 Fairmount Apartments
Fairmount Apartments
December 30, 2009
(#09001167)
1702 N. Fairmount Ave.
37°42′50″N 97°17′46″W / 37.713956°N 97.296197°W / 37.713956; -97.296197 (Fairmount Apartments)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
39 Fairmount Congregational Church
Fairmount Congregational Church
November 1, 2006
(#06000963)
1650 N. Fairmount
37°42′55″N 97°17′48″W / 37.715278°N 97.296667°W / 37.715278; -97.296667 (Fairmount Congregational Church)
Wichita
40 Fairmount Cottage
Fairmount Cottage
September 5, 1985
(#85001979)
1717 Fairmount Ave.
37°42′51″N 97°17′46″W / 37.714167°N 97.296111°W / 37.714167; -97.296111 (Fairmount Cottage)
Wichita
41 Fairview Apartments
Fairview Apartments
December 30, 2009
(#09001168)
206 E. 18th St.
37°43′02″N 97°20′11″W / 37.717356°N 97.336467°W / 37.717356; -97.336467 (Fairview Apartments)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
42 J.E. Farmer House
J.E. Farmer House
June 28, 2011
(#11000395)
1301 Cleveland St.
37°42′23″N 97°19′19″W / 37.706389°N 97.321944°W / 37.706389; -97.321944 (J.E. Farmer House)
Wichita part of the African American Resources in Wichita, Kansas MPS
43 Farmer's and Banker's Historic District
Farmer's and Banker's Historic District
October 10, 2007
(#07001070)
1st and Market Sts.
37°41′17″N 97°20′13″W / 37.687928°N 97.336867°W / 37.687928; -97.336867 (Farmer's and Banker's Historic District)
Wichita
44 Fourth National Bank Building Upload image
May 1, 2013
(#13000219)
100–110 N. Market St.
37°41′11″N 97°20′13″W / 37.686318°N 97.336815°W / 37.686318; -97.336815 (Fourth National Bank Building)
Wichita
45 Fresh Air Baby Camp
Fresh Air Baby Camp
November 28, 2007
(#07001229)
1229 W. 11th St.
37°42′15″N 97°21′08″W / 37.704167°N 97.352222°W / 37.704167; -97.352222 (Fresh Air Baby Camp)
Wichita
46 Gelbach House
Gelbach House
May 22, 2002
(#02000545)
1721 Park Place
37°42′52″N 97°20′18″W / 37.714444°N 97.338333°W / 37.714444; -97.338333 (Gelbach House)
Wichita
47 Grace Methodist Episcopal Church
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church
July 12, 2006
(#06000599)
944 S. Topeka
37°40′30″N 97°20′00″W / 37.675°N 97.333333°W / 37.675; -97.333333 (Grace Methodist Episcopal Church)
Wichita
48 Grandview Terrace Apartments Upload image
April 5, 2016
(#16000134)
1736–48 N. Hillside
37°42′54″N 97°17′57″W / 37.715078°N 97.299029°W / 37.715078; -97.299029 (Grandview Terrace Apartments)
Wichita
49 Guldner House
Guldner House
January 7, 2010
(#09001206)
1919 W. Douglas
37°41′01″N 97°21′50″W / 37.683606°N 97.363808°W / 37.683606; -97.363808 (Guldner House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
50 Hayford Buildings
Hayford Buildings
November 2, 1982
(#82000420)
255 N. Market and 115-127 E. 2nd Sts.
37°41′22″N 97°20′09″W / 37.689444°N 97.335833°W / 37.689444; -97.335833 (Hayford Buildings)
Wichita
51 Hillside Cottage
Hillside Cottage
November 21, 1976
(#76000839)
303 Circle Dr.
37°40′59″N 97°17′36″W / 37.683056°N 97.293333°W / 37.683056; -97.293333 (Hillside Cottage)
Wichita
52 Holyoke Cottage
Holyoke Cottage
November 28, 2007
(#07001230)
1704 N. Holyoke
37°42′50″N 97°17′50″W / 37.713889°N 97.297222°W / 37.713889; -97.297222 (Holyoke Cottage)
Wichita
53 Hypatia House
Hypatia House
August 23, 1991
(#91001105)
1215 N. Broadway
37°42′25″N 97°20′08″W / 37.706944°N 97.335556°W / 37.706944; -97.335556 (Hypatia House)
Wichita
54 International Harvester Building
International Harvester Building
January 15, 2003
(#02001702)
355 N. Rock Island Ave/803-811 E. Third St.
37°41′30″N 97°19′41″W / 37.691667°N 97.328056°W / 37.691667; -97.328056 (International Harvester Building)
Wichita
55 C. M. Jackman House
C. M. Jackman House
October 10, 2007
(#07001071)
158 N. Roosevelt
37°41′17″N 97°17′29″W / 37.688056°N 97.291389°W / 37.688056; -97.291389 (C. M. Jackman House)
Wichita
56 Johnson Drug Store Building
Johnson Drug Store Building
April 4, 2007
(#07000254)
2329 E. Central
37°41′43″N 97°18′30″W / 37.695278°N 97.308333°W / 37.695278; -97.308333 (Johnson Drug Store Building)
Wichita
57 Kansas Gas & Electric Company Building Upload image
March 7, 2012
(#12000064)
120 E. 1st St.
37°41′18″N 97°20′14″W / 37.688303°N 97.337227°W / 37.688303; -97.337227 (Kansas Gas & Electric Company Building)
Wichita
58 Keep Klean Building
Keep Klean Building
April 4, 2007
(#07000252)
810 E. Third
37°41′24″N 97°19′41″W / 37.69°N 97.328056°W / 37.69; -97.328056 (Keep Klean Building)
Wichita
59 Kellogg Elementary School
Kellogg Elementary School
January 18, 2011
(#10001141)
1220 E. Kellogg Dr.
37°40′45″N 97°19′23″W / 37.679167°N 97.323056°W / 37.679167; -97.323056 (Kellogg Elementary School)
Wichita part of the Public Schools of Kansas MPS
60 Edward M. Kelly House
Edward M. Kelly House
July 11, 2002
(#02000763)
1711 N. Market St.
37°42′50″N 97°20′12″W / 37.713889°N 97.336667°W / 37.713889; -97.336667 (Edward M. Kelly House)
Wichita
61 Knightley's Parking Garage Upload image
October 11, 2016
(#16000707)
303 S. Broadway
37°41′01″N 97°20′08″W / 37.683531°N 97.335592°W / 37.683531; -97.335592 (Knightley's Parking Garage)
Wichita
62 S. H. Kress Company Building
S. H. Kress Company Building
June 24, 1985
(#85001385)
224 E. Douglas
37°41′11″N 97°20′08″W / 37.686389°N 97.335556°W / 37.686389; -97.335556 (S. H. Kress Company Building)
Wichita
63 Lassen Hotel
Lassen Hotel
October 4, 1984
(#84000108)
Market Ave. and 1st St.
37°41′16″N 97°20′13″W / 37.687778°N 97.336944°W / 37.687778; -97.336944 (Lassen Hotel)
Wichita
64 Governor L. D. Lewelling House
Governor L. D. Lewelling House
June 8, 2005
(#05000547)
1245 N. Broadway
37°42′20″N 97°20′08″W / 37.705556°N 97.335556°W / 37.705556; -97.335556 (Governor L. D. Lewelling House)
Wichita
65 Linwood Park Greenhouse and Maintenance Building
Linwood Park Greenhouse and Maintenance Building
April 16, 2008
(#08000306)
1700 S. Hydraulic St.
37°39′44″N 97°18′57″W / 37.662222°N 97.315833°W / 37.662222; -97.315833 (Linwood Park Greenhouse and Maintenance Building)
Wichita part of the New Deal-Era Resources of Kansas MPS
66 Linwood Place Historic District Upload image
December 3, 2013
(#13000881)
Roughly S. Hydraulic, S. Kansas, S. Minneapolis, & S. Minnesota Aves., Stafford Ct., E. Hodson St.
37°39′16″N 97°18′55″W / 37.65447°N 97.315203°W / 37.65447; -97.315203 (Linwood Place Historic District)
Wichita Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS. The district is a 40-acre property northwest of Wichita's aircraft related industrial district. It consists of Linwood Place Addition and Darrah’s First Addition platted in 1943 and 1949, respectively. The homes are primarily fourplex multi-family residences designed for the workers in the aircraft industry.
67 Chester I. Long House
Chester I. Long House
July 10, 1978
(#78001289)
3401 E. 2nd St.
37°41′26″N 97°17′45″W / 37.690556°N 97.295833°W / 37.690556; -97.295833 (Chester I. Long House)
Wichita
68 Luling's City Laundry
Luling's City Laundry
February 3, 2012
(#11001081)
1730–46 E. Douglas Ave.
37°41′11″N 97°18′57″W / 37.6865°N 97.315942°W / 37.6865; -97.315942 (Luling's City Laundry)
Wichita
69 John Mack Bridge
John Mack Bridge
January 22, 1992
(#91002018)
S. Broadway across the Big Arkansas River
37°38′41″N 97°20′07″W / 37.644722°N 97.335278°W / 37.644722; -97.335278 (John Mack Bridge)
Wichita part of the Rainbow Arch Marsh Arch Bridges of Kansas Thematic Resource (TR)
70 Market Street Cottage
Market Street Cottage
April 18, 2007
(#07000315)
1144 N. Market St.
37°42′22″N 97°21′32″W / 37.706111°N 97.358889°W / 37.706111; -97.358889 (Market Street Cottage)
Wichita
71 McCormick School Upload image
August 30, 1978
(#78001288)
855 S. Martinson
37°40′25″N 97°21′23″W / 37.673611°N 97.356389°W / 37.673611; -97.356389 (McCormick School)
Wichita
72 Elizabeth McLean House
Elizabeth McLean House
June 19, 2009
(#09000461)
2359 N. McLean Boulevard
37°43′32″N 97°23′02″W / 37.72552°N 97.38386°W / 37.72552; -97.38386 (Elizabeth McLean House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
73 Mentholatum Company Building
Mentholatum Company Building
July 11, 2006
(#06000625)
1300 E. Douglas
37°41′11″N 97°19′16″W / 37.686389°N 97.321111°W / 37.686389; -97.321111 (Mentholatum Company Building)
Wichita designed by Wichita architect U. G. Charles and built by the Wurster Construction Company in 1908. It is associated with the founder of Mentholatum, A. A. Hyde.
74 Mohr Barn
Mohr Barn
December 20, 2006
(#06001170)
14920 W. 21st St. N.
37°43′27″N 97°30′50″W / 37.724167°N 97.513889°W / 37.724167; -97.513889 (Mohr Barn)
Wichita
75 Monroe-Mahan House Upload image
June 7, 1996
(#96000583)
1357 S. Broadway
37°40′07″N 97°20′07″W / 37.668611°N 97.335278°W / 37.668611; -97.335278 (Monroe-Mahan House)
Wichita
76 Mullen Court Apartments
Mullen Court Apartments
January 17, 2007
(#06001243)
1140–50 N. Topeka Ave.
37°42′21″N 97°20′03″W / 37.705833°N 97.334167°W / 37.705833; -97.334167 (Mullen Court Apartments)
Wichita
77 Darius Sales Munger House
Darius Sales Munger House
June 14, 1982
(#82002669)
Sim Park
37°41′39″N 97°21′41″W / 37.694167°N 97.361389°W / 37.694167; -97.361389 (Darius Sales Munger House)
Wichita
78 Naomi & Leona Apartment Buildings
Naomi & Leona Apartment Buildings
June 25, 2013
(#13000436)
507-509 South Market Street
37°40′51″N 97°20′14″W / 37.68080°N 97.33720°W / 37.68080; -97.33720 (Naomi & Leona Apartment Buildings)
Wichita
79 Newbern-Gore House
Newbern-Gore House
September 2, 2009
(#09000675)
400 South Roosevelt
37°40′50″N 97°19′29″W / 37.680556°N 97.324722°W / 37.680556; -97.324722 (Newbern-Gore House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
80 Nokomis and Navarre Apartment Buildings Upload image
March 12, 2001
(#01000234)
420–426 N. Topeka Ave.
37°41′32″N 97°20′02″W / 37.692222°N 97.333889°W / 37.692222; -97.333889 (Nokomis and Navarre Apartment Buildings)
Wichita
81 North Market Street Apartments Historic District
North Market Street Apartments Historic District
August 12, 2010
(#10000548)
718, 722, and 730 N. Market St.
37°41′49″N 97°20′11″W / 37.696944°N 97.336389°W / 37.696944; -97.336389 (North Market Street Apartments Historic District)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
82 North Riverside Park Comfort Station Upload image
April 16, 2008
(#08000307)
900 N. Bitting Ave.
37°42′16″N 97°20′54″W / 37.704444°N 97.348333°W / 37.704444; -97.348333 (North Riverside Park Comfort Station)
Wichita part of the New Deal-Era Resources of Kansas MPS
83 North Topeka Avenue-10th Street Historic District
North Topeka Avenue-10th Street Historic District
February 14, 1983
(#83000438)
1165, 1103, 1109, 1113, and 1108 N. Topeka Ave.
37°42′11″N 97°19′59″W / 37.703056°N 97.333056°W / 37.703056; -97.333056 (North Topeka Avenue-10th Street Historic District)
Wichita
84 North Topeka Avenue Apartments Historic District Upload image
April 21, 2009
(#09000277)
625, 630, 631, and 632 N. Topeka Ave.
37°41′45″N 97°20′03″W / 37.695731°N 97.334292°W / 37.695731; -97.334292 (North Topeka Avenue Apartments Historic District)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
85 Occidental Hotel
Occidental Hotel
June 14, 1982
(#82002670)
300 N. Main St.
37°41′18″N 97°20′14″W / 37.688333°N 97.337222°W / 37.688333; -97.337222 (Occidental Hotel)
Wichita
86 Old Mission Mausoleum
Old Mission Mausoleum
May 28, 2009
(#09000352)
3414 E. 21st St.
37°43′22″N 97°17′43″W / 37.72279°N 97.2952°W / 37.72279; -97.2952 (Old Mission Mausoleum)
Wichita
87 Old Sedgwick County Courthouse
Old Sedgwick County Courthouse
May 14, 1971
(#71000327)
504 N. Main St.
37°41′38″N 97°20′13″W / 37.693889°N 97.336944°W / 37.693889; -97.336944 (Old Sedgwick County Courthouse)
Wichita
88 Old Wheeler-Kelly-Hagny Building Upload image
March 11, 1982
(#82002671)
120 S. Market St.
37°41′08″N 97°20′11″W / 37.685556°N 97.336389°W / 37.685556; -97.336389 (Old Wheeler-Kelly-Hagny Building)
Wichita
89 Orpheum Theater and Office Building
Orpheum Theater and Office Building
November 28, 1980
(#80001473)
200 N. Broadway St.
37°41′11″N 97°20′05″W / 37.686389°N 97.334722°W / 37.686389; -97.334722 (Orpheum Theater and Office Building)
Wichita
90 Park Place-Fairview Historic District Upload image
August 4, 2004
(#04000778)
Roughly Park Place and Fairview Aves. between 13th and 17th Sts. and Wellington Place
37°42′53″N 97°20′22″W / 37.714722°N 97.339444°W / 37.714722; -97.339444 (Park Place-Fairview Historic District)
Wichita
91 Penley House
Penley House
November 4, 2009
(#09000877)
3400 Penley Dr.
37°40′10″N 97°17′48″W / 37.669392°N 97.296622°W / 37.669392; -97.296622 (Penley House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
92 Powell House
Powell House
November 4, 2009
(#09000676)
330 N. Crestway
37°41′27″N 97°17′06″W / 37.690697°N 97.285136°W / 37.690697; -97.285136 (Powell House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
93 Pryor House
Pryor House
July 8, 2009
(#09000499)
263 S. Pershing
37°40′56″N 97°16′59″W / 37.682319°N 97.283167°W / 37.682319; -97.283167 (Pryor House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
94 Riverside Cottage
Riverside Cottage
February 23, 1989
(#88002824)
901 Spaulding Ave.
37°41′58″N 97°21′12″W / 37.699444°N 97.353333°W / 37.699444; -97.353333 (Riverside Cottage)
Wichita
95 Riverview Apartments
Riverview Apartments
July 11, 2002
(#02000765)
404-408 Back Bay Boulevard
37°41′56″N 97°20′32″W / 37.698889°N 97.342222°W / 37.698889; -97.342222 (Riverview Apartments)
Wichita
96 Roberts House
Roberts House
April 16, 2008
(#08000308)
235 N. Roosevelt St.
37°41′22″N 97°17′33″W / 37.689444°N 97.2925°W / 37.689444; -97.2925 (Roberts House)
Wichita
97 Rock Island Depot
Rock Island Depot
April 23, 1973
(#73000777)
729 E. Douglas St.
37°40′36″N 97°19′44″W / 37.676667°N 97.328889°W / 37.676667; -97.328889 (Rock Island Depot)
Wichita
98 Scottish Rite Temple
Scottish Rite Temple
May 5, 1972
(#72000527)
Northwestern corner of 1st St. at Topeka
37°41′18″N 97°20′03″W / 37.688333°N 97.334167°W / 37.688333; -97.334167 (Scottish Rite Temple)
Wichita
99 Sedgwick County Memorial Hall and Soldiers and Sailors Monument
Sedgwick County Memorial Hall and Soldiers and Sailors Monument
November 20, 1998
(#98001359)
510 N. Main
37°41′38″N 97°20′15″W / 37.693889°N 97.3375°W / 37.693889; -97.3375 (Sedgwick County Memorial Hall and Soldiers and Sailors Monument)
Wichita
100 Sim Park Golf Course Tee Shelters
Sim Park Golf Course Tee Shelters
April 16, 2008
(#08000309)
2020 W. Murdock St.
37°41′52″N 97°21′48″W / 37.697778°N 97.363333°W / 37.697778; -97.363333 (Sim Park Golf Course Tee Shelters)
Wichita part of the New Deal-Era Resources of Kansas MPS
101 Smyser House
Smyser House
May 21, 2009
(#09000353)
931 Buffum Ave.
37°42′00″N 97°21′16″W / 37.69994°N 97.35441°W / 37.69994; -97.35441 (Smyser House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
102 St. Mark Church
St. Mark Church
May 1, 1991
(#91000463)
19230 W. 29th St., N.
37°44′11″N 97°33′49″W / 37.736292°N 97.563484°W / 37.736292; -97.563484 (St. Mark Church)
Colwich
103 Stackman Court Apartments
Stackman Court Apartments
November 29, 1991
(#91001741)
1207 Franklin Ave.
37°42′29″N 97°21′09″W / 37.708056°N 97.3525°W / 37.708056; -97.3525 (Stackman Court Apartments)
Wichita
104 William Sternberg House
William Sternberg House
May 24, 1989
(#89000387)
1065 N. Waco
37°42′06″N 97°20′35″W / 37.701667°N 97.343056°W / 37.701667; -97.343056 (William Sternberg House)
Wichita
105 Stoner Apartment Building
Stoner Apartment Building
April 4, 2007
(#07000253)
938-940 North Market
37°42′00″N 97°20′10″W / 37.7°N 97.336111°W / 37.7; -97.336111 (Stoner Apartment Building)
Wichita
106 Sunnyside School
Sunnyside School
January 18, 2011
(#10001143)
3003 E. Kellogg St.
37°40′44″N 97°18′05″W / 37.678889°N 97.301389°W / 37.678889; -97.301389 (Sunnyside School)
Wichita part of the Public Schools of Kansas MPS
107 Topeka–Emporia Historic District Upload image
August 4, 2004
(#04000779)
Roughly N. Topeka and Emporia Aves. between 10th and 13th Sts.
37°42′27″N 97°20′01″W / 37.7075°N 97.333611°W / 37.7075; -97.333611 (Topeka–Emporia Historic District)
Wichita
108 Union National Bank Building
Union National Bank Building
February 3, 2012
(#11001082)
104 S. Broadway St.
37°41′09″N 97°20′07″W / 37.685725°N 97.335314°W / 37.685725; -97.335314 (Union National Bank Building)
Wichita part of the African American Resources in Wichita, Kansas MPS
109 University Hall, Friends University
University Hall, Friends University
February 24, 1971
(#71000328)
2100 University Ave.
37°40′41″N 97°21′57″W / 37.678056°N 97.365833°W / 37.678056; -97.365833 (University Hall, Friends University)
Wichita Formerly Garfield University, in 1898 the then unoccupied building and surrounding lots was purchased by James M. Davis, a St. Louis businessman, who offered the property to the Kansas Society of Friends. Friends University opened its doors in September of 1898. The first fall enrollment was 52 students.
110 US Post Office and Federal Building-Wichita
US Post Office and Federal Building-Wichita
July 18, 1989
(#89000792)
401 N. Market
37°41′30″N 97°20′18″W / 37.691667°N 97.338333°W / 37.691667; -97.338333 (US Post Office and Federal Building-Wichita)
Wichita
111 W.O. Van Arsdale House Upload image
July 8, 2009
(#09000500)
201 N. Broadview
37°41′17″N 97°20′08″W / 37.687953°N 97.335589°W / 37.687953; -97.335589 (W.O. Van Arsdale House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
112 Victor Court Apartments
Victor Court Apartments
June 27, 2014
(#14000350)
140 N. Hydraulic Ave.
37°41′15″N 97°19′00″W / 37.6874°N 97.3167°W / 37.6874; -97.3167 (Victor Court Apartments)
Wichita
113 Virginia Apartment Building Upload image
March 12, 2001
(#01000233)
401-405 E. Third St.
37°41′28″N 97°20′02″W / 37.691111°N 97.333889°W / 37.691111; -97.333889 (Virginia Apartment Building)
Wichita
114 Judge T. B. Wall House
Judge T. B. Wall House
August 11, 1983
(#83000439)
622 N. St. Francis Ave
37°41′48″N 97°19′52″W / 37.696667°N 97.331111°W / 37.696667; -97.331111 (Judge T. B. Wall House)
Wichita
115 Westside IOOF Lodge Upload image
May 1, 2013
(#13000220)
928–930 W. Douglas Ave.
37°41′03″N 97°21′06″W / 37.684210°N 97.351551°W / 37.684210; -97.351551 (Westside IOOF Lodge)
Wichita
116 Wichita City Carnegie Library Building
Wichita City Carnegie Library Building
June 25, 1987
(#87000971)
220 S. Main
37°41′14″N 97°20′21″W / 37.687222°N 97.339167°W / 37.687222; -97.339167 (Wichita City Carnegie Library Building)
Wichita part of the Carnegie Libraries of Kansas TR
117 Wichita City Hall
Wichita City Hall
May 14, 1971
(#71000329)
204 S. Main St.
37°41′05″N 97°20′15″W / 37.684722°N 97.3375°W / 37.684722; -97.3375 (Wichita City Hall)
Wichita
118 Wichita High School Upload image
October 8, 2009
(#09000811)
324 N. Emporia
37°41′28″N 97°19′57″W / 37.690997°N 97.332597°W / 37.690997; -97.332597 (Wichita High School)
Wichita part of the Public Schools of Kansas MPS
119 Wichita Historic Warehouse and Jobbers District Upload image
November 21, 2003
(#03001172)
Bounded by the elevated railroad tracks, Douglas and Washington Aves. and 2nd St.
37°41′14″N 97°19′35″W / 37.687222°N 97.326389°W / 37.687222; -97.326389 (Wichita Historic Warehouse and Jobbers District)
Wichita
120 Wichita Veterans Administration Hospital
Wichita Veterans Administration Hospital
May 24, 2012
(#12000303)
5500 E. Kellogg Ave.
37°40′52″N 97°16′26″W / 37.681231°N 97.27397°W / 37.681231; -97.27397 (Wichita Veterans Administration Hospital)
Wichita part of the United States Second Generation Veterans Hospitals MPS
121 Wichita Wholesale Grocery Company
Wichita Wholesale Grocery Company
August 11, 1983
(#83000440)
619 E. William St.
37°41′05″N 97°19′49″W / 37.684722°N 97.330278°W / 37.684722; -97.330278 (Wichita Wholesale Grocery Company)
Wichita
122 Grace Wilkie House
Grace Wilkie House
May 6, 2009
(#09000278)
4230 E. English St.
37°41′04″N 97°17′08″W / 37.684308°N 97.285675°W / 37.684308; -97.285675 (Grace Wilkie House)
Wichita
123 Wilson-Boyle House
Wilson-Boyle House
April 15, 2011
(#11000194)
225 N. Roosevelt St.
37°41′21″N 97°17′33″W / 37.689167°N 97.2925°W / 37.689167; -97.2925 (Wilson-Boyle House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
124 Fred D. Wilson House
Fred D. Wilson House
July 6, 2010
(#10000428)
205 North Pershing
37°41′18″N 97°16′58″W / 37.688333°N 97.282778°W / 37.688333; -97.282778 (Fred D. Wilson House)
Wichita Architect and builder John C. Neely, Jr. built this Prairie-style house in 1929 in the College Hill neighborhood for Fred D. Wilson, banker and real estate developer.
125 Winders Historic District Upload image
July 8, 2009
(#09000498)
1038–1040, 1044, and 1045 S. Topeka Ave.
37°40′25″N 97°20′03″W / 37.673511°N 97.334208°W / 37.673511; -97.334208 (Winders Historic District)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
126 Woodburn House Upload image
September 2, 2009
(#09000677)
574 North Brookfield
37°41′43″N 97°15′20″W / 37.695278°N 97.255694°W / 37.695278; -97.255694 (Woodburn House)
Wichita part of the Residential Resources of Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas 1870–1957 MPS
127 Woolf Brothers Clothing Company
Woolf Brothers Clothing Company
May 1, 2013
(#13000221)
135 E. Douglas Ave.
37°41′08″N 97°20′14″W / 37.685682°N 97.337118°W / 37.685682; -97.337118 (Woolf Brothers Clothing Company)
Wichita

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 McClinton Market
McClinton Market
June 28, 2011
(#11000396)
July 7, 2015
1205 East 12th, N.
37°42′22″N 97°19′27″W / 37.706111°N 97.324167°W / 37.706111; -97.324167 (McClinton Market)
Wichita part of the African American Resources in Wichita, Kansas MPS

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 21, 2017.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.