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Downtown Manhattan Historic District

Picture of property Generally including the blks bet. Humboldt and Pierre Sts. From 3rd to 5th Sts.
Manhattan (Riley County)
Listed in National Register 2007-10-02

Architect: James Holland, Frank Squires, Boller Brothers, etc
Category: domestic; government office; clinic; communications facility; theater; meeting hall; road-related; commerce

The Downtown Manhattan Historic District is just over six square blocks in area, encompassing historic commercial and civic buildings within the central business district. The buildings in downtown Manhattan interpret the history of the community's permanent commercial development, from the construction of the first business in the 1860s to the development and expansion of an enclosed regional shopping mall in the 1980s and 1990s. This collection of 66 buildings reflects a wide range of architectural styles from vernacular two-part commercial blocks to 1950s modern designs.



Junction City Downtown Historic District

Picture of property Generally Including Both Sides of Washington Avenue, 6-9th Streets
Junction City (Geary County)
Listed in National Register 2006-07-19

Architect: James Holland, Erasmus Carr, Frank Squires, etc.
Category: vacant/not in use; domestic; government office; meeting hall; commerce



Junction City High School (Old)

Picture of property Adams and Sixth
Junction City (Geary County)
Listed in National Register 1981-04-24

Architect: James Holland & Frank Squires
Category: school



Marion County Courthouse

Picture of property southeast corner, Third and Williams
Marion (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 1976-05-28

Architect: James Holland & Frank Squires
Category: courthouse



Riley County Courthouse

Picture of property 100 Courthouse Plaza
Manhattan (Riley County)
Listed in National Register 2005-11-15

Architect: James Holland & Frank Squires
Category: courthouse



Rooks County Courthouse

Picture of property 115 North Walnut Street
Stockton (Rooks County)
Listed in National Register 2002-04-26

Architect: Frank Squires
Category: courthouse

Constructed in 1921-1924, the Rooks County Courthouse is a four-story, brick building with a Bedford limestone veneer and detailing. A dentil cornice accents its flat roof, and Ionic columns, and pilasters define the primary entrance. Designed by architect Frank C. Squires and constructed by Cuthbert and Sons, both of Topeka, it is an example of the Classical Revival-style and replaces an earlier Italianate courthouse (1881). It was nominated as part of the "Historic County Courthouses of Kansas" multiple property listing for its association with local politics and government and for its architecture.



St. John's Lutheran School; Johannes Arms Apartments

Picture of property 315 W 4th St
Topeka (Shawnee County)
Listed in National Register 1985-01-03

Architect: Frank Squires
Category: school



Thomas County Courthouse

Picture of property 300 North Court
Colby (Thomas County)
Listed in National Register 1976-11-21

Architect: James Holland & Frank Squires
Category: courthouse

Built to replace the original wood frame courthouse, the Thomas County Courthouse was constructed in 1906-1907 of red brick. Designed by the architectural firm of James C. Holland and Frank Squires of Topeka, it is Richardsonian Romanesque-style and has a Syrian arch, a design feature of the style, over the main entrance. The contractor was L. Crosby and Son of Kansas City, Missouri and the subcontractor for the steel fixtures was let to Art Metal Construction Company of St. Louis. The building was nominated for its architecture.



Woman's Club Building

Picture of property 420 W 9th St
Topeka (Shawnee County)
Listed in National Register 1982-02-19

Architect: Frank Squires
Category: organizational



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