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Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Depot

Picture of property East Wyatt Earp Blvd.
Dodge City (Ford County)
Listed in National Register 2000-07-14

Architect: James Holland
Category: rail-related



Burr Oak School

Picture of property 776 Kansas Street
Burr Oak (Jewell County)
Listed in National Register 2005-12-06

Architect: Holland, J. C.
Category: education related

Burr Oak was founded in 1871 by A. J. Godfey. The Missouri Pacific Railroad came to town in 1879 causing a surge in growth, and by April 1899, Bur Oak residents voted 260-10 to build a new school building. Architect J. C. Holland of Topeka designed the Burr Oak schoolhouse, which was constructed by J. W. Berry of Jewell at a cost of $7,000. The school opened its doors for classes January 2, 1900. It served as both the high school and grade school until 1916, when a new high school was built. It continued serving grade school students until 1967. It was nominated for its architecture and its association with local education.



Burr Oak United Methodist Church

Picture of property NE corner of Pennsylvania and Washington Streets
Burr Oak (Jewell County)
Listed in National Register 2007-11-28

Architect: Holland, J. C.
Category: religious facility

Built in 1912, the Burr Oak United Methodist Church was nominated as an example of late Victorian-era Richardson Romanesque architecture. The congregation organized in 1873 and held services and meetings in area homes until 1880 when they built their first wood frame church building. The growing congregation voted for a larger more permanent structure by 1910. They hired prominent Kansas architect J. C. Holland, who had designed the Burr Oak School located one block west, to design their new church building.



Clay County Courthouse

Picture of property 5th and Court
Clay Center (Clay County)
Listed in National Register 1973-01-29

Architect: James Holland
Category: courthouse

Situated in the courthouse square in Clay Center, the Clay County Courthouse was constructed in 1900-1901 on land donated by the town's founder. Designed by architect J. C. Holland of Topeka, the courthouse is a two-story, Romanesque-style building with a dominant central clock tower and massive stone masonry. J. C. and H. H. Ziegler and J.T. Dalton of Junction City were contractors with the A. H. Andrews Company of Chicago furnishing the interior. The courthouse was nominated for its architecture.



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.



Jewell County Jail

Picture of property SW Corner, Jct. Of Center and Madison
Mankato (Jewell County)
Listed in National Register 1995-05-12

Architect: Holland, J. C.
Category: correctional facility



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



Junction City Opera House

Picture of property 135 West 7th Street
Junction City (Geary County)
Listed in State Register 2003-11-08

Architect: James Holland
Category: auditorium



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



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