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Mitchell County Courthouse

Picture of property Main and Hersey
Beloit (Mitchell County)
Listed in National Register 1977-11-23

Architect: James Holland
Category: courthouse



Ness County Bank

Picture of property Main and Pennsylvania
Ness City (Ness County)
Listed in National Register 1972-02-23

Architect: James Holland
Category: financial institution



Oak Hill Cemetery

Picture of property 1605 Oak Hill Avenue
Lawrence (Douglas County)
Listed in National Register 2017-07-10

Architect: Holland Wheeler
Category: cemetery

Oak Hill Cemetery was incorporated during a critical moment of identity for the City of Lawrence, Kansas. Still reeling from Quantrill’s Raid, which destroyed much of the fledgling city in 1863, Oak Hill was founded in part to act as a memorial to the citizens killed in the Raid and in part to establish Lawrence as a settled and sophisticated city on the edge of America’s frontier. Oak Hill is significant both for its connection to the Civil War, Bleeding Kansas, and Quantrill’s Raid and for its place in the urban development of Lawrence, Kansas. Furthermore, as a designed public landscape, majorly attributable to the single hand of Holland Wheeler, an important figure in the development of Lawrence, Oak Hill is a masterful example of Rural Cemetery design in the Midwest.



Rice County Courthouse

Picture of property 101 West Commercial Street
Lyons (Rice County)
Listed in National Register 2002-04-26

Architect: James Holland and Son
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



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.



Washington County Jail and Sheriff's Residence

Picture of property 23 Commercial Street
Washington (Washington County)
Listed in National Register 1996-07-19

Architect: James Holland
Category: correctional facility



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