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Franklin County Courthouse

Picture of property Courthouse Square on Main Street
Ottawa (Franklin County)
Listed in National Register 1972-03-17

Architect: George Washburn
Category: courthouse



Harper County Courthouse

Picture of property 200 N Jennings
Anthony (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 1978-11-22

Architect: George P. Washburn
Category: courthouse



Jackson Hotel

Picture of property 139 W Peoria St
Paola (Miami County)
Listed in National Register 2008-07-09

Architect: Washburn, George P.
Category: restaurant; hotel

The Jackson Hotel, built in 1921, is a three-story red brick building located in downtown Paola. This is one of architect George Washburn's later designs and exhibits a restrained Commercial style that is significantly different from his well-known courthouse designs. The Jackson Hotel is nominated for its association with the growth and development of Paola and as a good local example of early 20th-century commercial architecture executed on a hotel.



Kingman County Courthouse

Picture of property 120 Spruce Street
Kingman (Kingman County)
Listed in National Register 1985-09-11

Architect: George Washburn
Category: courthouse



Kirk, Sennett and Bertha, House

Picture of property 145 W 4th Ave
Garnett (Anderson County)
Listed in National Register 2005-11-02

Architect: George P. Washburn
Category: single dwelling

The Sennett and Bertha Kirk House built in 1913, is an example of Colonial Revival architecture. George P. Washburn designed the wood-frame, weatherboard clad residence that includes a front gabled Palladian roof dormer and side-gables with pedimented gable ends. The house is significant as a late example of the design work of Washburn.



Lanter, Franklin R., House

Picture of property 562 West Park
Olathe (Johnson County)
Listed in National Register 2007-10-10

Architect: George P. Washburn
Category: secondary structure; single dwelling

Architect George P. Washburn of Ottawa, Kansas, designed this two-story wood frame house, which was completed in 1901, in the transitional Queen Anne/Free Classic style. The Lanter House displays many of these Free Classical details - most notably the classical columns on the front porch. The house was built for Franklin R. Lanter, an Olathe lumber and coal merchant, who resided there until 1919. The variety of woods used throughout the interior of the home is a direct reflection of Lanter's ties to the lumber business. The flooring, trim, and carved mantels include a wide selection of woods such as curly maple, pine, and oak.



Miami County Courthouse

Picture of property Miami and Silver Streets
Paola (Miami County)
Listed in National Register 1973-03-01

Architect: George Washburn
Category: courthouse



Ottawa High School and Junior High School

Picture of property 526 and 506 South Main Street
Ottawa (Franklin County)
Listed in National Register 2000-10-06

Architect: George Washburn and Son; Washburn and Stookey
Category: school



Ottawa Library

Picture of property 5th and Main
Ottawa (Franklin County)
Listed in National Register 1980-12-01

Architect: George Washburn
Category: library



Paola City Hall

Picture of property 19 E. Peoria Street
Paola (Miami County)
Listed in State Register 2008-08-16

Architect: Washburn, George P.
Category: city hall

Completed in 1921, the Paola City Hall was designed by Ottawa-based architect George Washburn late in his career. Unlike Washburn's many Romanesque-style courthouses, this building reflects a more subdued early 20th-century Classical Revival style. Defining features include a brick façade with subtle quoining at the corners, stone accents at the doors and windows, and an octagonal cupola supported by Classical columns. This building was designed to house the city's governmental offices, police headquarters, and the city's fire trucks - all of which still operate out of the building. The property is nominated for its association with local government history and its architecture.



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