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Coffeyville Municipal Building and Court House

Picture of property 102 W 7th St
Coffeyville (Montgomery County)
Listed in State Register 2016-02-06

Architect: Henderson, Clare (C.A.); Owen, Sayler, & Payson
Category: city hall; courthouse

Completed in 1929, Coffeyville's Municipal Building and Courthouse in Montgomery County, Kansas is significant under Criterion A in the area of Politics/Government and under Criterion C in the area of Architecture. The building is an excellent example of civic architecture of the 1920s. It serves a unique dual function of a city hall and district court in a non-county seat community. The building was distinguished in municipal realms by the fact that it was financed with proceeds from the city's electric and light plant, without a cent of tax dollars -- a fact that was particularly significant given that the building was completed just after the stock market crash in 1929. Designed by Coffeyville architect Clare (C.A.) Henderson, in partnership with consulting architects/engineers Owen, Sayler, and Payson of Kansas City, Missouri, the Classical Revival building maintains a significant degree of historic and architectural integrity. Its interior retains its marble-clad rotunda, terrazzo staircases, coffered plaster ceilings, and pendant light fixtures. The exterior of the building embraces dominant characteristics of the Classical Revival idiom including symmetrical facades with central entrances, a prominent cornice band, massive Doric columns and pilasters, and delicately carved terracotta and stone panels. The period of significance for Coffeyville's Municipal Building and Courthouse begins with its 1929 construction and extends to 1966, the fifty-year threshold established for evaluating historic significance.



Condon National Bank

Picture of property 811 Walnut Street
Coffeyville (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1973-01-12

Architect: Not listed
Category: financial institution



Cook's Hotel

Picture of property 113 West Myrtle
Independence (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 2006-03-08

Architect: Not listed
Category: restaurant; specialty store



Dewlen-Spohnhauer Bridge

Picture of property 1 mile east of Independence on old US 160
Independence (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1983-03-10

Architect: Not listed
Category: road-related



Eastep Site (14MY388)

Picture of property Restricted
Independence (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 2013-01-30

Architect: N/A
Category: archaeological site

The Eastep Site (14MY388) in Montgomery County is significant for its potential to yield significant archeological information about the poorly understood 2,500-year period of profound changes in human adaptation from 1500 BC to AD 1000. It has been determined by archeological investigations in 2009 and 2010 the presence of substantial intact cultural deposits, including dozens of intact burned rock features. Based on the results of these excavations there is a strong likelihood that virtually all of the probable burned rock features are well preserved below the plow zone, along with other features that have yet to be detected. The site has potential for the finding of additional intact archeological deposits relating to the Late Archaic and Woodland periods (1500 BC - AD 1000). This research will help determine the temporal relationship between the various components at the site and refine our understanding of the occupational history.



Elk River Archeological District

Picture of property Address Restricted
Elk City (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1978-09-13

Architect: Not listed
Category: archaeological site



Federal Building - US Post Office

Picture of property 123 North 8th
Independence (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1988-10-19

Architect: Not listed
Category: post office



First Congregational Church

Picture of property 400 N. 9th Street
Independence (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 2014-10-08

Architect: Ashby, George W.
Category: religious facility

The First Congregational Church in Independence is situated on a prominent corner lot along U.S. Highway 75 east of the historic commercial district. Completed in 1911, it is the second house of worship for the local Congregationalists. The building exhibits a rather unique interpretation of the Gothic Revival architectural style. While its crenellated towers, steeply pitched roof, and flattened Gothic arch windows are typical of the style, its quoins and front porch are quite distinctive. Church records attribute the design of the church to Chicago architect George W. Ashby and the construction to Oklahoma-based Clements and Lavery Contractors. Ashby is perhaps best known for his design of schools and residences, many of which were published in the popular catalogs of the Radford Architectural Company. The First Congregational Church was nominated for its local architectural significance.



Hotel Dale (Dale Apartments)

Picture of property 206 W. 8th St.
Coffeyville (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 2008-01-31

Architect: Wiser, A. C. (Shepherd & Wiser)
Category: business; specialty store; multiple dwelling

Built in 1924, the six-story Hotel Dale located at 206 West 8th was Coffeyville's tallest building and served as a first-class business hotel. A.C. Wiser of the Kansas City architectural firm Shepherd and Wiser designed the building in the Italian Renaissance Revival style. Located at one of the "best business corners in Coffeyville", at street-level the building features brick veneered pilasters with ornamented terra cotta columns delineating each storefront bay. Wiser utilized the building's height to accentuate the Coffeyville brick; the entire building is faced in local red brick. The hotel was nominated for its association with community planning and development in early twentieth century Coffeyville.



Independence Bowstring Bridge

Picture of property Burns Street north of Myrtle
Independence (Montgomery County)
Listed in National Register 1990-01-04

Architect: Not listed
Category: road-related



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