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Wolf Hotel

Picture of property 104 E Santa Fe
Ellinwood (Barton County)
Listed in National Register 2002-11-07

Architect: S.S. Voigt
Category: hotel

Constructed in 1894, the Wolf Hotel is a two-story, brick Italianate commercial building. First owned by John Wolf, a respected local businessman, the local newspaper reported the daily construction activities until it opened in August 1894 for business. It was a well-used establishment with a restaurant frequented by both locals and travelers. Wolf’s son Fred took over ownership when his father died and constructed the 1923 addition, which was designed by Wichita architect S.S. Voigt in the Mission style. The property is significant for its association with the Wolfs and commerce in Ellinwood and for its architecture.



Wolf Park Band Shell

Picture of property Lots 12 & 13, Block 2, 200 Block N Main
Ellinwood (Barton County)
Listed in National Register 2003-08-04

Architect: Mann and Company
Category: music facility; outdoor recreation

In August of 1930, Ellinwood businessman Fred Wolf deeded land to the City of Ellinwood with the provision that it be used and maintained as a public park. Mann and Company Architects of Hutchinson designed the band shell with construction beginning in January 1931 by Young Construction, also of Hutchinson. The band shell is blond brick construction with Art Deco detailing. In 1938 a concrete apron was placed in front of the stage area to accommodate larger orchestras. The band shell is significant for its association with the growth and development of Ellinwood.



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