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St. Mary's Catholic Church

Picture of property 446 KS 137
Purcell (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 2001-04-25

Architect: J.H. Bennet
Category: religious facility

St. Mary's Catholic Church, built in 1896, is located in the southwest corner of Doniphan County in Union Township. The church remains as the core of a religious complex that once included a rectory, a combination school and residence for teachers, and a combination parish hall and gymnasium. The red brick building includes a limestone foundation, pointed arch windows, and a buttressed central tower crowned by a steeple. These and other details make the St. Mary's Catholic Church and excellent example of the late Gothic Revival style.



Streib, John, Barn

Picture of property .5 mile north of Leona
Leona (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 1987-05-07

Architect: unknown
Category: agricultural outbuilding

The John Streib Barn was built in 1890. The building is L-shaped, has a stone foundation, wood lap siding, and features a full byre under each section. It originally functioned as a mixed use barn. This barn was nominated as one of the 18 Byre and Bluff barns of Doniphan County. A common feature of these barns is that at least one side of each barn's foundation is embedded in an earthen bank or bluff. These barns are an example of vernacular architecture built to take advantage of the hilly topography of the county and are significant for their relative rarity and architecture.



Symns, J.A., Barn

Picture of property 9 miles southwest of Troy
Troy (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 1987-05-07

Architect: unknown
Category: animal facility

The J.A. Symns Barn was built in 1880 near Bendena. The three-bay barn has a central entrance, horizontal lap siding, a full byre, limestone foundation, and asphalt shingled gable roof. This barn was originally constructed as a cattle barn. It was was nominated as one of the 18 Byre and Bluff barns of Doniphan County. A common feature of these barns is that at least one side of each barn's foundation is embedded in an earthen bank or bluff. These barns are an example of vernacular architecture built to take advantage of the hilly topography of the county and are significant for their relative rarity and architecture.



Wathena Fruit Growers' Association Building

Picture of property 104 Third Street
Wathena (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 2009-12-17

Architect: Wagenknecht, Henry, builder
Category: commerce

The Wathena Fruit Growers' Association Building was built in 1909 in downtown Wathena. The building is located near the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific and the St. Joseph and Grand Island railroad lines that allowed farmers to ship their produce to markets west, northwest, and southwest of Wathena. The two-story Commercial-style building served as a central meeting place for the fruit growers who worked for a consistent and fair market in which to sell their produce. The association owned the building until 1945 when it was sold to the Farmers' State Bank. The building was nominated for its association with local commerce, the fruit industry in Doniphan County, and as a good local example of early 20th century Commercial-style architecture.



White (T.L.) Barn

Picture of property 9 miles southwest of Troy
Troy (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 1987-05-07

Architect: unknown
Category: animal facility

The T.L. White Barn was built in 1927 near Bendena. The barn features a central entrance with a full byre, poured concrete foundation, and a gambrel roof. This structure was originally constructed as a stock barn. It was nominated as one of the 18 Byre and Bluff barns of Doniphan County. A common feature of these barns is that at least one side of each barn's foundation is embedded in an earthen bank or bluff. These barns are an example of vernacular architecture built to take advantage of the hilly topography of the county and are significant for their relative rarity and architecture.



White Cloud Historic District

Picture of property roughly bounded by Poplar, 6th, Chestnut Sts. And KS7
White Cloud (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 1996-06-28

Architect: Erasmus T. Carr; Bowers; Walefield & Co.;
Category: commercial district

White Cloud Historic District is located in the historic commercial district of the small town of White Cloud, which is situated on the high bluffs overlooking the Missouri River. The district contains sixty-seven contributing resources that represent the development of the town since 1850. This district includes not only the historic main street, but surrounding churches and residences as well. The district is an excellent example of a historic river town in Kansas.



White Cloud School

Picture of property Southwest corner of Fifth and Main Streets
White Cloud (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 1973-04-13

Architect: Erasmus T. Carr
Category: school

The White Cloud School was built between 1872 and 1873. The two-story building features a red brick exterior with a hipped roof intercepted by a full-height, front-facing gabled bay. There is a central wood-frame bell tower with louvered arched openings. This Italianate-style building was designed by one of Kansas' earliest professional architects, Erasmus T. Carr.



Williams, M.D.L., Barn

Picture of property 5.5 miles southwest of Bendena
Bendena (Doniphan County)
Listed in National Register 1987-05-07

Architect: unknown
Category: agricultural outbuilding

The M.D.L. Williams Barn was built in 1901 near Bendena. The wood-frame building features three bays, a central entrance, horizontal lap siding, a partial byre, limestone foundation and gambrel roof. The barn was originally constructed for mixed uses. It was nominated as one of the 18 Byre and Bluff barns of Doniphan County. A common feature of these barns is that at least one side of each barn's foundation is embedded in an earthen bank or bluff. These barns are an example of vernacular architecture built to take advantage of the hilly topography of the county and are significant for their relative rarity and architecture.



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