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Bankers Loan and Trust Company

Picture of property 517 Broadway
Concordia (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 1977-11-09

Architect: W. H. Parsons & C. Howard Parsons
Category: financial institution

The Bankers Loan and Trust Company is a two-story, Queen Anne-style brick building located on a corner lot in downtown Concordia. A key feature of the building is its prominent corner entrance, which is accented by wrap-around stairs and archways supported by columns. A prominent oriel window is situated on the second story above the entrance. The decorative cornices were produced by Coron and Syster of the Concordia Cornice Company. The building was constructed in 1887 and 1888 by W. H. Parsons and C. Howard Parsons of Topeka. The original Cloud County Courthouse was designed by W. H. Parsons and was being constructed at the same time. The building was nominated for its architecture and for its association with the economic and commercial development of Concorida.



Brown Grand Opera House

Picture of property 310 W 6th
Concordia (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 1973-07-26

Architect: Carl Boller
Category: music facility



Building T-9

Picture of property 1541 Ute Road
Concordia (Cloud County)
Listed in State Register 2009-11-07

Architect: US Army Corps of Engineers
Category: military facility

Building T-9 is the only remaining warehouse at the site of the former World War II-era Prisoner of War Camp Concordia. Construction on Building T-9 began during or immediately after February 1943. All new construction at the camp was given a "T" designation for "temporary." T-9 is 48' x 160', consists of 7680 square feet of floor space, and was the largest among five warehouses built near the southern boundary of the camp. Like the other camp warehouses, T-9 was a one-story, wood-frame building, with a concrete foundation and floor. The cost of the building was $7,648. Construction was officially complete May 1, 1943 when the camp was turned over to the U. S. Army. T-9 functioned as an engineering shop and warehouse until the camp closed on November 5, 1945. T-9 was subsequently used as a skating rink, hog farm, canoe factory, and during the l960s, a horse racetrack, Thundercloud Park, and for hay storage. In 2009, the building was purchased by the POW Camp Concordia Preservation Society, which plans to open a museum in the building. The building was nominated for its mid-twentieth century military history.



Clyde School

Picture of property 620 Broadway St
Clyde (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 2009-01-22

Architect: Schmidt, Lorentz (1884-1952)
Category: school

Built beginning in 1917-1918 and completed in 1923-1924, Clyde School originated from plans of Wichita-based architect Lorentz Schmidt, who was widely known for his designs of public schools. Schmidt was born and raised in Clyde and his design of this school came early in his career, which spanned 1915-1952. The need for a new school building in Clyde came about as a result of a fire in 1916 that destroyed the previous building. Cost constraints and economic uncertainties brought about by the country's entry into World War I led the town's school board to take a cautious approach to the building project. As a result, the building was erected in two phases. Current plans call for the building to be rehabilitated for use as low-income housing. The building is an example of the Town Graded School subtype designed in the Collegiate Gothic Revival style. It is nominated as part of the "Historic Public Schools of Kansas" Multiple Property Submission for its architectural significance.



County Line Bowstring Bridge

Picture of property On the Cloud-Republic county line, 1.5 miles NW of Hollis
Hollis (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 1990-01-04

Architect: Phoenix Bridge Company
Category: road-related



Glasco Downtown Historic District

Picture of property Roughly along Main St from Railroad Ave to Fisher St, and along Railroad Ave and Fisher St between Main and Buffalo Sts
Glasco (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 2002-11-17

Architect: Isaac Biggs, M.L. Hare, O.A. Campbell, J.W. Studt
Category: commercial district



Nazareth Convent and Academy

Picture of property 13th and Washington
Concordia (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 1973-01-18

Architect: William P Feth, Wilson W. Hunt,
Category: church school; church-related residence



Pott's Ford Bridge

Picture of property .5 mile SW of Glasco
Glasco (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 1990-01-04

Architect: Wrought Iron Bridge Builders
Category: road-related



Republican River Pegram Truss Bridge

Picture of property 2.5 miles SW of Hollis
Concordia (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 1990-01-04

Architect: Edge Moor Bridge Works
Category: road-related



Union Pacific Railroad Depot

Picture of property 300 Washington St
Concordia (Cloud County)
Listed in National Register 2004-01-21

Architect: Not listed
Category: rail-related



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