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Barbeau House

Picture of property 210 E. Washington Avenue
Lenora (Norton County)
Listed in National Register 2004-07-14

Architect: Not listed
Category: domestic; single dwelling

Constructed in 1902, the Barbeau House is a two-and-one-half-story frame Queen Anne house. A turret, an asymmetrical roof, and fish scale shingles exemplify the style. Built by Joseph Barbeau, the house represents his fortunes as a prominent businessman. The property was nominated for its architecture.



Lyons, Dr. E. A., House

Picture of property 212 South Kansas Avenue
Norton (Norton County)
Listed in State Register 1988-10-29

Architect: Not listed
Category: single dwelling

Constructed circa 1893, the Dr. E. A. Lyons house is a two-story red brick building with cross gable roof. The front elevation has side-by-side entrances with one for the residence and the other for the dentist office. The lintels above all doors and windows are brick arches with side buttresses. The house was nominated for its association with Dr. Lyons, who was a prominent businessman and dentist.



North Fork Solomon River Lattice Truss Bridge

Picture of property Rd. W & 0.1 mi. S of int with Rd. BB, 1.5 mi. W of Lenora
Lenora vicinity (Norton County)
Listed in National Register 2003-05-09

Architect: Not listed
Category: road-related



Norton Downtown Historic District

Picture of property Generally bounded by E. Lincoln St., S 1st St., E Penn St. and S Norton Ave
Norton (Norton County)
Listed in National Register 2011-01-18

Architect: Not listed
Category: commerce

The Norton Downtown Historic District comprises the historic business and civic center of the City of Norton and includes 44 contributing resources and 18 non-contributing resources constructed between circa 1887 and 1985. The district is locally significant in the area of commerce for its associations with the growth of Norton as a county seat, railroad market center, and economic hub. As county seat and later with the arrival of the railroad, Norton grew to become the railroad agricultural market center of Norton County and major hub in northwest Kansas. The physical and architectural development of the downtown commercial center reflects the importance of the railroad, as well as US Highway 36, in the community’s commercial history. The district’s resources communicate historic trends in downtown development, physically representing the spectrum of building technology, design, stylistic features, form, and function that define the history of Norton.



Sand Creek Truss Leg Bedstead Bridge

Picture of property Rd. Y, 0.5 mi. W of int with KS 283, 2 mi. N of KS 9 and 6 mi. NE of Lenora
Lenora vicinity (Norton County)
Listed in National Register 2003-05-09

Architect: Not listed
Category: road-related



West Sappa Creek Lattice Bridge

Picture of property 11 miles northwest of Reager
Reager (Norton County)
Listed in National Register 1990-01-04

Architect: Not listed
Category: road-related

The West Sappa Creek Bridge was constructed in 1900 by the Canton Bridge Company and is an example of a Town Lattice truss bridge with its lattice girder and riveted construction. Its concrete deck is about three feet above the bottom of the stream channel and cast iron sunflowers add a decorative element. It was nominated for its association with local transportation.



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