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Comanche Archeological Site

Picture of property Address Restricted
Stafford (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register Sep 18, 1978

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: camp



Covenanter Church aka Reformed Presbyterian Church

Picture of property 113 N. Green St.
Stafford (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register Jun 8, 2005

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: religious facility; meeting hall
Architectural Style(s): Gothic Revival



Farmers National Bank

Picture of property 100 S. Main
Stafford (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register May 17, 2006

Architect: Charles Shepard, architect
Area of Significance: financial institution
Architectural Style(s): Neoclassical



First Methodist Episcopal Church

Picture of property 219 West Stafford
Stafford (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register Oct 31, 2002

Architect: Schuler, Don Buel
Area of Significance: religious facility
Architectural Style(s): Prairie School



Gray Photography Studio & Residence

Picture of property 116 N Main Street
St. John (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register Jan 2, 2013

Architect: Undetermined
Area of Significance: commerce

The Gray Photography Studio and Residence is located at the southern edge of St. John's commercial district. This building was built in 1900 to serve as a photo gallery and residence operated by O. C. Haworth. In 1905, Haworth sold the building to photographer William R. Gray, who would live and work at this building for the next 42 years. During his career, he was a member of the Photographers Association of America, Kansas Professional Photographers Association, and Southwest Kansas Photo Club. Three of Gray's children worked in the photography business, including his daughter Jessie who, after completing college at the Southern Branch of the University of California (now UCLA), returned to St. John in 1940 and partnered with her father in his business. She continued there until her retirement in 1981. The one-and-a-half-story building is wood-frame construction with wood clapboard siding and a gable roof clad in asphalt shingles. It has a parapet front wall that extends above to conceal the gable roof creating a traditional false-front facade. The building's most striking feature is a large sloping window that provides natural light into the interior. It was nominated for its local significance in the area of commerce and its association with Gray.



Henderson, Sarah L., House

Picture of property 518 West Stafford Street
Stafford (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register Jul 19, 1996

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: single dwelling
Architectural Style(s): Classical Revival



Larabee, Nora E., Memorial Library

Picture of property 108 N. Union St.
Stafford (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register May 11, 2006

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: education related; library
Architectural Style(s): Other



Martin Cemetery

Picture of property US-50 Hwy
St. John (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register Oct 5, 2015

Architect: Not Applicable
Area of Significance: cemetery
Architectural Style(s): Other

The Martin Cemetery is nominated for its local significance in the areas of Exploration/Settlement and African American Ethnic Heritage. This small half-acre burial ground south of St. John in Ohio Township holds the remains of members of the Joseph Martin family. It is significant as the only known vestige of a unique group of African American settlers from Illinois. Their houses of worship are gone, and their descendants have moved away. The cemetery, however, remains as a reflection of their contributions to the history of Stafford County. The cemetery includes the graves of approximately 20 people, though only a few are marked.



Spickard, Joseph L., House aka Asher House

Picture of property 201 N. Green St.
Stafford (Stafford County)
Listed in National Register Jun 8, 2005

Architect: Not listed
Area of Significance: hotel
Architectural Style(s): Classical Revival; Colonial Revival; Queen Anne



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