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Artists, Nelson and Nettie Chubb

Location: Smith Center

Local Artists of Smith Center in the 60's and 70's
Address:
Smith Center, KS

Veteran's Monument

Location: Piqua

A living tribute to area men and women who have fought or are fighting for our freedom.
Address: Xylan Rd
Piqua, KS 66761

Allen County Historical Museum

Location: Iola

In a building buit before 1900, Allen County's history is alive and well. Don't wait to come in.
Address: 20 S. Washington Avenue
Iola, KS 66749

America's First Patented Helicopter

Location: Goodland

William J. Purvis saw a child playing with a toy whirligig in a candy store. That was the inspiration for America's First Patented Helicopter.
Address: 1717 Cherry
Goodland, KS 67735

Annie Oakley

Location: Oakley

Was she born in Oakley, Kansas?
Address: 428 Center Avenue
Oakley, KS 67748

Armando Minjarez

Location: Ulysses

An immigrant's tale of art and success
Address: 1000 W. Patterson Ave
Ulysses, KS 67880

Arrowheads Collection at the Museum

Location: Burlingame

Collectors extraordinaire of Indian artifacts
Address: 117 S. Dacotah
Burlingame, KS 66413

Artist on a Ladder

Location: La Cygne

Imagine a canvas so large that you need a ladder in order to paint it. This is exactly what La Cygne artist, Don Lutton, did for many of his masterpieces.
Address: 209 N. Broadway
La Cygne, KS 66040

Aw, nuts!

Location: Minneapolis

George Washington Carver became known for his work with peanuts, pecans, and soybeans. He graduated from Minneapolis High School!
Address: 110 S. Concord Street
Minneapolis, KS 67467

Bird City Community

Location: Bird City


Address: U.S. 36
Bird City, KS 67731

Birthplace of Walter P. Chrysler

Location: Wamego

Walter Percy Chrysler was born in Wamego on April 2, 1875. Chrysler was an American machinist, railroad mechanic and manager, automotive industry executive, and founder of the Chrysler Corporation.
Address: Intersection of U.S. 24 and K-99
Wamego, KS 66547

Blue Rapids Historical Society Museum

Location: Blue Rapids

Rotating themed exhibits every four months and hosts special events. It houses collections of local historical significance from former and current residents.
Address: 36 Public Square
Blue Rapids, KS 66441

Bob Dole

Location: Russell

Bob Dole has been called a "towering figure" and "the most enduring Republican leader of the twentieth century"
Address: 1035 N Maple
Russell, KS 67665

Boston Corbett Dugout

Location: Concordia

One of Concordia' most "colorful" residents was the man who shot John Wilkes Booth after he assassinated President Lincoln.
Address:
Concordia, KS 66901

Brit Spaugh

Location: Great Bend

Opened the zoo and park
Address: 3007 10th Street
Great Bend, KS 67530

Buffalo Bill double life-sized bronze sculpture

Location: Oakley

The "Legend of the Birthplace of Buffalo Bill". What's it all about and where can you find out?
Address: 3083 U.S. 83
Oakley, KS 67748

Buster Keaton Memorial Museum

Location: Piqua

The Buster Keaton Museum in Piqua is devoted to Buster Keaton, the silent film actor, writer, and director.
Address: 302 S. Hill Street
Piqua, KS 66761

Charlie Melvin Mad Bomber Run and Festivities

Location: Iola

Runners, walkers, spectators join the fun on Iola's famous square where a multitude of activites are going to be held.
Address: 1 N. Washington Avenue
Iola, KS 66749

Chief Opothleyahola

Location: Yates Center

(Hu-pui-hilth-Yahola)
Address:
Yates Center, KS 66783

Chief Wabansi

Location: Alma


Address: 227 Missouri
Alma, KS 66401

Christ Kid's Childcare

Location: Galva

Address: 400 Northview
Galva, KS 67443

City of Galva

Location: Galva

Address: 208 S Main
Galva, KS 67443

Claire Windsor

Location: Cawker City

Silent movie star grew up in Cawker City, changed her name and ended up with a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood.
Address:
Cawker City, KS 67430

Clarence Audburn Gilbert

Location: Plainville

Obscure hero memorialized at Post Office
Address: 111 S. Main
Plainville, KS 67663

Cloud County Historical Museum

Location: Concordia

How many museums have a plane hanging from the ceiling, allow you to play in water, ring bells and lock your sibling in jail? Experience this and more!
Address: 635 Broadway
Concordia, KS 66901

Col. Napoleon Bonaparte Brown

Location: Concordia

Some say Col. Brown made his money as a horse thief, his wife said he was a doctor. Whatever the case Col. Brown and his bag of money is responsible for helping Concordia grow into a great town.
Address: 130 E. 6th
Concordia, KS 66901

Dale Miller

Location: Florence

Like the Eveready Bunny...he keeps on goin'.
Address:
Florence, KS 77951

Dane Gray Hansen

Location: Logan

Son to one of the founders of Logan
Address: From
Logan, KS

Danielle Dinges

Location: Ness City

Miss Rodeo Kansas 2010
Address: 102 W. Main
Ness City, KS 67560

Dominican Sisters

Location: Great Bend

The Dominican Sisters
Address: 3600 Broadway
Great Bend, KS 67530

Don Nichols Car Collection

Location: Iola

Hawaii and Iola, Kansas...what do we have in common? Come visit to find out!
Address: 224 N Washington
Iola, KS 66749

Dr. A.H. Mann

Location: Toronto

Served as Assistant Surgeon with General Custer and the Seventh Calvary.
Address:
Toronto, KS 66777

Driving on brick streets

Location: Goodland

A Native American from the Oneida tribe, Jim Brown was a phenomenally fast bricklayer. He turned street paving into a spectator sport in Goodland while paving Main and some side streets.
Address: 12th and Main
Goodland, KS 67735

Earl W. Sutherland

Location: Burlingame

Monumental pioneer of the scientific type
Address:
Burlingame, KS 66413

Ed Martinez

Location: Great Bend

Banding shorebirds at Cheyenne Bottoms
Address: 5848 Broadway Street
Great Bend, KS 67530

Eisenhower Mural

Location: Abilene

The idea for creating a mural for downtown Abilene began in February 2006 as a project to honor the 25th Anniversary of the Arts Council of Dickinson County.
Address: 4th & Buckeye
Abilene, KS 67410

Elk Valley School

Location: Longton

Home of the Orange and Black! Go Lions!
Address: 7th & Delaware
Longton, KS 67352

Elm Creek Community Garden

Location: Iola

Build it, and they will come!
Address: 702 S. 1st Street
Iola, KS 66749

Emmett Kelly

Location: Sedan

World famous Ringling Brothers Barnum Bailey circus clown Weary Willie(1898-1979). Born in Sedan,Kansas
Address: 210 E Main
Sedan, KS 67361

Father Juan De Padilla

Location: Herington

First Christian martyr in the United States
Address: 501 North Broadway
Herington, KS 67449

Florence Deeble Rock Garden

Location: Lucas

Grassroots Art Site
Address: 213 S. Main
Lucas, KS 67648

Frank A. Cooper

Location: Lincoln

Frank Cooper originated the cartoon series, "It Happened in Kansas," which was syndicated and ran in many newspapers for years.
Address:
Lincoln, KS 67455

Frank Carlson Library

Location: Concordia

Politician extraordinaire! Frank Carlson served as a state representative, governor,and senator. He was well respected and is responsible for the Presidential Prayer Breakfast.
Address: 702 Broadway
Concordia, KS 66901

Frank Walker Museum

Location: Stockton

The Rooks County Historical Society invites you to the Frank Walker Museum in Stockton to see the history of Rooks County come alive.
Address: 921 S. Cedar
Stockton, KS 67669

Funky Fossil Folk Art

Location: Oakley

Mixed media folk art created by artist Vi Fick using locally found fossils, sharks teeth and shells.
Address: 700 W. Third
Oakley, KS 67748

General Hiram Bull

Location: Alton


Address: 602 Mill
Alton, KS 67623

George Custer and the doomed patrol

Location: Goodland

Lt. Lyman Kidder was sent to find Lt. Col. George Custer. Instead Custer found Kidder -- what was left of him.
Address:
Goodland, KS 67735

George Grant Villa

Location: Victoria

Grant came to America in 1872 in search of a place to build a country estate on which to retire. This became reality when his 2-story home constructed of native limestone overlooking Big Creek was completed.
Address: 2680 Grants Villa Rd.
Victoria, KS 67671

George Sweatt

Location: Humboldt

Humboldt native George Sweatt has the distinction of being the only regular position player to appear in the Negro League's first four World Series games.
Address:
Humboldt, KS 66748

George Washington Carver homestead

Location: Beeler

Black scientist homesteaded here.
Address:
Beeler, KS 67518

Great Plains Christian Radio

Location: Meade

Our most famous people
Address: West Hwy 54
Meade, KS 67864

Great Train Robbery ends in Goodland

Location: Goodland

Two men robbed passengers and murdered a man in Colorado. Their Great Train Robbery ended in a Goodland shoot-out that killed them both.
Address: 925 Main • PO Box 927
Goodland, KS 67735

Grow A Beard!

Location: Minneapolis

Lincoln's Little Girl lived in Delphos, Kansas. Grace Bedell wrote to Lincoln to grow a beard!
Address:
Minneapolis, KS

Gus Shafer

Location: Hoisington

Well known for his bronze sculptures and paintings.
Address: Shafer Gallery 245 NE 30 Rd.
Hoisington, KS 67530

Harold Carpenter

Location: Sedan

1930-2015 Cowboy Poet and Rope Spinner. Native to Chautauqua County with a gift of words to describe the cowboy life customs and humor on the prairie.
Address: 306 S. Chautauqua
Sedan, KS 67361

Historic Signs around the square

Location: Iola

The largest historic square in the United States! We have historic buildings and now we have historic signs that you can read as you walk around the large but quaint downtown square
Address: square walking tour
Iola, KS 66749

Holm Cabin

Location: Blue Rapids

The original Holm cabin has been moved to town from the south end of the Blue Rapids Township to the southwest block bordering the round town square and can be toured when the museum or the Blue Rapids State Bank is open.
Address: SW Main & Round Square
Blue Rapids, KS 66411

Home of 34th President

Location: Abilene

Original location of President Eisenhower's home, where he grew up. Also a Winner of the Original 8 Wonders of Kansas!!
Address: 200 SE Fourth Street
Abilene, KS 67410

Indian Slim Camel

Location: Sedan

Wild West Performer, horse trader, gambler
Address: P. O. Box 226
Sedan, KS 67361

Iola Band Concerts

Location: Iola

A city band that hasn't stopped tooting its horn for over 142 years!
Address: 1 W. Madison Avenue
Iola, KS 66749

Iola Colborn's grave site and memorial

Location: Iola

How did Iola get her name?
Address: West of Iola on Hwy 54
Iola, KS 66749

Iola Register

Location: Iola

Proudly serving Iola for 4 generations!
Address: 302 S. Washington Ave
Iola, KS 66749

Jack Curtis

Location: Lincoln

Western TV dramas written by former Lincolnite
Address:
Lincoln, KS 67455

Jack Kilby - Nobel Prize Winner

Location: Great Bend

Inventor of the integrated circuit
Address: P.O. Drawer E
Great Bend, KS 67530

Jedediah Smith

Location: Ulysses

The famous fur trader who disappeared at the Lower Cimarron (Wagon Bed) Springs.
Address: From Ulysses, 8 miles south on K-25, and 3.5 straight south on Wagon Bed Springs Road. Follow the signs.
Ulysses, KS 67880

Joe Works

Location: Humboldt

A community-minded person that makes a big difference.
Address:
Humboldt, KS

John C. Woods

Location: Toronto

American Master Sergeant and hangman for the Third United States Army at the Nuremberg Trials.
Address:
Toronto, KS 66777

Johnnie's Service and Repair

Location: Schoenchen

A family business grows with a second generation
Address: U.S. 183 and Schoenchen Road
Schoenchen, KS 67667

Jud Wagner

Location: Smith Center

Jud Wagner was the last surviving World War I Marine Veteran. He died at age 107.
Address: 219 S. Main St.
Smith Center, KS 66967

Kenny Winkenwader

Location: Waterville

Our mural painter.
Address: 126 S Kansas
Waterville, KS 66548

Known but to God: Goodland’s unknown soldiers

Location: Goodland

Six unknown soldiers rest forever in Goodland Cemetery. Who they were and how they came to be buried in Goodland remains a mystery.
Address: North Main and Road 66
Goodland, KS 67735

Lebold Mansion

Location: Abilene

Abilene is home to two Winners of the 8 Wonders of Kansas Architecture. Both homes were built after the Chisholm Trail had moved on to Ellsworth, KS. They both have very unique architecture, one is Georgian style and the other is a Victorian style.
Address: 106 N Vine Street
Abilene, KS 67410

Leonard Mullen - Mullen Boot & Shoe Repair

Location: Leoti

Leonard Mullen keeps the old-time craft of boot and saddle repair alive at Mullen Boot and Shoe Repair.
Address: 104 North 4th Street
Leoti, KS 67861

Local musicians entertain northeastern Kansas

Location: Frankfort

The Randel Stueve Band
Address:
Frankfort, KS

Lori Cossou

Location: Oswego

Making sugar masterpieces
Address: 518 Commercial Street
Oswego, KS 67356

M.D. Herington, city founder

Location: Herington

Built the city and gave it his name
Address: 800 S. Broadway
Herington, KS 67449

Major General Frederick Funston Home, Museum & Statue

Location: Iola

Part of this home was built before Kansas was a state, and it is still alive with history!
Address: 18 S.Washington Avenue
Iola, KS 66749

Marc Lamoreaux

Location: Waterville

Waterville historian
Address: 126 S Kansas
Waterville, KS 66548

Maria DeGeer

Location: Scott City

Scott City has the distinction of having been founded by a woman
Address: 902 W 5th
Scott City, KS 67871

Marshall & Victor Murdock

Location: Burlingame

Like father, Like son notables
Address:
Burlingame, KS

Marshall County Veterans Memorial

Location: Marysville

An octagon-shaped wall with the names and service information of Marshall County veterans lining the inside of the wall; and a smaller octagon-shaped wall in the middle honoring those Marshall County veterans killed or missing in action.
Address: 18th & Carolina Streets
Marysville, KS 66508

Martin and Osa Johnson & Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum

Location: Chanute

Relive the adventures of Martin and Osa Johnson, who were the first to send back photos and film from Africa in the 1920s and 30s.
Address: 111 N. Lincoln
Chanute, KS 66720

Martin Johnson

Location: Lincoln

Famous explorer and photographer Martin Johnson spent the first ten years of his life in Lincoln, Kansas.
Address:
Lincoln, KS 67455

McDill "Huck" Boyd

Location: Phillipsburg

"Huck" a firm believer in the values, lifestyles and resources of the part of our nation known as "rural."
Address: 860 Park Street
Phillipsburg, KS 67661

Memorial Wall for Allen County Veterans

Location: Iola

From the War of 1812 to now, veterans have their name on the wall, look for your family and friends.
Address: 1 Madison Avenue
Iola, KS 66749

Mennonite Brethren Cemetery

Location: Goessel

Oldest cemetery in Goessel
Address: 104 S. Cedar
Goessel, KS 67053

Miller's Park

Location: Lucas

Folk Art Environment from the 1930's
Address: 201 South Main Street
Lucas, KS 67648

Mitch Holthus

Location: Smith Center

Born and raised in Smith County and went on to be the voice of the Kansas State Wildcats and later became the voice of the Kansas City Chiefs
Address:
Smith Center,

Molly the Trolley

Location: Iola

Is it Molly? Is it Millie? Ride the trolley to find out the scoop on why she has "Millie" painted on her!
Address: 208 W. Madison Avenue
Iola, KS 66749

Morland Mysteries

Location: Morland

No one seems to know the answers....
Address:
Morland, KS 67650

Morland Tragedies

Location: Morland

Historical tragedies in the area
Address:
Morland, KS 67650

National Orphan Train Museum

Location: Concordia

Between 1854 and 1929 over 200,000 children were sent from New York to new homes across America. This museum will touch your heart like no other. descargar musica
Address: 300 Washington Street
Concordia, KS 66901

Nemaha County Veterans Memorial Wall

Location: Seneca

Commemorating Seneca and Nemaha County veterans
Address: Corner of U.S. 36 and K-63
Seneca, KS 66538

Osage City Christmas on Market Street

Location: Osage City

Each year the Osage City Chamber is excited to present its Christmas Opener with traditional and new experiences! Josie has established a facebook page just for this event.
Address: Around town!
Osage City, KS 66523

Oscar Micheaux

Location: Great Bend

Filmmaker and author
Address: 3007 10th Street
Great Bend, KS 67530

Oswego Public Carnegie Library

Location: Oswego

Sparking imaginations for 99 years
Address: 704 4th Street
Oswego, KS 67356

Our Story

Location: Clyde

Clyde has so many stories that speak of its rich history and the characters that created it. Read on to learn one such story involving liquor, tainted election, deceit, and trickery which ultimately led to Clyde being swindled out of the permanent county seat.
Address: 412 Washington
Clyde, KS 66938

Passinthru Clocks with Myron Harsch

Location: Garnett

Clocks, clocks, and more clocks. This barn full to the brim is quicky and very interesting. Visit Myron Harsch and you have a friend forever. His hand carved antimated clocks will steal a place in your heart.
Address: 1300 Road & US 59 Highway
Garnett, KS 66032

Peter Leiker

Location: Munjor

Peter was one of the original founders of Munjor in August 1876. His ancestors were part of the group of Germans who left their homeland following the end of the Seven Years War.
Address:
Munjor, KS 67601

Peter Stoecklein

Location: Munjor

Peter Stoecklein was one of the five men in the first scouting group that came from Russia in 1874 to investigate locations in the United States where the Germans from along the Volga River could establish new villages in America.
Address:
Munjor, KS 67601

Pickle Ball

Location: Iola

It's no secret that daily exercise leads to good health. But it can be challenging to find an activity that keeps you coming back day after day! Find out what sweet & sour sport is so addictive!
Address: Meadowbrook Park - N. Cottonwood St.
Iola, KS 66749

Prudence Crandall Historical Marker

Location: Elk Falls

19th century equal rights pioneer and educator
Address:
Elk Falls, KS

Puddle Jumping Publisher

Location: La Cygne

Who was the editor who steered his plane with his knees while taking pictures of the 1951 flood? His name was Rudolph Frederick Rose, Sr., better known as Rudy Rose.
Address: 300 N Broadway
La Cygne, KS 66040

PUSH at Cornstock

Location: Garnett

Zumba is fun at Cornstock courtsey of PUSH
Address: 131 W 5th Ave
Garnett, KS 66032

Racing from Ocean to Ocean

Location: Goodland

The 1909 Ocean to Ocean Endurance Race came through Goodland. The only picture of all four cars together was taken on Main Street. A plaque marks the place.
Address: 1011 Main
Goodland, KS 67735

Rare Zinc Civil War Statue

Location: Iola

Did you know there are only four zinc Civil War statues in the state? Visit the old Iola cemetery to find many other historic treasures!
Address: 1400 W. 54 Highway
Iola, KS 66749

Rev. Dr. Carl A. Swensson

Location: Lindsborg

Founder of Bethany College.
Address: 335 E Swensson
Lindsborg, KS 67456

Riding a carousel is great fun, thanks to C.W. Parker!

Location: Abilene

C.W. Parker got his start in Abilene! The C. W. Parker carousel tells another part of Abilene's history. Charles Wallace Parker's family moved to Abilene, KS when Parker was 5yrs old.
Address: 412 S Campbell
Abilene, KS 67410

Robert D. Olsen

Location: Burlingame

No ordinary CSI investigator
Address: 122 W Santa Fe Avenue
Burlingame, KS 66413

Roy E. French

Location: Gridley

A remarkable man who lived in three different centuries.
Address: 215 Main
Gridley, KS 66852

Rupert Pfannenstiel

Location: Munjor

Probably one of the best-known residents of Munjor and the biggest promoter of the Volga Germans of Munjor was Rupert Pfannenstiel.
Address:
Munjor, KS 67601

Rural mail carrier, Doug Kraft

Location: Gridley

Longest Mail Route in the United States
Address: 423 Main
Gridley, KS 66852

Russian Immigrants Mass Grave

Location: Florence

A Small Pox epidemic hit Russian Immigrants as they traveled by train to Florence, Kansas
Address:
Florence, KS 66851

S.S. Rogers

Location: Liberal

His spirit of generosity named our town.
Address: 7th and Western
Liberal, KS 67901

Samuel Hunt Grave

Location: Burlingame

Herein lies the grave facts!
Address: 4.8 miles West of Burlingame on K-31 Hwy
Burlingame, KS 66413

Sarah Noriega

Location: Ulysses

Hometown girl and dedicated athlete tells how Ulysses' citizens helped her get to the 2000 Sydney Olympics!
Address: East and west Edges of Ulysses on U.S. 160
Ulysses, KS 67880

See artifacts from the 1904 World's Fair that was in St. Louis!

Location: Abilene

Abilene is home to two Winners of the 8 Wonders of Kansas Architecture. Both homes were built after the Chisholm Trail had moved on to Ellsworth, KS. They both have very unique architecture, one is Georgian and the other is Victorian in style.
Address: 1105 N Buckeye
Abilene, KS 67410

See, Hear Iola

Location: Iola

Every month, a guest speaker, a commercial and up to date news is there for the asking
Address: Riverside Park Council meeting hall
Iola, KS 66749

Skip Yowell

Location: Great Bend

World leader in backpack sales
Address:
Great Bend, KS

Slave to homesteader: The black artilleryman

Location: Goodland

William Johnson fought for freedom as a member of the 1st United States Colored Heavy Artillery. He was Sherman County's sole black Civil War veteran.
Address: North Main and Road 66
Goodland, KS 67735

Smoky Joe Wood

Location: Ness City

From Bloomer Girl to the World Series pitcher.
Address: 123 S. Pennsylvania Ave
Ness City, KS 67560

Stoney Lonesome School

Location: Iola

See walls and remnants of the old country school where Frederick Funston once taught.
Address: South on old U.S. 169 (State Street)
Iola, KS 66749

Strickler's Dairy Farm

Location: Iola

Holy Cow! You don't even have to get your feet dirty to see this!
Address: 1631 North Dakota Rd
Iola, KS 66749

The Blind Watchmaker

Location: La Cygne

Believe it or not, John H. Smith was the best watch repairman in Kansas. And he was blind from the age of three.
Address: 300 N. Broadway
La Cygne, KS 66040

The County Historian

Location: La Cygne

Are you curious about Linn County history? So was William Ansel Mitchell and his curiosity resulted in newspaper articles and eventually a book.
Address: 209 N Broadway
La Cygne, KS 66040

The Erickson Brothers, inventors

Location: Lindsborg

"And the day that served to crown our achievement did arrive...'The Machine Girl' was completed; then to be abused and ridiculed in infancy; now adopted and praised by all nations."--Charles Erickson, inventor.
Address: 104 E Lincoln
Lindsborg, KS 67456

The Flying Doctor

Location: Goodland

Dr. Marion J. (M.J.) Renner's airplane was often the difference between life and death for patients within 100 miles of Goodland. Goodland's airport bears his name and has a display about him in the terminal.
Address: 602 Renner Field Road
Goodland, KS 67735

The Gigantic Grasshopper

Location: Goodland

Grassroots artist Lloyd Harden created field art, including a giant grasshopper, which is displayed on Highway 27 north of Goodland.
Address: 6780 Highway 27
Goodland, KS 67735

The Townspeople

Location: Morland

Generations upon generations
Address:
Morland, KS 67650

The Young Family

Location: Lansing

A family dedicated to art and the community.
Address:
Lansing, KS 66043

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran hometown

Location: Plainville

Native son makes good in D.C.
Address: Entrances to town
Plainville, KS 67663

Unbeaten: The Life of Brook Berringer

Location: Goodland

Nebraska Cornhusker quarterback Brook Berringer from Goodland set an example of service and selflessness in his brief life. He is still remembered and honored today.
Address: 13th Street and Arcade
Goodland, KS 67735

Union Pacific Gravesite

Location: Victoria

The gravesite of six railroad workers killed by Cheyenne Indians on August 1, 1867 is commemorated at this site.
Address: 3rd Street & U.S. 40
Victoria, KS 67671

Walter Johnson

Location: Humboldt

In 2000, Humboldt's Walter "Big Train" Johnson was voted the fourth greatest baseball player of all time by The Sporting News.
Address:
Humboldt, KS 66748

War Memorial

Location: Blue Rapids

Commemorates Blue Rapids area soldiers that lost their lives serving in WWI, WWII, Korea, or Vietnam
Address: Round Town Square
Blue Rapids, KS 66411

Wayne Garrett Children's Garden

Location: Iola

Can students cultivate plants and identify weeds in their garden?
Address: 501 N. Buckeye
Iola, KS 66749

Wellness Weaver

Location: Waterville

CREATIVE COMMUNITY NURSING
Address: Kansas st
Waterville, KS 66548

Whizzo the Clown

Location: Westmoreland

Born Frank Wiziarde in 1916, "Whizzo" had a 71 year career as an entertainer, spaning vaudeville to television. Visit the Rock Creek Valley Historical Society museum grounds to explore the original practice barn saved from demolition by Westmoreland citizens.
Address:
Westmoreland, KS 66549

Willis Reimer - The Little Chapel

Location: Leoti

This quaint little Chapel was built by Willis Reimer as a testament to his faith
Address: 1/2 mile north, 1 mile west of Selkirk
Leoti, KS 67861

Windsor Place Age to Age Learning

Location: Iola

Mix the old with the young, and good things happen! Come see the preschool at the Windsor Nursing home that was started September 2010.
Address: 600 E. Garfield Street
Iola, KS 66749

Woodson County Historical Museum

Location: Yates Center


Address: 208 W. Mary
Yates Center, KS 66783

WWI Doughboy statue

Location: Oakley

One of the most reproduced life-size sculptures in the United States is a memorial statue of a World War I American soldier, the "Spirit of the American Doughboy".
Address: 126 E. Second Street
Oakley, KS 67748

WWII POW Camp Concordia

Location: Concordia

Once home to over 4,000 German POWs, Camp Concordia was the largest POW camp in Kansas.
Address: 1550 Union Road
Concordia, KS 66901
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