Kansas properties nominated for national historic register
Wichita Kansas authorities have nominated five Kansas sites for the National Register of Historic Places.
The Wichita Eagle reports that the Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review nominated five new places at a meeting earlier this month. Kansas has more than 1,300 listings on the National Register of Historic Places, which lists historically significant properties in the U.S.
Owners of historically designated properties can receive up to 25 percent of their improvement investment back as state tax credit.
The recent nominations are: The Beal House in Lawrence, the Senate & Curtis Court Apartments Historic District in Topeka, the East Badger Creek Culvert in Cowley County, the Woodland Place Stock Farm in Republic County and prehistoric sites of Wildcat Creek Watershed in Riley County.
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