City: Junction City

Iconic camp identifying building for generations of 4-Hers and a remarkably intact example of special site adapted vernacular design and engineering that utilized local materials and manual skills.

Awards of Excellence:
Junction City Opera House

The Junction City Opera House in Junction City received a Rehabilitation Medallion Award. Constructed in 1898 and donated to the city in 1982, the building was rehabilitated to provide a venue for arts and entertainment activities.

Awards of Excellence:
Bartell House

Homestead Affordable Housing, owner. Now Bartell Place Senior Residences, the rehabilitation of the Bartell House was a long effort by many preservationists and other interested groups in Junction City.

Awards of Excellence:
Geary County Courthouse

The 2000 awards ceremony was held at the Carnegie Arts Center in Leavenworth on March 31, 2000, in conjunction with the annual Statewide Preservation Conference. For the second yearSouthwestern Bell provided a generous grant to underwrite the event.

Featured Image from: 2000 Update: This National Register property is an 1880 hotel at the main intersection of the city. During it’s life it has been home to many famous and infamous guests and served as the social center of the community for many years. It is currently facing demolition unless funds can be …

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