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Publications iconKansas Register

Volume 42 - Issue 14 - April 6, 2023

State of Kansas

Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review

Notice of Meeting

The Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review will meet at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 6, 2023, via Zoom, and hosted during the State Preservation Conference in Independence, Montgomery County. We invite you to attend the meeting virtually, by phone, or in person. The meeting link will be posted on our website 14 days before the meeting and can be found at

The Board will consider the following items:

  • Historic Preservation Fund grant report
  • Approval of minutes of February 4, 2023 meeting
  • Consideration of National Register Nominations
    (* denotes properties within a Certified Local Government boundary)
    • Brien House – Brown County
    • Amerine Hill Crest Farm – Jefferson County
    • Vinland Fair Association Fairgrounds – Baldwin City (vicinity), Douglas County*
    • Barnes/Hoskinson Farmstead – Vinland (vicinity), Douglas County*
    • Anna Richardson-Brown House – Nickerson, Reno County
    • Peters Science Hall, Kansas Wesleyan University – Salina, Saline County*
    • C.L. Henderson House – Wichita, Sedgwick County*
    • Hazen L. Kirkpatrick House – Topeka, Shawnee County*

The Kansas State Historical Society welcomes individuals with disabilities to participate in its activities. If you have a visual, aural, or other impairment and wish to participate in this meeting, please contact the Cultural Resources Division of the Kansas State Historical Society, 6425 SW 6th Ave., Topeka, KS 66615-1099 or by telephone at 785-272-8681 ext., 240 at least two weeks prior to the meeting to discuss how we can ensure your participation.

Patrick Zollner
Executive Director
Kansas Historical Society

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