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Kandt-Domann Farmstead, State Route 3, Hope, Dickinson County, KS



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HB476543
General View From Southeast

HB476544
General View From East Southeast

HB476545
General View From Northeast

HB476546
General View From East

HB476547
General View From South Southeast

HB476548
General View From West Northwest

HB476549
General View From South

HB476550
General View From North

HB476551
General View From West Southwest

HB476552
West Fronts And South Sides Of Machine Shed Garage No


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Item Title


Location
State Route 3, Hope vicinity, KS

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS KS-42
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-3).
Building/structure dates: 1862 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1880 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1917 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1925 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1981 demolished
See HABS No. KS-42-A thru KS-42-J for individual structures within complex.

Significance: A Prussian immigrant John Kandt, homesteaded the farm in 1859 and many of the structures date from, as early as 1862. Ernst Domann, a German immigrant purchased the land from August Kandt, son of the original owner in 1906. The complex of buildings on the farm reflects 120 years of changing agricultural practices. Several different types of stone and frame buildings are represented within the farm complex. / The Kandt-Domann Farmstead is one of the last remnants of the Lyons Creek Settlement in Dickinson County. The farmstead dates back to 1859 and structures dating at least from 1862 evidences 120 years of agricultural activity at that location. The construction of various types of structures at different times demonstrates changing agricultural practices, circumstances, and tastes. The complex with its original small stone house, stone outbuildings, the later (1890's) large stone house, frame barns and sheds, and the site of what maybe the cabin or dugout where the family first lived, possesses considerable integrity of location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association.

Subjects
Farming
Agriculture
Farms


Related Names
Kandt, John
Domann, Ernst
Kandt, August
Holmes, Duane, Historian
Johnson, David, Photographer
Cranston, David L., Delineator


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. GENERAL VIEW FROM SOUTHEAST
2. GENERAL VIEW FROM EAST SOUTHEAST
3. GENERAL VIEW FROM NORTHEAST
4. GENERAL VIEW FROM EAST
5. GENERAL VIEW FROM SOUTH SOUTHEAST
6. GENERAL VIEW FROM WEST NORTHWEST
7. GENERAL VIEW FROM SOUTH
8. GENERAL VIEW FROM NORTH
9. GENERAL VIEW FROM WEST SOUTHWEST
10. WEST FRONTS AND SOUTH SIDES OF MACHINE SHED GARAGE NO. 2 AND SMOKEHOUSE


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