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Neville-Kanode Farmstead, Residence, East side of U.S. Highway 81, 2.5 miles south of K, Munden, Republic County, KS



B&W Photos

HB480846
BWPhotos 335569

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BWPhotos 335570

HB480848
BWPhotos 335571

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BWPhotos 335575

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BWPhotos 335576

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BWPhotos 335577

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BWPhotos 335578

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BWPhotos 335579

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BWPhotos 335580

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BWPhotos 335582

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BWPhotos 335588


Item Title
BWPhotos 335588

Location
2.5 miles south of K, Munden vicinity, KS

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS KS-76-A
Building/structure dates: 1885 initial construction
Significance: The Neville-Kanode Farmstead Residence has significant historical associations with the early settlement of Republic County during the 1870s and 1880s. The Residence housed the Neville family, whose brick making operation was significant as a typical example of local manufacturing. When the Neville House was constructed in 1885, Republic County was newly settled and prosperous. Although there is no direct confirmation, it appears likely that James L. Neville had a fine brick residence built in a conspicuous location, in part, to advertise his own product and his business success.

Subjects
Building Deterioration
Farming
Brick Buildings


Related Names
Kansas Department Of Transportation
Kniep, Randy
Leibsack, Rodger
Colcher, Larry, Photographer
Worley, Barry, Photographer
White, Sheryll L., Historian
Nimz, Dale E., Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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