Stylized Sunflower

Down Town Ottawa
Historic District

Stylized Sunflower
The Down Town Ottawa Historic District is a block of commercial structures built between 1872 and 1900 of late Victorian styling with Renaissance, Eclectic and some Classical features. The buildings are individualistic but have the same underlying style and character. Their uniqueness lies in almost unaltered facades and great aesthetic compatibility. This block was placed on The National Register of Historic Places, June 29, 1972
Franklin County Historical Society Marker

Marker text sent by Robert Walter, Pittsburg, KS

Franklin County  
215 Main Street __ Ottawa
Franklin County

October 23, 2002 / Bob Walter / Wichita, Kansas /

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