2007 Preservation Awards — Sunday, May. 6, 2007
2007 SCHS CALENDAR
Board meetings were held every third Tuesday of the month at 4 PM at the Topeka and Shawnee County Library.
Read past 2007 Executive Committee Minutes
The life of Bob Hollie, long-time SCHS member, was memorialized and celebrated at the Bradbury Thompson Center, Washburn University, on on September 8, 2007. If you wish to remember Bob, please make a gift in his name to the Topeka Boys and Girls Club, the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library Foundation, the Ritchie House Project, or to the Pamela G. Hollie Fund at Washburn University. —9/9/07
2007 Historic Preservation Awards
The awards ceremony on Sunday, May 6, 2007, for the Topeka Landmarks Commission and Shawnee County Historical Society was a first-time collaboration. Awards were presented at Grace Episcopal Church, 701 SW 8th Av, Topeka, 3:30 p.m. In 2007 the cathedral celebrates the 150th anniversary of its founding in Topeka. Light refreshments and socializing surrounded the awards ceremony.
Among the new Topeka landmarks awarded were the Ritchie House, 1118 S.E. Madison, and Constitution Hall, located at 427 and 429 S. Kansas Ave.
The Shawnee County Historical Society honored the following recepients:
Read more in Cap-Journal: Ceremony highlights preservation efforts.
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Grace Episcopal Church, Topeka
2007 Annual Meeting
Sun., Dec. 2
Bradbury Thompson Center, Washburn campus
|Vol. 82, Sept. 2007
Before Kansas Bled
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Topeka & Shawnee County, Kansas