Buildings of historical significance in Shawnee Co. Still need these photos!
South Topeka    
Carnegie Hall Washburn campus 1 blk s. of SW 17th & College
Crane Jr. High 17th & Tyler  
Fire Station #5 17th & Topeka Blvd just south of SW corner
Governor's Row House 811 SW Buchanan  
Potawatomi Indian Mission KSHS grounds west, out SW 6th St
Reynold's Lodge shelter house 3315 SE Tinman Circle Lake Shawnee
Shawnee Co. Barn 2047 SW Topeka Blvd now H. Davidson dealership
Stone house SW 45th, n. side just west of Lake Shawnee
Tennessee Town neighborhood 10th to 12th Lane & Washburn
Topeka Country Club clubhouse 2700 SW Buchanan  
White Lakes CC clubhouse 3400 SW Topeka Blvd now Gallery Classic
Vinewood Dance Hall 2848 SE 29th St. n. side of 29th at Lake Shawnee dam
Ward-Meade Home 124 Fillmore get view of KS River from area, if possible
Westboro Strip Mall 3000 blk, SW Huntoon  
MacLennan Home 1 SW Cedar Crest Rd now Governor's Mansion
Downtown Topeka    
First Presbyterian 817 SW Harrison NOT for the Tiffany Windows, but for the fact the congregation has worshipped in this same location for 150 years in 2009.  This congregation has been an important promoter of the progressive life Kansas is known for. --R. Friedstrom
Any & all black churches   (have St. John's AME, 7th & Topeka)
Calvary Baptist Church 433 SW Harrison Stories could be told about the east/west dividing line of Topeka black/white relations. This church was located in the urban renewal area and forced to abandon their long established church to make way for urban renewal.  Rev. Bernerd Hurd might provide some guidance. --R. Friedstrom
Calvary Lutheran Church 4211 NW Topeka Blvd very near Co. Poor Farm, N. Topeka
Central Congregational Church 1248 Buchanan n. of Central Park
East Topeka U. Methodist Church 708 SE Lime E. Topeka
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church 134 NE Lake nearly under n. end of Branner St. bridge
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church 731 SW Buchanan NW corner, 8th & Buchanan -- not necessarily for the architecture of the sanctuary but the stories of the early Topeka Swedish community that are still told. Chuck Sodegren is their in-house historian. --R. Friedstrom
Temple Beth Shalom 4200 Munson Interest in stories of the early Topeka Jewish community located in the 4th and Harrison- 4th and Tyler area.  Jack Wisman, trustee, would be a good source. --R. Friedstrom
North Topeka    
Curtis Jr. High 316 NW Grant  
Garfield Park Shelter House & park   on KS Ave at Soldier Creek
Prairie Home Cemetery NW 35th St & Menoken Rd.  
Rochester Cemetery 1200 NW Menninger Rd.  
Summit View Farm ??? NW 52nd St. need more info
East Topeka    
Santa Fe Shops   NW end of Branner St. bridge
Outside Topeka    
Old Stone House Along the Oregon Trail 6033 SE Hwy 40 Tecumseh, Eli Hopkins 1859
???? ????? NE Oakland  
???? ????? Seward Av  

Current total: 32 locations needed as of 3/1/2012

Any locations appearing here in red txt have been photographed and will be posted soon to our site.

See also:
SCHS Preservation Photo Archive