Historic Sites

Below is a list of the historic sites in Riley County, KS.

Anderson Hall (11875-1899), Kansas State University campus, Manhattan. National Register, 1980.

Community House (1900-1974), 120 N. 4th St, Manhattan. National Register, 2006.

Downtown Manhattan Historic District (1850-1974), blks bet Humboldt and Pierre Sts from 3rd to 5th Sts, Manhattan. National Register, 2007.

Mattie M Elliot House (1925-1949), 600 Houston St, Manhattan. National Register, 1995.

First Congregational Church (1850-1925), 700 Poyntz Ave, Manhattan. National Register, 2008.

Leslie A Fitz House (1900-1924), 1014 Houston St, Manhattan. National Register, 2005.

Goodnow House (1850-1874), 2301 Claflin Rd, Manhattan. National Register, 1971.

Grimes House (1900-1949), 203 Delaware St, Manhatten. National Register, 1997.

Houston and Pierre Streets Residential Historic District (1850-1949), S. 5th St, Pierre St, S. 9th St, and Houston St, Manhattan. National Register, 2009.

Samuel D Houston House (1850-1874), 3524 Anderson Ave, Manhattan. National Register, 2007.

Hulse-Daughters House (1875-1949), 617 Colorado St, Manhattan. National Register, 2007.

KSAC Radio Towers (1900-1924), Kansas State University campus, Manhattan. National Register, 1983.

Lyda-Jean Apartments (1925-1974), 501 Houston, Manhattan. National Register, 2004.

Manhattan Carnegie Library Building (1900-1924), Fifth and Poyntz, Manhattan. National Register, 1987.

Manhattan State Bank, 400 Poyntz Ave, Manhattan. State Register, 1978.

McFarlane-Wareham House (1925-1949), 1906 Leavenworth, Manhattan. National Register, 2004.

Persons Barn and Granary (1850-1974), 2103 Hwy 18, Manhattan. National Register, 2009.

Jeremiah Platt House (1850-1874), 2005 Claflin Rd, Manhattan.National Register, 1981.

Riley County Courthouse (1900-1974), 100 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan. National Register, 2005.

Damon Runyon House (1875-1899), 400 Osage St, Manhattan. National Register, 2004.

Seven Dolors Catholic Church (1900-1949), NE of the jct of Juliette and Pierre Sts, Manhattan. National Register, 1995.

Strasser House (1850-1899), 326 Laramie St, Manhattan. National Register, 2010.

Henry and Elenora Strong House (1867-1899), 1916 Beck Street, Manhattan. State Register, 2009.

Robert Ulrich House (1868), 121 N. 8th St, Manhattan. National Register, 1978.

Union Pacific Depot (1901), First and Yuma, Manhattan. State Register,

E. A. and Ura Wharton House (1875-1899), 608 Houston St, Manhattan. National Register, 1995.

Washington and Julia Marlatt Homestead (1856-1956), 1600 College Ave, Manhattan. State Register, 2006.

Woman's Club House (1900-1924), 900 Poyntz Ave, Manhattan. National Register, 1980.

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