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All American City : Hutchinson, Kansas

author: Rural City : Hutchinson, KS
Tuesday, December 15th, 2009


 

All American City : Hutchinson, Kansas

author: Rural City : Hutchinson, KS


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Hutchinson, seat of Reno County, was platted in November 1871, and the streets were laid out on both sides of Cow Creek. Since stones weren't available to mark off the streets, they used buffalo bones. 1872 The Santa Fe Railroad arrived. End of track three miles east of Hutchinson. This photograph was taken by C. C. Hutchinson, the city's founder, in 1872. 1873 The first sidewalk in Hutchinson was a wooden one from the courthouse to a railroad depot In 1887, while drilling a well, Sam Blanchard struck salt at 300 feet. Hutchinson has been built on top of one of the...


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Infested


In perhaps one of the most random architectural faux pas dealt by the late 60s/early 70s, a set of three large metal ladybugs was clamped to the side of an office tower. I'm relatively certain that, as kids, those of...

Infested

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Schenectady's Civic Center - The Post Office


The first of three civic buildings lining Liberty Street... ...was actually constructed before our City Hall. The Post Office. Was constructed in two sections The first, fronting Liberty Street, was...

Schenectady's Civic Center - The Post Office

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Sopranos


Some photos from out side where I was working on friday.

Sopranos