University of Kansas Historic District

Survey and National Register nomination encompassing 52 resources that reflect the primary academic core of the university campus that evolved along Jayhawk Boulevard and the north slope of Mt. Oread.

Seven Oaks School

Seven Oaks School was part of a generation of school buildings designed by Kansas City School District architect Charles Smith between 1890 and 1935 that embodied Progressive Era ideals about education, health and safety. It

Norman School

National Register nomination for a Midtown Kansas City elementary school constructed between 1906 and 1911.

Murray Hill School

National Register nomination for 1951-1952 Modern Movement elementary school.

Mount Washington School

The Mount Washington School was constructed in three separate building campaigns between 1903 and 1924. Mount Washington was a small town located between Kansas City and Independence, Missouri that was annexed to the City of

Horace Mann Elementary School

National Register nomination of the elementary school constructed in two phases, 1909 and 1939. Kansas Preservation Alliance Honor Award for Excellence, 2014.

Fitzgibbon Hospital

National Register nomination for a hospital constructed in two phases from 1923-1955.