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Ace Williams House, Fourth Street (moved to), Nicodemus, Graham County, KS

Ace Williams House, Fourth Street (moved to), Nicodemus, Graham County, KS

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Summary

See HABS No. KS-49 for list of structures that are contributing to the historic district & fieldnotes.
Significance: Small scale and variety of materials and craftsmanship make this a picturesque landmark close to the 1st District school site. Ace Williams was the Director of the District #1 school in 1949, which may explain his desire to locate close to the school.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-6
Survey number: HABS KS-49-J
Building/structure dates: ca. 1969 Subsequent Work
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 76000820

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Fraser, Clayton B, photographer
Van Dyke, Bettina C, historian
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