Celebrations! National Register for us

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Kansas. 1911.
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Celebrations! National Register for us

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Kansas is having a vote on Feb. 18. We are on the list for the Register of Historic Kansas Places and the National Register of Historic Places. I'm so excited and wanted to share with you all. Our category is American Foursquare. Nobody famous lived here but the house is 100 and intact. Plus, I'm a researcher so I did all the legwork. In this state, besides bragging rights, we should get some tax credits from Kansas for qualified projects over $5,000.
American Foursquare with Prairie and Colonial Revival influences

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CountryGirl
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Congratulaltions Kansas. 1911., all your hard work paid off. I'm so happy for you. :D

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oldhouseluvr
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This is wonderful news. Congratulations! I've always wondered how easy or difficult the National Register application process is.

cberhomengarden
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Congratulations! Good work!
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McCall
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Congratulations, from one foursquare owner to another.
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James
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Post by James »

Congrats on the register prospects. Went thru all that in 01 and 02. Its a lot of work but worth it. I like your state program better than ours. We have to spend 25K to qualify for it.
Locust Quarter, circa 1770 Georgian Gambrel roofed cottage.

donoinmass
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Congrats to you!! I am in the process of that and I know its TONS of work. Woohoo!!! :)
Don O'Neil
'The Orange Whitney House - 1896'
Winchendon, MA
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PowerMuffin
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Post by PowerMuffin »

You are so right to be excited and proud. Way cool!
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Post by housecrazy sarah »

That's awsome! Congrats Kansas! It's like a child graduating college or something :D

Do you get a plaque?
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CivilWarHome
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Congrats!! How exciting for you!
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