Capitolshots Photography has images of the following Kansas courthouses available. Please click to see the entire collection of photos for each building. All photos © Capitolshots Photography/TwoFiftyFour Photos, LLC, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Photos of the Grant County Courthouse in Ulysses, Kansas. Designed by Smith And English, the Ulysses courthouse was built in 1929. The Grant County Courthouse, a brick Art Deco structure, is included in the Grant County Courthouse District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the historic Greeley County Courthouse in Tribune, Kansas. Designed by W.T. Heaps, the Tribune courthouse was built in 1890. The historic Greeley County Courthouse, a sandstone Italianate structure which now serves as the Horace Greeley Museum, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Old Sedgwick County Courthouse in Wichita, Kansas. Designed by W.R. McPherson, the Wichita courthouse was built in 1889 and is across the street from the current county courthouse. The stone Old Sedgwick County Courthouse, a Renaissance Revival structure currently hosting county offices, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photos of the Sumner County Courthouse in Wellington, Kansas. Designed by Thomas W. Williamson and Victor H. Loebsack And Associates, the Wellington courthouse was built in 1952. The limestone Sumner County Courthouse, an Art Deco structure, is part of the Downtown Wellington Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.