| less than one acre|
8 June 2005
| 1245 N. Broadway, Wichita, Kansas|
Colonial Revival architecture
Sedgwick County Zoo, Century II Performing Arts & Co, Kansas Aviation Museum, Exploration Place, Wichita Art Museum
Governor L. D. Lewelling House Wikipedia
The Governor L.D. Lewelling House in Wichita, Kansas was built in c.1894. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
It was deemed significant for its association with Lorenzo D. Lewelling while he served as governor of Kansas and architecturally as "a good example of a Colonial Revival-styled four square with Queen Anne and Shingle style influences."