| less than one acre|
Charles W. Squires
| 300 N. Main StreetEureka, Kansas|
Mission/Spanish Colonial Revival
Greenwood Hotel Wikipedia
Greenwood Hotel is a historic building at 300 N. Main Street in Eureka, Kansas. The brick structure was constructed in 1882, to house visitors involved in the burgeoning cattle industry in the area. Owner H.D. Hover renovated the Hotel in 1926 to its current external appearance with a remodel that reflected the Spanish Mission Revival style. To celebrate the grand reopening, a celebration dinner was held on September 23, 1926 with great fanfare. This event eventually became known as Cattlemen's Day and has been celebrated annually ever since on the first Saturday of November.