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This collection consists of class projects aimed at historic preservation in architecture at the University of Kansas; the projects pertain to the residences, farmsteads, churches and public buildings in the Lawrence/Douglas County, Kansas area and include building plans, photos, and interviews with past inhabitants.
The Emmanuel Evangelical Church, Stull, Kansas, was a 19th-century structure whose site inspired many 20th-century occult legends. The church was demolished in 2002. This collection regarding the Church was a result of research done for a University of Kansas architecture course project; it contains newspaper clippings, drawings by the architecture class, photos and journals of students who worked on this class project.
Photograph taken by David Benjamin of Garnett, Anderson County, Kansas in 1990.