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Baker University Collins Library The Baker University Collins Library is located at 518 Eighth St, Baldwin City, KS 66006.
Black Jack Battlefield and Nature Park The Black Jack Battlefield and Nature Park is in the process of developing the land that was purchased in 2003 which contains The Black Jack Battlefield, The Pearson Farmstead Home as well as a newly developed Nature Park that contains a nature trail which winds through woods along the creek and a Prairie Restoration Area.
Constitution Hall Constitution Hall, erected by Samuel Jones in 1856, became the place were the Kansas Territorial Government convened. In the fall of 1857 (October 19), the Lecompton Constitutional Convention met and drafted a pro-slavery constitution in the upper story of the building. The downstairs was rented as the federal land office and private law offices. (Source: http://www.lecomptonkansas.com/page/constitution-hall-state-historic-site)
Eudora Area Historical Society/Eudora Community Museum The Eudora Area Historical Society operates the Eudora Community Museum. The Museum displays numerous exhibits devoted to Eudora’s history. Themes explored in the museum include Shawnee Indians, Western Expansion, the Oregon Trail, Eudora and the Civil War, Eudora as it developed in the late 19th Century, Eudora’s African-American Community and the Sunflower Ammunition Plant. (Source: http://www.cityofeudoraks.gov/index.aspx?NID=100)
Eudora Public Library The Eudora Public Library is located at 14 East Ninth Street, Eudora, KS 66025.
Haskell Indian Nations University Library Located in Tommaney Hall, the Academic Support Center (ASC) is an inviting and vibrant place for students to study and connect with information, with the Library serving as an integral component of the Academic Support Center. (Source: http://www.haskell.edu/library/)
KU Natural History Museum Founded in 1864, the KU Natural History Museum houses 50,000 square feet of exhibits on four floors, including a panorama of North American wildlife, recognized as one of the largest and oldest dioramas in the world; the flora and fauna of the Great Plains; vertebrate and invertebrate fossils; and live snakes and bees. (Source: http://naturalhistory.ku.edu/our-history)
KU Spencer Museum of Art The KU Spencer Museum of Art, located on the University of Kansas campus in Lawrence, houses an internationally-known collection that is deep and diverse, currently numbering nearly 36,000 artworks and artifacts in all media. (Source: http://www.spencerart.ku.edu/about/)
Lane University and Territorial Capital Museum Lane University and Territorial Capital Museum in Lecompton, Kansas.
Lawrence Art Guild Since its inception in 1962, the Lawrence Art Guild has strived to support the many artists and art events in the vicinity of Lawrence, Kansas. (Source: http://www.lawrenceartguild.org/node/5)
Lawrence Arts Center Lawrence Arts Center in Lawrence, Kansas.
Lawrence Community Theatre Lawrence Community Theatre in Lawrence, Kansas.
Lawrence Public Library The Lawrence Public Library is the main library for residents of the City of Lawrence.
Lecompton Historical Society Official site for the Lecompton Historical Society of Lecompton, Kansas.
Liberty Hall Liberty Hall is a locally owned and operated historic theater in downtown Lawrence, Kansas. Consisting of a concert hall, video store, coffee house, and independent cinema. (Source: http://www.libertyhall.net/about)
Lied Center Lied Center of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas.
Lumberyard Arts Center The mission of the Lumberyard Arts Center is to be the cornerstone of creative endeavors in Baldwin City.
Michael J. Malone Douglas County Law Library The Michael J. Malone Douglas County Law Library provides print resources for a Kansas-based practice and electronic resources including the Lexis on-line legal database. All Library users have free access to all of the Library's resources. The Law Library is open to everyone. The public has access 12 hours per week and attorneys who have been issued keys have access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. (Source: https://www.dgkslawlibrary.org/) Read More <span class="icon fa fa-arrow-circle-right more-link-icon" aria-hidden="true"></span>
Old Castle Museum As the first home of Baker, Old Castle was once known as "The College Building," because at that time it was the first and only college building in the state. Now as a museum, The Old Castle houses artifacts from early Kansas, Methodist, and Baker history. (Source: http://www.bakeru.edu/old-castle-museum) Read More <span class="icon fa fa-arrow-circle-right more-link-icon" aria-hidden="true"></span>
Thunderbird Theatre Thunderbird Theatre of the Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas.
University of Kansas Libraries The University of Kansas Libraries include Anschutz Library, Art and Architecture Library, Music and Dance Library, Spahr Engineering Library, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, Watson Library and Wheat Law Library.
University of Kansas Theatre University of Kansas Theatre in Lawrence, Kansas.
Wakarusa River Valley Museum The Wakarusa River Valley Heritage Museum is located in Bloomington Park East at Clinton Lake just outside of Lawrence, Kansas.
Watkins Museum of History The Watkins Museum is operated by the Douglas County Historical Society. The museum is housed in the 1888 Watkins Land Mortgage and National Bank Building, provides educational resources and activities, programs and public events, and changing exhibits that explore the heritage of Douglas County and connect the past with issues that affect our communities today. (Source: http://www.watkinsmuseum.org/)