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Lyndon, Kansas

  • Bailey House Complex

    Bailey House ComplexOne hundred and thirty years ago in 1870, Wells P. Bailey built this two-story log house of native walnut trees. The logs were hand hewn with some as much as 20 inches in diameter.

    When the Indi...
    Bailey House Complex

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Carnegie Library

The Lyndon Carnegie Library is believed to be one of the smallest Carnegie Libraries in the United States. Erected in 1910 from a grant of $7,500 from philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie, with the provision that the township agreed to maintain it at a cost of not less than $750 per annum.

Lyndon, KS National Register

Osage County Historical Society Museum

The Lyndon Museum and Research Center offers an interesting collection of artifacts and records that give insights into the early days of the county and its citizens.

Lyndon, KS Museums

Bailey House Complex

One hundred and thirty years ago in 1870, Wells P. Bailey built this two-story log house of native walnut trees. The logs were hand hewn with some as much as 20 inches in diameter.

When the Indians were removed to Oklahoma in 1868

Lyndon, KS Famous Homes

Old Schoolhouse/Residence

Lyndon's first school was located in the home on Madison Street shortly after Lyndon was founded in 1870. The house continued as a school until it was purchased by School District 28 in August, 1889 for $300. The school continued to own the property until October, 1907.

Lyndon, KS Pioneer Life

Things to do near Lyndon, KS

Brochure of Historic Lecompton -

General overview of the historical buildings and figures relating to Lecompton's role in the history and making of Kansas....