Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

The Rookery


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The Rookery The Rookery at 12-14 Sumner Place is the oldest house in Kansas. It was completed in 1834 and was the first permanent post headquarters building. Lieutenant Douglas MacArthur lived here in the early 1900s. The building is a Registered National Landmark.


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The Rookery: A Fort Leavenworth Haunting

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