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Hugoton 1887 Historic Home


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Hugoton 1887 Historic Home The Early Dwelling House in Hugoton was built in 1886-1887 by B.E. Stehlt. Stehle was the first druggist in Hugoton, Kansas.

The house is currenty furnished as it would have been for a family in 1885, and is located in the Museum Complex.


Hours: Winter Hours: 1:00-5:00 Monday - Friday
2:00-4:00 Saturday & Sunday
Other times by appointment .
Summer Hours: Mon-Fri - 9:30-11:30 and 1-5PM
Address: 905 S. Adams
Phone: 620-544-8751
Our Website:stevenscountyks.com/museum/

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