Oswego Murals

category : Arts
Oswego Murals National Patriotic Themes - This mural is painted on a side building behind the Visitor Center Caboose at Hiways 59 and 96. It was painted in 1992 by Mary Faye (Casey) Duggar, David Duggar, and Dallas Duggar.

Local History - This mural of Indians encamped along the Neosho River is located on a side building in downtown Oswego. It was painted in 1998 by Joan Allen, Jerg Frogley, and Larry Allen.

WPA Mural - The Oswego Post Office lobby, 819 Fourth Street, features a beautifully preserved WPA mural by Robert E. Larter painted in 1940.

Come visit us in Oswego, Kansas

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MKT Caboose

For information on moving to, or visiting Oswego, Kansas, stop by the Visitor's Center housed in an authentic Missouri, Kansas, and Texas (MKT) Caboose.

Oswego, KS Railroad History

Ted Watts Sports Art Gallery

Nationally acclaimed sports artist, Ted Watts, maintains a studio here and tours may be arranged. Sports Illustrated described Watts as "one of the fastest-rising sports illustrators in the country."

Oswego, KS Arts

Oswego Historical Society Museum

The collection includes photographs and memorabilia of Oswego's early days - back to 1841 when it was known officially as "Little Town.

Oswego, KS Museums

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