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WPA Mural


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Thanks to the efforts of the Smithsonian Institute our Post Office Lobby provides an opportunity to view one of the remaining depression era murals commissioned by the WPA. The 1938 mural entitled, "Cattle Roundup" was painted by Vance H, Kirkland who went on to national prominence.


Come visit us in Eureka, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Outdoor Recreation

Canoe trips - down scenic Fall River, 6-8 miles/3/4 hours. Also guided backpack trips, Spring and Fall. Camping - area lakes, Fall River and Christian Hills Camp. Hunting - the best anywhere! Quail, Prairie Chicken, Turkey, Deer, and Rabbits.

Eureka, KS Recreation

Jim Brother's Bronze Sculptures

The Memorial Hall is host to a regular tour of Jim Brother's Bronze Sculptures, which have garnered Worldwide acclaim. His awards and credits are numerous and include the Carl Akeley Medallion, (Intl.); "Best in the World", Wildlife Sculpture; Seville World Expo, at the 1992 World'

Eureka, KS Arts

Christian Congregational Church

The Congregational Church was Built in Gothic style of architecture in 1888

Eureka, KS Historic Churches

Greenwood Hotel

This brick building was dedicated in 1884. The original building, 50' x 100', consisted of three stories and a small basement. The addition to the east was built in 1923 and the exterior of the original building received a stucco treatment in 1926, creating a Spanish look. The hotel cafe (

Eureka, KS Historic Buildings

Greenwood County Historical Museum

The Greenwood County Historical Museum houses artifacts including geneological records, maps agricultural tools, house-hold items, and interesting displays. See the doll house, shaving mugs, tool chest (1860), 1900

Eureka, KS Museums

Things to do Arts near Eureka, KS

WPA Mural

Thanks to the efforts of the Smithsonian Institute our Post Office Lobby provides an opportunity to view one of the remaining...

Scripture Hill

Passengers on the northbound Santa Fe out of Arkansas City, Kansas, seeing for the first time the huge stone letters on the h...