Riley County Courthouse
The Riley County Courthouse was designed by architect J.C. Holland and Squires of Topeka. It was one of six courthouses built in Kansas of the same design. Built in 1906, the courthouse cost $50,000 which was considered relatively low in regards to cost. Utilizing locally quarried stone assited in keeping the costs down during construction. THe contractor was Clarence Johnson and stonemason, David Penny, conducted the stone carvings.