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1849 days ago 0 comments From: Admin Categories: Community  Tags: brown mansion 
brownmansion.com — Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the beautiful home is situated in a commanding position atop a hill. Inviting first and second-story verandas grace the south and west sides. An ornate portico tops the porte cochere. These and other features have caused the home to be labeled the “Brown Mansion” ever since its completion in 1906.
1849 days ago 0 comments From: Admin Categories: Community  Tags: city coffeyville 
coffeyville.com — Welcome to coffeyville.com the online community for the City of Coffeyville located in southeast Kansas - the heart of America.
1849 days ago 0 comments From: Admin Categories: Community  Tags: coffeyville area community foundation 
coffeyvillefoundation.org — The Coffeyville Area Community Foundation is a tax exempt organization designed to link donors with charitable causes in the greater Coffeyville area. By focusing on community development as a whole, the foundation is able to help donors achieve their giving goals through a variety of different programs that reach all ages. The Foundation serves its donors by providing a method of giving by establishing permanent or temporary funds that address the many needs of community members of all ages.
1849 days ago 0 comments From: Admin Categories: Community  Tags: public library 
coffeyvillepl.org — Coffeyville Public Library 311 W. 10th Street Coffeyville, KS 67337 620-251-1370 Coffeyville Public Library located in the extreme southeastern region of Kansas is one of the oldest continuously operating libraries in Kansas, founded before 1906. We serve our local community and a very large rural area including parts of Oklahoma.
1849 days ago 0 comments From: Admin Categories: Community  Tags: dalton defenders museum 
daltondefendersmuseum.com — The museum, owned and operated by the non-profit Coffeyville Historical Society, is the realization of a dream of many Coffeyville citizens who understood the importance of collecting items not only relating to the Dalton Raid but also relating to early-day life in the Coffeyville area.  In the museum, which is just east of the Plaza area, are collections of the following:*Mementos of early-day Coffeyville*Mementos of Wendell Willkie - who lived and taught school in Coffeyville*Mementos of Walter Johnson - who lived in Coffeyville*Mementos of the Dalton Raid

 

 

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