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Basehor's first library

The Reuben Basehor Library, named after the town founder who helped build it, was constructed in 1903. It still sits in the backyard of a home near Leavenworth Drive and 155th Street in Basehor.

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Wooden shelves about five feet high line the walls of the old Reuben Basehor Library.

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This concrete building, sitting in the backyard of a home on Leavenworth Road just east ...

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On display at the Basehor Historical Museum are 26 books that were found on the ...

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Two holes on either end of the old Reuben Basehor Library provided the only "air ...

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A metal pole is the only other marker, besides the Reuben Basehor Library, of the ...


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