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This is the Cafeteria at Topeka High School. THS is on the National REgister of Historic Places

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A: Topeka-High- School- Art-Gallery

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This is the Third floor Art Gallery located in Topeka High School. THS is on the National Register of...

Topeka-High- School- Art-Gallery

B: Topeka-High-School-Main-Hall-Entrance

Gary Krohe作, ここから40メートル

This is the main hallway and main entrance of Topeka High School. Opened in September of 1931, Topeka...


C: Topeka-High-School-Chimes

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These are the chimes located in the Topeka High School bell tower. Topeka High School is the only pub...


D: Topeka High School Gym Oct 2012

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This is the Topeka High School Gymnasium. It’s also known locally as The Dungeon. The court itself is...

Topeka High School Gym Oct 2012

E: Topeka-High-School-Gym April 2012

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This is the Topeka High School Gymnasium. The court itself is named after THS coach Willie Nicklin. T...

Topeka-High-School-Gym April  2012

F: Topeka-High-School-Bell-Tower

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Topeka High School Belltower. View of the front of the high school and it's main entrance. THS is on ...


G: Topeka-High-School-Hoehner-Auditorium

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This is a view of Topeka High School's Hoehner auditorium. built in 1931 it seats 1875. Topeka High S...


H: Topeka-High-School-Library

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This is the Topeka High school Library. Topeka High School is on the national register of historic pl...


I: Topeka-High-School-New-Gym

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This is the New Gym at Topeka High School, built in the early 21st century. THS is on the National Re...


J: Topeka-High-School-Constitution-Plaza

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This shows the Topeka High school east entrances, also knows as Constitution Plaza, and the entrance ...




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