The Sequoyah Hotel
Title:
The Sequoyah Hotel
Syracuse Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused

Description:
Detroit Publishing Co.


The Sequoyah, New Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
The Sequoyah, New Santa Fe Hotel
Syracuse Kansas (KS), Divided Back



The Sequoyah, New Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
The Sequoyah, New Santa Fe Hotel
Syracuse Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Sequoyah is named after Se-quo-yah, a Cherokee chief, the most learned of all Indians of this country. On several occasions it was proposed to name Indian territory in his honor, and that probably would have been done but for its amalgamation with Oklahoma in single statehood. Se-quo-yah reduced the Cherokee language to written form. The hotel is built of reinforced concrete in mission style of architecture which has been modified somewhat to meet modern conditions


The Sequoyah, New Sante Fe Hotel
Title:
The Sequoyah, New Sante Fe Hotel
Syracuse Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Sequoyah is named after Sequoyah, a Cherokee Chief, the most learned of all Indians of this country. On several occasions it was proposed to Name Indian territory in his honor and that probably would have been done but for its amalgamation with Oklahoma in single statehood. Sequoyah reduced the Cherokee language to written form. The hotel is built of reinforced concrete in mission style of architecture which has been modified somewhat to meet modern conditions



Beaver Lake Club
Title:
Beaver Lake Club
Syracuse Kansas (KS), Divided Back


Holiday Motel
Title:
Holiday Motel
Syracuse Kansas (KS), Chrome unused

Description:
Paul and La Vonne Gadash Individually Controlled Air Conditioning and Electric Heat - Free TV - Room Phones - Heated Swimming Pool - Carpeted Rooms - Family Accommodations - Holiday Capri Restaurant. West U. S. Highway 50 - Phone 316 384-7411



The Sequoyah
Title:
The Sequoyah
Syracuse Kansas (KS), Divided Back PM 1912 Jan-15

Description:
The Sequoyah is named after Se-quo-yah, a Cherokee chief, the most learned of all Indians of this country. On several occasions it was proposed to name Indian territory in his honor, and that probably would have been done but for its amalgamation with Oklahoma in single statehood. Se-quo-yah reduced the Cherokee language to written form. The hotel is built of reinforced concrete in mission style of architecture which has been modified somewhat to meet modern conditions


The Sequoyah New Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
The Sequoyah New Santa Fe Hotel
Syracuse Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 11988 The Sequoyah is named after Se-quo-yah, a Cherokee chief, the most learned of all Indians of this country. On several occasions it was proposed to name Indian territory in his honor, and that probably would have been done but for its amalgamation with Oklahoma in single statehood. Se-quoyah reduced the Cherokee language to written from. The hotel is built of reinforced concrete in mission style of architecture which has been modified somewhat to meet modern conditions.





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