Kansas Statues

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McPherson, KS
Street Singer
Hays, KS
This wood-carved Teacher statue was created by Gino Salerno in 1994. The statue is named "Miss Wickersham" after the Wickersham Elementary School which was located nearby. [map]

The Street Singer statue was created by Pete Felten in 1981. For more, see this website. [map]

Johnny Kaw
Manhattan, KS
Johnny Kaw is a mythical Kansas settler. This 30 foot tall statue was built in 1966. It is made of concrete over a steel frame. Johnny Kaw holds a scythe for harvesting wheat. For more, see this website. [map]

former Happy Chef
McPherson, KS
This former Happy Chef was turned into a chimney sweep for a chimney sweeping business. These spoon-wielding chef statues were once plentiful in the Midwest but there are very few left now. For more about Happy Chefs, see this page. For more, see this website. [map]

More Kansas Statues:
Mexican (Coolidge)

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