Pratt/Campbell House
1313 N. Emporia

The Pratt/Campbell house was built in 1887, by W. O. Sternberg for George L. Pratt, owner of Pratt Lumber Company. In 1899, the home was purchased by M. C. Campbell, a developer of the Kansas livestock industry.

The architectural style is Chateauesque, with Richardsonian Romanesque and Queen Anne influences. The house is distinguished by the carved stone lintels over tall narrow windows, the molded bands in the brick that extend around the house and the imposing roof line with it's dormers and crest ornaments.