Abilene Mural

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Colorful Abilene, Kansas historical mural artwork

Abilene Mural

Graffiti artist, Whitney Kerr, completed this vintage postcard-inspired mural in downtown Abilene. Each letter depicts an important part of Abilene's history.

A: The National Greyhound Association where all racing greyhounds are registered and the Greyhound Hall of Fame is located here.

B: Dwight D. Eisenhower was raised in Abilene.

I: The Parker Carousel was built in 1901 and is part of the Dickinson County Heritage Society and Museum.

L: C.L. Brown was a pioneer in the field of electricity and telephony, starting the companies that are now Evergy and Sprint.

E: The Lebold Mansion was built in 1880 over the dugout which was the home of the Tim Hersey family, the founders of Abilene.

N: The cowboys drove the longhorns from Texas to Abilene on the Chisholm Trail.

E: The flag represents the boyhood home of the 34th president of the United States, five-star general and Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, “Ike.”

Located on the back of the former Abilene Reflector Chronicle building (east side of building) facing Little Ike Park.

Mural Address
303 N Broadway St, Abilene, KS, USA
Whitney Kerr

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