• Callaway County Courthouse - Fulton MO
    The courthouse has an art deco design and includes light fixtures and the external façade.  The use of a stylized “u” that looks like a “v” was widely panned at the time.  In addition to the plaques for the present courthouse, the plaque for the previous courthouse is included.  It was the site of the controversial trial of Celia, a slave who killed a sexually abusive master in the 1850’s.
  • Fulton Airport - Fulton MO
    The airport was initially constructed in the 1930s, probably the late 1930s, by the WPA with three turf runways.  These are still being used, one is now concrete, one asphalt, the last is still turf.
  • Fulton High School - Fulton MO
    Presently a middle school, the Fulton High School building was constructed by the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works in  1938. An addition to the building was completed at a later date with the high school moving to the newer part of the building.
  • Fulton State Hospital - Fulton MO
    The Fulton State Hospital was the first mental health facility west of the Mississippi, opening originally in 1851. During the 1930s, an extensive building program transformed the hospital.  The building projects included: An addition to the clinic building, a power plant, dining and kitchen buildings, a five story hospital building, and two buildings associated with the Missouri penal system. Interestingly, all of the buildings are interconnected by underground tunnels.
  • George Washington Carver School - Fulton MO
    George Washington Carver school was a school for African American students in Fulton during segregation.  It underwent integration in the 1960s.  While the structure is now abandoned, there are hopes that it can be rehabilitated.  The school’s namesake was present for the dedication of the building.
  • Veterans Park - Fulton MO
    Large park that was developed into a municipal park at the end of CCC Company 3731’s tenure in Fulton.  The company had used the land where the park was developed for their quarters, primarily doing agriculture work such as terracing, but when they were to leave, constructed the rock pillars that flank the entrances to  the park, rock seating for the amphitheater, horsheshoe pits(?),  and the roads and walkways throughout the park.  The pond in the park was probably constructed at this time.