Founding History Sign
Hollenberg Sign

Hollenberg, Kansas



Population 28


Hollenberg Post Office
Hollenberg Post Office

Hollenberg is located eight miles north of U.S. Highway 36 on Kansas Highway 148 and eight miles west via a county road. Hollenberg is the smallest village in Washington County, Kansas.

Our Beginning: Hollenberg was named after its founder Gerat Hollenberg in 1872. For years the City of Hollenberg was known for its community well, which is still located in the middle of the street in the downtown area. The water was available for residents to carry to their businesses or homes for personal use.

History Sign: The founding history sign is located in the City Park.

Post Office: The Hollenberg Post Office is the only active business within the city limits.


Points of Interest
Zion Lutheran Church
Community Well
City Park
Link to: Hollenberg Pony Express Station
Great Pictures
Historic Pictures Added To Site in August 2009 Showing Hollenberg 100 Years Ago.
Pictures courtesy of Hollenberg Mayor, Verle Decker.
Hollenberg Elevator and Depot circa 1909
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Hollenberg Elevator and Depot
Hollenberg Street circa 1909
Picture to the right
Hollenberg Elevator and Depot
Hollenberg Street Showing Community Well in Background circa 1909
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Hollenberg Street Shwing Community Well in Background

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