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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (April 10, 1984)


IN REPLY REFER TO:

United States Department of the Interior


NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20240


The Director of the National Park Service is pleased to inform you that the following properties have been entered in the National Register of Historic Places beginning April 1, 1984 and ending April 7, 1984. For further information call (202) 343-9552.


STATE, County, Vicinity, Property, Address, (Date Listed)


CALIFORNIA, Fresno County, Reedley, Reedley Opera House Complex, 10th and G Sts. (04/05/84)


CONNECTICUT, New Haven County, New Haven, Chapel Street Historic District, Roughly bounded by Park, Chapel, Temple, George, and Crown Sts. (04/05/84)
CONNECTICUT, New London County, East Lyme, Gorton, William, Farm, 14 West Lane (04/05/84)


GEORGIA, Whitfield County, Dalton, Berry, Thomas A., House, 506 Hawthorne St. (04/05/84)


INDIANA, Perry County, St. Croix vicinity, Rickenbaugh House, SW of St. Croix in Hoosier National Forest (04/06/84)


KENTUCKY, Mason County, Pyles Site (15MS28), (04/05/84)


LOUISIANA, East Baton Rouge Parish, Baton Rouge, Central Fire Station, 427 Laurel St. (04/05/84)
LOUISIANA, Pointe Coupee Parish, Oscar, Pleasant View Plantation House, LA 1 (04/05/84)
LOUISIANA, St. Martin Parish, Breaux Bridge vic., Pellerin-Chauffe House, S of Breaux Bridge on LA 347 (04/05/84)


MAINE, York County, Limerick, Limerick Upper Village Historic District, ME 5 (04/05/84)


MICHIGAN, Calhoun County, Battle Creek, Battle Creek City Hall, 103 E. Michigan Ave. (04/05/84)
MICHIGAN, Lapeer County, Columbiaville, Detroit-Bay City Railroad Company Columbiaville Depot, 4643 First St. (04/05/84)


MISSISSIPPI, Washington County, Greenville, Griffln-Spragins House, SW of Greenville off US 82 (04/05/84)
MISSISSIPPI, Webster County, Mathiston, Wood Home for Boys, Horton St. (04/05/84)


NEVADA, Washoe County, Reno, Giraud, Joseph, House, 442 Flint St. (04/05/84)


NEW JERSEY, Cap May County, Dennisville, Townsend, William S., House, 96 Delsea Dr. (04/05/84)
NEW JERSEY, Hunterdon County, Pittstown vic., Rockhill Agricultural Historic District, N. of Pittstown on SR 513 (04/05/84)


NORTH CAROLINA, Cherokee County, Murphy, Harshaw Chapel and Cemetery, Church and Central Sts. (04/05/84)
NORTH CAROLINA, Durham County, Durham, Watts and Yuille Warehouses, 905 W. Main St. (04/05/84)
NORTH CAROLINA, Forsyth County, Winston-Salem, Sosnik-Morris-Early Commercial Block, 500 W. Fourth St. (04/05/84)
NORTH CAROLINA, Graham County, Topton vicinity, George, Charles Noden, House, Off US 129 (04/05/84)

OHIO, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, Beehive School, 4345 Lee Rd. (04/05/84)


OREGON, Clatsop County, Astoria, Clatsop County Courthouse, 749 Commercial St. (04/05/84)
OREGON, Deschutes County, Bend, Smith, N. P., Pioneer Hardware Store, 935—937 NW Wall St. (04/05/84)
OREGON, Douglas County, Canyonville, Canyonville Methodist Church, Second and Pine Sts. (04/05/84)
OREGON, Jackson County, Ashland, Trinity Episcopal Church, 44 N. Second St. (04/05/84)
OREGON, Josephine County, Grants Pass, McLean, Robert and Lucy, House, 724 NW 4th St. (04/05/84)
OREGON, Washington County, Beaverton, Fanno, Augustus, Farmhouse, 8385 SW Hall Boulevard (04/05/84)


PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, Broad Street Historic District, Roughly bounded by Juniper, Cherry, 15th, and Pine Sts. (04/06/84)


SOUTH CAROLINA, Aiken County, North Augusta, Georgia Avenue - Butler Avenue Historic District, Georgia, Butler Aves. and Martintown Rd. (04/05/84)
SOUTH CAROLINA, Edgefield County, Edgefield, Simkins, Paris, House, 202 Gary St. (04/05/84)
SOUTH CAROLINA, Marlboro County, Bennettsville, Robertson-Easterling-McLaurin House, W of Bennettsville off SC 912 (04/05/84)
SOUTH CAROLINA, Richland County, Columbia, Fair-Rutherford and Rutherford Houses, 1326 and 1330 Gregg St. (04/05/84)


TENNESSEE, Bradley County, Cleveland, Broad Street United Methodist Church, 263 Broad St., NW (04/05/84)
TENNESSEE, Hamilton County, Chattanooga, Market Street Warehouse Historic District, 1118—1148 Market St. (04/05/84)
TENNESSEE, Loudon County, Loudon vicinity, Robinson Mill, TN 72 (04/05/84)
TENNESSEE, Marshall County, Cornersville vicinity, Valley Farm, Cornersville Rd. (04/05/84)
TENNESSEE, Marshall County, Lewisburg vicinity, Ewing Farm, Franklin Rd. (04/05/84)
TENNESSEE, Maury County, Spring Hill, White Hall, Duplex Rd. (04/05/84)
TENNESSEE, Maury County, Williamsport vicinity, Webster, George, House, Sawdust Rd. (04/05/84)
TENNESSEE, Polk County, Parksville vicinity, Copeland House, Cookson Creek Rd. (04/05/84)
TENNESSEE, Sumner County, Hendersonville, Hazel Path, 175 E. Main St. (04/05/84)


WYOMING, Carbon County, Saratoga, Hugus Hardware, 123 E. Bridge St. (04/05/84)


The following properties were also entered in the National Register but were excluded from a previous notice:


ILLINOIS, Stephenson County, Dakota, Leek, Clyde, Round Barn (Round Barns in Illinois TR), Off N. Dakota Rd. (02/23/84)
ILLINOIS, Stephenson County, Eleroy vicinity, Harbach, Gerald, Round Barn (Round Barns in Illinois TR), US 20 (02/23/84)
ILLINOIS, Stephenson County, Eleroy vicinity, Otte, Dennis, Round Barn (Round Barns in Illinois TR), E of Eleroy (02/23/84)
ILLINOIS, Stephenson County, Freeport vicinity, Bruce, James, Round Barn (Round Barns in Illinois TR), S of Freeport (02/23/84)
ILLINOIS, Stephenson County, Lena vicinity, Jensen, Chris, Round Barn (Round Barns in Illinois TR), 11723 W. Galena Rd. (02/23/84)
ILLINOIS, Stephenson County, Orangeville vicinity, Fehr, Charles, Round Barn (Round Barns in Illinois TR), NE of Orangeville (02/23/84)
ILLINOIS, Winnebago County, Durand vicinity, Weber, Robert, Round Barn (Round Barns in Illinois TR), E of Durand (02/23/84)


MISSOURI, Laclede County, Lebanon, Wallace House, 230 Harwood Ave. (03/22/84)


TEXAS, Starr County, Roma-Los Saenz, Roma-San Pedro International Bridge, SW of Hidalgo St. and Bravo Alley (03/23/84)


Multiple Resource Areas are identified by MRA
Thematic Resources are identified by TR
NHL designates a National Historic Landmark


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