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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (August 31, 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 August 19, 1984 and ending August 25, 1984. For further information call (202) 343-9552.


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


ILLINOIS, Jo Daviess County, Galena vicinity, Wenner, Charles, House, Rocky Rd. (08/22/84)
ILLINOIS, Kane County, Aurora, G.A.R. Memorial Building, 23 E. Downer Pl. (08/23/84)


LOUISIANA, East Baton Rouge Parish, Baton Rouge, Planter's Cabin, 7815 Highland Rd. (08/23/84)


MINNESOTA, Hennepin County, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Old Campus Historic District, University Ave. and 15th Ave. (08/23/84)
MINNESOTA, McLeod County, Glencoe, American House Hotel, 12th and Ford Sts. (08/23/84)
MINNESOTA, McLeod County, Glencoe, McLeod County Courthouse, 830 11th St. E. (08/23/84)
MINNESOTA, Ramsey County, St. Paul, Schomstein Grocery and Saloon, 707 E. Wilson Ave. and 223 N. Bates Ave.(08/21/84)
MINNES0TA, Washington County, St. Croix River Access Site, (08/23/84)


MISSOURI, Marion County, Hannibal vicinity, Hendren Farm, Off U.S. 61 (08/22/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (Independent City), Blind Girls' Home, 5235 Page Blvd. (08/23/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (independent City), Louise Apartments, 3900 Lindell Blvd. and Vandeventer Ave. (08/23/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (Independent City), Robert, Johnson and Rand-International Shoe Company Complex, Mississippi and Hickory Sts. (08/23/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis County, Ferguson, Church Street Commercial District, 2—100 Church St. (08/23/84)


NEW YORK, Chemung County, Elmira, Elmira College Old Campus, Roughly bounded by College and W. Washington Aves., N. Main St., and Park Pl. (08/23/84)
NEW YORK, Jefferson County, Oxbow, Benton, Dr. Abner, House, Main St. (08/23/84)
NEW YORK, Onondaga County, Syracuse, Stickley, Gustav, House, 438 Columbus Ave. (08/23/84)
NEW YORK, Suffolk County, Montauk, Montauk Manor, Fairmont Ave. (08/23/84)
NEW YORK, Sullivan County, Rockland, Rockland Mill Complex, Palen Pl. (08/23/84)


NORTH CAROLINA, Forsyth County, Winston-Salem, Bland, Joseph Franklin, House, 1809 Virginia Rd. (08/21/84)


OHIO, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, Doan School, 1350 E. 105th St. (08/23/84)
OHIO, Franklin County, Bexley, Duncan, Robert P., House, 333 N. Parkview Ave. (08/23/84)
OHIO, Hamilton County, Finneytown, Smith-Jessop House, 1038 W. North Bend Rd. (08/23/84)
OHIO, Hardin County, Kenton, Kenton Courthouse Square Historic District, Roughly Main, Detroit, Market, Columbus and Franklin Sts. (08/23/84)
OHIO, Jackson County, Petersburg vicinity, Johnson Road Covered Bridge, SW of Petersburg (08/23/84)
OHIO, Montgomery County, Dayton, South Park Historic District, Roughly bounded by Park, Morton, Hickory, and Wayne Ave. (08/23/84)


OKLAHOMA, Kay County, Ponca City vicinity, Big V Ranch House (Ranching Properties in Northwestern Oklahoma TR), Off OK 156 (08/23/84)


PENNSYLVANIA, Bucks County, Paxson, Isaiah, Farm, (08/23/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Cambria County, Ebensburg, Noon, Philip, House, 114 E. High St. (08/23/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Lehigh County, Allentown, Americus Hotel, 541 Hamilton St. (08/23/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Mifflin County, Lewistown, Wollner Building, 16 W. Market St. (08/23/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Montgomery County, Conshohocken, Lee Tire and Rubber Company, 1100 Hector St. (08/23/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, Elk's Lodge BPOE No. 2, 306–320 N. Broad St. (08/23/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, Heywood Chair Factory, 1010–1014 Race St. (08/23/84)


PUERTO RICO, San Juan County, Santurce, Miami Building, 868 Ashford Ave. (08/23/84)


TEXAS, Bell County, Salado, Barbee-Berry Mercantile Building (Salado MRA), Main and Royal St. (08/22/84)
TEXAS, Bell County, Salado, Salado United Methodist Church (Salado MRA), Thomas Arnold Rd. and Church St. (08/22/84)
TEXAS, Cherokee County, Jacksonville, Aber and Haberle Houses, 823 and 833 S. Bolton St. (08/21/84)
TEXAS, Fannin County, Honey Grove, Trout, Thomas and Katherine, House, 705 Poplar St. (08/23/84)
TEXAS, Travis County, Austin, Batts, Judge Robert Lynn, House, 1505 Windsor Rd. (08/22/84)


UTAH, Iron County, Cedar City, Old Main and Science Buildings, Southern Utah State College campus (08/21/84)


VERMONT, Caledonia County, Danville, Whittier House, Off U.S. 2 (08/23/84)
VERMONT, Chittenden County, Huntington, Huntington Lower Village Church, Richmond-Huntington Rd. (08/23/84)


WEST VIRGINIA, Barbour County, Elk City, Crim, J.N.B., House, WV 57 (08/24/84)
WEST VIRGINIA, Barbour County, Philippi, Peck-Crim-Chesser House, 14 N. Walnut St. (08/23/84)
WEST VIRGINIA, Kanawha County, Charleston, Daniel Boone Hotel, 405 Capitol St. (08/21/84)
WEST VIRGINIA, Mason County, Southside vicinity, Couch-Artrip House, U.S. 35 (08/23/84)
WEST VIRGINIA, Morgan County, Berkeley Springs vicinity, Quick, John Herbert, House, Off U.S. 522 (08/23/84)
WEST VIRGINIA, Morgan County, Berkeley Springs, Sloat-Horn-Rossell House, 415 Fairfax St. (08/23/84)
WEST VIRGINIA, Raleigh County, Sandstone vicinity, St. Colman's Roman Catholic Church and Cemetery, WV 26 (08/23/84)
WEST VIRGINIA, Tucker County, Parsons, Tucker County Courthouse and Jail, 1st and Walnut Sts. (08/23/84)
WEST VIRGINIA, Wood County, Parkersburg, Jackson Memorial Fountain, Park Ave. and 17th St. (08/23/84)


WISC0NSIN, Taylor County, Westboro vicinity, Mondeaux Dam Recreation Area, Roughly bounded by Mondeaux River and Forest Rd. 106 (08/21/84)


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


PENNSYLVANIA, Allegheny County, Oakmont Country Club Historic District, (08/17/84)


SOUTH DAKOTA, Edmunds County, Eisenbeis, John, House (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, Hutchinson County, Deckert, Ludwig, House (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, Hutchinson County, Grosz, Martin and Wilhelmina, House-Barn (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, Hutchinson County, Hofer, Michael, House (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, Hutchinson County, Schatz, Jacob, House (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, Hutchinson County, Vetter, George, House (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, Hutchinson County, Ziegler, Wilhelm, House-Barn (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, McPherson County, Wittmayer, Peter, House-Barn (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, Turner County, Weins, Jacob, House-Barn (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)
SOUTH DAKOTA, Walworth County, Ochszner, Jacob Sr., House (German-Russian Folk Architecture TR), (08/13/84)


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


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