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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (February 22, 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 February 12, 1984 and ending February 18, 1984. For further information call (202) 343-9552.


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


ARIZONA, Maricopa County, Phoenix vicinity, Hedgpeth Hills Petroglyph Site, N of Beardsley Rd. and 43rd Ave. (02/16/84)
ARIZONA, Maricopa County, Phoenix, Encanto-Palmcroft Historic District, Bounded by N. 7th and N. 15th Aves., McDowell and Thomas Rds. (02/16/84)


COLORADO, Boulder County, Boulder vicinity, Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ryssby, N. 63rd St. (02/16/84)
COLORADO, Denver County, Denver, Orlando Flats, 2330 Washington St. (02/16/84)
COLORADO, Pueblo County, Pueblo, Star Journal Model Home, 2920 High St. (02/16/84)


CONNECTICUT, Fairfield County, Ridgefield, Hyatt, Thomas, House, 11 Barlow Mountain Rd. (02/16/84)
CONNECTICUT, Fairfield County, Ridgefield, June, Lewis, House, 478 N. Salem Rd. (02/16/84)
CONNECTICUT, Hartford County, Hartford, Clay Hill Historic District (Boundary Increase), 8 Florence St. (02/16/84)
CONNECTICUT, Litchfield County, Milton, Welch, David, House, Potash and Milton Rds. (02/16/84)
CONNECTICUT, Litchfield County, Salisbury, Scoville Powerhouse, Twin Lakes and Beaver Dam Rds. (02/16/84)
CONNECTICUT, Litchfield County, Torrington, Warner Theater, 68—82 Main St. (02/16/84)
CONNECTICUT, Tolland County, Vernon, Minterburn Mill, 215 E. Main St. (02/16/84)
CONNECTICUT, Windham County, Woodstock, Woodstock Academy Classroom Building, Academy Rd. (02/16/84)


GEORGIA, Camden County, St. Marys vicinity, Duck House (Cumberland Island National Seashore MRA), Cumberland Island (02/13/84)
GEORGIA, Camden County, St. Marys vicinity, Dungeness Historic District (Cumberland Island National Seashore MRA), Cumberland Island (02/13/84)
GEORGIA, Camden County, St. Marys vicinity, Main Road (Cumberland Island National Seashore MRA), Cumberland Island (02/13/84)
GEORGIA, Camden County, St. Marys vicinity, Rayfield Archeological District (Cumberland Island National Seashore MRA), Cumberland Island (02/13/84)


ILLINOIS, Kane County, Aurora, Aurora College Complex (Eckhart, Davis and Wilkinson Halls), 347 S. Gladstone Ave. (02/16/84)


MAINE, Cumberland County, Portland, Western Promenade Historic District, Roughly bounded by Western Promenade and Bramhall, Brackett, Emery, and Danforth Sts. (02/16/84)


MICHIGAN, Genesee County, Flint, Paterson, William A., Factory Complex, 126 E. 3rd St. (02/16/84)
MICHIGAN, Oakland County, Pontiac, Central School, 101 E. Pike St. (02/16/84)
MICHIGAN, Oakland County, Pontiac, Eagle Theater, 11—15 S. Saginaw St. (02/16/84)
MICHIGAN, Oakland County, Pontiac, Pontiac Commercial Historic District, 1—29 N. Saginaw St., 5—29 W. Lawrence St., and 10—18 W. Pike St. (02/16/84)


MINNESOTA, Mahnomen County, Mahnomen, Mahnomen County Courthouse, Main St. at Washington Ave. (02/16/84)
MINNESOTA, Nobles County, Worthington, Hotel Thompson, 300—310 10th St. (02/16/84)
MINNESOTA, Otter Tail County, Elizabeth, Elizabeth City Hall and Jail, Broadway Ave. (02/16/84)
MINNESOTA, Otter Tail County, Pelican Rapids, Blyberg, O.A.E., House, 22 5th Ave. SW (02/16/84)
MINNESOTA, Ramsey County, St. Paul, Lee, Olaf, House, 955 N. Jessie St. (02/16/84)
MINNESOTA, Ramsey County, St. Paul, Schneider, Charles W., House, 1750 E. Ames Pl. (02/16/84)


MISSOURI, Marion County, Palmyra, Walker-Woodward-Schaffer House, 1425 S. Main St. (02/16/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (Independent City), Liggett and Myers (Rice-Stix) Building, 1000 Washington Ave. (02/16/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (Independent City), Sugar Loaf Mound, 4414 and 4420 Ohio Ave. (02/17/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis County, Pine Lawn, Pine Lawn Carriage House, 6292—94 Stillwell Dr. (02/16/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis County, St. Louis vicinity, Jarville, 1723 Mason Rd. (02/16/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis County, University City/St. Louis (Independent City), Delmar Loop-Parkview Gardens Historic District, Roughly bounded by Kingsland Ave., North Dr., Delmar Blvd., and Eastgate (02/16/84)


NEW JERSEY, Camden County, Merchantville, Collins and Pancoast Hall, 4—8 S. Centre St. (02/16/84)


NEW MEXICO, Eddy County, Artesia, Moore-Ward Cobblestone House, 505 W. Richardson Ave. (02/16/84)


NORTH CAROLINA, Rowan County, Mill Bridge, Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery, and Manse, off NC 150 (02/17/84)


OREGON, Coos County, Coos Bay, Tower-Flanagan House, 476 Newmark Ave. (02/16/84)
OREGON, Jackson County, Medford, Hillcrest Orchard Historic District, 3285 Hillcrest Rd. (02/16/84)
OREGON, Multnomah County, Portland, Harmon-Neils House, 2642 NW Lovejoy St. (02/16/84)
OREGON, Multnomah County, Portland, New Heathman Hotel, 712 SW Salmon St. (02/16/84)
OREGON, Multnomah County, Troutdale, Harlow, Fred, House, 726 E. Columbia St. (02/16/84)


TENNESSEE, Davidson County, Nashville, Longleat, 5819 Hillsboro Rd. (02/16/84)


TEXAS, Harris County, Spring, Wunsche Bros. Saloon and Hotel, 103 Midway St. (02/16/84)
TEXAS, Liberty County, Liberty, Cleveland-Partlow House, 2131 Grand Ave. (02/16/84)
TEXAS, Tarrant County, Fort Worth, Fort Worth Elks Lodge 124, 512 W. 4th St. (02/16/84)


VIRGINIA, Charlottesville (Independent City), Rugby Road-University Corner Historic District, Roughly bounded by University Ave., Wayside Pl., 14th St., and US 29 (02/16/84)


WEST VIRGINIA, Summers County, Hinton, Hinton Historic District, Roughly bounded by C & O RR, James St., 5th Ave., and Roundhouse (02/17/84)


WISCONSIN, La Crosse County, La Crosse, Roosevelt, W.A., Company, 230 N. Front St. (02/16/84)

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


FLORIDA, Sarasota County, Venice, Hotel Venice, 200 N. Nassau St. (02/06/84)


MICHIGAN, Alpena County, Alpena, Alpena County Court House, 720 Chisholm Ave. (12/08/83)


NEW YORK, Suffolk County, Orient, Terry-Mulford House, NY 25 (02/07/84)


OHIO, Richland County, Mansfield, Building at 252—254 Park Avenue West (Park Avenue West MRA), 252—254 Park Ave. W. (02/02/84)
OHIO, Richland County, Mansfield, Building at 309 Park Avenue West (Park Avenue West MRA), 309 Park Ave. W. (02/02/84)
OHIO, Richland County, Mansfield, Building at 415 Park Avenue West (Park Avenue West MRA), 415 Park Ave. W. (02/02/84)
OHIO, Richland County, Mansfield, Gilbert, F.A., House (Park Avenue West MRA), 343 Park Ave. W. (02/02/84)


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



The following properties were removed from the National Register of Historic Places. They were listed erroneously on weekly list dated October 18, 1983.


KENTUCKY, Madison County, Richmond, Woodlawn (Richmond MRA), Bill Hill Pike
KENTUCKY, Madison County, Richmond, Elmwood (Richmond MRA), Lancaster Ave.
KENTUCKY, Madison County, Richmond, Clay, Pattie Field, House (Richmond MRA), W. Main St.


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