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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (February 22, 1985)


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 10, 1985 and ending February 16, 1985. For further information call (202) 343-9552.



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


ALABAMA, Limestone County, Athens, Athens State College Historic District, 202-212 and 311 N. Beaty St., central campus area roughly bounded by Beaty, Pryor and Hobbs Sts. (02/14/85)
ALABAMA, Mobile County, St. Elmo, Bishop Manor Estate, Argyl Rd. (02/14/85)
ALABAMA, Walker County, Jasper, First United Methodist Church, 1800 3rd. Ave. (02/14/85)


CALIFORNIA, El Dorado County, Placerville, Combellack-Blair House, 3059 Cedar Ravine (02/14/85)


COLORADO, La Plata County, Durango vicinity, Durango Rock Shelters Archeology Site, (02/11/85)


ILLINOIS, Cook County, Chicago, Burlingham Building, 104 W. Oak St. (02/14/85)
ILLINOIS, Cook County, Chicago, Dawson Brothers Plant, 517—519 N. Halsted St. (02/14/85)
ILLINOIS, Cook County, Chicago, Hermitage Apartments (4606 North Hermitage Avenue), 4606 N. Hermitage Ave. (02/14/85)
ILLINOIS, Kane County, Elgin, Elgin Milk Condensing Co./Illinois Condensing Co., Brook and Water Sts. (02/14/85)
ILLINOIS, Ogle County, Byron, Soldier's Monument, Chestnut and 2nd Sts. (02/14/85)
ILLINOIS, Sangamon County, Springfield, Price/Wheeler House, 618 S. 7th St. (02/14/85)


LOUISIANA, Madison Parish, Tallulah vicinity, Shirley Field, Off U.S. 80 (02/14/85)


MAINE, Cumberland County, Falmouth, Purington, Elisha, House, 71 Mast Rd. (02/14/85)
MAINE, Hancock County, Seal Harbor, Seal Harbor Congregational Church, ME 3 (02/14/85)
MAINE, Piscataquis County, Brownville, Brown House, High St. (02/14/85)
MAINE, Sagadahoc County, Phippsburg, Cold Spring Farm, Off Fiddler's Reach Rd. (02/14/85)
MAINE, York County, Newfield, Newfield (Willowbrook) Historic District, Elm St. (02/14/85)


MARYLAND, Queens Ann's County, Centreville, Ozmon, Capt. John H., Store, Centreville Wharf (02/14/85)


MICHIGAN, Ionia County, Ionia vicinity, Sessions Schoolhouse, Riverside Dr. (02/11/85)
MICHIGAN, Wayne County, Detroit, Fox Theater Building, 2111 Woodward (02/14/85)


MISSISSIPPI, Leflore County, Greenwood, Four Corners Historic District, Washington and Henderson Sts. (02/14/85)


MISSOURI, Marion County, Palmyra, Speigle House, 406 S. Dickerson (02/14/85)
MISSOURI, St. Louis County, Ladue, Price School, Price School Lane (02/14/85)


NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, Rota Island, Songsong vicinity, Dugi Archeological Site, E of Songsong (02/11/85)


OREGON, Benton County, Corvallis, Fairbanks, J. Leo, House, 316 NW 32nd (02/14/85)
OREGON, Clackamas County, Oregon City, Gray-Hackett House, 415 17th St. (02/14/85)
OREGON, Deschutes County, Bend, Old United States Post Office, 745 NW Wall (02/14/85)
OREGON, Multnomah County, Portland, Monastery of the Precious Blood, 1208 SE 76th (02/14/85)


PUERTO RICO, Aguadilla County, Camuy vicinity, Hacienda La Sabana, PR 119 (02/14/85)


VIRGINIA, Augusta County, Swoope, Intervale, VA 720 (02/14/85)
VIRGINIA, Charlottesville (Independent City), Wertland Street Historic District (Charlottesville MRA), Wertland St. between 10th and 14th Sts. (02/14/85)
VIRGINIA, Staunton (Independent City), Gospel Hill Historic District, Roughly bounded by E. Beverly, N. Market, E. Frederick and Kalorama Sts. (02/14/85)
VIRGINIA, Wythe County, Fosters Falls vicinity, Graham, Maj. David, House, VA 619 and 626 (02/14/85)



The following property was also entered in the National Register but was excluded from a previous notice:


COLORADO, Pueblo County, Pueblo, Carlile, James N., House, 44 Carlile Pl. (02/08/85)



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


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