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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (January 23, 1984)


United States Department of the Interior


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 January 15, 1984 and ending January 21, 1984. For further information call (202) 343-9552.

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

ALABAMA, Cullman County, Cullman, Ave Maria Grotto, St. Bernard Abbey (01/19/84)

CALIFORNIA, Santa Clara County, Santa Clara, Santa Clara Verein 1082 Alviso St. (01/19/84)

COLORADO, Denver County, Denver, Weckbaugh House, 1701 E. Cedar Ave. (01/16/84)
COLORADO, Jefferson County, Golden vic., Lorraine Lodge (Charles Boettcher Summer Home), SW of Golden (01/18/84)

CONNECTICUT, New London County, Norwich, Broad Street School, 100 Broad St. (01/19/84)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Church of the Ascension, 1215 Massachusetts Ave., NW (01/19/84)
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Union Trust Building, 740 15th St., NW (01/19/84)

IOWA, Black Hawk County, Cedar Falls, Central Hall (Administration Building), University of Northern Iowa campus (01/18/84)
IOWA, Madison County, Macksburg, Craven, J.D., Women's Relief Corps Hall, South St. (01/19/84)
IOWA, Polk County, Des Moines, West Chester, 3520 Grand Ave. (01/19/84)

LOUISIANA, Ascension Parish, Donaldsonville, Donaldsville Historic District, Roughly bounded by Bayou Lafourche, the Mississippi River levee, Jackson Ave., Marchand Dr., and Monroe and Church Sts. (01/19/84)

MISSOURI, Moniteau County, California, Gray-Wood Buildings, 401—407 N. High St. (01/19/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (Independent City), Beaumont Medical Building, 3714—26 Washington Ave. (01/19/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (Independent City), Buildings at 2327—31 and 2333—35 Rutger Street, 2327—31 and 2333—35 Rutger St. (01/19/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (Independent City), Dolman Row, 1424—1434 Dolman St. (01/19/84)
MISSOURI, St. Louis (Independent City), Union Market, Broadway and Lucas Ave. (01/16/84)

MONTANA, Deer Lodge County, Anaconda, Durston Block and Annex, 201—205½ Main St. (01/18/84)
MONTANA, Lake County, Bigfork vicinity, Kootenai Lodge Historic District, Sunburst Dr. (01/17/84)

NEW MEXICO, Sandoval County, Pueblo Tuerto, (01/19/84)

RHODE ISLAND, Kent County, West Warwick, Valley Queen Mill, 200 Providence St. (01/19/84)
RHODE ISLAND, Providence County, Pawtucket, Montgomery, Nathaniel, House, 178 High St. (01/19/84)

TEXAS, Dallas County, Dallas, Viola Courts Apartments, 4845 Swiss Ave. (01/19/84)
TEXAS, Kendall County, Boerne, Dienger, Joseph, Building, 106 W. Blanco Rd. (01/19/84)

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

MAINE, Kennebec County, Winthrop, Cobbossee Lighthouse, Ladies Delight Island (01/12/84)
MICHIGAN, Iron County, Crystal Falls, Murphy, Timothy, House (Iron County MRA), 17 N. 4th St. (12/22/83)

PENNSYLVANIA, Bucks County, Croyden, White Hall of Bristol College, 701—721 Shadyside Ave. (01/12/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Luzerne County, Hazelton, Pardee, Israel Platt, Mansion, 235 N. Laurel St. and 28 Aspen St. (01/12/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Monroe County, Stroudsburg, Kitson Woolen Mill, 411 Main St. (01/12/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Montgomery County, Pottstown, Reading Railroad Pottstown Station, High St. between Hanover and York Sts. (01/12/84)

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

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