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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (January 4, 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 December 23, 1984 and ending December 29, 1984. For further information call (202) 343-9552.


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


IDAHO, Twin Falls County, Buhl, Buhl IOOF Building, 1014—16 Main St. (12/27/84)


INDIANA, Allen County, Fort Wayne, St. Mary's Catholic Church, 1101 S. Lafayette St. (12/27/84)
INDIANA, Carroll County, Camden, Thomas, Andrew, House, W Main St. (12/27/84)
INDIANA, Delaware County, Muncie, Hamilton Township Schoolhouse No. 4, IN 67 (12/27/84)
INDIANA, Gibson County, Haubstadt, Haubstadt State Bank, 101 S. Main St. (12/27/84)
INDIANA, Henry County, Middletown, Hendrick, John W., House, 506 High St. (12/27/84)
INDIANA, Vanderburgh County, Evansville, Mead Johnson River-Rail-Truck Terminal and Warehouse, 1830 W. Ohio St. (12/27/84)


MAINE, Cumberland County, Portland, Portland Waterfront Historic District (Boundary Increase), 79-85 and 295-309 Commercial and 3 Center Sts. (12/23/84)
MAINE, Knox County, Union, Lermond Mill, Union Village (12/27/84)


MARYLAND, Baltimore (Independent City), Buildings at 1601-1830 St. Paul Street and 12-20 E Lafayette Street, 1601-1830 St. Paul St., and 12-20 E Lafayette St. (12/27/84)
MARYLAND, Garrett County, Mountain Lake Park, Creedmore, 510 G St. (12/27/84)


MICHIGAN, Allegan County, Plainwell, Sherwood, James Noble, House, 768 Riverview Dr. (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Allegan County, Saugatuck, All Saints' Episcopal Church, 252 Grand St. (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Chippewa County, Sault Ste. Marie, Central Methodist Episcopal Church, 111 E. Spruce St. (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Chippewa County, Sault Ste. Marie, First United Presbyterian Church, 309 Lyon St. (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Chippewa County, Sault Ste. Marie, St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral, 320 E Portage Ave. (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Ionia County, Portland, Portland First Congregational Church, 421 E. Bridge St. (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Lenawee County, Adrian, St. John's Lutheran Church, 121 S. Locust St. (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Oakland County, Pontiac, Howard, Horatio N., House, 403 N. Saginaw (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Ottawa County, Holland, Gold, Egbert H., Estate (Marigold Lodge), 1116 Hazel Ave. (12/27/84)
MICHIGAN, Washtenaw County, Dexter, Litchfield, James, House, 3512 Central St. (12/27/84)


MONTANA, Lewis and Clark County, Helena, Young Women's Christian Association (Independent), 501 N Park St. (12/27/84)
MONTANA, Missoula County, Missoula, Forkenbrock Funeral Home, 234 E Pine St. (12/27/84)


NEW MEXICO, Curry County, Clovis, Hotel Clovis, 210 Main St. (12/27/84)
NEW MEXICO, Curry County, Clovis, Old Clovis Post Office, 4th and Mitchell Sts. (12/27/84)


Potentially one or more missing pages

MASSACHUSETTS, Suffolk County, Boston, South End Historic District, (Approved 01/10/84)


NEW YORK, Westchester County, Rye, Boston Post Road Historic District, (Approved 07/12/84)


OHIO, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, Loarin-Carnegie Bridge, (Approved 04/24/84)


PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, Southwark Historic District, (Approved 01/08/84)
RHODE ISLAND, Bristol County, Warren, Warren Waterfront Historic District, (Approved 07/14/84)


RHODE ISLAND, Providence County, Providence, Downtown Providence Historic District, (Approved 04/12/84)



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


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