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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (July 3, 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 June 24, 1984 and ending June 30, 1984. For further information call (202) 343-9552.


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


CONNECTICUT, Hartford County, Hartford, Elm Street Historic District, 71—166 Capitol Ave., 55—97 Elm St., and 20—30 Trinity St. (06/28/84)
CONNECTICUT, Hartford County, New Britain, Holmes, Francis H., House, 349 Rocky Hill Ave. (06/28/84)
CONNECTICUT, New Haven County, New Haven, Quinnipiac River Historic District, Roughly bounded by Quinnipiac Ave., Lexington, Chapel, Ferry, Pine, Front, and Lombard Sts. (06/28/84)


FLORIDA, Leon County, Tallahassee, Magnolia Heights Historic District, 701—1005 E. Park Ave., and Cadiz St. (06/29/84)


GEORGIA, Bartow County, Cartersville, Grand Theater, 2 Wall St. (06/28/84)
GEORGIA, Carroll County, Carrollton, South Carrollton Residential Historic District, Roughly bounded by RR tracks, Harmon and West Aves., Bradley, Mill, and Garrett Sts., Tillman and Hill Drs. (06/28/84)
GEORGIA, Clarke County, Athens vicinity, Chestnut Grove School, 610 Epps Bridge Rd. (06/28/84)
GEORGIA, Crisp County, Cordele, United States Post Office, 102—104 6th St. (06/29/84)
GEORGIA, Hancock County, White Plains vicinity, Jackson, John S., Plantation House and Outbuildings, Off GA 16 (06/28/84)
GEORGIA, Lowndes County, Valdosta, Fairview Historic District, W. Central, Floyd, River, Varnedoe, and Wells Sts. (06/28/84)
GEORGIA, Lowndes County, Valdosta, North Patterson Street Historic District, 1003—1111 N. Patterson St. (06/28/84)
GEORGIA, Marion County, Friendship vicinity, Champion-McGarrah Plantation, Off Ga 30 (06/28/84)
GEORGIA, Sumter County, Plains, Plains Historic District, Roughly bounded by Buena Vista Rd., Hospital, Clark, Main, Thomas, Paschal, and Bond Sts. (06/28/84)
GEORGIA, White County, Sautee vicinity, Harshaw-Stovall House, GA 255 (06/28/84)


NEBRASKA, Lancaster County, Lincoln, College View Public Library, 3800 S. 48th St. (06/28/84)


NEW YORK, Delaware County, Andes, Andes Historic District, Delaware Ave., Main and High Sts., and Tremperskill Rd. (06/28/84)
NEW YORK, Orange County, Balmville, Maple Lawn, 24 Downing Ave. (06/28/84)


NORTH CAROLINA, Rockingham County, Dead Timber Ford Sluices (Dan River Navigation System in North Carolina TR), (06/29/84)


OREGON, Multnomah County, PortLand, Commodore Hotel, 1609 SW. Morrison St. (06/27/84)


PENNSYLVANIA, Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, Longfellow School (Deniston School), Monroe St. and McClure Ave. (06/28/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Chester County, West Chester, Sharples Separator Works, N. Franklin and Evans Sts. (06/28/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Lancaster County, Lancaster, Hamilton Apartments, 247—249 N. Duke St. and 104—118 E. Walnut St. (06/28/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Lehigh County, Macungie, Weaver, Valentine, House, 146 S. Church St. (06/28/84)


VERMONT, Chittenden County, Burlington, Battery Street-King Street Historic District (Boundary Increase), Roughly bounded by Brown's Court, King, Adams, and S. Union Sts. (06/28/84)


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


GEORGIA, Oglethorpe County, Smithonia, (06/21/84)


INDIANA, Posey County, New Harmony, Epple, Ludwig, House, 520 Granary St. (06/21/84)


MASSACHUSETTS, Essex County, Methuen, Double-arch Sandstone Bridge (Methuen MRA), Hampshire Rd. (06/20/84)
MASSACHUSETTS, Essex County, Methuen, House at 136 Hampstead Street (Methuen MRA), 136 Hampstead St. (06/20/84)
MASSACHUSETTS, Essex County, Methuen, Pleasant-High Historic District (Methuen MRA), Roughly bounded by Broadway, High, Vine, Charles, and Pleasant Sts. (06/20/84)
MASSACHUSETTS, Essex County, Methuen, Spicket Falls Historic District (Methuen MRA), Roughly bounded by Spicket River, Railroad, Pelham, Hampshire, Broadway, and Osgood Sts. (06/20/84)


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


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