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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (June 21, 1985)


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 June 9, 1985 and ending June 15, 1985. For further information call (202) 343-9552.

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

INDIANA, Sullivan County, Daugherty-Monroe Archeological Site (12 Su 13) (06/12/85)

KENTUCKY, Shelby County, Shelbyville, Carnegie Public Library (Shelbyville MRA), 8th and Washington Sts (06/12/85)
KENTUCKY, Shelby County, Shelbyville, East Shelbyville District (Shelbyville MRA), Roughly E. 3rd St. from Washington to Bradshaw St. (06/12/85)
KENTUCKY, Shelby County, Shelbyville, Seventh Street Historic District (Shelbyville MRA), Main and 7th Sts. (06/12/85)

VIRGINIA, Gloucester County, Gloucester Point, Gloucester Point Archaeological District (06/10/85)

WASHINGTON, Jefferson County, Seal Rock Shell Mounds 45JE15 (06/12/85)

WISCONSIN, Door County, Ephraim, Anderson Dock Historic District (Ephraim MRA), Roughly bounded by Anderson Lane and North Water St. (06/11/85)
WISCONSIN, Door County, Ephraim, Gibraltar District School No. 2 and Goodletson, Thomas, Cabin (Ephraim MRA), 9988 Moravia St. (06/11/85)

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

ALASKA, Upper Yukon Division, Central, Central House (Proposed Move), Mile 128, Steese Hwy. (06/07/85)

INDIANA, St. Joseph County, South Bend, Tower Building (Downtown South Bend Historic MRA), 216 W. Washington (06/05/85)

MISSOURI, Jackson County, Independence, Truman, Harry S., National Historic Site, 219 N. Delaware St. (05/31/85)

VERMONT, Bennington County, Manchester, Lawrence, Amos, House, Richville Rd. (05/21/85)

The name of the Nachand House which was previously listed in the National Register of Historic Places has been changed effective as follows:

KENTUCKY, Jefferson County, Lyndon vicinity, McClure House (Jefferson County MRA), North of Westport Rd. (06/05/85)

The following property has been removed from the National Register of Historic Places effective as follows:

TENNESSEE, Maury County, Columbia, Cherry Glen, Mount Pleasant Pike (06/10/85

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

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