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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (March 12, 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 March 4, 1984 and ending March 10, 1984. For further information call (202) 343-9552.

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

FLORIDA, Dade County, Miami, Fire Station No. 4, 1000 S. Miami Ave. (03/08/84)
FLORIDA, Dade County, Miami, Olympia Theater and Office Building, 174 E. Flager St. (03/08/84)

GEORGIA, Walton County, Jersey, Bank of Jersey, Main St. (03/07/84)

INDIANA, Clark County, Jeffersonville, Louisville Municipal Bridge, Plyons and Administration Building, Spans Ohio River between Louisville, KY and Jeffersonville, IN (03/08/84)

KENTUCKY, Jefferson County, Louisville, Louisville Municipal Bridge, Plyons and Administration Building, Spans Ohio River between Louisville, KY and Jeffersonville, IN (03/08/84)

MINNESOTA, Hennepin County, Minneapolis, Gethsemane Episcopal Church, 901—905 4th Ave. S (03/08/84)
MINNESOTA, Hennepin County, Minneapolis, Owre, Dr. Oscar, House, 2625 Newton Ave. S (03/08/84)
MINNESOTA, Hubbard County, Park Rapids, Hubbard County Courthouse, Court St. (03/08/84)
MINNESOTA, Wabasha County, Lake City, Williamson-Russell-Rahilly House, 304 Oak St. (03/08/84)
MINNESOTA, Watonwan County, Madelia, Flanders' Block, 30 W. Main St. (03/08/84)

MISSISSIPPI, Coahoma County, Barner Site (22-Co-542), (03/08/84)
MISSISSIPPI, Coahoma County, Salomon (Salmon) Site, (03/08/84)

PENNSYLVANIA, Bucks County, Taylorsville vicinity, Burroughs, John, Homestead, Wrightstown-Taylorsville Rd. (03/05/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, Ridge Avenue Farmers' Market, 1810 Ridge Ave. (03/05/84)

TENNESSEE, Maury County, Mt. Pleasant, Walnut Grove, 510 N. Main St. (03/08/84)

VIRGINIA, Alexandria (Independent City), Alexandria City Hall, 301 King St. (03/08/84)
VIRGINIA, Prince Edward County, Farmville vicinity, Longwood House, Johnson Dr. (03/08/84)
VIRGINIA, Roanoke (Independent City), Boxley Building, 416 Jefferson St., SW (03/08/84)

WISCONSIN, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, Historic Third Ward District, Bounded by the Milwaukee River, C and NW RR, and E. St. Paul and N. Jackson Sts. (03/08/84)
WISCONSIN, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee, State Bank of Wisconsin (Bank of Milwaukee Block), 210 E. Michigan St. (03/08/84)
WISCONSIN, Polk County, St. Croix Falls, Thompson, Thomas Henry, House, 205 N. Adams St. (03/08/84)

WYOMING, Sheridan County, Dayton, Wissler, Susan, House, 406 Main St. (03/08/84)

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

NEW JERSEY, Middlesex County, Raritan Landing Archeological District (Boundary Increase), (02/10/84)

OHIO, Huron County, New London, Gregory House, 1 E. Main St. (02/24/84)

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

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