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Weekly List, National Register of Historic Places (November 23, 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 November 11, 1984 and ending November 17, 1984. For further information call (202) 343-9552.


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


ARKANSAS, Mississippi County, Chickasawba Mound (3M55), (11/16/84)
ARKANSAS, Pulaski County, Little Rock, Williamson House (Thompson, Charles L., Design Collection TR), 325 Fairfax St. (11/15/84)


COLORADO, Grand County, Estes Park vicinity, Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mountain National Park (also in Larimer County) (11/14/84)


HAWAII, Honolulu County, Honolulu, Hocking, Alfred, House, 1302 Nehoa St. (11/15/84)
HAWAII, Honolulu County, Honolulu, Oakley, George D., House, 2110 Kakela Pl. (11/15/84)
HAWAII, Honolulu County, Kailua vicinity, Kukuipilau Heiau, Kalanianaole Hwy (11/16/84)
HAWAII, Kauai County, Hanalei vicinity, Haena Archeological Complex, Kuhio Hwy (11/16/84)
HAWAII, Kauai County, Hanalei vicinity, Na Pali Coast Archeological District, Na Pali Coast (11/16/84)
HAWAII, Kauai County, Waimea, Kikiaola, Waimea Rd. (11/16/84)


ILLINOIS, Cook County, Chicago, Cook County Criminal Court Building, 54 W. Hubbard St. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Cook County, Chicago, Emmel Building, 1357 N. Wells St. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Cook County, Chicago, Lake-Side Terrace Apartments, 7425—7427 South Shore Dr. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Cook County, Chicago, Peoples Gas Building, 122 S. Michigan Ave. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Cook County, Chicago, Yondorf Block and Hall, 758 W. North Ave. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Ford County, Paxton, Paxton Water Tower and Pump House, 145 S. Market St. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Hancock County, Niota vicinity, Cambre House and Farm, SW of Niota (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Jackson County, Murphysboro, Mobile and Ohio Railroad Depot, 1701 Walnut St. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Lee County, Dixon, Brookner, Christopher, House, 222 N. Dixon Ave. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Rock Island County, Rock Island, Fort Armstrong Hotel, 3rd Ave. and 19th St. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Sangamon County, Springfield, Camp Lincoln Commissary Building, 1301 N. MacArthur Blvd. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Sangamon County, Springfield, Hickox Apartments, 4th and Cook Sts. (11/13/84)
ILLINOIS, Will County, Plainfield, Standard Oil Gasoline Station, 600 W. Lockport St. (11/13/84)


INDIANA, Allen County, Fort Wayne, West End Historic District, Roughly bounded by Main, Webster, Jefferson, Broadway, Jones, and St. Mary’s River (11/15/84)
INDIANA, Marion County, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Chair Manufacturing Company, 330 W. New York St. (11/15/84)


KENTUCKY, Boyle County, Danville vicinity, Pleasant Vale (Samuel McDowell House), Lexington Rd. (11/15/84)
KENTUCKY, Jefferson County, Louisville, Grove, Benjamin, House (West Louisville MRA), 518 N. 26th St. (11/15/84)
KENTUCKY, Jefferson County, Louisville, St. Vincent DePaul Church, Rectory, School, St. Ursula Home and Convent, Oak and Shelby Sts., and 1214 Logan St. (11/15/84)
KENTUCKY, Jefferson County, Louisville, Wright and Taylor Building, 611—617 S. 4th St. (11/15/84)
KENTUCKY, Jefferson County, Prospect vicinity, Clore, James, House (Jefferson County MRA), N of Prospect off KY 329 (11/15/84)
KENTUCKY, Lawrence County, Louisa, First United Methodist Church, 204 W. Main St. (11/15/84)
KENTUCKY, Rockcastle County, Renfro Valley vicinity, Hiatt, Bennett, Log House, U.S. 25 (11/15/84)


MASSACHUSETTS, Essex County, Lawrence, Arlington-Basswood Historic District, Roughly bounded by Lawrence, Alder, Arlington, and Juniper Sts. (11/13/84)
MASSACHUSETTS, Essex County, Lawrence, Jackson Terrace Historic District, 43—59 Jackson St., Jackson Court, Jackson Terr., and 58—62 Newbury St. (11/13/84)
MASSACHUSETTS, Essex County, Lawrence, North Canal Historic District, Roughly bounded by Merrimack and Spicket Rivers, North Canal, and Broadway (11/13/84)
MASSACHUSETTS, Suffolk County, Boston, Vermont Building, 6—12 Thacher St. (11/13/84)
MASSACHUSETTS, Suffolk County, Revere, Church of Christ, 265 Beach St. (11/13/84)
MASSACHUSETTS, Worcester County, Millville vicinity, Chestnut Hill Meetinghouse, Chestnut and Thayer Sts. (11/13/84)


MICHIGAN, Wayne County, Detroit, Globe Tobacco Building, 407 E. Fort St. (11/13/84)


MINNESOTA, Crow Wing County, Sebre Lake Site (21-CW-55), (11/16/84)
MINNESOTA, Morrison County, Fort Duquesne (21-MO-20), (11/15/84)


OKLAHOMA, Kay County, Ponca City, Poncan Theatre, 104 E. Grand Ave. (11/13/84)
OKLAHOMA, Lincoln County, Stroud, Hadley House, 622 N. 4th Ave. (11/13/84)
OKLAHOMA, McIntosh County, Checotah, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 419 W. Gentry St. (11/13/84)


OREGON, Clatsop County, Astoria, Astoria Victory Monument, Columbia St., Bond and W. Marine Dr. (11/15/84)
OREGON, Harney County, Frenchglen, Frenchglen Hotel, OR 205 (11/15/84)
OREGON, Marion County, Salem, Stratton, C.C., House, 1599 State St. (11/15/84)
OREGON, Multnomah County, Portland, Albers Brothers Milling Company, 1118—1130 Front Ave. (11/15/84)
OREGON, Multnomah County, Portland, Haseltine, Edward Knox, House, 1616 SW Spring St. (11/15/84)
OREGON, Wallowa County, Enterprise, Warnock, William P., House, 501 S. 5th St. (11/15/84)
OREGON, Yamhill County, Newberg, Smith, John T., House, 414 N. College St. (11/15/84)


PENNSYLVANIA, Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, Hoene-Werle House, 1313—1315 Allegheny Ave. (11/15/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Washington County, East Washington, East Washington Historic District, Roughly North, East, and Wade Aves., Wheeling, Beau, and Chestnut Sts. (11/15/84)
PENNSYLVANIA, Washington County, Marianna, Marianna Historic District, Roughly bounded by Ten Mile Creek, Beeson Ave., Hill, 6th, and 7th Sts. (11/15/84)


RHODE ISLAND, Washington County, Devils' Foot Cemetery Archeological Site, RI-694 (11/15/84)
RHODE ISLAND, Washington County, Ministerial Road Site, RI-781, (11/15/84)


SOUTH CAROLINA, Laurens County, Clinton, Clinton Commercial Historic District, Main, Broad, Pitts, Musgrove, and Gary Sts. (11/15/84)


TENNESSEE, Davidson County, Nashville, U.S. Post Office, 901 Broadway (11/15/84)
TENNESSEE, Sullivan County, Kingsport, Stone-Penn House, 1306 Watauga St. (11/15/84)


VERMONT, Addison County, Leicester, Stagecoach Inn, U.S. 7 (11/15/84)
VERMONT, Washington County, Plainfield, Gale-Bancroft House, Brook Rd. (11/15/84)


WISCONSIN, Green County, Brodhead, Exchange Square Historic District, Roughly bounded by 10th, RR tracks, E. 2nd, and W. 3rd Aves. (11/15/84)
WISCONSIN, Trempealeau County, Trempealeau, Coman House (Trempealeau MRA), 581 3rd St. (11/15/84)
WISCONSIN, Trempealeau County, Trempealeau, Main Street Historic District (Trempealeau MRA), Roughly Main St. between 1st and 3rd Sts. (11/15/84)
WISCONSIN, Trempealeau County, Trempealeau, Melchoir Hotel and Brewery Ruins (Trempealeau MRA), 1st St. (11/15/84)


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


NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, Saipan Island, Garapan vicinity, Sabanetan Toro Latte Site, NE of Garapan (11/08/84)


OKLAHOMA, Woods County, Alva, Branson Building (Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva TR), 531 Barnes St. (01/05/84)
OKLAHOMA, Woods County, Alva, Building at 405—407 College Avenue (Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva TR), 405 College Ave. (01/05/84)
OKLAHOMA, Woods County, Alva, Building at 409 College Avenue (Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva TR), 409 College Ave. (01/05/84)
OKLAHOMA, Woods County, Alva, Building at 500 Flynn Street (Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva TR), 500 Flynn St. (01/05/84)
OKLAHOMA, Woods County, Alva, Central National Bank (Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva TR), 401 College Ave. (01/05/84)
OKLAHOMA, Woods County, Alva, I.O.O.F. Hall (Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva TR), 527 Barnes St. (01/05/84)
OKLAHOMA, Woods County, Alva, Kavanaugh and Shea Building (Territorial Buildings in Downtown Alva TR), 403 College Ave. (01/05/84)


WEST VIRGINIA, Kanawha County, Charleston, Chesapeake and Ohio Depot (South Hills MRA), 305 MacCorkle Ave. (10/26/84)


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


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