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National Register of Historic Places listings in Iowa

Adair CountyAdams CountyAllamakee CountyAppanoose CountyAudubon CountyBenton CountyBlawk Hawk CountyBoone CountyBremer CountyBuena Vista CountyBuchanan CountyCalhoun CountyCarroll CountyCass CountyCedar CountyCerro Gordo CountyCherokee CountyChicksaw CountyClarke CountyClay CountyClayton CountyClinton CountyCrawford CountyDallas CountyDavis CountyDecatur CountyDelaware CountyDes Moines CountyDickinson CountyDubuque CountyEmmet CountyFayette CountyFloyd CountyFranklin CountyFremont CountyGreene CountyGrundy CountyGuthrie CountyHamilton CountyHancock CountyHardin CountyHarrison CountyHenry CountyHoward CountyHumboldt CountyIda CountyIowa CountyJackson CountyJasper CountyJefferson CountyJohnson CountyJones CountyKeokuk CountyKossuth CountyLee CountyLinn CountyLouisa CountyLucas CountyLyon CountyMadison CountyMahaska CountyMarion CountyMarshall CountyMills CountyMitchell CountyMonona CountyMonroe CountyMontgomery CountyMuscatine CountyO'Brien CountyOsceola CountyPage CountyPalo Alto CountyPlymouth CountyPocahontas CountyPolk CountyPottawattamie CountyPoweshiek CountyButler CountyRinggold CountySac CountyScott CountyShelby CountySioux CountyStory CountyTama CountyTaylor CountyUnion CountyVan Buren CountyWapello CountyWarren CountyWashington CountyWayne CountyWebster CountyWinnebago CountyWinneshiek CountyWoodbury CountyWorth CountyWright County
Iowa counties (clickable)

This is a list of properties and historic districts in Iowa that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are listings in all of Iowa's 99 counties, adding up to over 2,300 total.

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Contents: Counties in Iowa   (links in italic lead to a new page)
Adair | Adams | Allamakee | Appanoose | Audubon | Benton | Black Hawk | Boone | Bremer | Buchanan | Buena Vista | Butler | Calhoun | Carroll | Cass | Cedar | Cerro Gordo | Cherokee | Chickasaw | Clarke | Clay | Clayton | Clinton | Crawford | Dallas | Davis | Decatur | Delaware | Des Moines | Dickinson | Dubuque | Emmet | Fayette | Floyd | Franklin | Fremont | Greene | Grundy | Guthrie | Hamilton | Hancock | Hardin | Harrison | Henry | Howard | Humboldt | Ida | Iowa | Jackson | Jasper | Jefferson | Johnson | Jones | Keokuk | Kossuth | Lee | Linn | Louisa | Lucas | Lyon | Madison | Mahaska | Marion | Marshall | Mills | Mitchell | Monona | Monroe | Montgomery | Muscatine | O'Brien | Osceola | Page | Palo Alto | Plymouth | Pocahontas | Polk | Pottawattamie | Poweshiek | Ringgold | Sac | Scott | Shelby | Sioux | Story | Tama | Taylor | Union | Van Buren | Wapello | Warren | Washington | Wayne | Webster | Winnebago | Winneshiek | Woodbury | Worth | Wright
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 13, 2019.[1]


Current listings by countyEdit

The following are approximate tallies of current listings by county. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008[2] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site.[3] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are approximate and not official. New entries are added to the official Register on a weekly basis.[4] Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number. The numbers of NRHP listings in each county are documented by tables in each of the individual county list-articles.

 
Phil Hoffman House, in Mahaska County
 
Snake Alley, in Des Moines County
 
Grotto of the Redemption, in Palo Alto County
 
Merchants' National Bank in Poweshiek County, designed by Louis Sullivan
 
Howes Building, in Clinton County
County # of Sites
1 Adair 9
2 Adams 5
3 Allamakee 22
4 Appanoose 13
5 Audubon 15
6 Benton 15
7 Black Hawk 48
8 Boone 19
9 Bremer 12
10 Buchanan 20
11 Buena Vista 10
12 Butler 7
13 Calhoun 12
14 Carroll 15
15 Cass 11
16 Cedar 18
17 Cerro Gordo 45
18 Cherokee 9
19 Chickasaw 4
20 Clarke 8
21 Clay 9
22 Clayton 55
23 Clinton 30
24 Crawford 14
25 Dallas 15
26 Davis 12
27 Decatur 7
28 Delaware 14
29 Des Moines 33
30 Dickinson 12
31 Dubuque 83
32 Emmet 3
33 Fayette 29
34 Floyd 20
35 Franklin 12
36 Fremont 9
37 Greene 17
38 Grundy 2
39 Guthrie 8
40 Hamilton 8
41 Hancock 9
42 Hardin 35
43 Harrison 13
44 Henry 52
45 Howard 8
46 Humboldt 7
47 Ida 5
48 Iowa 11
49 Jackson 75
50 Jasper 14
51 Jefferson 29
52 Johnson 91
53 Jones 29
54 Keokuk 10
55 Kossuth 6
56 Lee 45
57 Linn 100
58 Louisa 8
59 Lucas 16
60 Lyon 10
61 Madison 50
62 Mahaska 47
63 Marion 27
64 Marshall 15
65 Mills 6
66 Mitchell 10
67 Monona 10
68 Monroe 11
69 Montgomery 18
70 Muscatine 32
71 O'Brien 3
72 Osceola 1
73 Page 9
74 Palo Alto 4
75 Plymouth 12
76 Pocahontas 3
77 Polk 192
78 Pottawattamie 38
79 Poweshiek 24
80 Ringgold 6
81 Sac 13
82.1 Scott: Davenport: Downtown 55
82.2 Scott: Davenport: East 90
82.3 Scott: Davenport: West 109
82.4 Scott: Davenport: Duplicates (1)[5]
82.5 Scott: Other 31
82.6 Scott: Total 285
83 Shelby 13
84 Sioux 4
85 Story 36
86 Tama 12
87 Taylor 7
88 Union 6
89 Van Buren 19
90 Wapello 30
91 Warren 13
92 Washington 19
93 Wayne 3
94 Webster 14
95 Winnebago 3
96 Winneshiek 32
97 Woodbury 57
98 Worth 6
99 Wright 9
(duplicates) (4)[6]
Total: 2,376

Adair CountyEdit

Adams CountyEdit

Allamakee CountyEdit

Appanoose CountyEdit

Audubon CountyEdit

Benton CountyEdit

Black Hawk CountyEdit

Boone CountyEdit

Bremer CountyEdit

Buchanan CountyEdit

Buena Vista CountyEdit

Butler CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Cherry Street Bridge June 25, 1998
(#98000753)
Cherry St. over a tributary of the Shell Rock River
42°42′28″N 92°35′08″W / 42.707778°N 92.585556°W / 42.707778; -92.585556 (Cherry Street Bridge)
Shell Rock
2 Coldwater Church of the Brethren July 13, 1979
(#79000883)
100 block of N. High St.
42°53′31″N 92°48′32″W / 42.891944°N 92.808889°W / 42.891944; -92.808889 (Coldwater Church of the Brethren)
Greene
3 Charles H. & Theresa H. McBride Bungalow February 7, 2011
(#10001205)
127 E. Adair St.
42°53′31″N 92°48′32″W / 42.891944°N 92.808889°W / 42.891944; -92.808889 (Charles H. & Theresa H. McBride Bungalow)
Shell Rock
4 Netcott-Pfeiffer House April 24, 2007
(#07000347)
206 Buswell St.
42°34′43″N 92°47′28″W / 42.578611°N 92.791111°W / 42.578611; -92.791111 (Netcott-Pfeiffer House)
Parkersburg
5 Renke and Wubke Renken House January 15, 2014
(#13001075)
401 Coates St.
42°34′38″N 92°47′20″W / 42.577289°N 92.788802°W / 42.577289; -92.788802 (Renke and Wubke Renken House)
Parkersburg
6 Shell Rock Bridge March 12, 1999
(#99000307)
Cherry St. over the Shell Rock River
42°42′40″N 92°34′53″W / 42.711111°N 92.581389°W / 42.711111; -92.581389 (Shell Rock Bridge)
Shell Rock
7 Charles Wolf House October 1, 1979
(#79000884)
401 5th St.
42°34′32″N 92°47′17″W / 42.575556°N 92.788056°W / 42.575556; -92.788056 (Charles Wolf House)
Parkersburg

Calhoun CountyEdit

Carroll CountyEdit

Cass CountyEdit

Cedar CountyEdit

Cerro Gordo CountyEdit

Cherokee CountyEdit

Chickasaw CountyEdit

Clarke CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 J.V. Banta House July 14, 1983
(#83000348)
222 McLane St.
41°01′49″N 93°46′08″W / 41.030319°N 93.768862°W / 41.030319; -93.768862 (J.V. Banta House)
Osceola
2 Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Depot January 8, 2009
(#08001283)
215 N. Main St.
41°02′12″N 93°45′56″W / 41.03663°N 93.76566°W / 41.03663; -93.76566 (Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Depot)
Osceola Part of the Advent & Development of Railroads in Iowa Multiple Property Submission
3 George H. and Alice Spaulding Cowles House December 20, 2006
(#06001161)
229 W. Cass St.
41°02′03″N 93°46′09″W / 41.034167°N 93.769167°W / 41.034167; -93.769167 (George H. and Alice Spaulding Cowles House)
Osceola
4 John and Mary Jane Kyte Farmstead District September 14, 2000
(#00001074)
2875 Mormon Trail Rd.
40°56′09″N 93°39′22″W / 40.935833°N 93.656111°W / 40.935833; -93.656111 (John and Mary Jane Kyte Farmstead District)
Weldon
5 Osceola Masonic Block July 6, 2010
(#10000421)
101-103 South Main St.
41°02′05″N 93°45′55″W / 41.034722°N 93.765278°W / 41.034722; -93.765278 (Osceola Masonic Block)
Osceola
6 Marcellus Luther and Julia Protzman Temple House April 4, 1996
(#96000361)
502 S. Main St.
41°01′46″N 93°45′57″W / 41.029444°N 93.765833°W / 41.029444; -93.765833 (Marcellus Luther and Julia Protzman Temple House)
Osceola
7 Osceola Commercial Historic District January 19, 2018
(#100001971)
S Fillmore, N & S Main, E & W Jefferson & E & W Washington Sts.
41°02′04″N 93°45′59″W / 41.034346°N 93.766523°W / 41.034346; -93.766523 (Osceola Commercial Historic District)
Osceola
8 Dickinson Webster House July 20, 1977
(#77000501)
609 W. Jefferson St.
41°02′12″N 93°46′02″W / 41.036667°N 93.767222°W / 41.036667; -93.767222 (Dickinson Webster House)
Osceola

Former listingEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Brady-Bolibaugh House January 3, 1985
(#85000003)
May 12, 2009 217 W. Washington
41°02′12″N 93°45′45″W / 41.036667°N 93.7625°W / 41.036667; -93.7625 (Brady-Bolibaugh House)
Osceola

Clay CountyEdit

Clayton CountyEdit

Clinton CountyEdit

Crawford CountyEdit

Dallas CountyEdit

Davis CountyEdit

Decatur CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Decatur County Courthouse July 2, 1981
(#81000233)
9th St.
40°44′26″N 93°44′46″W / 40.740556°N 93.746111°W / 40.740556; -93.746111 (Decatur County Courthouse)
Leon
2 Grand River Bridge June 25, 1998
(#98000794)
County road over the Grand River
40°43′18″N 93°52′33″W / 40.721667°N 93.875833°W / 40.721667; -93.875833 (Grand River Bridge)
Leon
3 Liberty Hall September 29, 1983
(#83000350)
Main St.
40°37′30″N 93°57′07″W / 40.625°N 93.951944°W / 40.625; -93.951944 (Liberty Hall)
Lamoni
4 J.J. McClung House December 6, 1990
(#90001856)
Junction of Main and Vine Sts.
40°49′38″N 93°36′36″W / 40.827222°N 93.61°W / 40.827222; -93.61 (J.J. McClung House)
Garden Grove
5 Missouri, Iowa & Nebraska Railway Co. Depot-Weldon December 13, 1991
(#91001827)
N. Main St. at the Decatur County line
40°53′57″N 93°44′01″W / 40.899167°N 93.733611°W / 40.899167; -93.733611 (Missouri, Iowa & Nebraska Railway Co. Depot-Weldon)
Weldon
6 C.S. Stearns House November 28, 1978
(#78001214)
Main St.
40°49′36″N 93°36′10″W / 40.826667°N 93.602778°W / 40.826667; -93.602778 (C.S. Stearns House)
Garden Grove
7 Union Church December 12, 1976
(#76000759)
Clark at Sycamore St.
40°38′21″N 93°48′23″W / 40.639167°N 93.806389°W / 40.639167; -93.806389 (Union Church)
Davis City

Delaware CountyEdit

Des Moines CountyEdit

Dickinson CountyEdit

Dubuque CountyEdit

Emmet CountyEdit

Fayette CountyEdit

Floyd CountyEdit

Franklin CountyEdit

Fremont CountyEdit

Greene CountyEdit

Grundy CountyEdit

Guthrie CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 All Saints Catholic Church December 7, 2000
(#00001478)
420 N. Fremont
41°30′25″N 94°19′02″W / 41.506944°N 94.317222°W / 41.506944; -94.317222 (All Saints Catholic Church)
Stuart
2 John Cretsinger House October 7, 1998
(#98001206)
1363 Burl Ln.
41°48′46″N 94°42′52″W / 41.812778°N 94.714444°W / 41.812778; -94.714444 (John Cretsinger House)
Coon Rapids
3 Roswell and Elizabeth Garst Farmstead Historic District August 12, 2009
(#09000610)
1390 Iowa Highway 141
41°50′55″N 94°38′43″W / 41.848544°N 94.64515°W / 41.848544; -94.64515 (Roswell and Elizabeth Garst Farmstead Historic District)
Coon Rapids
4 Masonic Temple Building April 12, 1996
(#96000400)
1311 N. 2nd St.
41°30′18″N 94°19′07″W / 41.505°N 94.318611°W / 41.505; -94.318611 (Masonic Temple Building)
Stuart
5 Octagon Barn, Richland Township June 30, 1986
(#86001433)
Off Iowa Highway 141
41°49′24″N 94°20′10″W / 41.823333°N 94.336111°W / 41.823333; -94.336111 (Octagon Barn, Richland Township)
Richland Township
6 Sexton Hotel December 18, 2013
(#13000924)
203 E. Front Street
41°30′14″N 94°19′00″W / 41.503832°N 94.316748°W / 41.503832; -94.316748 (Sexton Hotel)
Stuart
7 Springbrook State Park, Civilian Conservation Corps Area November 15, 1990
(#90001671)
Junction of Iowa Highway 384 and County Highway F25
41°46′38″N 94°27′54″W / 41.777222°N 94.465°W / 41.777222; -94.465 (Springbrook State Park, Civilian Conservation Corps Area)
Guthrie Center
8 Yale High School Gymnasium December 28, 2018
(#100003261)
414 Lincoln St.
41°46′28″N 94°21′26″W / 41.774408°N 94.357173°W / 41.774408; -94.357173 (Yale High School Gymnasium)
Yale

Former listingsEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Panora-Linden High School July 23, 1974
(#74000786)
May 22, 1998 Bounded by Main, Market, 1st, and 2nd Sts.
Panora Torn down in 1991[9]

Hamilton CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Albright Bridge June 25, 1998
(#98000776)
130th St. at 510th Ave. over the Boone River
42°24′20″N 93°48′36″W / 42.405556°N 93.81°W / 42.405556; -93.81 (Albright Bridge)
Webster City
2 Kendall Young Public Library May 23, 1983
(#83000361)
1201 Willson Ave.
42°27′30″N 93°50′12″W / 42.458333°N 93.836667°W / 42.458333; -93.836667 (Kendall Young Public Library)
Webster City
3 William Oakland Round Barn June 30, 1986
(#86001434)
Off U.S. Route 69
42°29′11″N 93°38′00″W / 42.486389°N 93.633333°W / 42.486389; -93.633333 (William Oakland Round Barn)
Blairsburg
4 Schultz Brothers Drug Store May 16, 1996
(#96000518)
116 Main St.
42°29′19″N 93°32′38″W / 42.488611°N 93.543889°W / 42.488611; -93.543889 (Schultz Brothers Drug Store)
Williams
5 State Bank of Stratford July 7, 1983
(#83000362)
801 Shakespeare St.
42°16′14″N 93°55′01″W / 42.270556°N 93.916944°W / 42.270556; -93.916944 (State Bank of Stratford)
Stratford
6 Tremaine Bridge May 15, 1998
(#98000519)
280th St. over the Boone River
42°23′12″N 93°48′31″W / 42.386667°N 93.808611°W / 42.386667; -93.808611 (Tremaine Bridge)
Webster City
7 Webster City Post Office July 6, 1982
(#82002619)
801 Willson Ave.
42°28′06″N 93°49′09″W / 42.468333°N 93.819167°W / 42.468333; -93.819167 (Webster City Post Office)
Webster City
8 William J. and Hattie J. Zitterell House February 16, 1996
(#96000057)
821 Division St.
42°28′04″N 93°49′28″W / 42.467778°N 93.824444°W / 42.467778; -93.824444 (William J. and Hattie J. Zitterell House)
Webster City

Hancock CountyEdit

Hardin CountyEdit

Harrison CountyEdit

Henry CountyEdit

Howard CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Bohemian Savings Bank September 13, 1990
(#88002806)
Main St.
43°13′05″N 92°05′26″W / 43.218056°N 92.090556°W / 43.218056; -92.090556 (Bohemian Savings Bank)
Protivin
2 Cresco Opera House August 27, 1981
(#81000245)
115 W. 2nd Ave.
43°21′12″N 92°08′04″W / 43.353333°N 92.134444°W / 43.353333; -92.134444 (Cresco Opera House)
Cresco
3 James C. Fellows House June 21, 1982
(#82002621)
Main St.
43°22′02″N 92°33′05″W / 43.367222°N 92.551389°W / 43.367222; -92.551389 (James C. Fellows House)
Riceville
4 Howard County Courthouse July 2, 1981
(#81000246)
Elm St.
43°22′26″N 92°07′03″W / 43.373889°N 92.1175°W / 43.373889; -92.1175 (Howard County Courthouse)
Cresco
5 Kellow House November 22, 1977
(#77000517)
324 4th Ave., W.
43°22′33″N 92°07′16″W / 43.375833°N 92.121111°W / 43.375833; -92.121111 (Kellow House)
Cresco
6 Lime Springs Mill Complex April 11, 1977
(#77000518)
Former Iowa Highway 157
43°27′54″N 92°16′45″W / 43.465°N 92.279167°W / 43.465; -92.279167 (Lime Springs Mill Complex)
Lime Springs
7 Polygonal Barn, New Oregon Township June 30, 1986
(#86001437)
Off Iowa Highway 39
43°13′32″N 92°07′38″W / 43.225556°N 92.127222°W / 43.225556; -92.127222 (Polygonal Barn, New Oregon Township)
New Oregon Township
8 South Ward School November 10, 1982
(#82000408)
500 S. Elm St.
43°22′03″N 92°07′02″W / 43.3675°N 92.117222°W / 43.3675; -92.117222 (South Ward School)
Cresco

Humboldt CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Berkhimer Bridge May 15, 1998
(#98000523)
245th St. over the Des Moines River
42°44′21″N 94°15′11″W / 42.739167°N 94.253056°W / 42.739167; -94.253056 (Berkhimer Bridge)
Humboldt
2 Corydon Brown House November 14, 1978
(#78001223)
East of Dakota City off Iowa Highway 3
42°43′28″N 94°11′27″W / 42.724444°N 94.190833°W / 42.724444; -94.190833 (Corydon Brown House)
Dakota City
3 Des Moines River Bridge May 15, 1998
(#98000522)
Iowa Highway 3 over the West Fork of the Des Moines River
42°43′55″N 94°15′30″W / 42.731944°N 94.258333°W / 42.731944; -94.258333 (Des Moines River Bridge)
Humboldt Replaced in 2010
4 Humboldt County Court House August 28, 2003
(#03000823)
203 Main St.
42°43′21″N 94°12′58″W / 42.7225°N 94.216111°W / 42.7225; -94.216111 (Humboldt County Court House)
Dakota City
5 Humboldt Free Public Library May 23, 1983
(#83000368)
30 6th St., N.
42°43′16″N 94°13′10″W / 42.721111°N 94.219444°W / 42.721111; -94.219444 (Humboldt Free Public Library)
Humboldt
6 Renwick Generating Plant February 17, 1995
(#95000099)
103 N. Field St.
42°49′43″N 93°58′42″W / 42.828611°N 93.978333°W / 42.828611; -93.978333 (Renwick Generating Plant)
Renwick
7 Stephen Harris Taft House December 27, 2002
(#02001601)
809 1st Ave., N.
42°43′20″N 94°13′11″W / 42.722222°N 94.219722°W / 42.722222; -94.219722 (Stephen Harris Taft House)
Humboldt

Ida CountyEdit

Iowa CountyEdit

Jackson CountyEdit

Jasper CountyEdit

Jefferson CountyEdit

Johnson CountyEdit

Jones CountyEdit

Keokuk CountyEdit

Kossuth CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Algona Junior and Senior High School Building and High School Building Annex December 10, 2014
(#14001006)
213 and 301 S. Harlan St.
43°04′03″N 94°14′01″W / 43.067375°N 94.233652°W / 43.067375; -94.233652 (Algona Junior and Senior High School Building and High School Building Annex)
Algona
2 William C. and Hertha Dau House July 29, 1993
(#93000654)
315 S. Dodge St.
43°03′58″N 94°14′10″W / 43.066111°N 94.236111°W / 43.066111; -94.236111 (William C. and Hertha Dau House)
Algona
3 Des Moines River Bridge May 15, 1998
(#98000535)
County Road P14 over the East Fork of the Des Moines River
43°20′42″N 94°26′33″W / 43.345°N 94.4425°W / 43.345; -94.4425 (Des Moines River Bridge)
Swea City
4 G.A.R. Memorial Hall January 15, 2014
(#13001077)
122 S. Dodge St.
43°04′07″N 94°14′12″W / 43.068636°N 94.236727°W / 43.068636; -94.236727 (G.A.R. Memorial Hall)
Algona
5 Land and Loan Office Building March 19, 1998
(#98000250)
123 E. State St.
43°04′08″N 94°14′08″W / 43.068889°N 94.235556°W / 43.068889; -94.235556 (Land and Loan Office Building)
Algona Also known as the Henry Adams Building
6 Lu Verne City Jail December 18, 1992
(#92001662)
307 3rd St.
42°54′39″N 94°05′00″W / 42.910833°N 94.083333°W / 42.910833; -94.083333 (Lu Verne City Jail)
Lu Verne

Former listingsEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Longbottom Polygonal Barn June 30, 1986
(#86001456)
August 26, 2005 Off Iowa Highway 226
Titonka

Lee CountyEdit

Linn CountyEdit

Louisa CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Bethel Church February 22, 1979
(#79003698)
Northeast of Morning Sun, off U.S. Route 61
41°06′37″N 91°11′14″W / 41.11035833°N 91.18711389°W / 41.11035833; -91.18711389 (Bethel Church)
Morning Sun
2 Community Building August 14, 1973
(#73000735)
122 E. Maple St.
41°16′36″N 91°21′37″W / 41.276667°N 91.360278°W / 41.276667; -91.360278 (Community Building)
Columbus Junction
3 Commercial Hotel August 30, 2001
(#01000912)
227 N. Main St.
41°10′52″N 91°11′13″W / 41.181111°N 91.186944°W / 41.181111; -91.186944 (Commercial Hotel)
Wapello
4 County Line Bridge May 15, 1998
(#98000513)
140th block of County Line Rd. over Long Creek
41°16′01″N 91°29′07″W / 41.266944°N 91.485139°W / 41.266944; -91.485139 (County Line Bridge)
Columbus Junction Extends into Washington County
5 Florence-Council On The Iowa Site December 27, 1978
(#78001243)
At the site of the now-gone village of Florence[10]
41°06′29″N 91°06′57″W / 41.108056°N 91.115833°W / 41.108056; -91.115833 (Florence-Council On The Iowa Site)
Oakville
6 Gipple's Quarry Bridge May 15, 1998
(#98000512)
100 block of V Ave. over Buffington Creek
41°12′17″N 91°24′31″W / 41.204722°N 91.408611°W / 41.204722; -91.408611 (Gipple's Quarry Bridge)
Columbus Junction
7 Louisa County Courthouse July 2, 1981
(#81000253)
Main St.
41°10′43″N 91°11′10″W / 41.178611°N 91.186111°W / 41.178611; -91.186111 (Louisa County Courthouse)
Wapello
8 Toolesboro Mound Group October 15, 1966
(#66000337)
6568 Toolesboro Rd.[11]
41°08′34″N 91°03′50″W / 41.142778°N 91.063889°W / 41.142778; -91.063889 (Toolesboro Mound Group)
Toolesboro

Former listingEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Judge Francis Springer House January 27, 1983
(#83000388)
September 5, 2000 South of Columbus City
Columbus City Burned by owner in October 1997.[12]

Lucas CountyEdit

Lyon CountyEdit

Madison CountyEdit

Mahaska CountyEdit

Marion CountyEdit

Marshall CountyEdit

Mills CountyEdit

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Monroe CountyEdit

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Muscatine CountyEdit

O'Brien CountyEdit

Osceola CountyEdit

Page CountyEdit

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Pottawattamie CountyEdit

Poweshiek CountyEdit

Ringgold CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Beaconsfield Supply Store May 24, 2007
(#07000451)
1621 Main St.
40°48′27″N 94°03′01″W / 40.8076°N 94.0504°W / 40.8076; -94.0504 (Beaconsfield Supply Store)
Beaconsfield 1916 one-story brick building which was the birthplace of the Hy-Vee chain of stores and later served as a telephone office, city hall, and community center.
2 W.J. Buck Polygonal Barn June 30, 1986
(#86001471)
Off U.S. Route 169
40°46′57″N 94°15′25″W / 40.7825°N 94.256944°W / 40.7825; -94.256944 (W.J. Buck Polygonal Barn)
Diagonal
3 Middlefork Methodist Episcopal Church November 29, 1990
(#90001801)
South of U.S. Route 169 on the eastern side of the Middle Fork Grand River
40°35′47″N 94°19′03″W / 40.596389°N 94.3175°W / 40.596389; -94.3175 (Middlefork Methodist Episcopal Church)
Redding
4 Ringgold County Courthouse July 2, 1981
(#81000267)
Madison St.
40°42′46″N 94°14′26″W / 40.712778°N 94.240556°W / 40.712778; -94.240556 (Ringgold County Courthouse)
Mount Ayr
5 Ringgold County Jail June 19, 1979
(#79000939)
201 E. Monroe St.
40°42′43″N 94°14′09″W / 40.711944°N 94.235833°W / 40.711944; -94.235833 (Ringgold County Jail)
Mount Ayr
6 Lee Shay Farmhouse November 6, 1986
(#86003172)
Off County Road P27
40°41′13″N 94°22′57″W / 40.686944°N 94.3825°W / 40.686944; -94.3825 (Lee Shay Farmhouse)
Maloy

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Scott CountyEdit

Shelby CountyEdit

Sioux CountyEdit

Story CountyEdit

Tama CountyEdit

Taylor CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Bedford Commercial Historic District September 12, 2002
(#02001032)
200-500 blocks of Main St., the 500 and 600 blocks of Court, and the 500 block of Central
40°40′01″N 94°43′07″W / 40.666944°N 94.718611°W / 40.666944; -94.718611 (Bedford Commercial Historic District)
Bedford
2 Bedford House June 14, 1977
(#77000560)
306 Main St.
40°40′04″N 94°43′13″W / 40.667778°N 94.720278°W / 40.667778; -94.720278 (Bedford House)
Bedford
3 Bedford Oil Company Station July 15, 1999
(#99000831)
601 Madison
40°40′02″N 94°43′15″W / 40.667222°N 94.720833°W / 40.667222; -94.720833 (Bedford Oil Company Station)
Bedford
4 Bedford Public Library May 23, 1983
(#83000405)
Jefferson St.
40°36′29″N 94°44′53″W / 40.608056°N 94.748056°W / 40.608056; -94.748056 (Bedford Public Library)
Bedford
5 Lenox Hotel December 20, 2002
(#02001538)
114 S. Main St.
40°52′52″N 94°33′33″W / 40.881111°N 94.559167°W / 40.881111; -94.559167 (Lenox Hotel)
Lenox
6 Lenox Round Barn May 5, 1999
(#99000490)
1001 Pollock Boulevard
40°40′39″N 94°43′45″W / 40.6775°N 94.729167°W / 40.6775; -94.729167 (Lenox Round Barn)
Bedford
7 Taylor County Courthouse July 2, 1981
(#81000271)
Court Ave.
40°40′01″N 94°43′08″W / 40.666944°N 94.718889°W / 40.666944; -94.718889 (Taylor County Courthouse)
Bedford

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Wayne CountyEdit

Webster CountyEdit

Winnebago CountyEdit

Winneshiek CountyEdit

Woodbury CountyEdit

Worth CountyEdit

[7] Name on the Register Image Date listed[8] Location City or town Description
1 Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad-Grafton Station June 23, 1976
(#76000815)
Iowa Highway 337
43°19′33″N 93°04′13″W / 43.325833°N 93.070278°W / 43.325833; -93.070278 (Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad-Grafton Station)
Grafton
2 First Methodist Episcopal Church August 16, 2000
(#00000985)
401 Second Street
43°21′07″N 93°12′40″W / 43.351944°N 93.211111°W / 43.351944; -93.211111 (First Methodist Episcopal Church)
Kensett
3 Northwood Central Avenue Historic District September 19, 2006
(#06000857)
Roughly Central Avenue, W. near 5th St. to 9th St. on the east
43°26′46″N 93°13′22″W / 43.446111°N 93.222778°W / 43.446111; -93.222778 (Northwood Central Avenue Historic District)
Northwood
4 Old Worth County Courthouse July 2, 1981
(#81000276)
921 Central Avenue
43°26′38″N 93°13′07″W / 43.443889°N 93.218611°W / 43.443889; -93.218611 (Old Worth County Courthouse)
Northwood
5 Rhodes Mill November 24, 1978
(#78001274)
Main Street
43°15′50″N 93°25′16″W / 43.263889°N 93.421111°W / 43.263889; -93.421111 (Rhodes Mill)
Fertile
6 Worth County Courthouse July 2, 1981
(#81000705)
Central Avenue between 10th and 11th Streets
43°26′40″N 93°13′03″W / 43.444444°N 93.2175°W / 43.444444; -93.2175 (Worth County Courthouse)
Northwood

Wright CountyEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on September 13, 2019.
  2. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  3. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
  4. ^ Weekly List Actions, National Register of Historic Places website
  5. ^ The Vander Veer Park Historic District is split between east and west Davenport.
  6. ^ Effigy Mounds National Monument is split between Allamakee and Clayton counties; Le Grand Bridge (1896) is split between Marshall and Tama counties; County Line Bridge is split between Louisa and Washington counties; Bridgeport Bridge is split between Des Moines and Lee counties
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  9. ^ [1]
  10. ^ Springer, Arthur. History of Louisa County Iowa From Its Earliest Settlement to 1912. Vol. 1. Chicago: Clarke, 1912, 13.
  11. ^ Address derived from this Louisa County Conservation Board page; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted".
  12. ^ [2]
  13. ^ Vis, Robert B., and Dale R. Henning. "A Local Sequence for Mill Creek Sites in the Little Sioux River Valley". Plains Anthropologist 14.46 (1969): 253-271: 254.