National Register of Historic Places listings in Sacramento County, California

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Sacramento County, California.

Location of Sacramento County in California
Big Four House, after move to Old Sacramento area

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Sacramento County, California, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in an online map.[1]

There are 103 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 6 National Historic Landmarks. Another property was once listed but has been removed. The table does not include the Big Four House, which was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1961, but is not listed on the National Register.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 18, 2020.[2]
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Current listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Alkali Flat Central Historic District July 26, 1984
(#84000929)
Roughly E and F Sts. between 9th and 12th Sts.
38°35′04″N 121°29′23″W / 38.584444°N 121.489722°W / 38.584444; -121.489722 (Alkali Flat Central Historic District)
Sacramento
2 Alkali Flat North Historic District April 19, 1984
(#84000933)
D and 11th Sts.
38°35′12″N 121°29′16″W / 38.586667°N 121.487778°W / 38.586667; -121.487778 (Alkali Flat North Historic District)
Sacramento
3 Alkali Flat West Historic District July 26, 1984
(#84000936)
E, F, and 8th Sts.
38°35′09″N 121°29′35″W / 38.585833°N 121.493056°W / 38.585833; -121.493056 (Alkali Flat West Historic District)
Sacramento
4 Alta Mesa Farm Bureau Hall January 7, 1987
(#86003577)
10195 Alta Mesa Rd.
38°23′13″N 121°13′25″W / 38.387070°N 121.223645°W / 38.387070; -121.223645 (Alta Mesa Farm Bureau Hall)
Wilton The hall was destroyed by fire in 1987,[6] although the detached restroom building still stood as of June 2014.
5 American Cash Apartments-American Cash Store March 22, 2016
(#16000094)
1117-1123 8th St.
38°34′47″N 121°29′48″W / 38.57971°N 121.49671°W / 38.57971; -121.49671 (American Cash Apartments-American Cash Store)
Sacramento
6 American River Grange Hall No. 172 October 10, 1996
(#96001079)
2720 Kilgore Rd.
38°36′03″N 121°16′28″W / 38.600833°N 121.274444°W / 38.600833; -121.274444 (American River Grange Hall No. 172)
Rancho Cordova
7 George & Mabel Barr House October 21, 2019
(#100004528)
2672 Montgomery Way
38°32′48″N 121°28′40″W / 38.5467°N 121.4778°W / 38.5467; -121.4778 (George & Mabel Barr House)
Sacramento
8 Blue Anchor Building February 3, 1983
(#83001224)
1400 10th St.
38°34′33″N 121°29′42″W / 38.575833°N 121.495°W / 38.575833; -121.495 (Blue Anchor Building)
Sacramento
9 Boulevard Park October 6, 2011
(#11000705)
Roughly bounded by B and H Streets, 20th Street, 22nd Street and 23rd Street
38°34′53″N 121°28′32″W / 38.581389°N 121.475556°W / 38.581389; -121.475556 (Boulevard Park)
Sacramento Historic Residential Suburbs in the United States, 1830-1960 Multiple Property Submission (MPS)
10 Brewster Building August 16, 2000
(#00000981)
201 Fourth St.
38°15′13″N 121°21′42″W / 38.253611°N 121.361667°W / 38.253611; -121.361667 (Brewster Building)
Galt
11 Brewster House June 23, 1978
(#78000740)
206 5th St.
38°15′12″N 121°18′14″W / 38.253333°N 121.303889°W / 38.253333; -121.303889 (Brewster House)
Galt
12 Brighton School April 3, 1981
(#81000168)
3312 Bradshaw Rd.
38°33′44″N 121°20′09″W / 38.562222°N 121.335833°W / 38.562222; -121.335833 (Brighton School)
Sacramento
13 John Stanford Brown House July 28, 2004
(#04000733)
13950 CA 160
38°14′53″N 121°30′41″W / 38.248056°N 121.511389°W / 38.248056; -121.511389 (John Stanford Brown House)
Walnut Grove
14 California Governor's Mansion November 10, 1970
(#70000139)
16th and H Sts.
38°34′49″N 121°29′01″W / 38.580278°N 121.483611°W / 38.580278; -121.483611 (California Governor's Mansion)
Sacramento
15 California State Capitol April 3, 1973
(#73000427)
Between 10th and 16th and L and N Sts.
38°34′34″N 121°29′26″W / 38.576111°N 121.490556°W / 38.576111; -121.490556 (California State Capitol)
Sacramento
16 Calpak Plant No. 11 May 17, 1984
(#84000939)
1721 C St.
38°35′09″N 121°28′49″W / 38.585830°N 121.480407°W / 38.585830; -121.480407 (Calpak Plant No. 11)
Sacramento
17 Capitol Extension District May 24, 1984
(#84000944)
Capitol Mall
38°34′37″N 121°29′46″W / 38.576944°N 121.496111°W / 38.576944; -121.496111 (Capitol Extension District)
Sacramento
18 J.C. Carly House March 22, 2006
(#06000143)
2761 Montgomery Way
38°32′56″N 121°28′33″W / 38.548889°N 121.475833°W / 38.548889; -121.475833 (J.C. Carly House)
Sacramento
19 Chung Wah Cemetery August 21, 1995
(#95000999)
Mormon St. vicinity, near Lake Natoma
38°40′13″N 121°11′43″W / 38.670278°N 121.195278°W / 38.670278; -121.195278 (Chung Wah Cemetery)
Folsom
20 Cohn House January 21, 1982
(#82002228)
305 Scott St.
38°40′43″N 121°10′26″W / 38.678611°N 121.173889°W / 38.678611; -121.173889 (Cohn House)
Folsom
21 Coolot Company Building September 20, 1978
(#78000742)
812 J St.
38°34′51″N 121°29′41″W / 38.580833°N 121.494722°W / 38.580833; -121.494722 (Coolot Company Building)
Sacramento No longer standing. Originally constructed in 1861 by Leland Stanford.[6]
22 Cranston-Geary House January 23, 1998
(#97001662)
2101 G St.
38°34′47″N 121°28′32″W / 38.579722°N 121.475556°W / 38.579722; -121.475556 (Cranston-Geary House)
Sacramento
23 E. B. Crocker Art Gallery May 6, 1971
(#71000176)
216 O St.
38°34′37″N 121°30′18″W / 38.576944°N 121.505°W / 38.576944; -121.505 (E. B. Crocker Art Gallery)
Sacramento
24 DELTA KING March 31, 1978
(#78000797)
1000 Front St.
38°34′58″N 121°30′25″W / 38.582778°N 121.506944°W / 38.582778; -121.506944 (DELTA KING)
Sacramento Located in Rio Vista when listed on the National Register; moved to Old Sacramento in 1984 and converted to a hotel, restaurant and theater[7]
25 Delta Meadows Site November 5, 1971
(#71000175)
Address Restricted
Locke
26 Dunlap's Dining Room April 2, 1992
(#92000308)
4322 Fourth Ave.
38°32′52″N 121°27′18″W / 38.547778°N 121.455°W / 38.547778; -121.455 (Dunlap's Dining Room)
Sacramento
27 Eastern Star Hall January 7, 1993
(#92001757)
2719 K St.
38°34′21″N 121°28′22″W / 38.5725°N 121.472778°W / 38.5725; -121.472778 (Eastern Star Hall)
Sacramento
28 William Ehrhardt House July 10, 2003
(#03000614)
Dartmoor Way and Percheron Dr.
38°24′11″N 121°26′54″W / 38.403056°N 121.448333°W / 38.403056; -121.448333 (William Ehrhardt House)
Elk Grove
29 Elk Grove Historic District March 1, 1988
(#87002410)
8986-9097 Elk Grove Blvd. also School, Gage and Grove Sts.
38°24′33″N 121°21′49″W / 38.409167°N 121.363611°W / 38.409167; -121.363611 (Elk Grove Historic District)
Elk Grove
30 Fire Station No. 6 April 25, 1991
(#91000484)
3414 4th Ave.
38°33′02″N 121°28′07″W / 38.550556°N 121.468611°W / 38.550556; -121.468611 (Fire Station No. 6)
Sacramento
31 Firehouse No. 3 October 29, 1991
(#91001537)
1215 19th St.
38°34′28″N 121°28′52″W / 38.574444°N 121.481111°W / 38.574444; -121.481111 (Firehouse No. 3)
Sacramento
32 Folsom Depot February 19, 1982
(#82002229)
200 Wool St.
38°40′45″N 121°10′47″W / 38.679167°N 121.179722°W / 38.679167; -121.179722 (Folsom Depot)
Folsom Southern Pacific Railroad standard design Two Story Combination Depot No. 22[8]
33 Folsom Powerhouse October 2, 1973
(#73000426)
Off Folsom Blvd. in Folsom Lake State Recreation Area
38°40′50″N 121°10′32″W / 38.680556°N 121.175556°W / 38.680556; -121.175556 (Folsom Powerhouse)
Folsom
34 Mary Haley Galarneaux House February 12, 2001
(#01000077)
922-924 T. St.
38°34′15″N 121°29′56″W / 38.570833°N 121.498889°W / 38.570833; -121.498889 (Mary Haley Galarneaux House)
Sacramento
35 John T. Greene House April 15, 1982
(#82002231)
3200 H St.
38°34′31″N 121°27′44″W / 38.575278°N 121.462222°W / 38.575278; -121.462222 (John T. Greene House)
Sacramento
36 Anne Hathaway Cottage October 21, 2019
(#100004529)
2640 Montgomery
38°32′48″N 121°28′43″W / 38.5467°N 121.4786°W / 38.5467; -121.4786 (Anne Hathaway Cottage)
Sacramento
37 Heilbron House December 12, 1976
(#76000511)
704 O St.
38°34′34″N 121°29′54″W / 38.576111°N 121.498333°W / 38.576111; -121.498333 (Heilbron House)
Sacramento
38 Hotel Regis October 29, 1982
(#82000979)
1024-1030 K St
38°34′44″N 121°29′30″W / 38.578889°N 121.491667°W / 38.578889; -121.491667 (Hotel Regis)
Sacramento
39 Hotel Senator May 30, 1979
(#79003459)
1121 L St.
38°34′40″N 121°29′28″W / 38.577778°N 121.491111°W / 38.577778; -121.491111 (Hotel Senator)
Sacramento
40 Edward P. Howe, Jr., House February 19, 1982
(#82002232)
2215 21st St.
38°33′46″N 121°28′59″W / 38.562778°N 121.483056°W / 38.562778; -121.483056 (Edward P. Howe, Jr., House)
Sacramento
41 Hubbard-Upson House December 2, 1977
(#77000327)
1010 F St.
38°35′04″N 121°29′24″W / 38.584444°N 121.49°W / 38.584444; -121.49 (Hubbard-Upson House)
Sacramento
42 I Street Bridge April 22, 1982
(#82002233)
CA 16
38°34′39″N 121°30′18″W / 38.5775°N 121.505°W / 38.5775; -121.505 (I Street Bridge)
Sacramento
43 Imperial Theatre October 29, 1982
(#82000980)
Market St.
38°14′29″N 121°30′46″W / 38.241389°N 121.512778°W / 38.241389; -121.512778 (Imperial Theatre)
Walnut Grove
44 Indian Stone Corral April 16, 1975
(#75000456)
Address Restricted
Orangevale
45 Isleton Chinese and Japanese Commercial Districts March 14, 1991
(#91000297)
Bounded by River Rd. and Union, E and H Sts.
38°09′45″N 121°36′18″W / 38.1625°N 121.605°W / 38.1625; -121.605 (Isleton Chinese and Japanese Commercial Districts)
Isleton
46 J Street Wreck May 16, 1991
(#91000562)
At the foot of J St., in the Sacramento River
38°35′02″N 121°30′19″W / 38.583889°N 121.505278°W / 38.583889; -121.505278 (J Street Wreck)
Sacramento The remains of a brig used as a warehouse off J Street which sank in 1855.[6]
47 Joe Mound October 14, 1971
(#71000177)
Address Restricted
Sacramento An Indian village site of the Maidu near present day Discovery Park. No marker on the site.[6]
48 J. Neely Johnson House September 13, 1976
(#76000512)
1029 F St.
38°35′05″N 121°29′22″W / 38.584722°N 121.489444°W / 38.584722; -121.489444 (J. Neely Johnson House)
Sacramento
49 Theodore Judah School July 25, 1997
(#97000810)
3919 McKinley Blvd.
38°34′39″N 121°27′42″W / 38.5775°N 121.461667°W / 38.5775; -121.461667 (Theodore Judah School)
Sacramento
50 Kuchler Row June 25, 1982
(#82002234)
608-614 10th St.
38°35′03″N 121°29′27″W / 38.584167°N 121.490833°W / 38.584167; -121.490833 (Kuchler Row)
Sacramento
51 Charles Lais House February 28, 1985
(#85000358)
1301 H St.
38°34′54″N 121°29′13″W / 38.581667°N 121.486944°W / 38.581667; -121.486944 (Charles Lais House)
Sacramento
52 Lawrence Warehouse January 15, 2014
(#13001067)
1108 R St.
38°34′15″N 121°29′44″W / 38.570758°N 121.495594°W / 38.570758; -121.495594 (Lawrence Warehouse)
Sacramento
53 Libby, McNeil and Libby Fruit and Vegetable Cannery March 2, 1982
(#82002235)
1724 Stockton Blvd.
38°33′52″N 121°27′59″W / 38.564444°N 121.466389°W / 38.564444; -121.466389 (Libby, McNeil and Libby Fruit and Vegetable Cannery)
Sacramento
54 Locke Historic District May 6, 1971
(#71000174)
Bounded on the W by the Sacramento River, on the N by Locke Rd., on the E by Alley St., and on the S by Levee St.
38°15′03″N 121°30′26″W / 38.250833°N 121.507222°W / 38.250833; -121.507222 (Locke Historic District)
Locke
55 Maydestone Apartments September 25, 2012
(#12000812)
1001 15th St.
38°34′42″N 121°29′11″W / 38.578215°N 121.486443°W / 38.578215; -121.486443 (Maydestone Apartments)
Sacramento
56 C. K. McClatchy Senior High School November 2, 2001
(#01001193)
3066 Freeport Blvd.
38°33′04″N 121°29′33″W / 38.551111°N 121.4925°W / 38.551111; -121.4925 (C. K. McClatchy Senior High School)
Sacramento
57 McKinley Park October 18, 2018
(#100003036)
Corner of H St. & Alhambra Blvd.
38°34′30″N 121°27′48″W / 38.5751°N 121.4634°W / 38.5751; -121.4634 (McKinley Park)
Sacramento
58 Merchants National Bank of Sacramento February 16, 1996
(#96000108)
1015 7th St.
38°34′52″N 121°29′47″W / 38.581111°N 121.496389°W / 38.581111; -121.496389 (Merchants National Bank of Sacramento)
Sacramento
59 Merrium Apartments September 13, 1990
(#90001386)
1017 14th St.
38°34′41″N 121°29′12″W / 38.578056°N 121.486667°W / 38.578056; -121.486667 (Merrium Apartments)
Sacramento Demolished in the 1990s for expansion of the Sacramento Convention Center.[6]
60 Mesick House January 21, 1982
(#82002236)
517 8th St.
38°35′10″N 121°29′34″W / 38.586111°N 121.492778°W / 38.586111; -121.492778 (Mesick House)
Sacramento
61 Mohr and Yoerk Market July 31, 2017
(#100001385)
1029 K St.
38°34′45″N 121°29′34″W / 38.579116°N 121.492821°W / 38.579116; -121.492821 (Mohr and Yoerk Market)
Sacramento
62 Goethe House February 19, 1982
(#82002230)
3731 T St.
38°33′33″N 121°27′34″W / 38.559167°N 121.459444°W / 38.559167; -121.459444 (Goethe House)
Sacramento
63 New Helvetia Historic District April 4, 2014
(#14000109)
752 Revere St.
38°33′47″N 121°30′17″W / 38.56294°N 121.504821°W / 38.56294; -121.504821 (New Helvetia Historic District)
Sacramento
64 Nisenan Village Site March 21, 1978
(#78000739)
Address Restricted
Carmichael
65 Old Fair Oaks Bridge September 25, 2006
(#06000913)
Crosses the American River at Bridge St. to American River Pkwy, north of Upper Sunrise Dr. in Gold River
38°38′17″N 121°15′54″W / 38.638056°N 121.265°W / 38.638056; -121.265 (Old Fair Oaks Bridge)
Fair Oaks
66 Old Sacramento Historic District October 15, 1966
(#66000219)
Junctions of U.S. 40, 50, 99, and CA 16 and 24
38°34′58″N 121°30′12″W / 38.582778°N 121.503333°W / 38.582778; -121.503333 (Old Sacramento Historic District)
Sacramento
67 Old Tavern September 15, 1983
(#83001225)
2801 Capitol Ave.
38°34′15″N 121°28′09″W / 38.570833°N 121.469167°W / 38.570833; -121.469167 (Old Tavern)
Sacramento
68 PG&E Powerhouse September 23, 2010
(#10000774)
400 Jibboom St.
38°35′42″N 121°30′18″W / 38.595°N 121.505°W / 38.595; -121.505 (PG&E Powerhouse)
Sacramento
69 Pony Express Terminal October 15, 1966
(#66000220)
1006 2nd St.
38°34′59″N 121°30′11″W / 38.583056°N 121.503056°W / 38.583056; -121.503056 (Pony Express Terminal)
Sacramento Also known as B. F. Hastings Bank Building
70 Rosebud Ranch December 31, 1979
(#79000521)
North of Hood
38°23′08″N 121°30′46″W / 38.385556°N 121.512778°W / 38.385556; -121.512778 (Rosebud Ranch)
Hood
71 Ruhstaller Building January 21, 1982
(#82002237)
900 J St.
38°34′50″N 121°29′38″W / 38.580556°N 121.493889°W / 38.580556; -121.493889 (Ruhstaller Building)
Sacramento Built in 1898, at the corner of 9th and J Street in Sacramento, California, the 20,000 square feet building was built by the behest of Frank F. Ruhstaller and housed The Ruhstaller Brewery offices. Ruhstaller also managed Buffalo Brewery and made the building its headquarters as well.
72 Runyon House October 27, 2000
(#00001270)
12865 River Rd.
38°17′20″N 121°33′20″W / 38.288889°N 121.555556°W / 38.288889; -121.555556 (Runyon House)
Courtland
73 Sacramento Air Depot Historic District January 21, 1992
(#91001969)
McClellan Air Force Base
38°39′33″N 121°23′13″W / 38.659167°N 121.386944°W / 38.659167; -121.386944 (Sacramento Air Depot Historic District)
North Highlands
74 Sacramento Bank Building January 21, 1982
(#82002238)
3418 Broadway
38°33′07″N 121°28′05″W / 38.551944°N 121.468056°W / 38.551944; -121.468056 (Sacramento Bank Building)
Sacramento
75 Sacramento City Cemetery November 5, 2014
(#14000889)
1000 Broadway
38°33′47″N 121°30′04″W / 38.563°N 121.5010°W / 38.563; -121.5010 (Sacramento City Cemetery)
Sacramento
76 Sacramento City Library July 30, 1992
(#92000967)
828 I St.
38°34′54″N 121°29′42″W / 38.581749°N 121.495129°W / 38.581749; -121.495129 (Sacramento City Library)
Sacramento part of the California Carnegie Libraries MPS
77 Sacramento Hall of Justice September 24, 1999
(#99001179)
813 6th St.
38°35′01″N 121°29′06″W / 38.583611°N 121.485°W / 38.583611; -121.485 (Sacramento Hall of Justice)
Sacramento
78 Sacramento Junior College Annex and Extensions August 22, 1994
(#94000924)
3835 Freeport Blvd.
38°32′28″N 121°29′17″W / 38.541111°N 121.488056°W / 38.541111; -121.488056 (Sacramento Junior College Annex and Extensions)
Sacramento
79 Sacramento Masonic Temple May 17, 2001
(#01000488)
1131 J St.
38°34′55″N 121°29′27″W / 38.581944°N 121.490833°W / 38.581944; -121.490833 (Sacramento Masonic Temple)
Sacramento
80 Sacramento Memorial Auditorium March 29, 1978
(#78000743)
16th and J Sts.
38°34′44″N 121°29′05″W / 38.578889°N 121.484722°W / 38.578889; -121.484722 (Sacramento Memorial Auditorium)
Sacramento
81 Shiloh Baptist Church July 3, 2012
(#12000376)
3552 7th Ave.
38°32′40″N 121°28′07″W / 38.544322°N 121.468558°W / 38.544322; -121.468558 (Shiloh Baptist Church)
Sacramento
82 Slocum House January 31, 1979
(#79000520)
7992 California Ave.
38°38′29″N 121°16′05″W / 38.641389°N 121.268056°W / 38.641389; -121.268056 (Slocum House)
Fair Oaks
83 Southern Pacific Railroad Company's Sacramento Depot April 21, 1975
(#75000457)
5th and I Sts.
38°35′03″N 121°30′00″W / 38.584167°N 121.5°W / 38.584167; -121.5 (Southern Pacific Railroad Company's Sacramento Depot)
Sacramento
84 SMUD Headquarters Building January 4, 2010
(#09001161)
6301 S. St.
38°33′11″N 121°25′58″W / 38.553122°N 121.432861°W / 38.553122; -121.432861 (SMUD Headquarters Building)
Sacramento
85 Southern Pacific Railroad Section Superintendent House June 13, 2008
(#08000501)
815 Oakdale St.
38°40′11″N 121°10′55″W / 38.669639°N 121.182028°W / 38.669639; -121.182028 (Southern Pacific Railroad Section Superintendent House)
Folsom
86 Southside Park December 18, 2017
(#100001892)
Between T, W, 6th & 8th Sts.
38°34′08″N 121°30′11″W / 38.568949°N 121.502935°W / 38.568949; -121.502935 (Southside Park)
Sacramento
87 Stanford-Lathrop House December 9, 1971
(#71000178)
800 N St.
38°34′35″N 121°29′50″W / 38.576389°N 121.497222°W / 38.576389; -121.497222 (Stanford-Lathrop House)
Sacramento A mansion once owned by Leland Stanford, Governor of California from 1862 to 1863, U.S. Senator from 1885 to 1893, railroad tycoon, member of the Big Four and founder of Stanford University.
88 Sutter Club May 8, 2017
(#100000951)
1220 9th St.
38°34′40″N 121°29′47″W / 38.577834°N 121.496413°W / 38.577834; -121.496413 (Sutter Club)
Sacramento
89 Sutter's Fort October 15, 1966
(#66000221)
2701 L St.
38°34′20″N 121°28′12″W / 38.572222°N 121.47°W / 38.572222; -121.47 (Sutter's Fort)
Sacramento
90 Tower Bridge June 24, 1982
(#82004845)
CA 275 across Sacramento River
38°34′18″N 121°30′25″W / 38.571667°N 121.506944°W / 38.571667; -121.506944 (Tower Bridge)
Sacramento
91 Travelers' Hotel October 19, 1978
(#78000744)
428 J St.
38°34′54″N 121°29′58″W / 38.581667°N 121.499444°W / 38.581667; -121.499444 (Travelers' Hotel)
Sacramento
92 U.S. Post Office, Courthouse and Federal Building January 25, 1980
(#80000835)
801 I St.
38°34′57″N 121°29′37″W / 38.5825°N 121.493611°W / 38.5825; -121.493611 (U.S. Post Office, Courthouse and Federal Building)
Sacramento
93 Van Voorhies House November 17, 1977
(#77000328)
925 G St.
38°35′03″N 121°29′29″W / 38.584167°N 121.491389°W / 38.584167; -121.491389 (Van Voorhies House)
Sacramento
94 Anton Wagner Duplex November 10, 1980
(#80000836)
701 E St.
38°35′13″N 121°29′35″W / 38.586944°N 121.493056°W / 38.586944; -121.493056 (Anton Wagner Duplex)
Sacramento
95 Walnut Grove Chinese-American Historic District March 22, 1990
(#90000484)
Bounded by C, Tyler, and Bridge Sts., and River Rd.
38°14′32″N 121°30′46″W / 38.242222°N 121.512778°W / 38.242222; -121.512778 (Walnut Grove Chinese-American Historic District)
Walnut Grove
96 Walnut Grove Commercial/Residential Historic District April 12, 1990
(#90000551)
Browns Alley and River Rd.
38°14′21″N 121°30′54″W / 38.239167°N 121.515°W / 38.239167; -121.515 (Walnut Grove Commercial/Residential Historic District)
Walnut Grove
97 Walnut Grove Gakuen Hall June 17, 1980
(#80000837)
Pine and C Sts.
38°14′31″N 121°30′33″W / 38.241944°N 121.509167°W / 38.241944; -121.509167 (Walnut Grove Gakuen Hall)
Walnut Grove
98 Walnut Grove Japanese-American Historic District March 22, 1990
(#90000483)
Bounded by Winnie St., Tyler St., C St., and River Rd.
38°14′36″N 121°30′44″W / 38.243333°N 121.512222°W / 38.243333; -121.512222 (Walnut Grove Japanese-American Historic District)
Walnut Grove
99 Westminster Presbyterian Church May 22, 2003
(#03000425)
1300 N St.
38°34′35″N 121°29′27″W / 38.576389°N 121.490833°W / 38.576389; -121.490833 (Westminster Presbyterian Church)
Sacramento
100 Julius Wetzlar House March 31, 1983
(#83001226)
1021 H St.
38°34′58″N 121°29′27″W / 38.582778°N 121.490833°W / 38.582778; -121.490833 (Julius Wetzlar House)
Sacramento
101 Winters House January 25, 1999
(#98001634)
2324 and 2326 H St.
38°34′39″N 121°28′23″W / 38.5775°N 121.473056°W / 38.5775; -121.473056 (Winters House)
Sacramento
102 Edwin Witter Ranch March 14, 1991
(#91000284)
3480 Witter Way
38°37′54″N 121°32′05″W / 38.631667°N 121.534722°W / 38.631667; -121.534722 (Edwin Witter Ranch)
Sacramento
103 Woodlake Site May 6, 1971
(#71000179)
Address Restricted
Sacramento

Former listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Alhambra Theatre 1973
(#73002250)
1973 1101 Alhambra Blvd.
Sacramento Demolished in 1973.
2 Bennett Mound 1971
(#71001077)
Unknown NW of Sacramento
Sacramento Destroyed by agricultural operations
3 Utah Condensed Milk Company Plant August 3, 1978
(#78000741)
2005 621 3rd St.
Sacramento Destroyed by fire November 24, 1992

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on September 18, 2020.
  3. ^ a b 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.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010.
  5. ^ 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.
  6. ^ a b c d e McManis, Sam (5 November 2011). "Sacramento sites on Historic Register sometimes elusive". Sacramento Bee.
  7. ^ "The Story of the Delta King". Sacramento, California. Retrieved February 13, 2011.
  8. ^ Bender, Henry E., Jr. (2013). Southern Pacific Lines Standard-Design Depots. Berkeley and Winton, California: Signature Press. pp. 132–133. ISBN 9781930013339.