National Register of Historic Places Listings in Clark County, Ohio - Current Listings

Current Listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
Arcade Hotel 01974-10-16October 16, 1974 Fountain Ave. and High St.
Springfield
Francis Bookwalter House 01980-01-03January 3, 1980 611 S. Fountain Ave.
Springfield
Brewer Log House 01974-08-13August 13, 1974 2665 Old Springfield Rd., south of Springfield
Green Township
David Crabill House 01975-10-10October 10, 1975 5 mi (8.0 km) east of Springfield off State Route 4
Moorefield Township
East High Street District 01974-10-09October 9, 1974 Roughly bounded by E. High, S. Sycamore, and Walnut Sts.
Springfield
Enon Mound 01972-02-23February 23, 1972 Mound Circle in central Enon
Enon Probably built by the Adena culture.
Green Plain Monthly Meetinghouse 01982-04-01April 1, 1982 Clifton Rd., southwest of South Charleston
Madison Township
Daniel Hertzler House 01978-02-07February 7, 1978 West of Springfield off State Route 4
Bethel Township
Kenton-Hunt Farm 01980-02-08February 8, 1980 North of Springfield at 4690 Urbana Rd.
Moorefield Township
Lagonda Club Building 01975-05-28May 28, 1975 Northwestern corner of High and Spring Sts.
Springfield
Main Street Buildings 01979-03-02March 2, 1979 6-14 E. Main St.
Springfield
Marquart-Mercer Farm 01979-07-26July 26, 1979 Southwest of Springfield
Mad River Township
Masonic Temple 02008-12-17December 17, 2008 125 W. High St.
Springfield
Municipal Building 01973-05-25May 25, 1973 S. Fountain Ave. between High and Washington Sts.
Springfield
Myers Hall 01975-06-30June 30, 1975 Wittenberg Ave. and Ward St.
Springfield
Newlove Works 01973-06-04June 4, 1973 Along Newlove Road in Section 29 of Harmony Township
Harmony Township
Odd Fellows' Home for Orphans, Indigent and Aged 01980-04-16April 16, 1980 404 E. McCreight Ave.
Springfield
Old Enon Road Stone Arch Culvert 02009-04-16April 16, 2009 Rocky Point Rd., approximately 185 feet west of Old Mill Rd.
Mad River Township
Olive Branch High School 02009-07-23July 23, 2009 9710 W. National Rd., southeast of New Carlisle
Bethel Township
Ollie's Tavern 01997-01-25January 25, 1997 10516 Marquart Rd., north of New Carlisle
Pike Township
Pennsylvania House 01973-04-11April 11, 1973 1311 W. Main St.
Springfield
Pickaway Settlements Battlesite 01980-05-08May 8, 1980 North of Enon
Bethel Township
Pringle-Patric House 01997-12-15December 15, 1997 1314-1316 E. High St.
Springfield
C.A. Reeser House 01980-06-20June 20, 1980 1425 Innisfallen Ave.
Springfield Destroyed
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church 02006-06-07June 7, 2006 27 N. Wittenberg Ave.
Springfield
St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church 01982-03-15March 15, 1982 802 Kenton St.
Springfield
St. Raphael Church 01976-06-22June 22, 1976 225 E. High St.
Springfield
Shawnee Hotel 01985-12-05December 5, 1985 Main and Limestone Sts.
Springfield
South Charleston Historic District 01978-07-17July 17, 1978 Centered on Jamestown and Chillicothe Sts.
South Charleston
South Fountain Avenue Historic District 01983-12-29December 29, 1983 Roughly Fountain Ave. and Limestone St. from Perrin to Monroe Sts.
Springfield
Tecumseh Building 02000-12-28December 28, 2000 34 W. High St.
Springfield
Third Presbyterian Church 01980-01-03January 3, 1980 714 N. Limestone St.
Springfield
Thomas Manufacturing Company Warehouse 02001-02-02February 2, 2001 360 S. Limestone St.
Springfield
Warder Public Library 01978-02-17February 17, 1978 E. High and Spring Sts.
Springfield A gift of local businessman Benjamin Warder, it now houses the Warder Literacy Center after the main branch of Clark County Public Library was moved to a modern facility in 1989.
Westcott House 01974-07-24July 24, 1974 1340 E. High St.
Springfield The only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Prairie School house in Ohio

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