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In February 1997 Consultant Molly Myers Naumann prepared a Multiple Property Inventory Form that was certified by the Iowa on November 7, 1997

This report lists the buildings in Clinton that were certified as eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.  Subsequently other buildings have been certified as eligible.

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The Van Allen Building - A National Historic Landmark designed by Louis H. Sullivan

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City National Bank (First National Bank) building  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

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Carnegie Library  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

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Corn Festival Saturday October 28 1916

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Government Building (Old Post Office)  Eligible for the National Register of Historic Places

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Howes building  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

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Moeszinger-Marquis (Armstrong) building  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

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Eligible for the National Register
80 Main Reter
84 Main Miller & Schumm
86 Main J.P. Gage Union Hall 1861
96 Main Lyons High School 1905
122 Main Iowa State Savings Bank Harbeck, Harry R. 1914
2112 Grant Stone Warehouse
214 21st Avenue North Grace Episcopal Church 1856
2807 North 2nd Street St. Irenaeus Church 1864
2204 North 2nd Street David Bachelder House 1866
2500 Pershing St. Boniface Church Herr, Fridolin 1908
2516 Pershing St. Boniface Rectory 1873
1818 North 3rd Street William Joyce House 1887
78 31st Avenue North Gardiner, Batchelder & Wells Office
2301 23rd Avenue North M.A. Disbrow Office
2108 Garfield Barnum House Rice 1898
2119 Garfield Leedham House Rice 1888
2209 Garfield Parker House 1859
2211 Garfield Conley House 1869
2216 Garfield Hazlett House 1860
2219 Garfield Rand House 1867
2224 Garfield Warren House 1874
600 South 4th Street Clinton High School (Roosevelt Admin. Building) Rice 1888
238 4th Avenue South St. John Episcopal Church Rice 1898
615 North 2nd Street Iten Biscuit Building 1905
501 North 2nd Street Schall Candy Company 1917
143 6th Avenue South Lafayette Hotel 1906
201 5th Avenue South Ankeny Building Holmes, Harold 1930
217 5th Avenue South Wilson Building Morrell 1912
301 5th Avenue South Federal Building (P.O.) Taylor, John Knox 1901
246 5th Avenue South Jacobsen Building (Lamb Block) Rice 1886
300 5th Avenue South Y.M.C.A. Building Morrell 1905
400 5th Avenue South First Presbyterian Church Coolidge & Hodgdon 1927
407 5th Avenue South Baldwin - Ward House
417 5th Avenue South Charles F. Curtis House Rice 1885
420 5th Avenue South
431 5th Avenue South A.G. Smith House Morrell 1914
432 5th Avenue South
437 5th Avenue South
443 5th Avenue South
444 5th Avenue South
445 5th Avenue South
503 5th Avenue South St. John Episcopal Church Parsonage
506 5th Avenue South
507 5th Avenue South
511 5th Avenue South
516 5th Avenue South H.W. Seaman House Morrell 1904
519 5th Avenue South
527 5th Avenue South
530 5th Avenue South
535 5th Avenue South
538 5th Avenue South
542 5th Avenue South
546 5th Avenue South
555 5th Avenue South
561 5th Avenue South
600 5th Avenue South
606 5th Avenue South
616 5th Avenue South
631 5th Avenue South
639 5th Avenue South
640 5th Avenue South
655 5th Avenue South
714 5th Avenue South
718 5th Avenue South
726 5th Avenue South
728 5th Avenue South
733 5th Avenue South
737 5th Avenue South
740 5th Avenue South H.A. Kelly House Morrell 1910
746 5th Avenue South Sherman Seaman (Karl Boegel) House 1909
747 5th Avenue South
750 5th Avenue South
751 5th Avenue South
754 5th Avenue South
755 5th Avenue South
800 5th Avenue South
803 5th Avenue South
807 5th Avenue South
810 5th Avenue South
811 5th Avenue South
823 5th Avenue South T.J. Hudson House Morrell 1914
827 5th Avenue South
830 5th Avenue South G.E. Wilson House Van Doren Shaw, Howard 1923
835 5th Avenue South
844 5th Avenue South Frederick Van Allen House Morrell 1911
845 5th Avenue South
900 5th Avenue South
910 5th Avenue South
915 5th Avenue South A. Walsh House 1893
920 5th Avenue South
1000 5th Avenue South
1003 5th Avenue South
1005 5th Avenue South
1012 5th Avenue South
317 11th Avenue South C&NW Railroad Station Frost, Charles Sumner 1915

Eligible for the National Register with further research and/or sympathetic restoration/rehabilitation
200 Main Buell Block 1890
94 Main 1st National Bank of Lyons Morrell 1907
227 Main
79 Main
101 5th Avenue South
111 5th Avenue South
121 5th Avenue South T.M. Gobbel Company Morrell 1916
137 5th Avenue South
212 5th Avenue South
220 5th Avenue South
236 5th Avenue South
518 South 2nd Street
516 South 2nd Street
512 South 2nd Street Snow White Drug Store 1919
402 South 2nd Street Pahl Building Ladehoff, Gus 1916
503 South 2nd Street Donlan-Redden Company Morrell 1914
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places
612 North 2nd Street Clinton County Courthouse Rice 1893
306 8th Avenue South Clinton Public Library Patton & Miller 1903
420 5th Avenue South George M. Curtis House Rice 1885
226 5th Avenue South First National Bank Morrell 1911
317 7th Avenue South Lafayette Lamb House (Y.W.C.A.) Sanborn 1877
200 5th Avenue South Van Allen Building (NHL) Sullivan 1914
201 5th Avenue South Ankeny Building Holmes, Harold 1930
721 South 2nd Street Moeszinger-Marquis/Armstrong Building Rice 1891
419 South 2nd Street Howes Building Rice 1900
1720 Main Dr. A.L. Ankeny House
Castle Terrace Historic District
1354 8th Avenue South
637 South 14th Street 1931
1332 Caroline 1927
1338 Caroline 1927
1354 Caroline 1927
1355 Caroline
703 Terrace 1927
705 Terrace
706 Terrace
707 Terrace
711 Terrace
715 Terrace
716 Terrace
719 Terrace

Potentially Eligible for the National Register of Historic Places
106 8th Avenue South Union Iron Works/Iowa Machine & Foundry * 1856
520 9th Avenue South St. Mary's Church * Rice 1884
516 9th Avenue South St. Mary's Rectory * Rice 1896
316 South 4th Street Sacred Heart/Universalist/Apostolic Church * Pashley, W. 1870
331 4th Avenue South Whitney Markley House *
500 4th Avenue South Huston House * 1871
612 South 3rd Street First United Methodist Church * Osgood, Sudney J. 1902
2804 North 2nd Street Justus Lund House Rice 1895
101 5th Avenue South Shoecraft Building Rice 1892
315 11th Avenue South CNW Railroad Station
59 Main P.O. Block Rice 1899
516 South 1st Street Gerhard property 1855
2700 North 2nd Street Silas Gardiner House 1880
1718 North 10th Street Lyman A. Ellis House 1871

200 5th Avenue South #304 * Clinton * Iowa * 52732