Butler County Courthouse (Poplar Bluff MPS), Public Sq., Poplar Bluff (12/01/94)

Greer, Alfred W., House, 955 Kinzer St., Poplar Bluff (2/12/98)

Hargrove Pivot Bridge, CR 159 over Black River, Poplar Bluff vicinity (10/15/85)

Koehler Fortified Archaeological Site, address restricted (12/18/70)

Little Black River Archaeological District, address restricted (also in Ripley County) (4/21/75)

Mark Twain School, 1012 N Main St., Poplar Bluff (2/05/98)

Moore-Dalton House (Poplar Bluff MPS), 421 N Main St., Poplar Bluff (12/01/94)

Moore, J. Herbert, House, 445 N 11th St., Poplar Bluff (12/12/98)

Moore, Thomas, House, 435 Lester St., Poplar Bluff (2/12/98)

North Main Street Historic District (Poplar Bluff MPS; MAP [see note]), 400 blk. of N. Main St., Poplar Bluff (7/14/11)

Phillips, John Archibald, House, 522 Cherry St., Poplar Bluff (2/12/98)

Poplar Bluff Commercial Historic District (Poplar Bluff MPS ; MAP [see note]), roughly S Broadway from Cedar St. to Vine St., and Vine from 5th St. to S Broadway, Poplar Bluff (12/01/94)

Poplar Bluff Public Library (Poplar Bluff MPS), 318 N Main St., Poplar Bluff (12/01/94)

Rodgers Theatre Building, 204-224 North Broadway, Poplar Bluff (7/19/01)

South Sixth Street Historic District, 205-225-303 S 6th St., Poplar Bluff (2/12/98)

St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad Depot (Poplar Bluff MPS), 400 S Main St., Poplar Bluff (12/01/94)

St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad Depot (Poplar Bluff MPS), 303 Moran St., Poplar Bluff (12/01/94)

Wheatley Public School, 921 Garfield St., Poplar Bluff (2/13/98)

Wilborn-Steinberg Site, address restricted (11/09/72)

Williams-Gierth House (Poplar Bluff MPS), 848 Vine St., Poplar Bluff (11/06/12)

Williamson-Kennedy School, 614 Lindsay St., Poplar Bluff (2/12/98)

Wright-Dalton-Bell-Anchor Department Store Building (Poplar Bluff MPS), 201-205 S. Main, Poplar Bluff (4/12/06)

Zehe Building, 203 Poplar St., Poplar Bluff (12/01/94)

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