Decisions by the Missouri Advisory Council
Regarding recent nominations to the National Register of Historic Places
138th Infantry Missouri National Guard Armory, 3660 Market St., St. Louis [Independent City] APPROVED
Executive Plaza Office Building, 720 Main St., Kansas City, Jackson County APPROVED
Hall School, 2509 Duncan St., St. Joseph, Buchanan County APPROVED
Lincoln School, 907 Wabash St., Kirksville, Adair County APPROVED
Midwest Terminal Building, 700-720 North Tucker Blvd., St. Louis [Independent City] APPROVED
Rutledge School, 142 Second St., Rutledge, Scotland County APPROVED
Sedalia Downtown Commercial Historic District (Boundary Increase I - Amendment), 112-16 S. Osage Ave., 202, 201-03, 301-05 W. Main St., 112-20 W. Second St., 101-09 W. Pacific St., 200 S. Kentucky Ave., 102 E. Fifth St., 501 W.Central St., Sedalia, Pettis County APPROVED
Stevens, Edward A., House, 3223 Gladstone Blvd., Kansas City, Jackson County APPROVED
Washington University Dental Department Building, 2647-59 Locust St., St. Louis [Independent City] APPROVED
West Bottoms - North Historic District, bounded by West 9th St., St. Louis Ave., Union Ave., from Wyoming St. to west of Mulberry St., Kansas City, Jackson County (Railroad Related Historic Commercial and Industrial Resources in Kansas City, Missouri MPDF) APPROVED
Once a nomination has been approved by the Missouri Advisory Council and any required changes made, it is submitted to the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places staff. Upon submission to NPS, a decision on whether to list the property is made within 45 days. Overall, the process of listing a property from the time the SHPO receives the nomination to the time NPS lists the property typically takes approximately 180 days provided that a complete and fully documented nomination form has been completed for the property.
For all other preoperties listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Missouri, please consult the lists arranged by counties.