Ballenger Building (Historic Resources of Downtown Columbia, Missouri MPDF), 27-29 South Ninth St., Columbia (1/21/04)

Bond's Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church, MO A, 2.5 mi. NE of Hartsburg, Hartsburg vicinity (9/09/93)

Boone, John W. ("Blind"), House (Social Institutions of Columbia's Black Community TR [see note*]), 4th St. between E Broadway and Walnut, Columbia (9/04/80)

Central Dairy Building (Historic Resources of Downtown Columbia, Missouri MPDF), 1104-1106 East Broadway, Columbia (1/20/05)

Chance, Albert Bishop, House and Gardens, 319 E Sneed St., Centralia (7/03/79)

Chatol (F. Gano Chance House, Chance Guest House), 543 S Jefferson, Centralia (4/20/79)

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Building (Historic Resources of Downtown Columbia, Missouri MPDF), 10 Hitt St., Columbia (2/14/06)

Columbia Cemetery, 30 East Broadway, Columbia (2/01/07)

Columbia National Guard Armory, 701 E Ash St., Columbia (3/25/93)

Conley, Sanford F., House, 602 Sanford Pl., Columbia (12/18/73)

Douglass, Fred, School (Social Institutions of Columbia's Black Community TR  [see note*]), 310 N Providence Rd. (9/04/80)

Downtown Columbia Historic District (Historic Resources of Downtown Columbia, Missouri MPDF; map [see note]), parts of 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, E. Broadway, Cherry, Hitt, Locust, and E. Walnut Streets, Columbia (11/08/06)

Downtown Columbia Historic District (Boundary Increase) (Historic Resources of Downtown Columbia, Missouri MPDF), 1019,1020,1023 & 1025-33 E. Walnut St., Columbia (5/08/08)

East Campus Neighborhood Historic District (map [see note]), roughly bounded by Bouchelle, College, University, and High Sts., including parts of Willis, Bass, Dorsey, and Anthony Sts., Columbia (2/16/96)

Eighth Broadway Historic District [Miller Building, Matthews Hardware, Metropolitan Building], 800-810 E. Broadway Blvd., Columbia (4/22/03)

Elkins, Samuel H. and Isabel Smith, House, 315 N 10th St., Columbia (9/12/96)

First Christian Church, 101 N 10th St., Columbia (10/29/91)

Francis Quadrangle Historic District (Red Campus), bounded by Conley Ave., Elm, 6th and 9th Sts., Columbia (12/18/73)

Frederick Apartments, 1001 University Ave., Columbia (4/16/13)

Gordon, David, House and Collins Log Cabin (Gordon Manor, Fairmount, Cedar View), 2100 E Broadway, Columbia (8/29/83)

Gordon Tract Archaeological Site, address restricted (3/16/72)

Greenwood (Greenwood Heights), 3005 Mexico Gravel Rd., Columbia (1/15/79)

Guitar, David, House (Confederate Hill), 2815 Oakland Gravel Rd., Columbia (9/09/93)

Hackman, Samuel E., Building, 30 S St., Hartsburg (12/10/98)

Hamilton-Brown Shoe Factory, 1123 Wilkes Blvd., Columbia (7/19/02)

Harrisburg School - Ancient Landmark Masonic Lodge Number 356 A.F. & A.M., 140 S. Harris St., Harrisburg (12/24/13)

Hunt, William B., House, 8939 W Terrapin Hills Rd., Columbia vicinity (1/09/97)

Kress Building (Historic Resources of Downtown Columbia, Missouri MPDF), 1025 E. Broadway, Columbia (3/09/05)

Maplewood, Nifong Blvd. and Ponderosa Dr., Columbia (4/13/79)

McClain Furniture Store (Historic Resources of Downtown Columbia, Missouri MPDF), 916 E. Walnut, Columbia (8/17/05)

Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Depot, 402 E Broadway, Columbia (1/29/79)

Missouri State Teachers Association, 407 S 6th St., Columbia (9/04/80)

Missouri Theater, 201-215 S 9th St., Columbia (6/06/79)

Missouri United Methodist Church, 204 S 9th St., Columbia (9/04/80)

Mount Zion Church and Cemetery (Rural Church Architecture of Missouri, c. 1819 to c. 1945 MPDF), 11070 Mount Zion Rd., Hallsville vicinity (1/14/13)

North Ninth Street Historic District (Historic Resources of Downtown Columbia, Missouri MPDF) (map [see note]), 5-36 North Ninth St., Columbia (1/21/04)

Payne, Moses U., House, 201 N Roby Farm Rd., Rocheport vicinity (10/07/94)

Pierce Pennant Motor Hotel (Candlelight Lodge), 1406 Old Hwy. 40 W, Columbia (9/02/82)

Rocheport Historic District, MO 240, Rocheport (10/08/76)

St. Paul's A.M.E. Church (Social Institutions of Columbia's Black Community TR  [see note*]), 501 Park St. (9/04/80)

Sanborn Field and Soil Erosion Plots, University of Missouri Campus, Columbia (10/15/66; NHL 7/19/64)

Second Baptist Church (Social Institutions of Columbia's Black Community TR  [see note*]), 407 E Broadway (9/04/80)

Second Christian Church (Social Institutions of Columbia's Black Community TR  [see note*]), 401 N 5th St. (9/04/80)

Senior Hall, Stephens College Campus, Columbia (8/02/77)

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Building, 24 E. Stewart Rd., Columbia (10/20/14)

Stephens College, South Campus, 1200 E. Broadway, Columbia (11/25/05)

Taylor, John N. and Elizabeth, House, 716 West Broadway, Columbia (5/25/01)

Tiger Hotel, 23 S 8th St., Columbia (2/29/80)

Virginia Building, 111 South Ninth Street, Columbia (3/13/02)

Wabash Railroad Station and Freight House (Norfolk and Western Depot), 126 N 10th St., Columbia (10/11/79)

West Broadway Historic District, 300-922 W. Broadway (except 800, 808, 812), Columbia (4/27/10)

Wright Brothers Mule Barn, 1101-1107 Hinkson Ave. & 501-507 Fay St., Columbia (11/01/07)

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